User manual CLATRONIC MW 771
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Pay careful attention to the following “Special Safety Instructions“. •
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Children and Frail Individuals • In order to ensure your children‘s safety, please keep all packaging (plastic bags, boxes, polystyrene etc. Do not allow small children to play with the foil as there is a danger of suffocation!In order to protect children or frail individuals from the hazards of electrical equipment, please ensure that this device is only used under supervision. [. . . ] • • Do not heat cushions or pillows ﬁlled with grains, cherry pits or gel in the microwave oven. Warning: When the door or the door seals are damaged, the microwave oven must not be used until it has been repaired by a qualiﬁed specialist. Warning: Please do not repair the device yourself, but have it repaired by an authorised specialist. Carrying out maintenance or repair work which involves removal of the cover that protects the surroundings from microwave radiation is dangerous unless carried out by an expert. It is intended exclusively for this purpose and may only be used as such. It may only be used in the manner described in these instructions for use. 2008 11:05:44 Uhr
Any other use of this device is considered to be contrary to the intended use and may result in damage to materials or even personal injury. The ﬁrm Clatronic International GmbH does not accept any liability for damage caused as a result of the use of this device contrary to its intended use. Using the Device
What you should know about microwave operation • • • • • • • • Your device works with microwave radiation, which heats up water particles in food in a very short time. In order to interrupt the cooking process, turned the timer to „0“. It is used mainly for: • • • • defrosting deep-frozen food rapid warming/heating of food or drinks cooking meals
Suitable Microwave Tableware
• • • • The ideal material for use in a microwave is transparent and allows the microwave radiation to heat the food evenly. Microwaves are not able to penetrate metal, so that no metal vessels or plates should be used. Do not use any paper dishes made of recycled material as these may contain small amounts of metal, which may result in sparks or ﬁres. Round/oval dishes and plates are more suitable than rectangular ones as the food in the corners may overcook. The list below is intended to help you select suitable microwave tableware: Material Heat-resistant glass vessel Non-heat-resistant glass vessel Heat-resistant ceramic vessel/plate Plastic vessels suitable for microwave use Kitchen roll Metal tray Aluminium foil and foil containers Suitable for microwave yes no yes yes yes no no
Please do not use any plastic or paper tableware. (For safety reasons the oven only operates when the door is tightly closed. Adjust the microwave power as required: Labelling LOW Value Power Microwave Field of Application in %* 18 36 58 81 100 Melting cheese etc. Symbol
• After removing all the accessories from inside the oven, unpack them and place the sliding ring in the middle. Position the glass plate on the drive axle in such a way that it locks into the dents of the drive shafts and is lying ﬂat. Check the device for any visible damage, particularly in the area of the door. In order to avoid interference to other machines when the microwave oven is operated, do not place it in the direct vicinity of other electronic devices. Insert the mains plug into a properly installed 230 V, 50 Hz power socket. [. . . ] This will contribute to the recycling and other forms of reutilisation of electrical and electronic equipment. Information concerning where the equipment can be disposed of can be obtained from your local authority. External Walls • • The external walls of the microwave should only be cleaned with a damp cloth. Please ensure that no water enters the openings in the housing and therefore inside the device. [. . . ]
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