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The Panasonic NN-CT579SBPQ is made for kitchens with limited space and combines the efficiency of a microwave with the traditional browning and roasting of a conventional oven to ensure that your meal choice is endless. The convection oven offers a huge temperature range, 100-220°C, which ensures the success when cooking anything from meringues, cakes and pastries to Yorkshire Puddings and roast joints. In addition, the versatility that the Convection Oven and Grill provide, results in many greater options and methods for your preparation of food, while significantly reducing the cooking time by half to two thirds. The sleek and stylish stainless steel is not only for aesthetics but also hygiene and ease of use; it is a lot simpler to clean than other material.
Space in your kitchen is always at a premium, especially when preparing ingredients. The Slimline Combination Oven with a large 27 Litre Dish Capacity takes up 20% less space on the work surface than a comparable Combination Oven because Panasonic have moved the fan to the roof of the oven rather than at the back, reducing the depth of the oven by 20%.
Available on most Panasonic microwave ovens, the conventional and bulky transformer and capacitor components are replaced with a compact circuit board which provides many user-friendly benefits such as:
Chaos Defrost uses random pulses of microwave energy to dramatically reduce defrosting times. Not only does this speed up the defrosting process, but is also produces very even defrosting allowing the food to be used immediately for cooking.
The 1300W Quartz Grill with three settings heats up instantly to brown and cook all traditionally grilled foods.
With 13 Auto Weight programs the user is spoilt for choice. A selection of foods can be cooked automatically by selecting from the auto-weight options available, just simply enter the weight and the correct cooking mode, saving the user having to look up the correct procedures for their food. By offering such simplicity; time and energy can be saved by optimising the microwave energies.
Visit Panasonic’s new The Ideas Kitchen website for advice on your Panasonic microwave oven as well as recipes, cooking tips and offers.This allows customers to become part of an online cooking community and features UK chef Daniel Galmiche. Using his award winning recipes and quick tips, you can get the most out of your Panasonic Microwave. Users can also create their own space in “My Account” saving their favourite recipes and ideas.
If the clock button is pressed more than once, (normally three times depending on the model, please check operating manual for instructions) Demo Mode is activated. The clock button will need to be pressed the same amount of times again to deactivate Demo Mode. (This function can be used to experiment with the programs without using any micro power).
Check to see if the Demo Mode has been activated (the letter D will show up in the display), if it is not in this mode then there is a fault and the unit will need to go to the nearest ASC.
There is a fan which will continue running after use, this helps to cool down the electrical br />components. It will run for a couple of minutes after use and it is quite normal. However, if the turntable continues to rotate during this procedure then the unit should be referred to the nearest ASC.
The child lock has been set on the machine, you will need to deactivate it by pressing the stop/ cancel button three times (the number of presses may depend on the model of the microwave, so please check the operating manual for further assistance). You can also activate this feature by pressing the stop/cancel button the same amount of times.
The microwave does not have an airtight seal between the inner and outer glass panels of the door. This is to allow expansion during cooking and prevents the glass from cracking. Steam and warm air can escape from the door. This is normal and no microwave energy is present in the air that is escaping. Please make sure that the door seals and inner glass are kept clean to allow correct airflow and minimize the amount of condensation forming between the glass. Condensation forming is not an indication of a fault.
Strong cooking smells may linger within your oven. They can be removed by squeezing lemon juice into a bowl of cold water and heating on high power for several minutes to allow the steam to freshen the microwave. Alternatively cooking with highly flavoured products such as wine, vinegar or lemon juice will reduce the smells.
This varies from model to model; unfortunately there is not one set procedure. Please refer to the operating manual for the microwave.
This can be due to a low load; modern microwave ovens have considerable heating power, which can attack the oven interior if used with an insufficient load. If the microwave is operated in a low load or no load condition, this excess energy will be absorbed and focused at the weakest point of the cavity or door. Please be advised that this energy will not normally focus at this point with a normal requirement of food material in the cavity. Low load items are items of food that contain little or no liquid.
Unfortunately the bulb cannot be replaced by the customer but only by an ASC.
There can be interference with TV’s and Radio’s whilst the oven is in use. The interference is similar to that caused by other small appliances, and also natural microwaves that are in the atmosphere at all times. It does not indicate that there is a problem with the machine.
This is quite normal, especially if they have a Micro/Grill or Convection model and have been using the Convection, Grill or Combination functions.
This will be down to arcing, which can occur if metal has been used in the microwave or if the incorrect weight has been entered. Also if using the accessories, if they are damaged in any way this may cause arcing also.
Switch the unit off at the mains, and check the fuse in the plug. If no problem is found then the unit will need to be referred to the nearest ASC.
Do not remove this card, it is the waveguide cover. It has to stay within the microwave as this is where the energy enters the cavity. If removed or broken, the part can be purchased from Panasonic and fitted by the consumer.
The accessories do need to be left in the microwave whilst preheating.
No, all accessories must be removed from the microwave when going through the burning oil process.
The microwave oven was everything that we wanted, the stainless steel matched our existing kettle/ toaster/hood, and so easy setup using the provided book, which gives so many... Read morePublished 3 days ago by peter harper
Very pleased. We bought this as a replacement for a previous identical model that we bought about 5 years previously and which we used two or three times a day every day for the... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bernard S
Good machine but it had a fault and then the problems started. I sent it back and had a refund, think carefully about buying an electrical appliance on line! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jane Smith
Not my first-but wish the it had a rotating table-microwave pattern does not cover the whole interior........Published 8 days ago by edward gray
We bought this as a house warming gift and the recipients are really chuffed with itPublished 9 days ago by mikey
Had the previous model for 13 years, faultless, new model does the job even faster great productPublished 9 days ago by Michael Kingdon
As much as a microwave can be called a classic (it can't really, it's just a microwave) the previous version of this was it. Intuitive to use, bakes as it grills as it irradiates. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Sam Hare