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Attention! Appliance Damage!
• Do not use the microwave oven when it is empty.
The only exception is for the initial commissioning
(see chapter "Commissioning").
• NEVER insert foreign objects into the ventilation
openings or the door safety locks.
• Do not use metallic utensils which reflect micro-
waves and lead to sparking. Do not place tins
in the microwave oven.
• Do not place plastic containers in the microwave
oven immediately after a grill, combi or auto-
matic menu process. The plastic could melt.
• This microwave oven may not be located in areas
with high humidity or where moisture could
Liquids and other foods must not be heated in airtight
containers, as these may explode and damage the
• Do not lean on the microwave oven door.
• Insufficient cleanliness of the appliance could
lead to the destruction of the upper surfaces,
which themselves influence its useful lifespan
and could possibly also lead to dangerous
• NEVER submerse the appliance, the power
cable or the plug in water or other fluids.
• Keep the power cable away from hot surfaces.
Do not lead it in front of the microwave oven
door. The heat could damage the cable.
• NEVER pour fluids into the ventilation openings
or the safety locks. Should fluids ever enter them,
IMMEDIATELY switch the microwave oven off
and remove the plug from the mains power
socket. Arrange for the microwave oven to be
checked by qualified specialists.
• To minimize the risk of fire in the microwave:
When heating food in plastic or paper containers,
always keep an eye on the microwave oven
when it is in operation, as these materials can
easily catch fire.
• When heating drinks in the microwave, bub-
bling may be delayed when the drink boils. The-
refore, be careful when handling the container.
To avoid sudden simmering:
- If possible, place a glass rod in the fluid for as
long as it is being heated.
- To avoid an unexpected reboiling, leave the
fluid to stand in the microwave oven for ca.
20 seconds after being warmed up.
• Puncture the skins of potatoes, sausages or
similar. Otherwise, they could explode.
• Proceed with caution when warming up fluids.
Use only open containers, so that any air bubbles
produced can escape.
• Should you notice smoke, switch the appliance
off or remove the plug from the socket and keep
the door closed to suffocate any possible fla-
• Eggs in their shells and hard-boiled eggs should
not be heated in the microwave oven as they could
explode, even on completion of the heating pro-
Food with thick skins, such as potatoes, whole
pumpkins, apples and chestnuts must be pricked
• Do not transport the microwave oven when it is