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INVENTUM MN256C Microwave Oven Instruction Manual

INVENTUM MN256C Microwave Oven

Safety instructions

  • Please read these instructions before operating the appliance and retain for future use.
  • The appliance is intended solely for domestic use within the home. Do not use corrosive chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This microwave oven is especially designed to heat. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
  • Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since this can result in harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is important not to break or tamper with the safety interlocks.
  • Do not place any object between the door of the microwave oven. Don’t allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on the sealing surfaces.
  • If the door or door seal are damaged, the microwave oven must not be operated until it has been repaired by a competent person.
  • Warning: Liquids and other foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they are liable to explode.
  • It is hazardous for anyone other than a competent person to carry out
    any service or repairs that involve the removal of the cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave oven energy.
  • An electrical appliance is not a toy, and should therefore always be placed outside the reach of children. Children are not always able to understand potential risks. Teach children a responsible handling of electrical appliances.
  • This appliance shall not be used by children from 0 to 8 years. This appliance can be used by children over the age of 8 and above if they are continuously supervised. This can be used by people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience or knowledge, if they have been given supervision or instruction concering use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children aged less than 8 years.
  • Cleaning and maintenance shall not be made by children.
  • Children must not play with the appliance.
  • Only use utensils suitable for use in microwave ovens.
  • The microwave oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits should be removed.
  • When heating food in plastic or paper containers, keep an eye on the microwave oven due to the possibility of ignition.
  • When you see smoke, switch off and unplug the microwave oven. Keep the door closed in order to stifle any flames.
  • Do not overcook the food.
  • Do not use the microwave oven cavity for storage purposes. Do not store items, such as bread, cookies, etc. inside.
  • Remove metal wire twisties and metal handles from paper or plastic containers/bags before placing them in the microwave oven.
  • Install or locate this microwave oven only in accordance with the installation instructions.
  • Eggs in the shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should not be heated in the microwave oven since they may burst, even after the microwave oven is shut off.
  • Always carry out regular checks of the appliance and the power cord to ensure no damage is evident. Should there be any signs that the appliance or the power cord is damaged in the slightest degree, the entire appliance should be returned to the Customer Service Department. For your own safety, only use the accessories and spare parts from the manufacturer which are suitable for the appliance.
  • Only use and store the appliance indoors.
  • Do not use the microwave oven near water, in a wet basement/ garage or near a swimming pool.
  • Attention! Avoid touching hot surfaces, especially the inside of the appliance.
  • Do not cover any vents of the microwave oven.
  • Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the table or counter and keep it away from the heated surface.
  • Failure to maintain the microwave oven clean could lead to deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect the life of the appliance and possible result in a hazardous situation.
  • The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars shall be stirred or shakes and the temperature checked before consumption, in order to avoid burns.
  • tention: heating of beverages in the microwave oven can result in delayed eruptive boiling. Therefore always place a plastic or ceramic spoon in the cup. Be careful when handling the container.
  • The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
  • Always use the appliance on a secure, dry, level surface.
  • Before plugging into a socket, check that the voltage in your home corresponds with the voltage printed on the bottom of the appliance.
  • Never leave the appliance unattended when in use.• For your own safety, only use the accessories and spare parts from the manufacturer which are suitable for the appliance.• Never unplug it from the socket by pulling on the cable.
  • Always ensure that your hands are dry before handling the plug, switch or power cord.
  • Should you decide not to use the appliance anymore, make it inoperative by cutting the power cord after removing the plug from the socket. We
    also recommend making all potentially dangerous parts of the appliance harmless, particularly for children who might be tempted to play with it.
  • Before moving the appliance, make sure it is switched of. Use both hands when moving the appliance.
  • Never immerse any part of the main body, lid, power cord and plug in water or any other liquid to protect against electrical hazards.
  • If the appliance is used for other purposes than intended, or is it not handled in accordance with the instruction manual, the full responsibility for any consequences will rest with the user. Any damages to the product or other things are not covered by the warranty.
  • Be careful with the following materials if they can be used in the microwave oven:
    • aluminium foil yes
    • paper yes
    • cling film yes
    • aluminium tray no
    • microwave dishes yes
    • heatproof plastic yes
    • unglazed pottery no
    • metal cooking utensils no
    • normal glass yes
    • metallic twists yes
    • plate with metallic decoration no
    • mercury thermometer no
    • closed jar
    • bottle with narrow neck no
    • roasting bags yes
  • * By covering thinner parts of foods (such as chicken legs), you prevent them from cooking too quickly. ** Use undecorated kitchen paper to cover food and to absorb grease.
    *** Remove the lid and make sure the jar is not heated too long. The jar may break.
  • Legislation requires that all electrical and electronic equipment must be collected for reuse and recycling. Electrical and electronic equipment marked with the symbol indicating separate collection of such equipment must be returned to a municipal waste collection point.

