Danby DMW162BL-OTR User Manual

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OWNER’S MANUAL
CAUTION:
Read and Follow All Safety Rules and
Operating Instructions Before First
Use of This Product.
Microwave Oven
Owners Manual
Danby Products Limited, Guelph, Ontario Canada N1H 6Z9
Danby Products Inc., Findlay, Ohio USA 45840
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04/04
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DMW162W-OTR
DMW162BL-OTR
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Microwave Oven

1234567890CompuCookPower LevelMinutePlusCompuDefrostKitchen TimerClockTurntableOn / OffStopClearStartTouch OnLightHi/LoFanHi/LoOWNER’S MANUALCAUTION:R

Page 2

9THE VENT FANTake care to prevent the startingand spreading of accidental cook-ing fires while the vent fan is inuse.• Clean the underside of themicro

Page 3

GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS/OPTIONAL KITS10IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONGROUNDING INSTRUCTIONSOPTIONAL KITSWARNING Improper use of the ground-ing plug can r

Page 4 - NEED HELP?

Features of Your Microwave(Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from your model.)11Operating InstructionsFEATURES1 Door Handle. Pu

Page 5

The Controls on Your Microwave Oven(Throughout this manual, features and appearance may very from your model)You can microwave by time or with the con

Page 6 - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

13Press Enter StartBEVERAGE Press STARTPress once 1Press twice 2Press 3 times 3POPCORN Press STARTPress once 1.75 ozPress twice 3.0 ozPress 3 times 3.

Page 7 - IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

14Operating InstructionsChanging thePower LevelsVariable power levels addmicrowave flexibility tomicrowave cooking. The powerlevel on the microwave ov

Page 8

Time Features15TIME COOKTime cook IAllows you to microwave forany time up to 99 minutes and99 seconds. Power 10 (High) isautomatically set, but you ma

Page 9

Cooking Guide for Time Cook I & IINOTE: Use power level High (10) unless otherwise noted.Operating InstructionsVegetable Amount Time Comments Aspa

Page 10 - THE VENT FAN

Vegetable Amount Time CommentsCorn(frozen kernel) 10-oz. package 5 to 7 min. In 1-qt. casserole, place 2 tablespoons water.Corn on the cob(fresh) 1 to

Page 11 - Improper use of the ground

Time Features18TIME DEFROSTAllows you to defrost for thelength of time you select. See the Defrosting Guide for sug-gested times. Power 3 is automat-

Page 12 - FEATURES

Microwave OvenOwner’s ManualImportant Safety InformationPrecautions to Avoid Possible Exposureto Excessive Microwave Energy 2Special Notes About Micro

Page 13 - Time cooking

Breads, CakesBread , buns or rolls(1 piece) 1 min.Sweet rolls (approx. 12 oz) 3-5 min.Fish and SeafoodFilets frozen (1 1b) 6-8 min.Shellfish, small p

Page 14 - TABLE A

Time Features20EXPRESS COOKThis is a quick wayto set time for 1-6minutes.Press one of the ExpressCook pads (from 1 to 6 ) for1 to 6 minutes of cookin

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Convenience Features21BEVERAGE1. The Beverage featureheats 1 to 3 servings of anybeverage.2. Press BEVERAGE. Theserving size is automaticallyset at 1,

Page 16 - Time Cook II

22FISHHow to Use the FishFeature1. Follow package instruc-tion, using Time Cook if thepackage is less than 0.3pounds or larger than 0.9pounds. Place t

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23FRESHVEGETABLE1 Follow package instruc-tion, using Time Cook if thepackage is less than 6ounces or larger than 18ounces. 2 Press FRESH VEG-ETABLE. P

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24AUTO DEFROSTThe Defrost Auto/Time featuregives you two ways to defrostfrozen foods.Press DEFROST AUTO/TIMEonce for Auto Defrost or twice forTime Def

Page 19 - TIME DEFROST

Other Features25Cooking CompleteReminderTo reminder you that you havefood in the oven, the oven willdisplay “FOOD IS GOOD” andbeep 4 times, then beep

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26Display On/OffTo turn the clock display off,press and hold 0 for about 3 sec-onds.To redisplay the clock, repeat.Delay Start Delay Start allows you

Page 21 - ADD 30 SECONDS

27Timer On/OffTimer operate as a minute timerand can be used at any time, evenwhen the oven is operating.1 Press TIMER.2 Enter time you want to cuntd

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28Vent FanThe vent fan removes steam andother vapors from surface cooking.Press VENT FAN once for lowfan speed, twice for high fan speedor a third tim

Page 23 - VEGETABLE

READ ALL SAFETY INFORMATION BEFORE USING2IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONFOR YOUR SAFETYPRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVEMICROWAVEENERG

Page 24 - GROUND MEAT

Microwave Terms29Term DefinitionArcing Arcing is the microwave term for sparks in the oven. Arcing is caused by :• Metal or foil touching the side of

Page 25 - AUTO DEFROST

30helpful HintsOpen the over door a few minutesafter cooking to air out the inside.An occasional thorough wipingwith a solution of baking sodaand wate

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31How to Cleanthe OutsideOuter CaseClean the outside of themicrowave with a sudsy cloth.Rinse and then dry. Wipe the win-dow clean with a damp cloth.C

Page 27 - Delay Start

Light Bulb Replacement32Cooktop LightReplace theburned-out bulb with a 40-wattincandescent bulb. Replace theburned-out bulb with a 40-wattincandescent

Page 28

The Exhaust Feature33The Vent FanThe vent fan has 2 metalreusable grease filters.Models that recirculate air backinto the room also use a charcoalfilt

Page 29 - Surface Light

34Charcoal Filter(on some models)If the model is not vented to theoutside, the air will be recirculat-ed through a disposable charcoalfilter that help

Page 30 - Helpfull Information

35If Something Goes WrongProblem Possible Cause What to do Oven will not start. A fuse in your home may Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker.be blow

Page 31 - Care and Cleaning

36Things ThatAre Normal• Steam or vapor escaping fromaround the door.• Light reflection around door orouter case.• Dimming oven light and changein the

Page 32 - How to Clean

LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTYMICROWAVE OVENSIn-Home ServiceThis quality product is warranted to be free from manufacturer’s defects in material and workman

Page 33 - Oven Light

ModelFor service, contact your nearestservice depot or call:1-800-26- Danby(1-800-263-2629)to recommend a depot in your area.RMicrowave OvenThe model

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3WELCOMENEED HELP?Welcome to the Danbyfamily. We’re proud ofour quality productsand we believe independable service.You’ll see it in thiseasy-to-use m

Page 35 - It must be replaced

READ ALL SAFETY INFORMATION BEFORE USING4IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONWARNINGSAFETYPRECAUTIONSTo reduce the risk of fire, burns, electric shock, injury

Page 36 - Before You Call For Service

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS5• Do not store this appliance out-doors. Do not use this productnear water-for example, in a wetbasement, near a swimming pool

Page 37 - Are Normal

SPECIAL NOTES ABOUT MICROWAVING6IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONARCINGFOODSArcing is the microwave termfor sparks in the oven. Arcing iscaused by:•Metal o

Page 38 - MICROWAVE OVENS

7• Avoid heating baby food inglass jars, even with the lid off.Make sure all infant food is thor-oughly cooked. Stir food to dis-tribute the heat even

Page 39 - DMW162BL-OTR

SPECIAL NOTES ABOUT MICROWAVING8IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATIONMICROWAVE-SAFECOOKWAREMake sure all cookware used inyour microwave oven is suitablefor mic

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