20 Litre Stainless Steel Microwave With Grill

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ContentsUnpacking. 4Getting Ready . 5Introducing Microwave Cooking. 6Cooking with a Microwave. 6Checking your cooking utensils. 7Using Aluminium Foil in Your Microwave. 7Microwave Heating Categories. 8Steam. 9Condensation. 9Product Overview. 10The Main Unit.10The Control Panel.10Checking Your Microwave. 11Clock Setting. 12Setting the Child Lock. 13Microwave Cooking. 14Grill or Combination Cooking. 15Two-Stage Cooking. 17Delay Start Cooking (Programme Set in Advance). 18Auto Cooking. 19Auto Menu.19Auto Menu Table.20Defrosting. 21Defrost by Weight.21Defrost by Time.21Quick Start Cooking. 22Querying the Cooking Function. 23To find out the current cooking setting.23To find out the preset time.23Cleaning Your Microwave. 24Frequently Asked Questions. 25Specification. 26Safety Warnings. 27

Thank you for purchasing your new Logik Microwave.These operating instructions will help you use it properly and safely.We recommend that you spend some time reading this instruction manual in orderthat you fully understand all the operational features it offers.Read all the safety instructions carefully before use and keep this instruction manualfor future reference.UnpackingRemove all packaging from the unit. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it please do so according tolocal regulations.The following items are included:Micro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/ClearStart/ 30Sec./ConfirmenuTimigh t AutoMeWeThe Main UnitGlass Turntable Plate x 1P.N.: 262100500004Grill Rack x 1P.N.: 251511701721Turntable Support x 1P.N.: 262200200018If items are missing, or damaged please contact Partmaster (UK only).Tel: 0844 800 3456 for assistance.4Instruction Manual x 1P.N.: 261800307210

Getting ReadyThis microwave is designed for home use. It should not be used for commercial catering.1. After unpacking your microwave, check that it has not been damaged whilst in the box. Make surethere are no dents, and the door closes properly. A damaged microwave could allow microwave energyto escape. Make sure that you have taken out all of the packaging from the inside of the microwave.Please dispose of the plastic wrappings/ bags safely and keep out of the reach of babies and me DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/Clear10cmStart/ 30Sec./Confirmigh t AutoenuTimeWeM2. Choose a flat work surface for your microwaveaway from heat sources such as radiators orfires and away from cold areas. You shouldallow a 10cm space all around the microwaveand 30cm above so that warm air canescape from the vents during cooking – Thismicrowave is not designed to be built in.3. Plug your microwave into a standardhousehold electrical socket. Avoid using asocket that also has an adaptor and otherequipment plugged in. Do not use a multiadaptor.4. Put the turntable support inside themicrowave and place the glass turntable plateon top of the support. The turntable supportis shaped to sit securely on the spindle. Youmust always use the turntable plate andsupport whenever you use the microwave.Micro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/ClearStart/ 30Sec./ConfirmenuTi mei gh t A ut oWeM5. To protect your work surface, we recommendthat you fix some non-slip cushion buttons(not included) to the underside of themicrowave.Remove the turntable plate andturntable support before turning themicrowave upside down.Underside View5

Introducing Microwave CookingAlways remember the basic safeguards you would follow when using any cooking equipment or handlinghot food.This page gives some of the basic guidelines for microwave cooking. If you are unfamiliar with using amicrowave, there is more information at the back of this instruction booklet.Cooking with a Microwave6 Cooking with a microwave is much faster than conventional cooking and, whilst you should make surethat food is fully cooked, you should be careful not to overcook it. Microwave energy can heat unevenly so stirring to distribute heat is very important. Always stir fromthe outside, inwards. If you are cooking a number of individual foods at the same time, such as baked potatoes or smallcakes, arrange them evenly on the turntable plate so that they cook evenly. Never stack food in yourmicrowave. Turn larger foods such as meat roasts and poultry during cooking so that the top and bottom cookevenly. It is also recommended to turn pieces of meat or poultry, especially if they have not beendeboned. Meat and poultry which is cooked for 15 minutes or more will brown lightly in it’s own fat. Anythingcooked for a shorter time can be brushed with a browning sauce to give an appetising colour. Strips of aluminium foil can be used to cover the thinner pieces of food to stop them overcookingbefore the thicker parts of the food have had a chance to cook. Use the aluminium foil sparingly andwrap around the food or container carefully to stop it touching the inside of the microwave whichcould cause sparks. Microwaves cook food using microwave energy that is similar to naturally occurring radio waves.Normally, these “waves” would fade as they disappeared into the atmosphere but in a microwave theyare concentrated onto food causing it to heat up. Microwave energy can not pass through metal – so it can not escape from inside your microwave –but it can pass through materials like glass, porcelain, plastic,and paper. These are the things used to make microwave-safecooking equipment. Microwave - safe cooking equipment will still get hot as the foodit contains heats up. The microwave energy focuses on the moisture in the foodcausing lots of tiny vibrations. The vibrations get so great thatthe moisture – and the food – heat up.