appliance description

  1. Display
  2. Control panel
  3. Grill rack (only to be used in grill/convection function)
  4. Turntable ring assembly
  5. Turntable shaft
  6. Glass tray
  7. Door with handle and safety interlock system
  8. Observation window
  9. Combi crisp plate
  • 2.1 Button for microwave setting
  • 2.2 Button for grill and combination setting
  • 2.3 Button for convection setting
  • 2.4 Button for defrost setting
  • 2.5 Button for time
  • 2.6 STOP/ reset button
  • 2.7 START/ + 30 SEC-button
  • 2.8 Turn knob for adjusting or choosing auto menu

before first use

Before you use the appliance for the first time, please do as follows: Carefully unpack the appliance and remove all the packaging material. Keep the material (plastic bags and cardboard) out of reach of children. Check the appliance after unpacking for any damage, possible from transportation.

Place the appliance on a flat and stable surface. Make sure there is enough open space around the appliance for the intake and/or outlet vents.
The minimum installation height is 85 cm. The rear surface of
the appliance shall be placed against a wall. Leave a minimum clearance of 30 cm above the microwave. A minimum clearance of 20 cm is required between the microwave oven and any adjacent walls. Do not remove the feet of the microwave. Blocking the intake and/or outlet openings can damage the microwave.Using the microwave oven may cause interference to your radio or TV reception. Place the microwave oven therefore as far away from such devices as possible.

Do not place the microwave oven near a heat source.Clean the microwave oven and the accessories with a damp cloth. The appliance is now ready for use. Note: the new appliance can give off a bit of a ‘new’ smell at the first use, this is perfectly normal and causes no harm to the appliance. Check that the voltage in your home corresponds with the voltage printed on the bottom of the appliance and plug it in a socket

setting the clock

As soon as the microwave oven is plugged in, it will display 0:00 and the buzzer will ring once.

  • Press the button CLOCK once. The display shows 00:00.
  • Turn to adjust the hour. The input should be between 0-23 (24 hour).
  • Press the button CLOCK again and the minutes will flash.
  • Turn to adjust the minutes. The input should be between – 0-59.
  • Press the button CLOCK again to confirm the time. The colon “:” will blink.
    • If the clock is not set, it would not function when powered. The display will show 0:00.
    • If you press STOP during the process of setting the clock the microwave oven will return to the previous setting.

setting the kitchen timer

  • Press the button CLOCK twice. The display will show 00:00.
  • Turn to adjust the correct cooking time. The maximum time is 95 minutes.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the setting.
  • When the set time has ended, the buzzer will ring 5 times and the display will return to the current time.

cooking in the microwave

  • Press the button MICROWAVE and the display will show P100. Press the button MICROWAVE repeatedly to change the power or use – P100-P80-P50-P30-P10.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the power.
  • Turn to adjust the cooking time. The cooking time can be set from 0:05 to 95:00.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. again to confirm the cooking time and start the microwave.
Microwave power Application
P10 = 90 Watt Softening butter or ice cream
P30 = 270 Watt Soup, hotchpot or defrosting
P50 = 450 Watt Hotchpot, fish
P80 = 720 Watt Rice, fish, chicken, grounded meat
P100 = 900 Watt Heating, milk, boiling water, vegetables, heating beverages

The step quantities for adjusting the time are as follows:

  • 0-1 minute: 5 seconds
  • 1-5 minutes: 10 seconds
  • 5-10 minutes: 30 seconds
  • 10-30 minutes : 1 minute
  • 30-95 minutes : 5 minutes

grill or combination cooking

  • Press the button GRILL/COMBI and the display will show G-1. Press the button GRILL/COMBI repeatedly to change the program or use – G-1, C-1, C-2, C-3 or C-4.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the program.
  • Turn to set the right cooking time. The cooking time can be set from 0:05 to 95:00.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. again to start the program.

Extra: If half the grill time passes, the oven will ring twice. This is normal. For a better grilling result, you should turn the food over. Close the door and press START/+30
SEC. again to continue grilling.

combi crisp plate

The combi crisp plate can be used when preparing pizza’s, potatoes, fries, hamburgers and other kinds of meat. The combi crisp plate has a non-stick coating. Use the combi crisp plate without oil or a small amount of oil. If necessary, use an oil spray to lightly spray the ingredients to make them crispier.

