I just purchased subject microwave from Home depot and there was no user manual. Cant figure out how to set a cook time. All the preprogramed button seen to work.
Trying to save myself a trip back to the store.
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I don't own one but per the TastiWave Quick Start Guide (which can be downloaded as a PDF document), The wattage must not exceed 1300 Watts. In the Instruction manual and quick cook recipe guide (also a downloadable PDF document) it states that:
"The recipes in this booklet have been written for an 1100 Watt microwave oven. Please adjust your “cook times” accordingly. Microwave must have a revolving turntable and the interior
must measure at least 14” wide x 14” deep x 7 3/4” high".
I hope this answers your question ;-)
The numbers DO NOT equal a certain power level Erin. They equal a percentage! This is very confusing. Even the factory reps. can't explain it adequately. I recently replaced my old 600 watt oven with a GE 1100 watt model. The 600 watt unit came with a great cookbook. (I searched the internet but couldn't find one for the GE oven and the factory was no help!) A chicken recipe in the 600 cookbook said cook on high for 30 minutes. Since 600 is approx. half of 1100, I cooked on high for 15 minutes. Result: Uncooked chicken...
The next time I cooked 30 minutes on 50% power (button 5) and It came out OK. I have since used 50% power with meats in cooking bags with good results. Remember to check for correct temp. with a meat thermometer when oven stops. Trial and error is your best test at this point I'm afraid. Also you may want to type "Microwave Conversion Chart" into your browser. You will get some additional information from this. But read carefully!
If you are referring to the main power cord then you should be able to purchase one at Home Depot/Lowes of most local hardware stores... make sure you get the current rating off the tag on the appliance.. 15Amp or less can use a cord size of 14 gauge.. you should use a 12 gauge for any appliance requiring up to 20Amps ( in your case ..1100 watts minus losses within the system should allow you to use 14 gauge power cord.)