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WHIRLPOOL GH6208XRT0
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Night Light
The Night Light control button turns on the cooktop light at the lowest setting. While the Night Light is on, the Light control may still be used to brighten the cooktop. When the cooktop light is turned off, the Night Light will still be on. The Night Light can be turned on or off only with the Night Light button. The status will be displayed for a few seconds when the Night Light is turned on or off.

Progress Bar
A B

Cooking Animation
A B
A. Cooking animation B. Progress bar

A. Cooking with grill element B. Cooking with microwaves

The cooking animation appears during any cooking cycle, whether automatic or manual. The animation shows what type of cooking is taking place.

The progress bar is a visual picture of the estimated running time of a sensor cooking cycle. It will appear at the beginning of sensor cooking functions. Vertical bars appear below the word “Sensing,” and show progress by the darkening of the bars left to right. Some time after the progress bar appears, it may be replaced by “Maximum Time Remaining” indicator and the estimated remaining time, which may fluctuate often. When sensing is finished, “Time Remaining” will appear with the actual remaining cook time.

OVEN USE
A magnetron in the oven produces microwaves which reflect off the metal floor, walls and ceiling and pass through the turntable and appropriate cookware to the food. Microwaves are attracted to and absorbed by fat, sugar and water molecules in the food, causing them to move, producing friction and heat which cooks the food.
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Food Characteristics
When microwave cooking, the amount, size and shape, starting temperature, composition and density of the food affect cooking results.

Do not lean on or allow children to swing on the oven door. Do not operate oven when it is empty. The turntable must be in place and correct side up when oven is in use. Do not use if turntable is chipped or broken. See “Assistance or Service” section to reorder. Baby bottles and baby food jars should not be heated in oven. Clothes, flowers, fruit, herbs, wood, gourds, paper, including brown paper bags and newspaper, should not be dried in oven. Do not use the oven for canning, sterilizing or deep frying. Paraffin wax will not melt in the oven because it does not absorb microwaves. Use oven mitts or pot holders when removing containers from oven. Do not overcook potatoes. At the end of the recommended cook time, potatoes should be slightly firm. Let potatoes stand for 5 minutes. They will finish cooking while standing. Do not cook or reheat whole eggs inside the shell. Steam buildup in whole eggs may cause them to burst. Cover poached eggs and allow a standing time.

Amount of Food
The more food heated at once, the longer the cook time needed. Check for doneness and add small increments of time if necessary.

Size and Shape
Smaller pieces of food will cook more quickly than larger pieces, and uniformly shaped foods cook more evenly than irregularly shaped food.

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Starting Temperature
Room temperature foods will heat faster than refrigerated foods, and refrigerated foods will heat faster than frozen foods.

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Composition and Density
Foods high in fat and sugar will reach a higher temperature, and will heat faster than other foods. Heavy, dense foods, such as meat and potatoes, require a longer cook time than the same size of a light, porous food, such as cake.

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