Bedienungsanleitung Panasonic NE-12523 Microwave Oven

Bedienungsanleitung für das Gerät Panasonic NE-12523 Microwave Oven

Bedienungsanleitung Panasonic NE-12523 Microwave Oven

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Operating InstructionsCommercial Microwave OvensModels No.NE-12521 / NE-12523 / NE-17521 / NE-17523 /NE-17723 / NE-21521 / NE-21523*Model No. NE-17723Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and savethis manual for future use.Before Calling for Service:If failure code “F” appears in the display, unplug oven and wait for5 seconds before reconnecting. If normal operation does not resume,call the service agent with the information of failure code.

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ContentspagePRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVEMICROWAVE ENERGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Installation and GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Caution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PRECAUTIONSTO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURETO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY(c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It isparticularly important that the oven door closeproperly and that there is no damage to the :(1) door (bent)(2) hinges and latches (broken or loose)(3) door seals and sealing surfaces.(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repairedby anyone except properly qualified servicepersonnel.(a) Do not attempt to operate this oven with thedoor open since open-door operation can resultin har

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Installation and GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONSPlacement of the OvenLocate the oven on a smooth, flat and stable surface.There should be no gap between the table surface andthe bottom of the oven. Do not place the oven in a hotor damp area, ie. near a stove, sink or directly aboveheat lamps on a serving line. Free airflow around theoven is important. There is a possibility of a smallamount of interference with weak broadcast signals ifthe microwave oven is too close to a radio or TV.Grounding Instructio

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ATTENTIONPLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAUTIONS BEFORE USING THIS MICROWAVE OVENFailure to follow these instructions and properly maintain this unit may lead to premature failure of the Microwaveand may void the warranty.Please read the following guidelines along with the included owner’s manual prior to operating this unit.s 5 NITMUSTBEPLACEDINANOPENAREA MAKINGCERTAINTHATTHEREISADEQUATECLEARANCEANDVENTILATIONINTHEBACKand front of the unit.s & ILTERSMUSTBECLEANEDANDREI

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Self Diagnostics Failure Code ExplanationThis oven monitors its operation and displays a Failure Code in Digital Display Window when a problem occurs.What to do when a Failure Code appears:When “F” is displayed, remove the plug, wait 5 seconds, and reinsert.If “F” is displayed again, call the service agent.Note: Not all codes displayed in the Digital Display Window indicate a failure.If a “U” Appears In The DisplayA fault will also show as a Failure Code in the display window (

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Power Source Voltage AdjustmentModels No. NE-17521/NE-17523/NE-17723/NE-21521/NE-21523The microwave automatically detects 208 V and 230 V–240 V. Insert the plug, and if the Digital Display Windowgoes blank 10 seconds after use, unplug and insert the plug again.How Does The Microwave Work?Microwaves are a form of high frequency radio wavessimilar to those used by a radio including AM, FM, andCB. They are, however, much shorter than radio waves.Electricity is converted into microwave energy by t

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Outline Diagram(2) (3) (4) (5)(6)(1)(7)(8)(9)(12)(13)(10)(11)(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)Digital Display Window (see below)Program padShift (A/B/C) padPower Level Selector padDouble Quantity padTriple Quantity pads.UMBER-EMORYPADSsTime inputABCD(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)Stop/Reset padStart padDoor HandleAir FilterSD Memory Card Cover*Splatter Shield (top of inner cavity)A – Program DisplayB – Heating Time Display (“min. sec.” or “hour min.”)#ns-EMORYPAD.UMBER$ISPLAYs(EATING3TAGE)N

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SD Memory Card*Model No. NE-17723 only (An SD Memory Card is included in the unit purchased.)s ! N3$-EMORY#ARDISINCLUDEDINTHEUNITPURCHASED)TALLOWSYOUTOSTOREUPTO-EMORY0ROGRAMMES inthe oven.s 5SETHECARDWHENSTORINGORRECALLING-EMORY0ROGRAMMESHow to insert / remove the SD Memory Card*Before you insert / remove an SD Memory Card, always disconnect the oven from the power supply.If this is not possible, the display window should be blank, otherwise, the data on the

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How to OperatePOWER LEVEL SELECTOR PADEach time the pad is pressed, the Power Level switches as the illustration below.P10P9P8P7P6P5P4P3P2P1P0PU1PU2PL1PL2P10HIGHMEDIUMHIGHMEDIUMagain.P10: Models No. NE-12521 / NE-12523 (1200 W), NE-17521 / NE-17523 / NE-17723 (1700 W),NE-21521 / NE-21523 (2100 W)P9:95 %P8:85 %P7:75 %P6:65 %P5:55 %P4:45 %LOWP3:35 %P2:25 %*DEFROSTP1:340 W—P0:0%HEAT FROMTOP DOWNPU1:50 %PU2:25 %HEAT FROMBOTTOM UPPL1:50 %PL2:25 %*: “LOW (P2)” for Model No. NE-12521 / NE-12523 i

