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Panasonic NN-CT559WBPQ Slimline Combi Microwave and Grill.

The Panasonic NN-CT559WBPQ comprises a microwave, grill and convection oven, which can be used in any dual combination. Includes an inverter system for fast and effective cooking. Microwave:Microwave power output 1000 watts.6 microwave power settings.Grill:Grill power output 1300 watts.3 grill power settings.Oven:Convection oven power output 1300 watts.10 convection oven settings.Convection temperature range from 100 to 220°C.Programmes:Auto start/cook with 10 settings.Auto weight defrost.Chaos defrost.General information:Touch control.White.Interior capacity 27 litres.Child safety lock.34cm diameter rotating turntable.Accessories included: round wire rack and enamel tray.Size H31, W51, D39cm.Weight 15kg.EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 5025232513697.
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Can you cook a roast and yorkshire puddings?
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Kate
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According to the book - it does just about everything. Im happy with mine, and practice will be the key.
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Paul
Location: Norfolk
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I've cooked a roast joint and potatoes but as yet no yorkshires, but I don't see why you couldn't.
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Carol
Location: UK
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I would think you could but we have not tried yet,
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Chr15
Location: North yorkshire
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Yes no problem. It can be used as a conventional fan oven.
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Anne
Location: UK
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Yes, you could. I'd do the meat using convection/microwave combination and do the yorkshire pudding on convection while the meat was resting. You'd have to do the potatoes and other vegetables in the traditional way.
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SueN
Location: UK
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You can certainly cook a roast on both microwave, convection or combination settings but I would think you could only cook yorkshire puddings using the convection feature.
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Jane
Location: England
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Put the roast on the bottom plate then maybe cover it for the final 4 mins where you put yorkshire puds on the wire rack(assuming shop bought puds..I dont bother with making my own but I suppose you would use the base plate and longer cooking time..
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memme
Location: UK
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using the combination with microwave or convection oven
I can't seem to work out how to use the combination with microwave or convection without the grill coming on. Every time I have used either, the food gets burnt with half the time still to run. Is that the way it is supposed to be?
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kayolly
Location: bristol
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It is important not to put any food or container in the oven until the heat has built up and the 'ping' invites you to set the time.
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Coops
Location: Kent
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I think the grill part you are looking at is the actual cooking element , have you preheated the oven when you are using it? you can use it like an ordinary oven by just pressing combination and then low micro power , hope this helps its trial and error but there is also a helpline number on the back of the instruction booklet .
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kath
Location: manchester
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can this be placed into a built in location.
this is replacing a sharp of the same o/a size.
the opening is 60w60d 58h.
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Brian
Location: BH24
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Would not recommend it as it puts out a lot of heat on some settings
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Octy
Location: Northants
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the handbook states that it is not suitable for built in. it goes on to say it must have 150mm clear at top, 50mm on one side with the other side open and 100mm at rear. what distance constitutes "open" i do not know but you would only have 80mm clear in total at sides
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sailorbob
Location: essex
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?chunk out of bottom door
Very pleased with oven which we have had for two weeks. However, last night I noted what looked like a chunk missing from bottom left of door as you look at the oven, also top of same side with what looked like some past missing.

Before taking back urgently, is this part of the design.
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wendy
Location: Swansea
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No need to worry it is part of the design,mine is the same.
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Lindylou
Location: middlesex
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Hi,
Thanks for your question.
The door of the microwave should be sealed all around the product, as I can not see the product I am not sure quite what you mean.
The item should look like the picture shows, if you are at all unhappy you can return the item along with your receipt to your local store for further assistance, if the item was home delivered please call 0845 640 20 20 quoting your order number and we will be happy to help you further.
I am so sorry for the obvious disappointment and inconvenience this matter has caused.
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Argos Helper 20
Location: Argos
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Is the convection oven a fan oven?
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
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puzzled
Location: Wirral
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Yes, the convection mode incorporates a heating element with a fan.
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
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Lindylou
Location: Harefield
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Yes standard Microwave function
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
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Peter
Location: Norwich, Norfolk
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inside my microwave to the right there is a panel approx. 3 inches square which appears to be made of carboard, does this have to be removed ?
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
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jenny
Location: west bromwich
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There is a rectangle (cardboard like) on the right panel near the light inside of the oven ,this must NOT be removed as it is the microwave feed guide.
I have this microwave and it states this on page 8 of instruction book.
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
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Lindylou
Location: Harefield
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Thank you for your question.

After looking into your query I can confirm that the Panasonic NN-CT559WBPQ Slimline Combi Microwave and Grill would need to be free of all cardboard as this would be for packaging purposes. We do advise you remove the cardboard as this could be a hazard to the user.

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Argos_Helper_63
Location: Acton Gate
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Is the heating element exposed?
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JayDee
Location: Bekshire
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It is protected behind a metal mesh so you can not touch it with fingures
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Octy
Location: Northants
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is this model fitted with auto sensor
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loulou
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If you mean a sepeate temp probe to place in the food - NO
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Octy
Location: Northants
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can you bake in a convection oven
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edna
Location: Dagenham
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Yes it has a convection oven setting - the grill element is used to heat the over and it uses an internal fan to circulate the hot air but the temp is auto set to 150C. I have not used this function and guess you would need to experiment to get the best out of it. You can also use it in combination mode with the Convection and microwave functions used to cook a meal.
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Octy
Location: Northants
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does oven have fan assisted
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bill
Location: wednesbury
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Thank you for using Argos Q&A

Checked with the supplier, who confirmed there is no fan in the oven.
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Argos helper 25
Location: Acton
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