Use the combi crisp plate with the combination function C-4 microwave, grill and convection for the best result.

  • Place the combi crisp plate on top of the grill rack and place both on top of the turntable.
  • Press the button GRILL/COMBI and the display will show G-1. Press the button GRILL/COMBI repeatedly to change the program or use to select the program C-4.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the program.
  • Turn to set the right cooking time. The cooking time can be set from 0:05 to 95:00.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. again to start the program.

convection with preheating function

Cooking with convection lets you cook the food as in a traditional oven. The microwave is not used. It is recommended that you should preheat the oven to the necessary temperature before placing the food in the oven.

  • Press the button CONVECTION and on the display will blink 140°c (MN306C/150°C (MN256C).
  • Press the button CONVECTION repeatedly to change the temperature or use . The temperature can be set from 140 to 230°C or 150 to 240°C.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the temperature.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. again to start the preheating. When the preheating temperature is reached, the buzzer will ring twice to remind you to place the food in the oven. The preheated temperature is displayed and will flash.
  • Place the food in the oven, close the door and use to set the desired cooking time. The maximum is 95 minutes.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to start the baking.

Extra:

  • Until the preheating temperature is reached it is not possible to set a cooking time. When the temperature is reached, the door must be opened to set the cooking time.
  • If the time is not put in within 5 minutes, the oven will stop preheating. The buzzer will ring five times and turn back to waiting state.

convection without preheating

You can set a maximum of two stages at once with the microwave oven. If one stage is defrosting, it should be put as the first stage. The buzzer will ring once after each stage and when the next stage will begin.
Example: if you want to defrost the food for 5 minutes and then cook it with 80% microwave power for 7 minutes follow the next steps:

  • Press the button DEFROST twice and the display shows d-2.
  • Turn to adjust the defrosting time to 5 minutes.
  • Press the button MICROWAVE and use to set the microwave power to 80% – P80.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the setting.
  • Turn to adjust the cooking time to 7 minutes.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to start cooking.

quick start

  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to cook with full power (900 Watt) for 30 seconds. Each press on the same button increases the time with 30 seconds. The maximum is 95 minutes.
    or
  • Turn to the left to set the cooking time instantly and press START/+ 30 SEC. to heat the microwave to full power (900 Watt).
  • Press during the use of the microwave, grill, convection or a combination the button START/+30 SEC. to increase the cooking time full power with 30 seconds.
  • When pressed repeatedly on the same button the time increases with 30 seconds.

Extra: 

This function does not work while defrosting or while using a auto menu.

auto menu

  • Turn to the right to select the desired menu and A 1, A 2, A 3….. A 10 will be displayed.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to confirm the menu
  • Turn to select the desired weight and the display will show g.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to start the menu.

Extra:

  • When you choose the menu A 9 – cake, please do not place the cake into the oven at the beginning. The oven first needs to be preheated to 160°C. After several minutes, the buzzer will ring twice to remind you to place the cake into the oven. After placing the cake in the oven, press START/+30 SEC. again to start the baking. The time will countdown and the cake will be baked perfectly.
  • While preparing chicken with menu A 10, the oven will ring twice. This is normal. To get a better grilling result you should turn over the chicken. Close the door and press the button START/+30 SEC. again to continue grilling. When you do nothing the oven will continue grilling.

Overview auto menu

defrosting

  • Press the button DEFROST once to defrost by weight. The display shows d-1.
  • Turn to select the weight of the food. The weight should be between 100 and 2000 gram.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to start defrosting.
  • Press the button DEFROST twice to defrost by time. In the display appears d-2.
  • Turn to select the desired defrosting time. The maximum time is 95 minutes.
  • Press the button START/+30 SEC. to start defrosting.

parental control

This microwave oven has parental control. You can block the control panel so your child can not accidentily activate the microwave
oven.
Activating the lock-out:
Press the button STOP for 3 seconds. A long beep will sound and the display will show . The display will show the current time when set or 0:00.

De-activating the lock out:
To deactivate the lock out, press the button STOP for 3 seconds. A long beep will sound and the icon will disappear.

