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Care And Cleaning - Black & Decker CTO100 Series Use And Care Book Manual

Black & decker use and care manual countertop convection oven cto100 series
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5. If you want to stop the toasting before the timing cycle is complete, turn the toast shade
selector to TOAST OFF.
6. Using an oven mitt or pot holder, open the door and slide out the slide rack to remove food.
Caution: The oven is hot. Do not let your skin touch any surface.
Preheating
Note: For best baking results, always preheat the oven for 5 minutes.
Use the preheating gauge as a visual reference. Needle on gauge points to Ready when the set
oven temperature is reached. The letter "R" in the gauge marking "Ready" represents approximately
300°F (150°C).
Baking
1. Turn the temperature control to the desired temperature setting. Turn the timer to the desired
number of minutes, include preheating in timing.
2. Once oven is heated to desired temperature place the bake pan
containing food to be cooked on the slide rack and insert into oven (A).
3. The heating elements will cycle on and off to maintain the temperature.
To momentarily stop cooking, open the oven door; the heating elements
and the POWER indicator light go out. The timer continues to
countdown. To continue cooking, close the door. The heating elements
and the POWER indicator light turn back on. Check food for doneness at
A
minimum time.
4. Using the 120-minute bake timer, you will hear a bell sound once it reaches the set time. The
POWER indicator light goes out and the oven automatically shuts off. When finished cooking,
turn the temperature control to OFF. If cooking is done before the bell sounds, turn the timer to
(OFF). The POWER indicator goes out. Turn the temperature control to OFF.
5. Using an oven mitt or pot holder, open the door and slide out the slide rack to remove the bake
pan.
Caution: The oven is hot. Do not let your skin touch any surface.
Convection Cooking
To use for convection cooking press the convection switch to the ON position. Watch time
carefully as many foods will bake in less time in this mode. Turn switch to OFF after use.
Broiling
1. Insert the broil rack in the bake pan and place both on the slide rack (B).
2. Insert the slide rack in the top rack slot.
Note: The oven does not need to be preheated for broiling.
3. Turn the temperature control to BROIL. Closely monitor the food.
a. Using the 120-minute bake timer, turn the timer to the desired number
of minutes. You will hear a bell sound once it reaches the set time.
B
The POWER indicator light goes out and the oven automatically shuts
off. When finished broiling, turn the temperature control to BAKE OFF.
b. If broiling is done before the bell sounds, turn the timer to (OFF). The POWER indicator
goes out. Turn the temperature control to BAKE OFF.
4. To momentarily stop broiling, open the oven door, the heating elements and the POWER
indicator light go out. Close the door to resume broiling. The heating elements and the POWER
indicator turn back on. Check food for doneness at minimum cooking time.
5. When finished broiling, using an oven mitt or pot holder, slide out slide rack to remove
bake pan.
Caution: The oven is hot. Do not let your skin touch any surface.
6. Be sure when broiling is finished to turn the temperature control to BAKE OFF and 120-minute
bake timer to (OFF).
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Care and Cleaning

This product contains no user serviceable parts. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
1. Turn off unit, unplug from wall outlet and let it cool before cleaning.
2. Clean the glass door with a nylon pad and sudsy water. Do not use a spray glass cleaner.
3. To remove slide rack, open the door, pull the rack forward and out. Wash in warm, sudsy water
or in a dishwasher.
To remove stubborn spots, use a polyester or nylon pad.
To replace the slide rack, open the door completely, slide into the rail and close the door.
4. Wash the bake pan and broil rack in warm, sudsy water or in the dishwasher. To minimize
scratching, use a polyester or nylon pad.
Note: Bake pan is not nonstick.
5. To remove the crumb tray, grasp the handle at the front of the oven and
pull it out (C). Dispose of crumbs and wash the tray in warm, sudsy water.
Remove stubborn spots with a nylon mesh pad. Be sure to dry thoroughly
before inserting the tray back into the oven.
Interior
1. Unplug the oven and let it cool, then wipe with a soapy sponge or nylon
C
pad after each use.
2. Do not use a chemical oven cleaner. Do not use any abrasive cleansers or scouring pads. Dry
with paper towel or soft cloth.
Exterior
Let the oven cool completely before cleaning any outer surface. Wipe with a damp cloth or sponge
and dry with paper towel or soft cloth.
Cooking Containers
Metal or ceramic bakeware without glass lids can be used in your oven.
Follow manufacturer's instructions. Be sure the top edge of the container is at least 1" (2.54 cm)
away from the upper heating elements.
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