Convection uses a fan to circulate heat evenly for consistently better cooking.
Important: The oven top and side surfaces get hot.
Note: This oven has been designed with preset temperatures to accommodate convection
1. Consult the CONVECTION BAKING GUIDE (page 7) for the type of food you want
Note: For best results, when baking or cooking, always preheat the oven at least
10 minutes at the desired temperature setting.
2. Open oven door. Insert the slide rack into the bottom slot.
3. Set the temperature control knob to the desired temperature setting.
4. Set the cooking FUNCTION selector knob to
Important: You must set the timer or select Stay On for the oven to function.
5. Turn timer past 20 and then turn back or forward to desired baking time, including
Tip: To set the timer to the Stay On setting if you want to control cooking time or need to
cook your food longer than 60 minutes, turn the timer counterclockwise.
• The indicator light comes on and stays on during cooking cycle.
• The heating elements cycle on and off to maintain the temperature.
Note: Be sure the top edge of the food or container is at least 1½" (3.81 cm) away from
the upper heating elements.
6. You can cook your food two ways:
• In the bake pan placed on the slide rack (Ba).
• Directly on the slide rack using the bake pan as a drip tray, inserted in the rack
support rails underneath the slide rack (Bb).
7. Close oven door.
8. Cook food according to recipe or package instructions and check at minimum time to
see if it is done.
9. Once cooking cycle is finished:
• If the timer was on, the signal bell sounds, the indicator light goes off and the oven
automatically turns off.
• If the timer was not on, turn the TIMER/TOAST selector knob from the Stay On
position to the Off position. The indicator light goes off.
10. Open oven door and using oven mitt or pot holder, slide out rack to remove food.
Important: Always use an oven mitt or pot holder to remove food from the oven as the
door and the slide rack will be hot.