Panasonic nn-c1358 User Manual

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Please read these instructions completely before operating this oven.
Commercial Microwave Convection Oven
Operating Instructions and User Guide
Model: NE-C1358
NE  C1358
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CONVECTION
START
PROG
LOCK
BUZZ
MICROWAVE
GRILL
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COOLING
LAMP
PREHEAT
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Summary of Contents of user manual for Panasonic nn-c1358

  • Page 1Commercial Microwave Convection Oven Operating Instructions and User Guide Model: NE-C1358 A 1 2 3 B 1 MICROWAVE 2 CONVECTION...
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  • Page 3 Index Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 4 Safety Information 1. Earthing 6. Cord/Plug IMPORTANT: FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS If the supply cord of this appliance is...
  • Page 5 When you first unpack your Oven 1. Examine your Oven 2. Removal of protective film Unpack oven, retain all...
  • Page 6 Important Information––Read Carefully 1. Heating Times 8. Liquids As microwave heating times are much shorter than When heating liquids...
  • Page 7 Your Oven Explained Door Handle Oven Window External Oven Air Vents (back of oven) Display Window Control Panel Door...
  • Page 8 Display Window The cursor will illuminate to indicate the programme set. Always check the cursor position before you press...
  • Page 9 Types of Container to use Before use, the user should check that utensils are suitable for use in your...
  • Page 10 Operating your Oven as a Microwave CONTROLS TO USE ACTION INFORMATION DISPLAY 1 Open Door. The oven light will...
  • Page 11 Operating your Oven as a Microwave Multi-Stage (Sequential) Heating The oven can be programmed with up to 3 different...
  • Page 12 Operating your Oven on Convection CONTROLS TO USE ACTION INFORMATION DISPLAY 1 Open Door. The oven light will come...
  • Page 13 Operating your Oven on Convection Hot Surfaces Take great care when removing hot food. Use oven gloves. Multi-Stage (Sequential)...
  • Page 14 Operating your Oven on Grill CONTROLS TO USE ACTION INFORMATION DISPLAY 1 Open Door. The oven light will come...
  • Page 15 Operating your Oven on Grill Hot Surfaces Take great care when removing hot food. Use oven gloves. Multi-Stage (Sequential)...
  • Page 16 Operating your Oven on Combination CONTROLS TO USE ACTION INFORMATION DISPLAY 1 Open Door. The oven light will come...
  • Page 17 Operating your Oven on Combination Multi-Stage (Sequential) Heating The oven can be programmed with up to 3 different A...
  • Page 18 Setting the Memory Programs Your oven has a 16 blank programs for your own heating requirement. (A1-A8, B1-B8) CONTROLS...
  • Page 19 Setting the Memory Programs Multi-Stage (Sequential) Cooking It is possible to programme into the memory 2 or 3 stage...
  • Page 20 How to activate Programme Lock CONTROLS TO USE ACTION INFORMATION DISPLAY 1 Open Door. The oven light will come...
  • Page 21 How to release Programme Lock ACTION INFORMATION DISPLAY 1 Open Door. The oven light will come on. A 1...
  • Page 22 Keeping your Oven Hot To assist in faster heating and browning results, the PREHEAT feature is designed to keep...
  • Page 23 Cooling your Oven quickly To quickly cool the oven cavity, the oven has Cooling Pad. Cooling Pad can be...
  • Page 24 Care of your Oven and Cleaning It is essential that you follow these points to get the maximum use...
  • Page 258. Accessories The accessories should be cleaned regularly to maximize efficiency of the oven. WARNING: DO NOT place hot Ceramic...
  • Page 26 How a Microwave works To get the most from your oven it is helpful to understand how the oven...
  • Page 27 Defrosting by Microwave The ability to defrost foods quickly is another excellent benefit of your oven. The quality of...
  • Page 28 Reheating by Microwave Affects of the food 1. Starting Temperature 6. Porous Foods/Dense Foods The colder the food the...
  • Page 29Entrées APPROX. TIME FOOD WEIGHT START TEMP QUANTITY HIGH POWER 1.3 kg 2˚C 71/2 - 81/2 min Hungarian Goulash -18˚C...
  • Page 30 Using the Combination Function Choosing a Combination Function Containers to use Cooking by Combination allows you to obtain crisp...
  • Page 31 APPROX. FOOD WEIGHT START TEMP QUANTITY SETTING TIME Cauliflower Cheese 1.6 kg 2˚C HIGH then 11 min GRILL 1/MEDIUM...
  • Page 32 Using the Convection Function Accessories to use Containers to use For best results place the cooking containers on Use...
  • Page 33 Using the Grill Function Accessories to use Containers to use For best results place the cooking container on Use...
  • Page 34 Technical Specifications Model NE-C1358 Power Source 220 V / 50 Hz Required Power 3100 W / 14.1 A Microwave:...
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  • Page 36Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. A00033230VP Central P.O.Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan F0598-0 Printed in Japan