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How to OperateA. MANUAL HEATING — 2 to 5 stage heating —Example: To cook food at HIGH power for 2 minutes and at LOW power for 1 minutePADINSTRUCTIONDIGITAL DISPLAY WINDOWFollow steps 1 to 3 on page 10.4Press Power Level Selector pad. Each time the pad is pressed, the Power Level switches as the PowerLevel Selector pad illustration on page 10.The selected power level will be indicated and 2nd Stage HeatingIndicator “2” will start to blink.5Press Number/Memory pads “1”, “0” and

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How to OperatePROGRAM MEMORYModel No. NE-17723 (1300 memory): 1 digit input = 0 to 9, 2 digit input = 00 to 99, 3 digit input = 000 to 999 and A00 to C99Other models (30 memory):A0 to C9 *For only A0 through A9 settings, you do not need to press Shift (A/B/C) pad.To change the number of memory digits:1. Press “Start” + “0” while the door is open.2. Press the number of digits you want to set. (1 digit=1, 2 digits=2, 3 digits=3)3. Press “Prog”.Note: The Digital Display Window illustrat

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How to OperatePAD3INSTRUCTIONPress Shift (A/B/C) pad, Number/Memory pads “1” and “5”. The selected pad number will appear and currently programmedinformation will be indicated.4Press Power Level Selector pad. Each time the pad is pressed, the Power Level switches as in thePower Level Selector pad illustration on page 10. The selected powerlevel will be indicated, 1st Stage Heating Indicator “1” will start to blink.5Press Number/Memory pads “1”, “0” and “0”. The s

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How to OperateD. PROGRAMMING DOUBLE OR TRIPLE QUANTITY PADTHE OVEN CAN NOT BE PROGRAMMED WHEN PROGRAM LOCK IS ACTIVATED! (See pages 14-15)Example: To program 1.5 times of heating time for double quantity into Number/Memory pads “1” and“5” at A sidePADINSTRUCTION1Open the door and leave it open. The oven lamp will turn on, and “0” will appear.2Press Prog pad. “PROG” will start to blink.3Press Shift (A/B/C) pad, Number/Memory pads “1” and “5”. The selected pad numb

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How to Operate 4O2ELEASE0ROGRAM,OCKPADINSTRUCTION1Open the door and leave it open. The oven lamp will turn on, and “0” will appear.2While pressing Start pad, press Prog pad until “PROG” and “P”appear. (more than 2 seconds) “PROG” and “P” will appear.3 seconds later, “0” will appear.DIGITAL DISPLAY WINDOWIn Program Unlock mode:s /VENREVERTSTOATWOPRESSOPERATINGMODE.UMBER-EMORYPAD 3TARTPAD s 2EPEATANDINTERRUPTFEATUREAREOPERATIONALs .UMBER

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How to OperatePAD5INSTRUCTIONDIGITAL DISPLAY WINDOWWithin 3 seconds after pressing Prog pad at step 4, press Start pad. “PROG” will start to blink.The display changes to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd each time the Start pad ispressed and the settings change.*The length of beep tone at the end of heating cycle1st : 3 beeps2nd : short beeps for 60 seconds3rd :“Beep” sounds for 5 seconds, and then 3 beeps sound 30 secondslater and again 60 seconds later.(Buzzer reminder functions to prevent food for

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How to OperateG. PROGRAM LISTPADINSTRUCTION1Open the door and leave it open. The oven lamp will turn on and “0” will appear.2While pressing Start pad, press Number/Memory pad “1”. All currently programmed information (the program set into eachNumber/Memory pad (000 to 999), Beep Tone, Program Lock, OvenLamp settings when the door is open, Oven Lamp blink settings at theend of heating cycle and Oven Lamp reduction settings during cookinginformation) will continuously appear.Note: Wh

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How to OperateH. CYCLE COUNTER 4ODISPLAYALLCOOKINGTIMESEVERUSEDPADINSTRUCTION1Open the door and leave it open. The oven lamp will turn on and “0” will appear.2While pressing Start pad, press Number/Memory pad “3”. All the cooking times that were ever used appear.DIGITAL DISPLAY WINDOWe.g. 4ODISPLAYTHECUMULATIVENUMBEROFTIMESTHEOVENWASUSEDPADINSTRUCTION1Open the door and leave it open. The oven lamp will turn on and “0” will appear.2While pressing Sta

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How to OperateExample: To display the filter cleaning alarm counterPADINSTRUCTION1Open the door and leave it open. The oven lamp will turn on, and “0” will appear.2While pressing Start pad, press Number/Memory pad “5”. The cumulative total cooking time starts over and displayed after it iscleared.DIGITAL DISPLAY WINDOWe.g.s SECONDSLATER hvWILLAPPEARJ. OVEN LAMPTHE OVEN CAN NOT BE PROGRAMMED WHEN PROGRAM LOCK IS ACTIVATED! (See pages 14-15) /VEN,AMPSETTINGSWHENTHED

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How to Operate /VEN,AMPBLINKSATTHEENDOFHEATINGCYCLEExample: To turn the blinking Oven Lamp ON at the end of heating cyclePADINSTRUCTION5Within 3 seconds after pressing Prog pad at step 4, press Start pad. “PROG” will start to blink.The previously set Oven Lamp blink settings are displayed.6Press Start pad. “oFF” “on” “oFF” is repeated each time the pad is pressed.7Press Prog pad. “PROG” will stop blinking, and the Oven Lamp blink settings will appearfor

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