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Tips for Built-in Microwave Ovens
  • 1TIPS FOR USING BUILT-IN MICROWAVE OVENS
    • A microwave oven is highly useful in terms of cooking time. With a microwave, you can cook the food 1/3 or 1/4 faster than regular ovens.
    • Microwaves are a kind of energy similar to radio and television waves. A magnetron tube in microwave ovens generates the microwave energy. Microwaves cause high frequency vibrations in food molecules. Those vibrations create the heat to cook the food.
    • Use round cookware for microwave cooking instead of oval or square ones as microwaves affect the food parts on the sides more and cause extreme cooking in the corners.
    • To prevent the oven from toppling down, you should place it 8cm away from the worktop's edge. To ensure enough air circulation, you should leave at least 30 cm clearance above and at least 10 cm clearance behind the oven.
    • Please do not use ceramic cookware containing metals (e.g. silver or gold). Always remove metal wires on food packages. Metal pieces in the oven may cause an electric arc and lead to serious damage.
    • Never start the oven when empty. This may cause damage on the oven. If you would like to test the oven, put a glass of water inside. Water will absorb microwave energy and the oven will not be damaged.
    • Never use your oven to cook or reheat unscrambled eggs, with or without shells. Before cooking potatoes, apples or similar fruits and vegetables, always poke a hole in their jacket.
    • Before starting your microwave, make sure that glass turntable plate and rotating ring are seated securely. Always use the glass turntable plate for all your cooking/heating.
    • Before starting your microwave, check if its door is properly closed. Thanks to the safety door lock, your product will not start when the door is open and it will stop when you open the door. The front door's lock systems should not be tampered with or disabled. If you disable the front door's lock systems, it may expose you to microwave energy when you operate the product with the door open.
    • Never use the oven to heat conserved food in airtight containers or carbonated drinks. Due to the pressure that may occur inside, this may cause damage or an explosion when opening the door.
    • Keep the side faces of microwave clear and open to ensure air circulation. Blocking air inlet or outlet may cause damage on the appliance or lower cooking performance. Place your microwave so to ensure regular air flow.
    • As you cannot control oil temperature, do not use your appliance to prepare fried food in oil.
    • After you have heated baby food or drink in feeding bottle, please shake the bottle and check the temperature before feeding your baby. Thus, heat will be equally distributed in the bottle, and the risk of scalding or burning will be prevented. Remove the cap and teat of baby bottle before heating.
    • Place the microwave oven at least 2 metres away from TV, radio or antenna. Otherwise, it will cause interference.
    • Use only containers which are suitable for microwaves.
    • You will get the best results when you spread the food on the plate. This can be done in many ways for good results.
    • As microwaves will be more effective on the food near outer sides, place the smallest and thinnest part of food in center when you are cooking food with parts in different shapes and thickness. Thus, you will ensure that center part will be ready in the last order.
    • The worst choice for microwave cooking is cubic cookware. In cubic cookware, the corners of food will get burnt even before the middle part is warm. Round, thin and ring-shaped food can be successfully cooked in microwave.