r'(.JsingYour Electric Convection Oven
3. Set temperature
Do this step if you want to set a tempera-
ture ether than 350°F (177°C) tar Bake.
NOTE: See a reliable cookbook or your
convection oven cookbook for tempera-
4. Preheat oven.
The temperature display_11show LO unlJl
the temperature reaches 170°F (77°C). After
that, the temperature display _11show the
actual oven temperature at each 5° increase
and stop at the set temperature. One long
tone v_ll sound when the oven is _ted.
5. Put food in oven.
NOTE: If you want to change the
baking temperature after baking has
begun, repeat Steps 2, 3, and 4.
6. After cooking,
turn off oven.
• Do not use aluminum toilwhen convection
baking. Aluminum foil may block airflow.
• Reduce recommended recipe oven tem-
perature by approximately 25°F (16°C).
Use EASY CONVECT
(see the "Using EASY CONVECT CON-
• For some recipes, you can reduce con-
vection baking time compared to standard
baking times. Use EASY CONVECT
NOTE: Cooking time may be longer when
you use more than one rack.
• When baking on two or three racks,
use the CONVECTION BAKE setting for
more even results. (You can also use
only one rack when convection baking.)
• To use three racks during convection
baking, place one rack in position 5
(the highest position), another rack in
position 1 (the closest to the oven bot-
tom), and the third rack in position 3.
This allows all three racks to be an
equal distance apart for better baking.
• Stagger cake pans or other cookware in
opposite directions on each rack when
three racks are used. This will make
sure pans are not directly over each
NOTE: See the "Roasting tips" in the "Cook-
ing tips" section.
Position the rack properly. For correct
rack placement, see =Baking or convec-
tion baking" earlier In this section. Place
food in the oven. For large masts and
turkeys, place rack in position 1 or 2.
(Preheating is not necessary when
2. Choose setting.