Sharp R-86STM-A manual

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    900W (IEC 60705) OPERA TION MANUAL with COOKBOOK R-86STM MICROW A VE OVEN with TOP & BOTTOM GRIL[...]

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

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    1 CONTENTS Quick guide for commonly cooked food. Y OUR O VEN AND A CCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    2 YOUR OVEN AND ACCESSORIES OVEN: 1. Control panel 2. Oven lamp 3. Door opening button 4[...]

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    3 CONTROL P ANEL 1. DIGIT AL DISPLA Y KEYS: 2. TIME 3. CONV . (°C) 4. COMBI 5. EXPRESS[...]

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    4 IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Oven Use: • The oven is for domestic food use only . • Never [...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 3. The minimum height of free space necessar y above the top surface of the ov[...]

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    6 HEA TING CA TEGOR Y The heating categor y (a letter A to E) developed by MAFF (Ministr y of Agric[...]

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    7 BEFORE OPERA TION Y our oven comes pre-set in Energy Save Mode (see page 9 for details). T o opera[...]

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    8 SETTING THE CLOCK Y our oven has a 12 hour clock. • T o select the 12 hour clock, press the KI[...]

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    9 ENERGY SA VE MODE Y our oven has an Energy Save Mode. This facility saves electricity when the ove[...]

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    10 HOW TO OPERA TE YOUR OVEN Example: T o cook for 2 minutes 30 seconds on 70% microwave power . 1.[...]

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    11 HOW TO OPERA TE YOUR OVEN MANUAL DEFROSTING • Enter the defrosting time and use microwave pow[...]

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    12 GRILL COOKING The oven has top and bottom grills which can be used separately or combined. These[...]

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    13 PREHEA TING THE OVEN Example: T o preheat the oven to 180°C. 1. Enter the temperature by pressin[...]

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    14 CONVECTION COOKING • Convection cooking is ideal for roasting and baking. • When using th[...]

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    15 COMBI COOKING The combination of microwave power with convection or grill reduces cooking time a[...]

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    16 COMBI COOKING NOTES: • For Combi-2 and Combi-3 it is not necessar y to preheat the grill. •[...]

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    17 EXPRESS COOK / EXPRESS DEFROST EXPRESS COOK enables you to cook 6 popular menus from frozen or c[...]

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    18 EXPRESS COOK / EXPRESS DEFROST EXPRESS COOK CHART MENU WEIGHT RANGE COOKING PROCEDURE Roast Bee[...]

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    19 EXPRESS COOK / EXPRESS DEFROST EXPRESS DEFROST CHART MENU WEIGHT RANGE COOKING PROCEDURE Meat J[...]

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    20 QUICK & EASY QUICK & EASY enables you to cook 4 popular menus. For cooking instructions p[...]

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    21 QUICK & EASY QUICK & EASY CHART MENU WEIGHT RANGE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS Easy Risotto 1 [...]

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    22 SHORT CUTS SHORT CUTS enables you to easily cook 4 menus. For cooking instructions please refer [...]

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    23 SHORT CUTS SHORT CUTS CHART MENU WEIGHT RANGE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS Melted Butter 25 g - 100 g [...]

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    24 AUTO COOK AUTO COOK enables you to cook 10 popular menus. Example: T o cook 0.3 kg Frozen Crispy [...]

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    25 AUTO COOK AUTO COOK CHART MENU WEIGHT RANGE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS Crispy Coated Food (chilled) [...]

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    26 AUTO COOK AUTO COOK CHART MENU WEIGHT RANGE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS Oven Chips (chilled) 0.10kg -[...]

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    27 NOTES FOR EXPRESS COOK / EXPRESS DEFROST / QUICK & EASY / SHORT CUTS / AUTO COOK: • Chill[...]

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    28 CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 1. SEQUENCE COOKING This function allows you to cook using up to 4 manual [...]

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    29 CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS TO USE WITH AUTOMA TIC PROGRAMMES: Press the LESS ( ▼ ) / MORE ( ▲ ) ke[...]

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    30 CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 3. KITCHEN TIMER Use the KITCHEN TIMER as a minute timer or to monitor the[...]

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    31 CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS NOTES: • The display will flash a series of messages, including the weig[...]

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    32 MICROW A VE COOKING ADVICE Microwaves cook food faster than conventional cooking. It is therefore[...]

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    33 MICROW A VE COOKING ADVICE Check the temperature of food and drink and stir before serving. T ake[...]

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    34 SUIT ABLE COOKW ARE T o cook/defrost food in a microwave oven, the microwave energy must be able [...]

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    35 DEFROSTING ADVICE Using your microwave is a ver y efficient method of defrosting. It is a simple [...]

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    36 REHEA TING ADVICE Follow the advice and guidelines below to ensure food is thoroughly reheated be[...]

