Before you begin operating the oven, carefully read the following instructions.
Empty the microwave oven and clean inside
it with a soft, damp cloth. Check for damage
such as a door that isn't lined up correctly,
damage around the door, or dents inside the
oven or on the exterior. If there is any damage,
do not operate the oven until a designated
service technician has checked it and made any
2. Put the oven on a cart, counter, table, or shelf that
is strong enough to hold the oven and the food
and cookware you put in it. (The control side of
the unit is the heavy side. Use care when
handling the oven.) The microwave oven should
be at a temperature above 50°F for proper
NOTE: You can build your microwave oven into a
wall or cabinet by using one of the trim kits listed
in "Built-in kits" in the "Getting to Know" section.
Do not install the oven next to or over a heat
source without a UL approved trim kit.
Doing so can result in death, fire,
or electrical shock.
NOTE: Do not block the exhaust vents or rear air
intake openings. Allow a few inches of space at the
back of the oven where the intake openings are
located. Blocking the air intake openings and
exhaust vents could cause damage to the oven and
poor cooking results. Make sure the microwave
oven legs are in place to ensure proper airflow. If
vents are blocked, a sensitive thermal safety device
automatically turns the oven off. The oven will not
work until it has cooled enough.