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19
Timer Feature
NOTE:
1. When each stage finishes, a two-beep
signal sounds. At the end of the pro-
gram, the oven will beep five times.
2. If the oven door is opened during
Stand Time, Kitchen Timer or Delay
Time, the time on the display will con-
tinue to count down.
3. Stand time and Delay start cannot be
programmed before any automatic
Function. This is to prevent the starting
temperature of food from rising before
defrosting or cooking begins. A change
in starting temperature could cause
inaccurate results.
CAUTION:
If oven lamp is lit while using the timer
feature, the oven is incorrectly pro-
gramed. Stop oven immediately and
re-read instructions.
This feature allows you to program the
oven as a kitchen timer. It can also be
used to program a standing time after
cooking is completed and/or to program a
delay start.
To Use as a Kitchen Timer:
Example: To count down 5 minutes.
1. • Press Timer.
2. • Set desired amount of
time using number
pads.
(up to 99 minutes and
99 seconds).
3. Press Start.
Time will count
down without oven
operating.
To Set Stand Time:
Example: To cook at P6 power for 3
minutes, with stand time of
5 minutes.
1. • Enter the desired
Power Level (see
page 12 for direc-
tions).
• Set desired cooking
time using number
pads.
3.
2.
• Press Timer.
4. • Set desired amount of
Stand Time using
number pads. (up to
99 minutes and 99
seconds)
5. Press Start.
Cooking will start.
After cooking, stand
time will count down
without oven
operating.
To Set Delay Start:
Example: To delay the start of cooking
for 5 minutes, and cook at P6
power for 3 minutes.
1.
• Enter the desired
Power Level (see
page 12 for direc-
tions).
• Set desired cooking
time using number
pads.
3.
• Press Timer.
2. • Enter desired amount
of delay time using
number pads. (up to
99 minutes and 99
seconds)
5.
4.
Press Start.
Delay time will
count down. Then
cooking will start.
Press 5 times
Press 5 times
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