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User manual Microwave Oven for GE PVM1899SJC
Table of contents
- Safety Instructions
- Operating Instructions
- Oven Features
- Time Features
- Defrost Features
- Menu Features
- Sensor Features
- More modes Features
- Power Levels
- Other Features
- Care and Cleaning
- Replacing the Light Bulb
- Exhaust Features
- Troubleshooting Tips
- Before you call for service
- Consumer Support
- Optional Kits
- Product Registration
- Consumer Support
Allows you to set the clock in 12 hour mode.
- Press CLOCK.
- Press the number keys to set the current time.
- Press START or Clock to confirm the clock.
This will allow you to set the temperature from200°F to 450°F.
- Press CONVECTION.
- Press the number keys to set the temperature.
- Press START to confirm the setting.
Changing the Power Level
The power level may be entered or changed before or during cooking. Power Level is set for Level 10 (High) unless it is changed.
- Press the number keys to set the cooking time.
- Press POWER LEVEL to adjust the power level.
- Press START.
- Press LIGHT once for high light, twice for low light or a third time to turn the light off.
- Note: If the microwave is working and the vent fan is on Boost speed, the surface lights will be turned to low light automatically.
Things That Are Normal With Your Microwave Oven
- Moisture on the oven door and walls while cooking. Wipe the moisture off with a paper towel or soft cloth.
- Moisture between the oven door panels when cooking certain foods. Moisture should dissipate shortly after cooking is finished.
- Steam or vapor escaping from around the door.
- Light reflection around door or outer case.
- Dimming oven light and change in the blower sound at power levels other than high.
- Noises while oven is operating.
- TV-radio interference might be noticed while using the microwave. Similar to the interference caused by other small appliances, it does not indicate a problem with the microwave. Plug the microwave into a different electrical circuit, move the radio or TV as far away from the microwave as possible or check the position and signal of the TV/radio antenna.
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