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[Microwave] Noise when sterilizing feeding bottles

  • Noises
  • Other Noises While Cooking
  • Troubleshooting
  • Microwave Ovens, Refrigerators
  • Last Updated 07/04/2014

 

Noise when sterilizing feeding bottles

 

Questions

      Does popping sound occur during sterilizing a feeding bottle?

 

○ Detailed answer

      The popping sound occurs due to rapid heating of water molecules to reach above 100 ℃.

       Please follow instructions below for sterilizing feeding bottles.

    

       - When using auto cook, fill 1/3 of the bottle with water. Flip the rubber teat and place on the top

          of the bottle before heating. Using boiled water reduces the popping sound.

       -  When sterilizing only one bottle, put it in the middle of turntable.

           For 3~4 bottles, put them on the edge of turntable.

       - When using manual cooking, wait for the water in the bottle to boil and finish after one minute.

 

 

 

If the problem is not resolved, please call  LG Support representative on 1800-180 -9999 (Toll Free)

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