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Using Your UltraVection Oven

Toastmaster Ultravection Oven

Features:

·    Patented, super turbulent air cooking system, combines convection, conduction, and radiant heat.

·    Prepare a wide variety of foods quickly, from steaks, chops and chicken to frozen pizza and French fries.

·    Ultravection Oven cooks up to 60 percent faster than conventional ovens.

·    Patented, integrated handle, basket and door system makes loading and removing food safe and easy.

·    Electronic clock-timer and touch pad controls on front of Ultravection Oven.

·    Easy to clean, dishwasher-safe removable drip tray and basket.

·    Interior oven light.

Before First Use

1. Unwrap product and remove any packaging materials that may have been included to prevent damage during shipping.

2. Place on a flat, stable surface.

3. Before using for the first time, the cooking basket and drip tray should be washed with warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry.

4. Insert drip tray. Always have drip tray in place before using.

5. Read instruction book thoroughly to become familiar with the UltraVection oven.

A slight odor or smoking from the interior of the UltraVection oven may be noticed with first using. This is normal due to residues from manufacturing

Using Your Oven

The UltraVection oven cooks using super heated air movement. Therefore, the outside of the oven and the glass door become hot. Always use caution when touching these parts and never use the top of your oven as a resting place for anything. We recommend using a potholder or insulated mitt to remove the air surround basket after cooking.

Always preheat oven before using unless chart or recipe indicates otherwise.

1. Plug into 120V - 60 Hz outlet.

2. Press the PREHEAT and START buttons. After four minutes, the oven will beep five times and the POWER ON light will flash to indicate that it is preheated. The PREHEAT function is a preset function and can not be adjusted. CAUTION: Use caution when removing basket and food. Protect your hands with insulated oven mitts. Always protect countertop from heated basket when removing from unit.

3. Pull the handle of the air surround basket straight out and add food to the non-stick grid. There should be some air space between food to allow air circulate around the food. Insert food basket into oven.

4. Select one, two or all three functions, TURBO, CRISP and/or BROWN. Refer to cooking chart for times.

5. Press the START button, the function light and the POWER ON light will be on. During cooking, if basket is removed and returned to oven in under one minute, the programmed time will resume. Otherwise, cooking time will need to be re-programmed.

6. The oven will beep five times and shut off automatically when the cooking cycle is complete. The POWER ON light will flash.

7. Remove basket and food. Use a nylon or plastic utensil to remove food to protect non-stick coating. Never cut food in non-stick basket. When basket is removed, the display will read OPEN. To prevent heat loss, avoid opening basket excessively.

8. Unplug and allow the oven and accessories to cool completely before cleaning. Keep drip tray and oven clean and free of crumbs, grease and particles.

 

Note: A secondary fan may run even after the oven is turned off to help cool the electronic controls

Note: Oven will not operate without basket correctly in place.

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Important Safeguards for Your UltraVection Oven

When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:

·    Read all the instructions before using appliances.

 

·    Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles and oven mitts.

 

·    Do not immerse cord, plug, or appliance in water or other liquid.

 

·    This appliance is not for use by children.

 

·    Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used near children.

 

·    Caution: Never leave appliance unattended when in use.

 

·    Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces of the pad may break off and touch electrical parts.

 

·    Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Press STOP button to turn appliance off before unplugging. Allow to cool before attaching or removing parts and before cleaning the appliance.

 

·    Do not operate any damaged appliance. Do not operate with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions or has been dropped or damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service center for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment.

 

·    When using this appliance, provide at least four inches of space above, behind, and on both sides for air circulation. Do not store any item on top of the appliance. Do not use on surfaces where heat may cause a problem.

 

·    Oversized foods or utensils must not be inserted into the appliance.

 

·    A fire may occur if this appliance touches or is covered by flammable material, including curtains, draperies, walls, etc., when in operation.

 

·    Do not store any materials, other than manufacturer's recommended accessories in this oven when not in use.

