Before First Use
Carefully remove the convection oven from the packaging. Remove any stickers or temporarily labels affixed to the oven.
Hand wash and dry the oven rack and the nonstick baking pan. Reinsert the rack.
Plug the power cord into a 120V electrical outlet away from the edge of the counter.
For the first use, we suggest preheating the convection oven without food to burn off any oils used for manufacturing.
For Toasting: Position rack in the lower slot. Turn the Toast control knob to the desired level of browning.
For Baking: Position the rack in the lower slot. Choose the heat setting using the temperature knob and then set the timer. Avoid opening the door while cooking, as it will release the heat.
For Convection Baking: Set up and operate the oven as described for Baking, then press the “Convection” button to start the convection fan.
For Broiling: Position rack in the middle slot. Turn the temperature control knob to the Broil setting and set the timer.
For Warming: Position rack in the lower slot. Chose “warm” setting on the temperature control knob and set the timer.
Cleaning & Care
Before cleaning, carefully unplug the convection oven and let it cool completely before cleaning.
Crumb Tray, Baking pan, broil pan: Hand wash the inserts using warm water and mild detergent. Ensure dryness before reinserting into the oven.
Convection Oven: Use a damp wash cloth to wipe the inside and outside of the oven.
Tips for Successful Operation
Metal and glass baking pans are suggested.
Broil with the door open for short cooking times to add crispness. Broil with door closed for tender items such as fish.
For baking, we recommend that you preheat the oven for 5 minutes to allow the oven to fully heat to the selected temperature.
For a crisper pizza crust, bake directly on the racks.