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Exterior Surfaces; Troubleshooting; Care And Cleaning - Black & Decker CTO4500SC Use And Care Book Manual

Black & decker convection countertop oven user manual
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note: This feature is designed to keep already cooked foods warm after they have been cooked.
This function should only be used for short periods of time; to prevent food from drying out, cover
with foil.
4. When cycle is complete, there will be an audible signal. The oven and the on indicator light will
go off.
5. If not using the oven timer, turn the oven to oFF once warming cycle is complete.
6. Unplug appliance when not in use.

care and cleaning

This product contains no user serviceable parts. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
cleAninG YoUR oven
important: Before cleaning any part, be sure the oven is off, unplugged, and cool. Always dry
parts thoroughly before returning to oven after cleaning.
1. Clean the glass door with a sponge, soft cloth or nylon pad and sudsy warm water. do not use
a spray glass cleaner.
2. To remove the slide rack, open the door, and pull the rack forward and out. Wash the slide
rack in sudsy warm water. To remove stubborn spots, use a polyester or nylon pad.
3. Wash the bake pan/drip tray and broil rack in sudsy warm water. To minimize scratching, use
a polyester or nylon pad
1. Pull out crumb tray (K).
2. dispose of crumbs and wipe tray with a dampened cloth, or wash
in sudsy warm water.
3. Be sure to dry thoroughly before inserting the tray back into
the oven.


important: the oven top surface gets hot. Be sure the oven has
cooled completely before cleaning.
Wipe the top and exterior walls with a damp cloth or sponge. dry thoroughly.
ADDitionAl tiPS FoR cleAninG tHe inteRioR oF YoUR oven
• Heat oven to 200°F; turn oven off. Place shallow glass bowl containing ½ cup ammonia on
rack. Close oven door and let stand overnight. Next day, open oven, remove bowl and wipe
interior of oven with moist paper towels.
• To refresh air inside oven, lay strips of orange or lemon peel on rack. Heat oven to 350°F and
bake for 30 minutes. Turn oven off and let stand until oven is completely cool. Remove peel.
note: We strongly recommend that the bake pan/drip tray and the broil rack be washed by hand
with warm sudsy water, as opposed to washing in the dishwasher. Washing these pieces in the
dishwasher will cause them to discolor, but will not affect their functionality.
tRoUBle SHootinG
PoSSiBle cAUSe
Unit is not heating or stops
electrical outlet is not
working or oven is
Second toasting is too dark. Setting on toast is too dark.
Moisture forms on the
The amount of moisture
inside of the glass door
differs in different products,
during toasting.
whether bread, bagels or
frozen pastries.
Food is overcooked or
Temperature and cook time
may need to be adjusted.
There is burnt food odor
There are remnants of food
or smoking when oven is
in crumb tray or on the walls
being used.
of the oven.
Heating elements do not
The heating elements cycle
seem to be on.
on and off during baking.
Check to make sure
outlet is working. Both
the temperature control
and the timer must be
set in order for the oven
to function.
If doing repeated
toasting in the oven,
select a shade slightly
lighter than the previous
The moisture that
forms on the oven door
is quite common and
will usually disappear
during the toasting
cycle. Since the oven
is closed the moisture
cannot evaporate as it
would in a toaster.
As your a toaster oven
is much smaller than
a regular oven, it may
heat up faster and cook
faster. Try lowering the
temperature 25 degrees
from the suggested
temperature in a recipe
or on a label.
Refer to the directions
in the CARe ANd
CleANINg section of
this Use & Care booklet.
Make sure all parts of
the oven, baking pan
and rack are clean.
Check the oven to make
certain the function
desired is being used.
on broil, only the top
element is on.

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