Genuine Toshiba owner's manual. Couldn't really ask for more. And written in understandable English in contrast to a few recent experiences I have had with manuals for other equipment other than Toshiba but made in China and written in "Chinglish"!
I purchased a vintage Sony mixer off eBay and within the hour was able to locate and purchase the manual for it.I mean really,where else can you find a manual for a product made in 1983!? It was easy to find and purchase/download the manual I needed.I will use this site again for other equipment I have! Great site!
It`s full copy of a service manual from url http://www.philips.owner-manuals.com/PM3216-service-manual-PHILIPS.html
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Congratulations on the purchase of your new microwave oven
Thank you for having chosen an Electrolux product. We are convinced that you will find your new microwave oven very useful and that it will be of great help to you. As with all new kitchen appliances, it will take some time to learn all the new functions and features, but with time, this oven will become indispensable to you. In order that you can get the best from your new Electrolux microwave oven, the following instructions have been prepared. Please make sure you read them carefully. It is important that this instruction book is retained with the appliance for future reference. Should the appliance be sold or transferred to another owner, or if you move house and leave the appliance, always ensure that the book is supplied with the appliance.
Microwave cooking provides true innovation for the culinary arts. Combining rapidity and ease of use, it enhances flavours and aromas all the while keeping the appearance and nutritive qualities intact. Your microwave oven will complement your other kitchen appliances. It cooks, reheats and defrosts quick as a wink, affording you considerable time and energy savings. The microwaves used for cooking are electromagnetic waves. They exist in our environment as do radioelectric waves, light, and infrared rays.They are reflected by metals.They pass through all other materials. They are absorbed by water, sugar and fat molecules. When food is exposed to microwaves there follows a vibration of the molecules, which in turn produces heat. The depth of penetration of the waves into food is about 2.5 cm. If the food is thicker the centre is cooked by normal conduction of heat. It is worth noting that the microwaves produce a simple heat reaction inside food and are not at all harmful to your health. Due to the nature of microwave cooking, foods rich in water, sugar or fat require less cooktime and yield the best results.