Frigidaire FFMV164LSA Microwave Manual

Frigidaire FFMV164LSA Microwave Manual

The Frigidaire Microwave model number FFMV164LSA has been discontinued but its manuals can be found online

In addition to offering up to 300 CFM of air, this over-the-range microwave offers potent cooking performance and a few practical cooking alternatives. You have a variety of heating options thanks to the ten (10) power settings and the three (3) automatic reheat options.

With just one button press, you may roast potatoes, make popcorn, or even add 30 seconds to a cooking time. Furthermore, a generous 1.6 cu. ft. interior has room for practically any dish, including a 13 x 9-inch baking dish.

The extra-sized glass turntable, which spins for even cooking, can handle huge casserole plates and bowls without a problem.

As a market leader in home appliances, Frigidaire competes with many other businesses with its exceptional goods and services.

They have humanized their technology through significant breakthroughs to produce clutter-free appliance designs, simple controls, and features that are both sensitive and intelligent.

Frigidaire FFMV164LSA Microwave Manual Instructions

Once you’ve purchased your Frigidaire FFMV164LSA Microwave, look over it to look for any damage, such as a bent or misaligned door, harmed door seals and sealing surfaces, broken or faulty door hinges and latches, and dents on the cavity or on the door.

Avoid using the microwave if there is any damage and call your dealer instead. NEVER operate the microwave without the turntable and support, and NEVER flip the turntable over to fit a large dish inside. Both clockwise and counterclockwise rotations are possible on the turntable.

To absorb microwave radiation, FOOD SHOULD ALWAYS BE IN THE MICROWAVE WHEN IT IS ON. You might hear the magnetron turning on and off when using the microwave at power levels lower than 100%.

Halfway through cooking, switch dishes like meatballs around from top to bottom and the center to the edges. Increase standing time. If you can, take the meal out of the microwave and stir it. The dish can finish cooking without overcooking if it is covered for a while.

Verify completion. Keep an eye out for indications that the temperature is appropriate for cooking.

CONCERNING UTENSILS  AND COVERINGS

Not all cookware needs to be replaced. Your new Frigidaire FFMV164LSA Microwave oven can be successfully utilized with many items you already have in your kitchen. Make sure the cooking utensil doesn’t come in contact with the inner walls.

Ideal covers include:

Paper towels are useful for absorbing grease while cooking bacon and covering food while it is being reheated.

Wax paper can be heated up and used for cooking.  Microwave-safe plastic wrap can be utilized for both cooking and reheating. DON’T let plastic wrap come in contact with food. a vent to allow steam to escape.

Microwave-safe lids are a good option because the food cooks more quickly because heat is maintained nearby. Foods that require tenderizing or huge meats can benefit from cooking in microwave oven bags.

AVOID using metal twist ties. Slit the bag so that the steam may escape.

Put a meat thermometer in a dense or thick portion of the meat, away from fat or bone, to determine when it is done. Unless the thermometer is authorized for use in a microwave oven, NEVER leave it in the food while it is cooking.

When handling utensils that come into touch with hot food, ALWAYS use potholders to avoid burns. It is possible for skin burns to result from the food’s heat passing through utensils.

Keep hands and face away from steam to prevent steam burns. Carefully break popcorn and oven cooking packets away from the face by slowly lifting the dish’s furthest edge.

To avoid the possibility of overcooking food, keep an eye on the cooking process often while the Frigidaire FFMV164LSA Microwave is in operation.

Food is protected from microwave energy by metal, which results in inconsistent cooking. Avoid using foil trays, thermometers, and metal skewers as well. Arcing from metal utensils can harm your microwave oven.

When you use wooden bowls and boards in the microwave, they will dry out and could split or break. The identical reaction will occur with wooden baskets.

With this microwave’s 10 power settings, you may choose the power level that is most appropriate for the sort of food you are making. It is always advisable to adhere to the microwave recommendations listed on food packaging while preparing food in the microwave.

Make careful to put cooked meats in a microwave-safe dish on a roasting rack. If required, use thin sheets of aluminum foil to cover any bone tips or slender meat regions as the beef is cooked fat side down.

Before letting the meat stand for the necessary amount of time after cooking, measure the temperature multiple times.

Make sure you roast your fowl on a rack that can be used in a microwave. Wax paper should be used to cover chicken to avoid splattering. To protect any bone tips, thin meat slices, or regions that are beginning to overcook, use thin sheets of aluminum foil.

Before letting the meat stand for the necessary amount of time after cooking, check the temperature multiple times.

I cant post all the instructions in the manual in this blog post. I’d recommend you download the User Care manual from this link to read more information contained in the manual.

You can also read more information on other Frigidaire microwave models on this site…specifically the Frigidaire FFMV1645TS Microwave

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