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J have mirowave oven Whirlpool AVM 918. It remain in calibration (CAL on display) when i push any button. I think that miss plate, there is turntable. I have'nt manual and the label that explain the cal mode is erased. If i put on turntable a wheight, how much it has to be. Thanks Excuse me for my english

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Hello,

i have the same microwave oven,
when the display say CAL, you have to calibrate first,
how to do this is: push on the left (cancel) button and hold it till it starts

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