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Solution to your microwave problem is given as below.
* 1 Set your Daewoo microwave on a countertop near an electrical outlet and plug it in. Open the door and place the circular roller guide in the center of the oven cavity, then place the glass cooking tray over it.
* 2 Set your food on a microwave-safe dish and then put the dish on the cooking tray and close the door. Make sure that it latches properly.
* 3 Turn the upper knob to select a power level. Power levels include "Defrost," "Med-High," or "High." If your Daewoo has a touch pad, touch the "Microwave" button once to set the highest power level. Touch it consecutive times to lower the power level.
* 4 Turn the lower knob to set the cooking time. For cooking times less than two minutes, turn the knob up past the two-minute mark, then back to the correct time. For touch pad models, enter in the cooking time with the numerical keys and then press "Start."
* 5 Open the door at any time to stop the cooking and check the temperature of your food. Shut the door to automatically continue cooking, or turn the timer knob to the right to add more time. For touch pads, press the "Stop/Clear" button, then key in a new cooking time and press "Start."
* 6 Open the door when the timer reaches the "Off" position and take out your food.
I feel your pain, I am in the same position. After endless mucking around I finally figured it out. By the way, this is for my model P10034AP.
Press these buttons: -
Cancel [to abort anything currently underway]
Clock [to set the time]
Cancel [to clear the time allowing input]
nnnn [the 4 numbers HH:MM in 24 hour time]
Clock [to set the new time]
Hope that helps :)
Cheers Jonathan Barton
To operate the slicer in Automatic mode . . . Rotate the Speed Selector Knob to the desired
speed; make sure the Carriage is in HOME position (all the way forward); make sure the Lever
is on the Manual position (pointing down); turn the slicer on; start the carriage drive unit by rotating the Lever to the Automatic position (up and to the right).
Either of the two speed selections can be used to begin Automatic mode. The speed can be adjusted
at any time by rotating the Speed Selector Knob.
To stop the drive unit, rotate the Lever down and to the left - to the Manual position.
If you slicer is set on proper automatic mode and still not running on automatic mode then the problem relates to internal motor or the selector knob.
But try reset before this.
Push the reset button underneath the slicer near the right-front foot if the carriage motor overloads.
The reset helps in some problems.But if its not helping then internal connections of selector knob has to be checked.Of the same with motor,the connections of motor to the selector for automatic mode has to be checked.----------------
This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.'