15 extra

  • When using the microwave oven, press CLOCK to see the current time for 2-3 seconds.
  • While using a function of the microwave oven, you can check the setting by the button MICROWAVE, GRILL/COMBI or CONVECTION. The power or temperature will be displayed for 2-3 seconds.
  • The buzzer will ring once when turning at the beginning.
  • START/+30 SEC. must be pressed again to continue cooking after the door has been openend.
  • On the program is set, but not activated within five minutes, the setting will be canceled and the current time will be displayed (when set)
  • The buzzer will only sound once by sufficient pressing the button. If you do not press the button correctly there will be no soundsignal and the function will not activate.
  • The buzzer will ring five times to remind you when the cooking has ended.

cleaning & maintenance

Before cleaning the microwave oven be sure to switch it off and unplug it. Leave the microwave oven to cool down completely.

Interior
Clean the inside of the appliance after every use. Use a damp cloth. For a thorough cleaning use warm soapy water and dry the interior.

Accessories
Clean the separate accessories such as the turntable, the roller stay, the grill rack and the combi crisp plate with warm soapy water. These accessories, except the combi crisp plate, can also be cleaned in the dishwasher. Thoroughly dry everything before using them again.

Exterior
Clean the exterior of the appliance with a damp cloth or sponge. If necessary use a mild detergent. Also clean the door and the door seal.

problems & solutions

Check the solutions below before contacting your supplier or our technical department in case of a problem.

Problem Solution
The microwave oven does not start Is the power cord plugged in?

Is the fuse or circuit breaker blown?

The microwave oven does not heat Did the door close correctly? Open the door and shut it well again.
The turntable makes noise Clean the roller ring for the turntable and the bottom of the microwave oven.
The food is not well defrosted Has the power and time been set correctly? Did you stir or turn the food at least once whilst defrosting?

technical specifications

  • Model MN256C
  • Voltage 230Volt ~50Hz
  • Input power 1500 Watt
  • Microwave power 900 Watt
  • Input power – grill 1400 Watt
  • Input power – convection 2400 Watt
  • Capacity 25 liter
  • Turntable Ø 315 mm
  • External dimensions 510 x 460 x 310 mm
  • Internal dimensions 327 x 330 x 206 mm
  • Net weight ± 14,1 kg

 

  • Model MN306C
  • Voltage 230Volt ~50Hz
  • Input power 1450 Watt
  • Microwave power 900 Watt
  • Input power – grill 1100 Watt
  • Input power – convection 2500 Watt
  • Capacity 30 liter
  • Turntable Ø 315 mm
  • External dimensions 520 x 510 x 326 mm
  • Internal dimensions 334 x 348 x 244 mm
  • Net weight ± 19,9 kg

general terms and conditions of service and warranty

We do not need to remind you of the importance of service. After all, we develop our products to a standard so that you
can enjoy them for many years, without any concerns. If, nevertheless, there is a problem, we believe you are entitled to a solution straight away. Hence our products come with an exchange service, on top of the rights and claims you are entitled to by law. By exchanging a product or part, we save you time, effort and costs.

2-year full manufacturer’s warranty

  1. Customers enjoy a 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty on all Inventum products. Within this period, a faulty product or part will always be exchanged for a new model, free of charge. In order to claim under the 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty, you can either return the product to the shop you bought it from or contact the Inventum costumer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag.
  2. The 2-year warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
  3. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt.
  4. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.

5-year Inventum warranty

  1. Inventum offers a 5-year warranty on most large domestic appliances and a selection of small domestic appliances. This 5-year Inventum warranty consists of a 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty, extended by a further 3-year warranty. The only thing you need to do to qualify for the 3-year extended warranty is to register the product within 45 days of purchase. You can read more about registering the product in the following paragraph.
  2. In accordance with the 5-year Inventum warranty provisions, a faulty product or part will always be exchanged for a new model during the first 2 years under the warranty. During the 3rd to 5th year under the warranty, you will only pay the costs of exchange. The current costs of exchange are listed at www.inventum.eu/omruilkosten.
  3. In order to claim under the 5-year Inventum warranty, you can either return the product to the shop you bought it from or contact the Inventum costumer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag.
  4. The 5-year warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
  5. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt.
  6. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.

Product registration

  1. The 3-year extended warranty is easy to obtain, free of charge, by registering the product within 45 days of purchase, via the website www.inventum.eu/garantie-registratie. If you did not register the product within 45 days of purchase, you can still do so up to 2 years after the purchase date. However, there will be a charge. The one-off registration charge is € 89 for each separate product. Registration is possible only for products that are subject to the 5-year Inventum warranty. Whether the product qualifies for the 5-year Inventum warranty is stated in the product user manual and in the product information sheet, on Inventum’s website.
  2. The warranty period always starts from the date the product is bought. If the product is registered for the extended warranty at a later date, the warranty period still starts from the original date of purchase.
  3. The 3-year extended warranty can only be applied for if you are in the possession of a copy of the original receipt and the Inventu 5- year warranty certificate.

