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USE & CARE MANUAL
AND COOKING GUIDE
Kenmore
MICROWAVE
OVEN
STOCK NOS. 89247
89380
89381
Read these instructions
carefully
before use,
If you follow the instructions,
your microwave
oven wil!
provide
you with many years
of good service
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety
instructions
B PRECAUTIONSTO AVOID POSSIBLEEXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVEMICROWAVE ENERGY .
inside cover
[]
Important
Safety Instructions
..............
1
Setting
up & Getting to Know Your Oven
[] Electrical Grounding
Instructions
...............
2
[] Installation
...................................
2
[] Names of Oven Parts and Accessories
.........
3
18 Control Panel and Features
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4
181 Setting Clock ............................
5
[] Child Lock-Out
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5
[] Utensils
................................
6
Operating
Instructions
[] Automatic
Popcorn
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
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7
Quick-On Cooking
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7
Automatic
Defrost by Weight ..................
8
Quick Touch Food Reheating ....................
9
Quick Touch Frozen Food Cooking
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t0
Time Cooking
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_
1
Hold Warm
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t2
Minute Timer .................................
12
Multistage
Cooking
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t2
tnstrucciones
de Operacion
(Spanish)
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]3
Care of Your Microwave
Oven
[] Questions
and Answers
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21
18 Cleaning
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22
18 Before Calling for Service
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22
Cooking
Guide
18 Cooking Techniques
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23
18 Appetizers
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24
18 Soups and Sandwiches
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25
B Vegetables
and Rice .....................
26
18 Meats, Poultry and Fish ........................
27
18 Eggs ........................................
29
18 Baked Goods and Desserts
................
30
Chart
18 Quick-On Cooking
Chart
...........................
31
B Automatic
Defrost Chart
..................
32
Sears Service ................................
33
Warranty
.......................................
33
Easy Use Chart
.....................
back cover

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  Summary of Contents for Kenmore Sears 89247

  • Page 1 USE & CARE MANUAL AND COOKING GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS Kenmore Safety instructions B PRECAUTIONSTO AVOID POSSIBLEEXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVEMICROWAVE ENERGY . inside cover Important Safety Instructions ....Setting up & Getting to Know Your Oven [] Electrical Grounding Instructions ....
  • Page 2 34.2tbs,(15.5 kg) Weight (Approx.) 34.2lbs.(15.5 kg) *According toIEC-705 testprocedures. Specifications subject tochange without n otice. KENMORE is aregistered trademark o fSears, Roebuck andCo,, The oven must be levef. o Do not cook bacon directly on the turntable, Excessive local heating of the turntable...
  • Page 3: Installation

    When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following: WARNING To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons or exposure to excessive microwave energy: 1 Read all instructions before using. Some products such as eggs in the shell, water with oil or fat, sealed containers and closed...
  • Page 4 A short power supply cord is provided to reduce This appliance must be grounded, If there is an the risk of becoming entangled in or tripping over electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for a longer cord., Longer cord sets or extension cords may be used...
  • Page 5 Remove the oven and all materials from the carton. Your oven comes ,with the following accessories: Turntable Turntable roller rest Use & Care Manual Safety interlock system Interior light Shuts off oven power if door is opened during operations, panel Door Turntable roller rest...
  • Page 6 89247 89380/89381 1I r, oooo_ ;:,,_-,= 5,5_ ] --(I) (2) -- (2)- -(1) -]t ", g ,. c,.',! _-[-- 1 I ,--i L ,.'-,_ o_J _-o2 L QulckTouch Kenrnore Quick --{3) (4) -- Touch --(5) (7)-- (7) - -(5) o;_o% ,o,co,.
  • Page 7 When your oven is plugged To set3:15 for the first time or when power resumes after a power g T,ME interruption, the numbers in the Touch TIME OF DAY, display reset to 8:00 Set the clock, Touch number keypads and 5 ,, Touch TIME OF DAY, I"...
  • Page 8: Utensils

    Utensils Remarks Small smooth pieces can be used to cover thin parts of meat Aluminum foil Shielding poultry to prevent overcooking Arcing can occur if foil is too close to oven walls Should be at least t inch (2 5 cm) away from oven walls.
  • Page 9: Quick-On Cooking