 

·    Extreme caution should be exercised when using containers constructed of any material other than metal.

 

·    Do not place any flammable material such as paper, cardboard, plastic, etc. in the oven.

 

·    Do not cover drip tray or any part of the oven with metal foil. This will cause overheating of the oven.

·    Use attachments only if recommended by Toastmaster Inc.

 

·    Do not use outdoors or while standing in a damp area.

 

·    Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.

 

·    Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner.

 

·    Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids.

 

·    Use extreme caution when removing bake/broil basket or drip tray or disposing of hot grease.

 

·    Use appliance only as indicated in these instructions.

 

Save these instructions. This product is for household use only

 

Caution: A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk of personal injury resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Extension cords are available from local hardware stores and may be used if care is exercised in their use. If an extension cord is required, special care and caution is necessary. Also the cord must be:

 

1. Marked with an electrical rating of 125 V, and at least 15 A., 1875 W.

2. The cord must be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally.

Polarized Plug: This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). As a safety feature to reduce the risk of electrical shock, this plug is intended to fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to modify the plug in any way.

Electric Power: If electric circuit is overloaded with other applications, your appliance may not operate properly. It should be operated on a separate electric circuit from other operating appliances.

Plasticizer Warning

Caution: To prevent plasicizers from migrating from the finish of the countertop or tabletop or other furniture, place NON-PLASTIC coasters or place mats between the appliance and the finish of the countertop or tabletop. Failure to do so may cause the finish to darken, permanent blemishes may occur or stains can appear.

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Cleaning Instructions for Your UltraVection Oven

Caution: Do not immerse the oven in or splash with water or other liquid.

Note: Do not use harsh abrasives on any part of the oven.

1. Always unplug and allow to cool completely before cleaning or moving.

2. Remove basket. The glass window and wire basket may be disassembled for cleaning. Lay basket flat and pinch sides of the basket together, loosening it from the door tabs and hooks. Clean and reassemble, making sure the top of the wire basket fits securely into door tabs and hooks.

3. Using a damp cloth and plastic scouring pad, wipe the inside of the oven cavity and heating elements removing any food residue or grease. Dry thoroughly.

4. Remove drip tray. Wash drip tray and basket in hot, soapy water and dry thoroughly. The basket and tray may also be washed on the top rack of the dishwasher.

5. Reassemble making sure the top of the wire basket fits securely into door tabs and hooks.

6. Slide drip tray into the oven and replace the food basket.

7. Clean exterior with clean, damp cloth and dry thoroughly after each use.

Note: Do not use without drip tray in place.

Bulb Replacement

1. Unplug unit and allow oven to cool completely.

2. Remove the one screw securing the small cover plate in back of the unit.

3. Remove bulb by turning.

4. Replace with new 25 watt bulb (P/N 21270E).

5. Replace the cover and secure with screw.

6. Any service requiring disassembly, other than the cleaning described previously, must be performed by a qualified electrician.

Storage

1.        Be sure the UltraVection oven is completely cool before storing.

2.        All parts should be thoroughly cleaned and dried.

3.        Always store with basket in place.

      Cooking Tips for the UltraVection Oven

1. Times given in cooking charts are suggestions. Experimentation will be necessary to find the combination of cooking features that best suits your personal taste. For frozen convenience foods begin by starting with TURBO for approximately one half of package cooking time. Then add time for crisp and/or brown. If necessary, cook for additional time.

2. Always watch foods closely when experimenting to prevent over cooking. If food is not done when you take it out of the oven you can always return it to the oven for additional time.

3. Arrange all food in a single layer in basket.

4. Remove crumbs and/or ice crystals from food before placing in basket.

5. To toast two slices of bread, PREHEAT the oven. Center bread in the basket. Select BROWN for 30 seconds for light color toast, one minute for medium and two minutes for dark. At the end of the cycle, flip toast over and reprogram for the same time again.

