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Gorenje is a well-known brand and one of Europe’s leading appliance manufacturers. The multi-award winning company is pervasive wherever innovative products of high quality are required. Gorenje products are sold in more than 60 countries. The core product range includes all types of home appliances, branded Gorenje, Asko, Atag, Pelgrim, Upo, Mora, Etna and Körting. Since its founding in 1950, Gorenje has been able to extend its offerings. Now, it supplies cooling, cooking and laundry appliances, as well as dishwashers.
There are many cases in which it is necessary to have the operating instructions for the device available. For example, if you want to buy an original spare part or accessory for your Gorenje microwave oven, you can often find the necessary information in the user manual. In a manual the exact product designations and also order numbers of accessories are given. With this information it is then no longer a problem to find and buy the right and suitable accessories.
Where can I find a user manual for Gorenje microwave?
Gorenje provides a comprehensive customer service and support area. This encompasses not just a FAQ section and a Service Hotline, but also the opportunity of downloading the operating manual of your Gorenje product. For quickly finding the proper owner’s handbook just follow the link below and enter the model name or product code of your appliance.
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User manuals can be downloaded online for the following Gorenje microwaves
BM235ORAB, BCM547S12X, BCM547ST, BM251S7XG, BM171A4XG, BM171E2X, BCM598S18X and more.
Tip - Which dishes can be put in a microwave oven?
Of course you should only put food, liquids and food-safe containers in your microwave. But it is not always easy to determine whether something is really microwave safe. Below are a few information on microwaveable containers.
Many types of items can be placed in the microwave. Pay attention to the information in your operating instructions!
Normally the following materials/objects are suitable for the microwave:
Glass and ceramic tableware is generally microwaveable. Objects made of crystal glass or handmade pottery are not suitable.
Plastic containers, e.g. Tupperware
Not all plastics are microwave suitable. For example, you should not put disposable plastics (for yoghurt pots, quark, ...) are used. Also do not use any cracked, old or discoloured plastic containers. However, plastic containers intended for long-term use, such as Tupperware, can be used in the microwave.
If it is a simple paper plate, then it can be put in the microwave. Paper plates that are coated with a thin layer of plastic are not suitable for microwaves. Paper plates or paper bowls have to be marked as microwaveable.