    To pop one bag of 3-5 oz (100 g) microwave popcorn: This feature lets you pop a 35 oz (100 g) prepackaged microwave popcorn quickly and easily. "_ Touch POPCORN. Display shows bag size Popcorn Popping Tips: • Microwave popcorn bag should be at room temperature.
  • Page 10 To defrost 1.2 Ib of chicken pieces: The Auto Defrost by Weight feature is an accurate defrosting method for frozen food up to 549 lb. The oven automatically AUTO Touch AUTO DEFROST., selects t lb, If food weight is more or ]ess than 1 Ib, enter the weight using the number keypads.
  • Page 11 BEVERAGE, PLATE OF FOOD, To reheat 2 cups of soup: CASSEROLE feature keypads are present on your oven control panel. These keypads allow you to reheat one to three servings of room temperature Touch BEVERAGE tiice, refrigerated, but not frozen) food s automatically Simply touch the appropriate twice...
  • Page 12 FROZEN DINNER, FROZEN To heat 11 oz (310 g) of prepackaged Frozen Dinner: ENTREE, FROZEN VEGETABLES feature keypads are present on your oven control panel,, Use these keypads to heat precooked "'FROZEN "_ Touch FROZEN DINNER twice. frozen foods, The oven automatically _Jfo determines required...
  • Page 13 This basic microwave cooking To coot{ at power level 8 for 40 seconds: method allows you to cook food for a desired time., in addition to the HI (maximum) power level, Touch TIME. you can select different microwave power from 9 levels, 1 ( 10% of total power) to 9 (90% power) for the foods that require Enter 40 seconds by touching...
  • Page 14: Hold Warm

    Hold Warm keeps food warm Touch HOLD WARM, to 100 minutes after a cooking program is completed or until the door is opened or STOP/CLEAR is pressed.. HOLD appears in the display. Set the desired cooking program You can also use Hold Warm alone without setting a cooking...
  • Page 15 INSTRUCCIONES DE OPERACION 89247 89380t89381 t oo.oooq--€ ) (2) -- (2) -- -(!) 11 '-"-'""'-' • Kenmore QuickTouch (4) -- - (3) Quick Touch (7) -- (7) -- - (5) (8) -- (8) -- -(IO) (9) -- CC]CBC -(11) 8,,,, It,,9-4...
  • Page 16 Cuando e} homo se enchufa por Para ajustar a 3:15 : primera vez o cuando la electricidad vueiva despu_s de Presione TIME OF DAY ser desconectada, los nt_meros del reloj leer_n 0:00o Ajuste el OF DAY reloj. Presione 3, 1 , y 5 presione TIME OF DAY El reloj empieza a contar, = Si el reloj (o indicaci6n}...
  • Page 17 Esta funci6n le permite c6cinar palomltas para Para cocinar botsa de microondas de 3.5 oz (100 g) : una bolsa de palomitas de maiz de 35 oz (100g) preempacadas Presione POPCORN,, para el microhondas de manera La indicacion enser_a el tama_o f_cil y r_pida.
  • Page 18 La funciOn para Descongelar Para descongetar 1..2 libra de piezas de polto: Autom_ticamente por peso es un m6todo preciso para Presione AUTO DEFROST descongelar comida congelada AUTO "_ que pesa hasta 5.9 llbras El menu selecciona autom_ticamente 1 libra° Si la comida pesa m_s o menos de una libra, programe el homo de...
  • Page 19 Botones para las funciones Para recalentar dos tazas de sopa: bebidas (BEVERAGE), platos de comida (PLATE OF FOOD), y cacerola (CASSEROLE) se Presione BEVERAGE dos veces, encuentran en e_tablero controles del homo. _uto Estos botones permiten recaientar de una a tres 2 veces porciones de comidas a la...
  • Page 20 Los botones FROZEN DINNER Para calentar una comida congelada de 11 oz (310 g): (cena congelada), FROZEN ENTREE (plato cengelado), FROZEN VEGETABLES FROZE Presione FROZEN DINNER dos ..... (vegetales congelados} est_fn colocados en el tablero de controles en el homo de 2 veces microondas_ Utilize estos...
  • Page 21 Este metodo bofisico para cocinar Para cocinar en el nivel 8 por 40 segundos: con el homo de microondas permite cocinar la comida por el tiempo deseado. Aparte del nlvel Optima TIME ("TIME") de potencia m_xima, Ht POWER se puede seleccionar de 9 niveles de poder, I (10 % de fa potencia total) hasta 9 (90% de...
  • Page 22 Hold Warm mantiene la comlda Oprima HOLD WARM, caliente hasta por 100 minutos despu_s de que un programa de cocinar se haya completado o hasta que la puerta se abra, o STOP/CLEAR Programe el programa para se optima. HOLD aparecer_ en la cocinar deseado.
  • Page 23: Cleaning