6. Leave air space between foods to allow proper air circulation.

7. Avoid cooking foods small enough to fall through the basket.

8. Do not cover food while it is cooking.

9. Do not cover the sides of the basket.

10.  When grilling more than one piece of meat, try to select even thicknesses. This will promote consistent doneness and appearance.

11.  For grill small portions, make sure the meat is centered in the basket. When cooking large portions, distribute evenly to promote uniform cooking.

12.  Trim all excess fat off meat and poultry to reduce smoking and splattering.

Bulb Replacement

1. Unplug unit and allow oven to cool completely.

2. Remove the one screw securing the small cover plate in back of the unit.

3. Remove bulb by turning.

4. Replace with new 25 watt bulb (P/N 21270E).

5. Replace the cover and secure with screw.

Any service requiring disassembly, other than the cleaning described previously, must be performed by a qualified electrician.

Storage

1. Be sure the UltraVection oven is completely cool before storing.

2. All parts should be thoroughly cleaned and dried.

3. Always store with basket in place.

Tips for Buying a New Oven or Range

·    Consider buying a self-cleaning oven. They use less energy for normal cooking because of higher insulation levels. However, if you use the self-cleaning option more than once a month, you will end up using more energy than you will save from the extra insulation.

·    About 58% of American households cook with electricity, but gas cooking is making a steady comeback. Gas ovens use much less energy compared to their electric counterparts because the fuel is used directly for cooking. A gas appliance costs less than half as much to operate as an electric one, provided it is equipped with electronic ignition instead of a pilot light.

·    With electric cook tops, there are a number of new types of burners on the market: solid disk elements, radiant elements under glass, halogen elements, and induction elements.

·    Solid disk elements and radiant elements under glass are easier to clean, they take longer to heat up, and use more electricity.

·    Halogen elements and induction elements are more efficient than conventional electric coil elements. Induction elements require that you use only iron or steel pots and pans. Aluminum cookware will not work with induction elements.

·    The range hood should ventilate to the outside and not simply recirculate and filter the cooking fumes. This is especially important with gas ranges. But also be careful about the sizes of fans -- too large a fan can waste energy and cause back-drafting of combustion gases into the house. This is a major concern with large downdraft ventilation fans used with some cook-tops and ranges. Ask about make-up air ducts available for these models.

Why Buy An Energy Efficient Oven?

New ovens have additional insulation and tighter-fitting oven door gaskets and hinges to save energy. For gas ovens, new electronic pilotless ignitions reduce gas usage by about 30% over a constantly burning pilot light. These are also more convenient, eliminating the need to restart a standing pilot light.

Continuous Clean Oven Repair and Care

Interior oven surfaces are coated with a catalyst, or chemical mixture which lowers the temperature at which heat will dissolve food soil. It operates while oven is used for baking and roasting, starting at about 350 F. and more active at higher temperatures.

Do not scratch or scrub the coating as it is easily damaged.

Prevent major spills which can form a hard glaze and destroy the chemical oxidizing action. Use large enough pans for the amount of food being cooked. Put a piece of foil or cookie sheet on bottom rack just large enough to catch spills from food cooked on the top rack; or put heavy foil on bottom of oven, making sure it doesn't touch the heating element in an electric oven or cover vent holes in a gas oven. Follow instructions for your model oven in your manual for using foil. Using foil incorrectly can affect cooking results, and damage the oven.

Some soil from cooking operations is usually present. The catalyst is continually working to oxidize soil when the oven is hot enough, thus the "continuous" clean name. The rough porous surface spreads out greasy soil, thus increasing contact with hot air in the oven. Fats and oils are quickly oxidized; milk and cheese take higher temperatures (about 475 F.); sugar spills are hardest to remove so protection from spills like fruit pie boil- overs is important. If large spills occur, you have to remove the promptly to stop the "glazing" effect which seals the surface and prevents oxidation of soil. Follow this procedure:

1. Blot up excess with paper towel or sponge while oven is still slightly warm and the soil soft. Do not rub towel or sponge across surface; particles may clog the surface.

