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WHIRLPOOL MH6150XLQ0
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.

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MICROWAVE OVEN USE
Covering
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. s Never lean on or allow children to swing on the oven door. s Do not operate microwave oven when it is empty.
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Cooking Guidelines
Covering food helps retain moisture, shorten cook time and reduce spattering. Use the lid supplied with cookware. If lid is not available, wax paper, paper towels or plastic wrap approved for microwaves may be used. Plastic wrap should be turned back at one corner to provide an opening to vent steam.

Stirring and Turning
Stirring and turning redistributes heat evenly to avoid overcooking the outer edges of food. Stir from outside to center. If possible, turn food over from bottom to top.

Heated liquids can splash out during and after heating. Use of a wooden stir stick placed in the cup or bowl during heating may help to avoid this. 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 âAssistance or Serviceâ section to reorder. Baby bottles and baby food jars should not be heated in the oven. Clothes, flowers, fruit, herbs, wood, gourds, paper, including brown paper bags and newspaper should not be dried in the oven. Do not use the microwave oven for canning, sterilizing or deep frying. The oven cannot maintain appropriate temperatures.

Arranging
If heating irregularly shaped or different sized foods, the thinner parts and smaller sizes should be arranged toward the center. If cooking several items of the same size and shape, place them in a ring pattern, leaving the center of the ring empty.

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Piercing
Before heating, use a fork or small knife to pierce or prick foods that have a skin or membrane, such as potatoes, egg yolks, chicken livers, hot dogs, and sausage. Prick in several places to allow steam to vent.

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Shielding
Use small, flat pieces of aluminum foil to shield the thin pieces of irregularly shaped foods, bones and foods such as chicken wings, leg tips and fish tail. See âAluminum Foil and Metalâ first.

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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 five minutes. They will finish cooking while standing. Do not cook or reheat whole eggs or eggs inside the shell. Steam buildup in whole eggs may cause them to burst. Cover poached eggs and allow a standing time.

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Standing Time
Food will continue to cook by the natural conduction of heat even after the microwave cycle ends. The length of standing time depends on the volume and density of the food.

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Cookware and Dinnerware
Cookware and dinnerware must fit on the turntable. Always use oven mitts or pot holders when handling because any dish may become hot from heat transferred from the food. Do not use cookware and dinnerware with gold or silver trim. Use the following chart as a guide, then test before using. MATERIAL Aluminum Foil, Metal Browning Dish RECOMMENDATIONS See âAluminum Foil and Metalâ section.

Food Characteristics
When microwave cooking, the amount, size and shape, starting temperature, composition and density of the food affect cooking results.

Amount of Food
The more food heated at once the longer the cook time. 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. Ceramic Glass, Glass

Bottom must be at least ³âââ in. (5 mm) above the turntable. Follow manufacturerâs recommendations. Acceptable for use.

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

Composition and Density
Foods high in fat and sugar will reach a higher temperature and 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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