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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Do not use the appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if the appliance has malfunctioned, or if it has been damaged in any manner. Return the unit to the nearest authorized service centre for inspection, repair or adjustment. The use of attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause hazards and injuries. Do not place the appliance on or near an electric cooktop or operating gas cooktop. [. . . ] Mode knob Time knob Indicator light cap Foot Drip pan Cooking grill Drip pan handle Heating element
Read all the chapters of this manual and follow all instructions carefully. Before using your convection oven
▲ Before using your electric convection oven for the first time, be sure to: 1. Check that the oven is disconnected from the electrical outlet and that its time knob is in the "OFF" position. Dry all the accessories thoroughly and reassemble them in the oven, plug the oven into an electrical outlet. After reassembling your oven, we recommend that you operate it at the highest temperature
setting (230°C) using the Grill mode for about 15 minutes to remove any packaging residues that may remain after shipping. This also eliminates all traces of odour that were originally present. Note: When first used, the appliance may emit some smoke and a slight odour (for about 15 minutes). This is due to the combustion of the protective substance applied to the heating elements in the factory. Using your convection oven
About rotating heat cooking
Rotating heat cooking combines hot air movements generated by a fan with conventional functions (grill , brown , cook ). Rotating heat usually allows faster cooking than conventional electric radiant heat ovens. The fan gently propels air into the food areas, allowing them to be cooked and browned quickly, preserving their moisture and flavour. The air movements make the temperature around the food uniform, making cooking more homogeneous compared to conventional ovens where some areas are warmer and others colder. The rotating heat allows you to cook at lower temperatures, saving energy and helping to keep the kitchen cooler. With rotating heat, very hot air circulates around the food, which significantly speeds up their cooking compared to conventional ovens. Using your rotating heat oven Familiarise yourself with the functions, controls and accessories of the oven before first use: Temperature knob (H): Set the temperature between 100°C and 230°C for browning, cooking or grilling. ρ Mode knob (I): This oven is equipped with four modes for different types of cooking. (upper and lower heating
(lower heating elements)
elements) Time knob (J): Turn it to the right (clockwise) to cook/bake or use it as a timer. This knob also includes a bell that goes off when the set time has elapsed. Once the temperature and mode are selected, set the timer to the desired time. Drip pan (M): For cooking and roasting meats, poultry, fish and many other foods. CAUTION: Take extreme care when removing the drip pan, grill, and any hot containers from a hot oven. Always use the drip pan handle or pot holders to remove hot items from the oven. [. . . ] Note: The grill should be positioned in the middle of the oven with the recesses pointing downwards. For best results, it is recommended to preheat the oven for 15 minutes at 230°C. Cooking
Set the temperature knob to the desired temperature. The food should be placed as close as possible to the lower heating elements without touching them. [. . . ]
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