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  SC-1702 

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   INSTRUCTION MANUAL 

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 
•  IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS. READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR 

FUTURE REFERENCE. Incorrect operation and improper handling 
can lead to malfunction of the appliance and injuries to the user. 

•  Before connecting the appliance for the first time check that voltage 

indicated on the rating label corresponds to the mains voltage in your 
home. 

WARNING! The appliance cord plug has a grounding wire and a 

terminal. The wall outlet must be suitable and provided with proper 
grounding.

 

 

•  For home use only. Do not use for industrial purposes. Do not use 

the appliance for any other purposes than described in this 
instruction manual. 

•  Do not use outdoors. 

•  Always unplug the appliance from the power supply before cleaning 

and when not in use. 

ATTENTION! This appliance is not intended for use by persons 

(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental 
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have 
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the 
appliances by a person responsible for their safety.  

•  Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with 

the appliance. 

•  Do not leave the appliance switched on when not in use. 

•  Do not use other attachments than those supplied. 

•  Do not operate after malfunction or cord damage. 
ATTENTION! Do not operate microwave oven with damaged door or 

door sealing until the breakage will be repaired by authorized 
specialists.  

ATTENTION! To avoid microwaves leakage danger, any cover may be 

removed by authorized specialists only. 

•  Keep the cord away from sharp edges and hot surfaces. 
•  Do not pull, twist, or wrap the power cord around the appliance. 

•  Do not use the appliance for drying clothes or paper. 
ATTENTION! To prevent explosion do not process with microwaves 

any liquids or other products in hermetically closed utensils. 

•  While heating liquids with microwaves, subsequent rough boiling 

may take place, therefore it is necessary to take care while handling 
the utensils. 

•  To avoid an explosion, pierce a product, which has a dense peel, 

such as  potatoes, apples, egg yolk, chestnuts, sausage etc. 

•  To prevent fire while heating food in the microwave oven using 

utensils made of inflammable materials, such as plastic or a paper, it 
is necessary to watch the oven.

 

 

•  To prevent ignition or any malfunctions it is necessary to remember, 

that: 
–  Burning of products results from too long preparation; 
–  Remove all packing and foil before cooking; 
–  In case of fire accident do not open the oven door, switch off the 

microwave oven and unplug it. 

•  Do not switch on the oven when it is empty. Do not use the chamber 

to store anything. 

•  Microwave oven is not intended for conservation of products. 

•  Do not put products directly on the bottom of the chamber, use 

removable wire rack or non-stick flat baking tray. 

•  Always check the food temperature, especially if you are cooking for 

a child. Let the food  cool down within several minutes. 

•  Always follow recipes of cooking, but remember, that some products 

(jams, puddings, stuffing for a pie from almonds, sugar or candied 
fruit) are heating up very quickly. 

•  To prevent short circuit keep air holes of the unit free of water. 
IMPORTANT: 

•  Do not cook food directly on the glass tray. Place food in/on proper 

cooking utensil before placing in the oven. 

•  Before cooking please ensure that the cookware you are going to 

use is suitable for microwave oven. 

•  Microwave utensils should be used only in accordance with 

manufacturer’s instructions. 

•  Please remember that a microwave oven heats liquid in a container 

quicker than the container itself. Therefore, though the lid of a 
container is not hot to touch when removed from the oven, please 
remember that the food/liquid inside may be hot.

 

 

•  Preliminary remove all packing, metal strips and foil from products. 

•  Do not cook whole eggs in the microwave oven. 
•  Improper oven cleaning may result in surface wear-out that may 

influence the appliance functioning and represent danger to users.  

HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR MICROWAVE COOKWARE 
WARNING! Follow utensils’ marking and Manufacturer’s guides. 
APPLICABLE 
•  Heat-proof glassware – It is most suitable for microwave cooking. 

•  Heat-resistant plastic container – Do not use tightly closed 

containers. Cannot be used for packing or containing foods with high 
fat or sugar contents.

 

 

•  Earthenware or chinaware – Conventional utensils of these 

materials are allowed unless firmed with gold, silver or any 
decorative metallic elements. 

•  Special packing (paper, plastic, etc.) for microwave ovens. Follow 

manufacture’s guides exactly when use. 

INAPPLICABLE 
•  Film for freshment preservation and heat-resistant combustible 

plastic wares – Never apply for packing meat or frying foods. 

•  Metal wares (e.g. aluminum, stainless steel, etc.) and aluminum 

foil* – Won’t let microwaves go through and will spark or ignite 
touching the cavity wall during cooking. 

* Applicable for wrapping several parts of product to prevent 

overheating and resulting burnt. Avoid contact with interior walls, 
minimum distance must be more than2 cm. 

•  Plastics – Unfit for microwave cooking. 

•  Non-heat-proof glassware – May deform or flaw in a highly hot 

circumstance. Curved or strengthened glassware is not applicable. 

•  Lacquer ware – May flaw or peel off. 

•  Paper, bamboo or wooden ware – May be burnt while cooking. 
•  Melamine dishes – contain a material, which absorbs microwave 

energy. This may cause cracking of the dishes or char and will slow 
down the cooking speed. 

HOW TO IDENTIFY COOKWARE APPROPRIATENESS FOR 
MICROWAVE COOKING? 
•  Put the intended cookware together with a glass of water (250 ml) 

inside the oven cavity, and then switch on the oven at the maximum 
power for one minute. 

•  Suitable for microwave cookware will be as cool as ever, while the 

water will absorb the energy and become warmer. 

USEFUL TIPS 
•  For uniform heating turn over products during cooking. 
•  Do not cook in a container with a restricted opening, such as a soft 

drink bottle or salad oil bottle, as they may explode if heated in a 
microwave oven. 

•  Do not use conventional meat or candy thermometers. These are 

thermometers available specifically for microwave cooking. These 
may be used. 

BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE 
•  Check to ensure that: 

–  Power supply is valid; 
–  Timer settings are proper; 
–  Door is securely closed engaging the door safety lock system. 

RADIO INTERFERENCE 
•  Operation of the microwave oven can cause interference to your 

radio, TV or similar equipment. 

•  When there is interference, it may be reduced or eliminated by taking 

the following measures: 
–  Clean door and sealing surface of the oven; 
–  Move the microwave oven away from the receiver; 
–  Reorient the receiving antenna of radio or television. 
–  Plug the microwave oven into a different outlet so that microwave 

oven and receiver are on different branch circuits. 

INSTALLATION 
•  Make sure that all the packing materials are removed from the unit. 
•  Check the oven for any damage in transit: 

–  Misaligned or bent door and sealing; 
–  Housing and door window; 
–  Inside surfaces. 

•  If any damage occurs while using, switch off and unplug the oven 

and contact qualified service personnel. 

•  Place the microwave oven on a flat, stable surface, able to hold its 

weight with a food to be cooked in the oven. 

•  Do not place the oven where heat, moisture or high humidity are 

generated, or near flammable materials. 

•  Do not place anything on the oven. Do not block any openings on 

the appliance. 

•  For correct operation, the oven must have sufficient airflow. Allow 20 

cm free space above the oven, 10 cm back and 5 cm from both 
sides. 

MICROWAVE COOKING METHODS 
•  Do not stack food. Arrange it in a single layer only. Place thicker 

pieces closer to dish edges.

 

 

•  Watch cooking time. Cook for the shortest amount of time indicated 

and add more if needed. Food severely overcooked food may smoke 
or ignite. 

NOTECooking time may also vary depending on products shape, cut 

and arrangement. 

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