Sharp AX-1100SLM manual

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    AX-1100M This operation manual contains important infor mation which you should read carefully befor[...]

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    Information on Disposal for Users (private households) 1. In the European Union Attention: If you wa[...]

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    1 IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: READ CAREFULL Y AND KEEP FOR FUTURE[...]

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    2 IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Do not place the oven in areas where heat is generated. F[...]

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    3 IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Use care when opening door . T o avoid burns from escaping heat [...]

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    4 INST ALLA TION • When replacing the plug please ensure that you use a BSI or AST A approved p[...]

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    5 OVEN DIAGRAM NOTE: Place the rack on glass tray as shown in Figure 1. W ARNING: The oven cavity[...]

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    6 CONTROL P ANEL Operating keys: 1 TIME keys 2 MICROW A VE POWER LEVEL* key 3 STEAM HIGH k[...]

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    7 IMPORT ANT INSTRUCTIONS WA TER T ANK Ensure the water tank is filled with room temperatur[...]

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    8 Before cooking 1. Make sure the water tank is fi lled with room temperature drinking water and[...]

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    9 Perfor m the Drain W ater function at least once a day after cooking with steam. It takes up to 7[...]

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    10 BEFORE OPERA TING BEFORE USING OF THE FIRST TIME, CLEAN THE OVEN • Before operating your ov[...]

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    11 AUTOMA TIC COOKING Automatic Operation can be used when cooking with steam, grill or microwave fu[...]

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    12 AUTOMA TIC COOKING There are 4 Auto Defrost menus. Do not use the glass tray , steam tray and me[...]

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    13 MANUAL COOKING Manual Cooking can be used in Steam, Grill, Combi and Microwave mode. Refer to the[...]

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    14 MANUAL COOKING Manual Steam has 2 options, Steam High and Steam Low . Always cook food using[...]

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    15 MANUAL COOKING Grill The grill heating element at the top of the oven cavity has one power setti[...]

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    16 MANUAL COOKING Microwave is fast and convenient for cooking, reheating and defrosting. F[...]

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    17 OTHER CONVENIENT FEA TURES Mor e or Less T ime Adjustment (LESS ( ▼ ) / MORE ( ▲ ) keys) a[...]

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    18 OTHER CONVENIENT FEA TURES Example: T o set the kitchen timer for 5 minutes. PROCEDURE 1 Enter th[...]

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    19 OTHER CONVENIENT FEA TURES This feature is normally used in store to demonstrate the product fea[...]

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    20 CLEANING AND CARE CAUTION: DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL OVEN CLEANERS, STEAM CLEANERS, ABRASIVE, H[...]

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    21 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Due to technical error , call your dealer or an authorised SHARP Ser vi[...]

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    22 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART The following situations are normal and are not signs that the oven is malf[...]

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    23 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART The following situations are normal and are not signs that the oven is malf[...]

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    24 SER VICE CALL CHECK Please check the following before calling for ser vice. 1. Power supply C[...]

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    25 COOKBOOK Points T o Remember • Please make reading the Operation Manual your ver y fi rst [...]

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    26 COOKBOOK About Utensils and Coverings The chart below will help you decide what utensils and cove[...]

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    27 COOKBOOK ACCESSORIES There are many microwave or heat-resistant accessories available for purchas[...]

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    28 Density Quantity Size Shape T emperature of food Seasoning & fl avouring Food characterist[...]

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    29 * Puncture egg yolks and whites and oys- ters before cooking to prevent "explo- sion".[...]

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    30 - Advice for defrosting - NOTE: • Remove all packing and wrapping before defrosting. Arrange f[...]

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    31 Steam Menus Guide - Ensure the water tank is fi lled with room temperature drinking water to [...]

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    32 St31 St32 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) 0.2 - 0[...]

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    33 • Peel the potatoes and cut into similar pieces of approx. 25g. • Prepare the vegetable[...]

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    34 AUTOMA TIC COOKING CHART RECIPES FOR RICE/P AST A/EGG [ Utensils ] 4 Ramekin dishes Steam tray Gl[...]

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    35 AUTOMA TIC COOKING CHART RECIPES FOR BALANCED MENUS (St-41 and St-42) OF STEAM MENUS Salmon fi [...]

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    36 AUTOMA TIC COOKING CHART Ingredients 1 portion 2 por tions 3 portions 4 por tions Chicken bre[...]

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    37 Auto Grill Menus Guide • Mix the ingredients and spread on chicken legs. • Pierce t[...]

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    38 AUTOMA TIC COOKING CHART [ Ingredients ] 600 g Rose Fish Fillet 250 g Leeks 50 g Onion 100 g [...]

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    39 AUTOMA TIC COOKING CHART Auto Defr ost Menus Guide • Place the food on a plate or fl an dis[...]

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    40 T ABLES T ABLE: HEA TING DRINKS AND FOOD Food/Drink Quantity -g/ml- Setting Power -Level- Time [...]

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    41 T ABLE: DEFROSTING WITH THE MICROW A VE Food Quantity -g- Setting Power -Level- Time -Min- Meth[...]

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    42 T ABLES T ABLE: COOKING, GRILLING AND BROWNING Food Quantity -g- Setting Power -Level- Time -Min[...]

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    43 T ABLE: COOKING WITH STEAM HIGH Use glass tray and steam tray . Steam in position 2. Food Quantit[...]

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    44 T ABLE: COOKING WITH STEAM LOW This setting uses a low temperature from 70°C – 95°C in 5°C i[...]

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    45 Using the Recipes Convension Charts Soups and Starters CREAM OF A VOCADO SOUP Spain : Sopa de agu[...]

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    46 BARLEY SOUP Switzerland : Bündner Gerstensuppe T otal cooking time: approx. 26 - 33 minutes Ut[...]

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    47 COURGETTE AND MACARONI BAKE Germany : Zucchini-Nudel-Auflauf T otal cooking time: approx. 33 - 38[...]

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    48 RECIPES STUFFED ROAST CHICKEN Austria : Gefülltes Brathähnchen Stuffed roast chicken for two se[...]

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    49 RECIPES STUFFED HAM Spain : Jamón relleno T otal cooking time: approx. 20 - 24 minutes Utensils:[...]

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    50 V egetables and noodles VEGET ABLE CASSEROLE France : Ratatouille spécial T otal cooking time: a[...]

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    51 STUFFED POT A TOES Spain : Patatas Rellenas T otal cooking time: approx. 10 - 14 minutes Utensils[...]

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    52 BERR Y JELL Y WITH V ANILLA SAUCE Denmark : Rødgrød med vanilie sovs T otal cooking time: appro[...]

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    53 ASP ARAGUS SOUFFLÉS For 2 ser vings T otal cooking time: approx. 25 minutes Utensils: Bowl wit[...]

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    54 GUARANTEE Sharp Electronics (UK) Ltd. (“Sharp”) guarantees that for a period of 12 months fro[...]

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    55 AC Line V oltage : 230-240 V , 50 Hz, single phase AC Power required Microwave : 1.53 kW[...]

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    56 Printed in Thailand Sharp Electronics (UK) Ltd. London, UK UK: 08705 274277 (offi ce hours) I[...]