    OPERATION FOODS Q_ What is wrong when the oven light does not Qo What is wrong when baked foods have a hard, glow? dry brown spot? Ao There may be several reasons why the oven A. This is caused by overcooking. Shorten light does not glow.
  • Page 24 The turntable may be cfeaned at the sink Be Wipe the oven inside and outside with a soft cloth careful not to chip or scratch the edges as this and a mild detergent solution, Then rinse and wipe may cause the turntable to break during use°...
  • Page 25 Microwave Cooking Techniques Advantages of microwave cooking are speed and efficiency. For warming, heating, Arranging:Arrange foods in a circular pattern, when possible. defrosting, nothing compares. There are a few Piercing: Pierce the membrane of foods such tips that will make microwaving easier and more enjoyable.
  • Page 26: Appetizers

    CONVERTING RECIPES • Cover appetizers or dips only when called for Most hot appetizers adapt welI to microwave by a recipe. Use casserole lids, wax paper, cooking, the exception being those wrapped in plastic wrap, or paper towel.. pastry. Pastry requires the hot environment the conventional oven to become crisp_ •...
  • Page 27 A large variety of sandwich combinations , Thinly sliced meat heats better than thickly be made in your microwave oven. Because sliced meat. The slower-cooking thick slices often cause the bread to overcook before the sandwiches heat quickly, be careful not to meat is hoL overcook them --the...
  • Page 28 Frozen Vegetables Fresh Vegetables Remove frozen vegetables from package Spread out cut vegetables in a shallow microwave-safe dish Add water (10 oz / 280 g) and place them in a microwave-safe casserole. recommended in chart, Add salt to water or salt after cooking.
  • Page 29: Meats, Poultry And Fish

    PREPARATION CHECKING DONENESS Beef: The color inside meat indicates Use a microwave-safe baking dish, casserole, etc. to cook meat, poultry and fish,, doneness,, Rare roast should be red inside., Frozen meat, poultry and fish should Medium is pink and gray indicates well done completely thawed.
  • Page 30 Power Approx, Stand Food Special Notes Cook ng Tim e T me Pork Chops, ioin 1,,_ inch (1 cm) Place in a shallow dish Cover thick, 7 ez (200 g) each loosely with wax paper. Turn 11iz - 2 min 2 min, over at halfway through 31/,2- 41/2 min...
  • Page 31 Approx. Food Stand Time Special Notes Power Cooking Time Pou itry Place breast-side down on a Chickens, whole, roasting rack in a dish Cover upto 4 fb (18 kg) witl 0lastic wrap or wax 5 - 8 rain 10 min, 1 Ib (450 g) Cornish hens paper...
  • Page 32 Converting Recipes When adapting quick bread recipes, you will When using a mix where leavening cannot be find it necessary to reduce the amount of reduced, a!lowthe dough to stand about 10 minutes before cooking in order for some of leavening (baking powder or soda) by about one-quarter the normal amount.
  • Page 33 Item Amount Time Special Notes Beverage Heat uncovered Water-based 1 cup (250 mL) 1 - 2 rain 2 cups (500 mL) 2 - 3 min Stir after heating Milk-based 1 cup (250 mL) 1 - 2 min. 2 cups (500 mL) 2 - 3 min.
  • Page 34 ° Use a microwave-safe roasting rack to hold small o Set Auto Defrost by Weight according to items, such as chicken pieces, fish, shrimp instructions on page 8_ scallops.. • Remove food from wrapper and place in a o Large roasts should be still icy in center+ Allow to microwave-safe dish+...
  • Page 35: Sears Service

    OVEN FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON MICROWAVE OVEN FOR ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE, IF THIS KENMORE MICROWAVE OVEN FALLS DUE TO A DEFECT tN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP, SEARS WILL REPAIR IT, FREE OF CHARGE FULL FIVE YEAR WARRANTY...
  • Page 36 1. Touch TIME. 1. Touch (Hi-power only) BEVERAGE, 2.Touch numbers cooking 1, Touch QUICK ON time, PLATE OF FOOD or 2, Touch number (1-9) for cooking 3. Touch POWER LEVEL. CASSEROLE time (minutes) 1-3 times until desired serving 4o Touch number (1-9) for power number appears_ level,...

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