Large domestic appliances

  1. Breakdowns or faults in large domestic appliances (separate and built-in white goods) can be registered via the form at
    www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag, by calling the Inventum costumer service department or in the store where you bought the device. The telephone number of the costumer service department can be found at www.inventum.eu.
  2. In the event of breakdowns or faults in large domestic appliances, Inventum will have the option to have a service engineer inspect the faulty device onsite at the customer in the Netherlands and to carry out repairs, there and then. The Inventum customer service department can also decide to have the device exchanged.
  3. If you suffer a breakdown or fault in a large domestic appliance during the first 2 years from the date of purchase, Inventum will not charge any costs for the exchange, call-out or for parts and labour.
  4. If you registered the product as described before at www.inventum.eu/garantie-registratie and you subsequently report a breakdown of a large domestic appliance in the 3rd to 5th year of the date of purchase, the 5-year Inventum warranty applies and the device will be repaired or exchanged, free of charge. In the event of a repair or exchange of the device, you only pay the costs of exchange. The current costs of exchange are listed at www.inventum.eu/omruilkosten. If you did not register the product, th 3- year extended warranty does not apply.
  5. When reporting a breakdown or fault, a service engineer will contact the customer within 1 working day in order to make an appointment. When the report is made in a weekend or during a public holiday, this will be the next working day.
  6. If you report a breakdown or fault via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag, you will be kept informed of the progress via mobile messages and e-mail.
  7. The warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
  8. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt and the Inventum 5-year warranty certificate.
  9. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.

Breakdowns or faults outside the warranty period

  1. Breakdowns or faults in small or large domestic appliances outside the warranty period, can be reported to the costumer services department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag or by calling the costumer services department.
  2. The costumer services department may ask you to send the product for inspection or repair. The costs of dispatch will be at your expense.
  3. The inspection to establish whether repair is possible involves a charge. You need to grant your permission for this, in advance.
  4. In the event of a large domestic appliance, Inventum, at your request, can send out a service engineer. In that case, you will be charged the call-out costs, as well as parts and labour.
  5. In the event of an instruction to repair, the repair costs must be paid in advance. In the event of a repair by a service engineer, the costs of the repair must be settled with the engineer onsite, preferably by means of PIN payment.

Warranty exclusions

  1. The following is excluded from the aforesaid warranties:
    • normal wear and tear;
    • improper use or misuse;
    • insufficient maintenance;
    • failure to comply with the operating and maintenance instructions;
    • unprofessional installation or repairs by third parties or the customer himself;
    • non-original parts used by the customer;
    • use for commercial or business purposes;
    • removal of the serial number and/or rating label.
  2. In addition, the warranty does not apply to normal consumer goods, such as:
    • dough hooks, baking tins, (carbon) filters, etc.;
    • batteries, bulbs, carbon filters, fat filters etc.;
    • external connection cables;
    • glass accessories and glass parts such as oven doors;
    • and similar items.
  3. Transport damage not caused by Inventum is also excluded. Therefore, inspect your new device before starting to use it. If you detect any damage, you must report this to the store where you purchased the product within 5 working days, or to the Inventum customer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag. If transport damage is not reported within this period, Inventum does not accept any liability in this respect.
  4. The following are excluded from warranty and/or replacement: faults, loss of and damage to the device as a result of an event that is normally insured under the home contents insurance.

Important to know

  1. The replacement or repair of a faulty product, or a part thereof, does not lead to an extension of the original warranty period.
  2. Parts that have been replaced, packaging material and exchanged devices are taken back by the service engineer and become the property of Inventum.
  3. If a complaint is unfounded, all costs arising from it will be at the customer’s expense.
  4. Following expiry of the warranty period, all costs of repair or replacement, including administration costs, dispatch and call-out charges, will be charged to the customer.
  5. Inventum cannot be held liable for damage as a result of devices built in incorrectly.
  6. Inventum cannot be held liable for damage caused by external events, unless this liability arises from mandatory statutory provisions.
  7. These warranty and service provisions are governed by Dutch law. Disputes will be settled exclusively by the competent Dutch court.

Documents / Resources

INVENTUM MN256C Microwave Oven [pdf] Instruction Manual
MN256C, MN306C, MN256C Microwave Oven, Microwave Oven

References

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