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Howm do I reduce power down to 50%

I would like to cook on lower power settings, 50, 60 80 %

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First enter the cooking time just like normal, but then you hit the power button and then hit the digit indicating the power level you want. THEN hit start and it will start cooking.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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Is your microwave oven set to full power when the intermittent noise occurs?

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This is quite normal & you should only be concerned if the noise occurs while the microwave oven is set to full power.
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a defrost on the mic.
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