Question about Microwave Ovens
I need user manual for my koryo microwave oven KMC 2323.Apparently I lost my user manual and now I m finding it difficult to operate the microwave without the manual.so please help me find where to get the manual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Koryo Multimate KMC 2121 owners
Koryo manual for this product is not available for online download. The model is KMG 2121.
The ways to get a manual are either contacting Koryo at this email address: email@example.com , or locating and contacting the nearest service center in India. Here the locator page.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
In principle no it is not hazardous. In practice however, unless the machine is clean to the point of sterile, small items in the microwave can absorb more energy than they would if a large item was in the machine also. This can produce some damage to the machine. manufacturers generally recommend not running microwaves empty. Why would you want to? If in doubt, just a cup of water would be more than adequate. it is not a good idea to modify a microwave oven in any way. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
Their customer service # is 0845-658-9700, their business # is 0161-947-3000, and you can e-mail them firstname.lastname@example.org. I could not find a manual on their website so I guess you will have to the above #'s wurstdude
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Galanz's website seems to be useless. I tried finding information but kept being told "no data available." So while I can't tell you where to find the manual, here's something to try. Most microwaves get put into lock by pressing and holding one of the buttons for longer than normal, or by pressing one of the buttons several times in a row. Some ovens use the TIMER button. It won't be one of the number keys, but one of the function buttons. So start with a button, press and hold it for at least 5 seconds before you let go. If nothing happens then try another button. If that doesn't solve the problem, then try pressing each function key several times before moving on to the next one. If that still doesn't get it going, maybe a store in your area that sells Galanz will take a look at the book for you. The process should be the same for any similar model.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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