2. After the oven is completely cool, spray the soil area with all-purpose spray-on/wipe-off cleaner. Work into porous surface by scrubbing with a nylon-bristle brush or nylon net pad. Let stand 15-30 minutes.

3. Scrub softened soil with the nylon brush or pad.

4. Rinse thoroughly with cold water, by squeezing out clean, wet sponge over area; then blot up (not mop up) excess water with paper towel or sponge. (Do not let water run down into burner assembly, especially in gas ovens.) Repeat rinsing and blotting, if needed, to remove all softened soil and cleaner residue.

5. Turn on oven at 475 F. and leave two hours. If some soil remains, the continuous-cleaning coating should work to oxidize it.

CAUTION: Spray-on/wipe-off cleaners evaporate rapidly with heat and may leave a chalky stain, hard to remove. So do not apply to a warm oven, and be sure to rinse away all residue.

Occasionally wipe out whole inside of oven with a nylon pad and plain water; blot dry and then run oven empty for 2 hours at 475 F. This helps the oven catch up with accumulated grease and soil. This may be needed when the oven is used for more broiling and roasting (with more grease spatters) but short time cooking (broiling) or lower temperature (roasting), than for baking. This also helps clean the door, which usually get less heat in cooking.

NEVER use oven cleaners on continuous-clean ovens, as they will clog the pores in the coating, and, may damage the coating, or the aluminum backing if it is used.

 

NEVER use scouring powders or any other powdered cleaners, as they will clog the coating, and the abrasive action also damages it.

 

NEVER use any metal pads or abrasives, as they will wear off the coating, and also metal filings may come off and clog the coating.

Manually clean oven racks.

 

Cleaning Oven Repair and Care

These ovens clean themselves by oxidizing (burning off) soils at a high temperature. Wipe up spills promptly to avoid excessive smoke during the cleaning cycle. Especially wipe up spills of sugar (i.e.-pie fillings) and other carbohydrates (ie- casseroles) which become very firmly attached to the surface and sometimes damage the porcelain enamel glaze as they are burned off.

Follow directions in your manual exactly, as oven models and brands vary.

Pre-clean the areas not reached in the self-cleaning cycle: the frame around the oven opening, and the edge of the door outside the gasket. NEVER clean the gasket with anything!

Use hot water and detergent or a paste of baking soda and hot water on difficult spots; rinse well with vinegar water to remove all residue. This prevents this soil from being baked on during the high heat of the cleaning cycle. Re-clean these areas after the cleaning cycle is used.

If your range manual recommends it, you may leave the oven racks in for the cleaning cycle; however, they will discolor, lose their shine, and become hard to slide in and out. If you do leave them in, afterward rub the edges of the racks and of guides on oven walls with soapy-steel wool pad, wipe off, and then rub few drops of salad oil on edges for easier sliding. It's probably better to take racks out before cleaning cycle and clean them by hand.

If your range manual recommends it, you may put burner drip bowls in oven for self-cleaning cycle; however, high heat will permanently discolor chrome rings into a bluish hue.

If your manual recommends it, you may put broiler pan in during self-cleaning cycle, but wipe off all excess grease or it may catch fire.

At end of cycle and after the oven has cooled down, wipe out the small amount of fine ash left inside with a damp cloth.

NEVER use chemical oven cleaners in a self-cleaning oven. Some residue may remain, and be changed by the high heat into compounds that can etch the porcelain enamel.

Dehumidifying and Drying Air Info

If you frequently smell musty odors or feel damp spots on the floors or walls of your basement, laundry room, or storage area during warm, humid weather, you need a dehumidifier.

