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I have an avent microwave steraliser type 02/2000 that takes 200ml/7oz water, i need to know how long to put it in an 800w microwave????

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SOURCE: For how long do I leave the Avent bottle steriliser in microwave?

2 minutes for microwaves 1100-1850W
4 minutes 850-1000W
6 minutes 500-800W

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Avent Bottle Sterilizer Instructions

By Christine Lehman, eHow Contributor

jQuery('.intro .thumbnail').each(function(i,e){ jQuery(e).find('img').one('error',function(){ jQuery(e).remove(); }); }); Many parents like to sterilize their baby's bottles before use. Avent makes baby feeding equipment including bottles, nipples and breast pumps. They also make steam sterilizers that can be used to sterilize these items before use.

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3. Wait 3 minutes once the cycle is over before opening the Avent sterilizer. Before then, the unit is extremely hot and the steam could burn your skin. In the meantime, unplug the unit and wash your hands. Remove the lid carefully and begin removing the items from the sterilizer, using the sterilized tongs if necessary. If you do not remove the lid immediately, the items in the sterilizer will remain sterile for up to 3 hours after the cycle is complete. Once the sterilizer is empty, pour the remaining water out of the reservoir.


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