Checking your cooking utensilsMost heat-resistant, non-metallic cooking utensils are safe to use in your microwave. If you are not sure youcan use a utensil in your microwave, follow this simple test:1. Put the utensil into the microwave next to a cup of water – use a cup that you know is microwave safe.Close the door.2. Turn the microwave on for 30 seconds only.3. After 30 seconds, carefully check to see if the water has warmed up. If the water has not warmed upbut the utensil has, the utensil is not microwave safe and should not be used in the microwave.4. Do not use your hands to touch the utensil as it may already be hot. Never use equipment made of metal, except aluminium foil in your microwave. The microwave energy can not pass through the metal so it bounces off and sparks against theinside of the microwave. Stop the microwave straight away if any equipment does cause sparks. Remember that some crockery has a metal trim around the edge. Even this trim can causesparks. Never use scratched, cracked or damaged glass in a microwave. Damaged glass can explode.Using Aluminium Foil in Your MicrowaveIt is safe to use aluminium foil in your microwave as long as you follow these safety guidelines.As with all metals, microwave energy cannot pass through aluminium foil, but provided you keep thealuminium foil away from the side of the microwave it will not cause sparks and there will not be anydamage to your microwave.Using aluminium foil is a good way of shielding parts of food that you do not want to cook as quickly asothers – perhaps where the food is narrower and would otherwise overcook.Place the aluminium foil over the area you want to shield, taking care that the aluminium foil will not touchthe sides of the microwave when the turntable plate rotates. Only use one piece of aluminium foil at a timeso that you do not get sparks between the separate pieces.Follow these guidelines when using aluminium foil in your microwave: Remove aluminium foil lids from containers before using in the microwave. Some lids are made of cardwith a aluminium foil covering – these should be removed too. Use a microwave safe transparent lid ifpossible. Stir food during cooking if the container has a lid or film cover. Always use the glass turntable plate. Use shallow containers with a large surface area. Do not use containers that are more than 1.25in(3.5cm) deep. Use gloves when handling hot aluminium foil containers. Do not completely cover food with aluminium foil. The microwave energy cannot pass through thealuminium foil so the food will not cook. Do not let aluminium foil touch the inside of the microwave. Do not use more than one piece of aluminium foil in the microwave at the same time.7

Microwave Heating CategoriesYour microwave has been tested and labelled to meet the government’s voluntary agreement on thereheating of pre-cooked food.The heating characteristics and output power levels of microwaves are usually calculated using a relativelylarge portion of food (a 1000 gram load, IEC 705) but many packs of pre-cooked food are sold in smallerpacks, often about 350 grams.The government, in partnership with food companies and microwave manufacturers, have set up a systemof heating categories to help you choose the reheating time for pre-cooked food.800W is the output power of the microwave.800WETo Microwave:To Microwave from frozen: outer packaging.Pierce film lid SEVERAL TIMES.Place on a microwaveable plate.Heat on full power.Turn halfway through heating.HeatingCategoryFull power (inminutes)Remove outer packaging.Pierce film lid SEVERAL TIMES.Place on a microwaveable plate.Heat on full power.Turn halfway through heating.Wattage(IEC705)BD650W750W2222Turn8E is the heating category for your microwave.Check the cooking times for category E on the food’spackaging to see how long it should be cooked for.Please see the below example for reference.TurnTurnHeatingCategoryFull power (inminutes)BD650W750W32.532.5TurnFull power(in minutes)21.521.5Standing time(in minutes)1111Wattage(IEC705)TurnTurnFull power(in minutes)43.543.5Standing time(in minutes)1111

SteamWhen you microwave food, steam is created as water in the food heats up and evaporates.The steam formed during microwave cooking is entirely safe. It has to escape from the microwave toprevent pressure from building up inside the microwave. It does this through the vents on the back of themicrowave and from around the door.CondensationWeight/Time DefrostStop/ClearStart/ 30Sec./Confirmeigh t AutoWeMenuYour microwave is designed to let steam escape from thevents and around the door without microwave energyescaping. There is no danger of microwave energyescaping with the steam.Micro./Grill/Combi.Clock/Pre-SetTimAs the steam cools, you may find that condensationgathers in small pools inside your microwave and on thework surface beneath the door and vents. Always drythe microwave after cooking foods with a high moisturecontent.9

Product OverviewThe Main UnitControl PanelMicro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/ClearStart/ 30Sec./ConfirmenuTimGrill RackFor use when grilling,convection, combination orauto cooking.igh t AutoMeWeDoor HandleThe Control PanelLED DisplayShows the clock, cookingtime and setting.Micro./Grill/Combi. ButtonUse this button to selectthe microwave, grill andcombination function.Weight/Time Defrost ButtonUse this button to defrost foodby weight or time.Micro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/ClearClock/Pre-Set ButtonUse this button to set theclock and preset cookingtime.Start/ 30Sec./ConfirmuTimen10igh t AutoMeWeStart/ 30Sec./ConfirmButtonUse this button to quickstart cooking of 30 seconds,increase cooking time by 30seconds (by each press), orconfirm cooking settings.Stop/Clear ButtonUse this button to stopcooking and cancel cookingsettings.Time/Weight/Auto MenuDialUse this dial to set time andfood weight or to choose theauto menu programmes.

