Take These Safety Pre­cau­tions

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1. Care­fully read the op­er­at­ing man­ual be­fore start­ing the mi­crowave oven. Look for mi­crowave-spe­cific cook­ware. Never use metal or metal-trimmed uten­sils in your mi­crowave oven. 3. Do not op­er­ate the oven when empty (ex­cept in prep-heat mode). It is best to leave a glass of wa­ter in the oven when not in use. The wa­ter will safely ab­sorb all mi­crowave en­ergy if the oven is ac­ci­den­tally started. 4. Do not op­er­ate the oven with a kitchen

towel or a nap­kin; al­ways use gloves when re­mov­ing the dish from oven. 5. Do not rinse the turntable by plac­ing it in wa­ter just after cook­ing. 6. Do not cook eggs in their shell as these will ex­plode. 7. Do not at­tempt deep fat fry­ing in your oven. 8. Re­move the poly­thene/plas­tic wrap­ping from food be­fore de­frost­ing. 9. If smoke is ob­served, switch off or dis­con­nect the oven from the power sup­ply and keep the oven

door closed. 10. Liq­uid or other foods must not be heated in sealed con­tain­ers. 11. Do not cover the ven­ti­la­tion slots. 12. Avoid alu­minium foil for cook­ing wrapped food. 13. Do not try to re­pair the oven by your­self. Al­ways take it to an au­tho­rised ser­vice cen­tre. 2.

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