The recommended humidity level inside your home during the summer is around 40-50%, and very humid conditions over an extended period can leave you uncomfortable and adversely affect your home. Musty smells, peeling wallpaper, warped wood, rusting tools, blistered paint and moisture dripping from pipes are signs of excessive humidity. These conditions are most common during spring and summer.

Dehumidifiers remove excess humidity by drawing moist room air over cold refrigerated coils. The moisture in the air condenses into droplets as it passes over the cold surfaces in the dehumidifier and into a container. "Dried" air then returns to the room at approximately its original temperature. For best results, the unit should be located in an area closed to outdoor air and where air movement in and out of the unit is not restricted.

Here are some features to look for on many of today's models:

1. Automatic turn-off switch that shuts unit off when container is full

2. Signal light indicating that container is full

3. Adjustable "fill" control that stops unit at the desired "fill" level

4. Automatic humidistat that maintains the desired humidity level

5. Automatic defrost control which shuts compressor off when freeze-up develops and turns it on again when ice is melted. (This occurs when temperature and relative humidity are low.)

6. Combination dehumidifier/heater to warm a room that tends to be chilly frequently

7. Quiet-running compressors and fans

8. Easy-to-reach controls

9. Easy-to-clean grille, condenser coil and container

10.  Rustproof, spill-proof container with built-in handles for portability

11.  Drain-hose fitting to let water run continuously to a convenient drain

12.  Wheels or rollers for easy mobility

13.  Rust-resistant cabinet.

While control or built-in features may increase a model's convenience of operation, they also raise its price. Consider each option carefully before you decide it is worth purchasing. But the most important consideration is "water removal capacity," the number of pints of water removed from the air in 24 hours.

Energy efficiency is important in dehumidifiers. Differences of only 85 watts may add 20 kWh daily to your summer electric bill. Some models let the fan run continuously to circulate air back to the humidistat. Since in most situations the moisture content will be the same throughout the enclosed area being treated, this may be an unnecessary energy expense.

Place the dehumidifier at least 6 inches from the nearest wall where air can flow freely to and from all sides. Avoid locating it in a room corner or near a large piece of furniture. Shut all doors and windows to the area to be dehumidified.

For the first few days of operation, turn the humidistat, if the model has one, to drier or "extra dry." This aids moisture removal from furnishings as well as room air. After the area has dried, adjust the humidistat to your particular comfort level.

Before you empty the water pan or bucket, turn the machine off and also disconnect the power cord. This eliminates any possibility of electric shock if you spill water and there is a fault in the grounding system of the unit or your home wiring. Be sure the area, the unit, and you are dry before you reconnect the cord.

Dehumidifiers operate most effectively at air temperatures about 70 F. At temperatures below 65 F frost may form on the coils (which are kept cold to condense as much moisture as possible). If this happens, shut it off, and wait for it to defrost before running again. Frost cuts down air circulation so the dehumidifying process does not work, and may damage the coils. This problem usually occurs in cool basements in spring or fall; check the appliance if temperature hovers near that point.

Dehumidifier Tips

Nothing turns a hot day more oppressive than high humidity. In rooms that don't really merit an air conditioner, or to cut down on the use of an air conditioner, simply run a dehumidifier to make living more bearable.

The recommended humidity level inside your home during the summer is around 40-50%, and high indoor humidity can make you uncomfortable and adversely affect your home. Musty smells, peeling wallpaper, warped wood, blistering paint and moisture dripping from water pipes indicate excessive humidity and the need for a dehumidifier.

Dehumidifiers remove excess humidity by drawing moist room air over cold refrigerated coils. The moisture in the air condenses into droplets as it passes over the cold surfaces in the dehumidifier and into a container. "Dried" air then returns to the room at approximately its original temperature.

To get the most out of a dehumidifier, clean its coils every year and frequently remove the collected water. Keep the unit clear of windows and doors where dehumidified air will leak out. Finally, to get maximum airflow, position it away from windows, walls and large furniture, like sofas or dressers.

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