Very clear scan, I recommend it. Definitely a must have for any 3362 owner.
Alpine could have written a slightly more complete manual, though. It's already pretty huge, but the unit has so many functions, I feel some more explanation would have been better.
Yamaha's manual of their comparable YDSP-1 is a little better in my opinion.
Correct manual received and of good quality but the contents of the file for the Service Manual for the same monitor is for a 20" TV not the RGB Monitor.
Text excerpt from page 10 (click to view)
1. Open the door, place the food on the turntable. Close the door. 2. Press the Power setting button until the desired power level is reached.(See table below.) 3. Set the desired time by turning the setting control knob clockwise. 4. Press Start (The oven begins cooking.) To turn off the oven during cooking, simply touch the Stop/Clear button. Note: After use, be sure to press the Stop/Clear button Twice as this will ensure that you have reset the microwave. Note: 1 The Micro+ button will increase microwave power from 10% to 100% 2 The Micro- button will decrease microwave power from 100% to 10%
Example: To cook at 50% (375W) for 15 minutes 1. Touch the Power + button three times (50% should now be showing in the display window) . 2. Turn the setting control knob until 15:00 is shown in the display window. 3. Press start. The Oven will now start cooking.
For manual defrosting (without operating the Auto Defrost Feature), Use 75W. To speed up the defrosting of dense foods over 450g (1lb), the oven may be started on 750W (100%) power for 1 - 3 minutes, then reduced to 750W until defrosting is complete. Example: To defrost at 10% (75W) for 6 minutes 4. Touch the Power + button once (10% should now be showing in the display window) . 5. Turn the setting control knob until 6:00 is shown in the display window. 6. Press start. The Oven will now start defrosting.
Microwave Power setting Guide
Power Setting 75W 225W 30% Suggested use Defrost; Thawing frozen foods. Simmer; Completing the cooking cycle of some pot roasts. Casseroles and stews. Baked custards or cheesecakes. Medium; Faster defrosting and reheating for casseroles and stews. Baking cakes and sponge puddings Reheat; Reheating pre-cooked foods. Roasting joints of meat and poultry. Max Power; Boiling or reheating liquids. Cooking vegetables. Preheating a browning dish.