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    37 CLEANING & MAINTENANCE NOTES: • Never use spray cleaners, oven pads or abrasive scourers a[...]

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    38 TROUBLESHOOTING If you think the oven is not working properly there are some simple checks you c[...]

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    39 TROUBLESHOOTING QUER Y ANSWER Draught circulates around the door . When the oven is working, air[...]

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    40 40 40 TO REPLACE THE MAINS PLUG The wires in the mains cable are colour coded as shown: Green an[...]

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    41 SPOON MEASURES 1.25ml 1 / 4 teaspoon 2.5ml 1 / 2 teaspoon 5ml 1 teaspoon 15ml 1 table[...]

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    42 DEFROSTING CHART FOOD DEFROST TIME COOKING MODE METHOD ST ANDING TIME Minced Meat 5 Min. 30[...]

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    43 MICROW A VE COOKING CHART FOOD COOKING TIME COOKING MODE METHOD ST ANDING TIME Fish Fillets/[...]

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    44 MICROW A VE COOKING CHART FOOD COOKING TIME COOKING MODE METHOD ST ANDING TIME Brown Rice 2[...]

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    45 GRILL - 3 COOKING CHART (TOP & BOTTOM GRILLS) FOOD COOKING TIME COOKING MODE METHOD T ea [...]

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    46 FOOD COOKING TIME COOKING MODE METHOD Beef (rare) (chilled) 13 Minutes/ 450g COMBI - 1 160?[...]

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    47 COMBI - 2 COOKING CHART (TOP GRILL & MICROW A VE) FOOD COOKING TIME COOKING MODE METHOD C[...]

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    48 REHEA TING CHART FOOD COOKING TIME COOKING MODE METHOD Canned foods 5 Minutes/ 425g 70% Re[...]

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    49 RECIPES B EEF RISOTTO B EEF RISOTTO S PICY TURKEY RISOTTO S PICY TURKEY RISOTTO 1 [...]

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    50 RECIPES Serves 4 4 Large open cap mushrooms 50g butter 75g cheddar cheese, grated 1 Place the ce[...]

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    51 RECIPES Serves 4 200g white long grain rice 600ml (1 pint) chicken stock 200g red pepper , seeded[...]

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    52 RECIPES Serves 4 900g potatoes, peeled and chopped 135ml (9 tbsp) water 25g margarine 30 - 60ml ([...]

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    53 RECIPES Serves 6 225g carrots, diced 150g celer y , sliced 175g onion, finely chopped 600g pork, [...]

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    54 RECIPES Serves 4 450g braising steak 175g mushrooms 15ml (1 tbsp) mixed herbs 300ml ( 1 / 2 pint[...]

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    55 Serves 4 MARINADE: 15ml (1 tbsp) groundnut oil 15ml (1 tbsp) lemon juice 75ml (5 tbsp) crunchy pe[...]

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    56 Serves 4 4 chicken fillets (approx. 200g each) 75ml (6 tbsp) clear honey 30ml (2 tbsp) wholegrain[...]

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    57 Serves 4 - 6 15ml (1tbsp) olive oil 175g onions 2 cloves garlic, crushed 75g tomato puree 200g ca[...]

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    58 Serves 4 - 6 300g short crust pastr y 6 rashers of bacon, chopped 125g onion, finely chopped 4 eg[...]

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    59 RECIPES Serves 4 1 aubergine, thickly sliced cooking salt 3 x 30ml (2 tbsp) vegetable oil 1 red p[...]

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    60 RECIPES Serves 4 - 6 300g carrots, diced 300g swede, diced 250g onion, sliced 250g celer y , slic[...]

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    61 RECIPES Serves 6 P ASTRY : 150g butter 350g plain flour 50g caster sugar 2 egg yolks (medium) col[...]

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    62 RECIPES Serves 6 - 8 150ml ( 1 / 4 pint) vegetable oil 225g soft brown sugar 3 eggs (medium), b[...]

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    63 RECIPES Serves 4 - 6 100g margarine 100g caster sugar 2 eggs (medium), beaten 100g self raising f[...]

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    64 RECIPES Serves 4 325g potato, cooked and mashed 325g parsnips, cooked and mashed 225g self raisin[...]

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    65 RECIPES Serves 4 1.5 litres (2 pint) milk 200g pudding rice 75g caster sugar 50g butter 5ml (1 ts[...]

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    66 Cheese sauce: Stir in 75g grated cheese and 5ml (1 tsp) mustard powder at Stage 2. Ser ve with[...]

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    67 RECIPES Makes 450ml ( 3 / 4 pint) 75g Blue Stilton cheese, finely chopped 300ml ( 1 / 2 pint) so[...]

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

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    69 SPECIFICA TIONS AC Line V oltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Sharp Electronics (UK) Ltd. London, UK UK: 08705 274277 (office hours) Ireland: 01 676 0648 (office[...]