GE Profile Spacemaker® 1.9 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave Oven PVM1970DRBB user guide

Two-piece design with hidden vent.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS n Do not pop popcorn in your microwave oven unless in a special microwave popcorn accessory or unless you use popcorn labeled for use in microwave ovens. n Do not boil eggs in a microwave oven.

Pressure will build up inside egg yolk and will cause it to burst, possibly resulting in injury. n Operating the microwave with no food inside for more than a minute or two may cause damage to the oven and could start a fire. It increases the heat around the magnetron and can shorten the life of the n Foods with unbroken outer skin such as potatoes, hot dogs, sausages, tomatoes, apples, chicken livers and other giblets, and egg yolks should be pierced to allow steam to escape during cooking. n Superheated water

Liquids, such as water, coffee, or tea, are able to be overheated beyond the boiling point without appearing to be boiling. Visible bubbling or boiling when the container is removed from the microwave oven is not always present. This could result in very hot liquids suddenly boiling over when the container is disturbed or a spoon or other utensil iS inserted into the liquid.

To reduce the risk of injury to persons:

Do not overheat the liquid.

Stir the liquid both before and halfway through heating it.

Do not use straight-sided containers with narrow necks.

After heating, allow the container to stand in the microwave oven for a short time before removing the container.

Use extreme care when inserting a spoon or other utensil into the container. n Foods cooked in liquids (such as pasta) may tend to boil more rapidly than foods containing less moisture. Should this occur, refer to the Care and cleaning of the microwave oven section for instructions on how to clean the inside of the oven. n Avoid heating baby food in glass jars, even with the lid off. Make sure all infant food is thoroughly cooked. Stir food to distribute the heat evenly. Be careful to prevent scalding when warming formula. The container may feel cooler than the formula really is. Always test the formula before feeding the baby. n Dont defrost frozen beverages in narrownecked bottles (especially carbonated beverages). Even if the container is opened, pressure can build up. This can cause the container to burst, possibly resulting in n Hot foods and steam can cause burns. Be careful when opening any containers of hot food, including popcorn bags, cooking pouches and boxes. To prevent possible injury, direct steam away from hands and n Do not overcook potatoes. They could dehydrate and catch fire, causing damage to your oven. n Cook meat and poultry thoroughlymeat to at least an INTERNAL temperature of

160F and poultry to at least an INTERNAL temperature of 180F. Cooking to these temperatures usually protects against foodborne illness.





Do not operate the oven in the microwave mode without the turntable and the turntable support seated and in place. The turntable must be unrestricted so it can rotate. Make sure all cookware used in your microwave oven is suitable for microwaving. Most glass casseroles, cooking dishes, measuring cups, custard cups, pottery or china dinnerware which does not have metallic trim or glaze with a metallic sheen can be used. Some cookware is labeled suitable for microwaving. n If you are not sure if a dish is microwave-safe, use this test: Place in the oven both the dish you are

How to test for a testing and a glass microwave-safe dish. measuring cup filled with 1 cup of waterset the measuring cup either in or next to the dish. Microwave 3045 seconds at high. If the dish heats, it should not be used for microwaving.

If the dish remains cool and only the water in the cup heats, then the dish is microwave-safe. n Oversized food or oversized metal cookware should not be used in a microwave/ convection oven because they increase the risk of electric shock and could cause a fire. n Sometimes the oven floor, turntable and walls can become too hot to touch. Be careful touching the floor, turntable and walls during and after cooking. n If you use a meat thermometer while microwaving, make sure it is safe for use in microwave ovens. n Do not use recycled paper products.

Recycled paper towels, napkins and waxed paper can contain metal flecks which may cause arcing or ignite. Paper products containing nylon or nylon filaments should be avoided, as they may also ignite. n Some styrofoam trays (like those that meat is packaged on) have a thin strip of metal embedded in the bottom. When microwaved, the metal can burn the floor of the oven or ignite a paper towel. n Use of the shelf accessory:

Remove the shelf from the oven when not in use.

Use pot holders when handling the shelf and cookware. They may be hot.

Be sure that the shelf is positioned

properly inside the oven to prevent product damage.

Do not cover the shelf or any part of the oven with metal foil. This will cause overheating of the microwave/convection n Do not use your microwave oven to dry newspapers. n Not all plastic wrap is suitable for use in microwave ovens. Check the package for proper use. n Paper towels, waxed paper and plastic wrap can be used to cover dishes in ord