Checking your MicrowaveCheck your microwave after unpacking.For your safety, the microwavestops if the door is opened duringcooking. Close the door and press theStart/ 30Sec./Confirm button tocontinue the cooking cycle.Micro./Grill/Combi.Clock/Pre-SWeight/Time DefrostetStop/ClearStart/ 30Sec./ConfirmenuTi mei gh t A ut oWeM1. Pull the handle to open the door.2. Place a cup of water on the glass turntableplate. Make sure the cup is microwave safe (itshould not have any decorative metal trim).3. Close the door.4. Press the Stop/Clear button to clear anysettings that have already been made.5. Press the Start/ 30Sec./Confirm button tostart a simple 30-second microwave cookingcycle. This allows you to check the operationof the microwave.Micro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/Clear4, 66. When the cooking cycle has finished, thewater should be hot (be careful when you takethe cup out of the microwave).Press the Stop/Clear button to clear anysettings.Start/ 30Sec./Confirm5enuTimigh t AutoMeWe11

Clock SettingWhen the microwave is connected to the mains power, the LED display will show ”0:00” and the microwavewill sound once. Please ensure that you have set the clock prior to use.Please follow the steps below to set the clock.1. Press the Clock/Pre-Set button and the hourdigits will flash.2. Turn the Time/Weight/Auto Menu dial toadjust the hour digits. The input time has tobe within 0-23.3. Press the Clock/Pre-Set button and theminute digits will flash.Stop/Clear1, 3,5Start/ 30Sec./ConfirmWeigh t Autoenu12Clock/Pre-SetM This is a 24-hour clock. When themicrowave is connected to the mainspower for the first time or whenthe power is resumed after a powerinterruption, the LED display will show”0:00”. To re-set the clock, simply followthe above 5 steps. In the process of clock setting, if theStop/Clear button is pressed or if thereis no operation within 1 minute, themicrowave will go back to the previousstatus automatically. If the clock needs to be reset, pleaserepeat steps 1 to 5. To find out the current time while themicrowave is operating, press the Clock/Pre-Set button. It will last for 2-3 secondsand then return to its original display.Weight/Time Defroste5. Press the Clock/Pre-Set button again tocomplete the clock setting.“:” will start flashing and the time willilluminate to confirm that the clock setting iscomplete.Micro./Grill/Combi.Tim4. Turn the Time/Weight/Auto Menu dial toadjust the minute digits. The input time has tobe within 0-59.2, 4

Setting the Child LockThis feature prevents the electronic operation of the microwave by locking the operation of the controlpanel until you have cancelled it.Please follow the steps below to set the child lock.1. Press the Stop/Clear button for 5 seconds anda long tone will sound. The LED display willshowto indicate that the microwavehas set the child lock.2. To release the child lock, press the Stop/Clearbutton again for 5 seconds and a long tonewill sound to indicate that the microwave hasreleased the child lock.Micro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/Clear1, 2Start/ 30Sec./ConfirmenuTimigh t AutoMeWe13

Microwave CookingFor simple Microwave Cooking, follow the steps below.For instance, if you want to use 80% microwave power to cook for 20 minutes.1. Press the Micro./Grill/Combi. button onceand the LED display will show ”P100”. Pressthe Micro./Grill/Combi. button repeatedlyuntil the LED display shows ”P80”.Alternatively, after you press theMicro./Grill/Combi. button once, youcan turn the Time/Weight/Auto Menudial until the LED display shows “P80“.Micro./Grill/Combi.Weight/Time DefrostClock/Pre-SetStop/Clear2. Press the Start/ 30Sec./Confirm button toconfirm the microwave power level.3. Turn the Time/Weight/Auto Menu dialclockwise to adjust the cooking time until theLED display shows “20:00“.15Start/ 30Sec./Confirm4. Press the Start/ 30Sec./Confirm button toconfirm and start cooking.LEDDisplayMicrowave Power1P100100%2P8080%3P5050%4P3030%5P1010% When removing food from themicrowave, please ensure that themicrowave has stopped. Operating the microwave withoutfood in it can result in overheatingand damage the magnetron.14eTimuPressOrderigh t AutoenMicro

Microwave energy can not pass through metal – so it can not escape from inside your microwave – but it can pass through materials like glass, porcelain, plastic, and paper. These are the things used to make microwave-safe cooking equipment. Microwave - safe cooking equipment will still get hot as the food it contains heats up.

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