LIRE AVANT UTILISATION LEA ANTES DE USAR Hamilton Beach

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Fire Hazard, I f contents ignite do not open oven door Unplug oven and allow contents to stop burning and cool before. opening door, D o not operate unattended while in Toast or Broil modes. Do not use with oven cooking bags, A lways allow at least one inch between food and heating element. A lways unplug toaster oven when not in use,R egular cleaning reduces risk of fire hazard. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS, When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire electric shock and or injury to.
persons including the following, 1 Read all instructions agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. 2 This appliance is not intended for use by persons including Call the provided customer service number for information on. children with reduced physical sensory or mental capabilities examination repair or adjustment. or lack of experience and knowledge unless they are closely 8 The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the. supervised and instructed concerning use of the appliance by appliance manufacturer may cause injuries. a person responsible for their safety 9 Do not use outdoors. 3 Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by 10 Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter or touch. or near children Children should be supervised to ensure that hot surfaces. they do not play with the appliance 11 Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner or in a. 4 Do not touch hot surfaces Use handles or knobs heated oven. 5 To protect against electric shock do not immerse cord plug 12 Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance. or toaster oven in water or other liquid containing hot oil or other hot liquids. 6 Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning Allow 13 To disconnect turn all controls to OFF then remove plug from. to cool before cleaning appliance and putting on or taking off wall outlet. parts 14 Use extreme caution when removing pan or disposing of hot. 7 Do not operate any appliance with a damaged supply cord or grease. plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been dropped 15 Do not clean with metal scouring pads Pieces can break off. or damaged in any manner Supply cord replacement and the pad and touch electrical parts creating a risk of electrical. repairs must be conducted by the manufacturer its service shock. 16 Oversize foods or metal utensils must not be inserted in a 21 Do not cover crumb tray or any part of the oven with metal. toaster oven as they may create a fire or risk of electric shock foil This will cause overheating of the oven. 17 The bread may burn A fire may occur if toaster is covered or 22 To turn oven off turn timer to OFF position See Parts and. touching flammable material including curtains draperies Features section. walls overhead cabinets paper or plastic products cloth 23 Do not place eyes or face in close proximity with tempered. towels and the like when in operation safety glass door in the event that the safety glass breaks. 18 Extreme caution should be exercised when using containers 24 Always use appliance with crumb tray securely in place. constructed of materials other than metal or glass 25 Do not use appliance for other than intended use. 19 Do not store any materials other than manufacturer 26 Clean oven interior carefully Do not scratch or damage heating. recommended accessories in this oven when not in use element tube. 20 Do not place any of the following materials in the oven paper 27 Do not operate the appliance by means of an external timer or. cardboard plastic and the like separate remote control system. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS,OTHER CONSUMER SAFETY INFORMATION. This appliance is intended for household use only This appliance is equipped with a fully tempered safety glass door. w WARNING Shock Hazard This appliance has a polarized plug one The tempered glass is four times stronger than ordinary glass and. more resistant to breakage Tempered glass can break however it. wide blade that reduces the risk of electric shock The plug fits only breaks into pieces with no sharp edges Care must be taken to avoid. one way into a polarized outlet Do not defeat the safety purpose of scratching door surface or nicking edges If the door has a scratch or. the plug by modifying the plug in any way or by using an adapter If nick call our toll free customer service number. the plug does not fit fully into the outlet reverse the plug If it still does. not fit have an electrician replace the outlet Always unplug your toaster oven from the outlet when not in use. The length of the cord used on this appliance was selected to reduce Before First Use. the hazards of becoming tangled in or tripping over a longer cord If a. longer cord is necessary an approved extension cord may be used Most heating appliances produce an odor and or smoke when used. The electrical rating of the extension cord must be equal to or greater the first time Plug the toaster oven into an outlet Turn Temperature. than the rating of the appliance Care must be taken to arrange the Dial to 450 F 230 C Heat at this temperature for 10 minutes The. extension cord so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop odor should not be present after this initial preheating Wash baking. where it can be pulled on by children or accidentally tripped over pan and oven rack before using. Parts and Features HIGH RACK POSITION,broiling and toasting. CAUTION HOT SURFACE The,temperature of accessible surfaces may. ON SELECT MODELS be high when the appliance is operating. Convection Baking Function, Nonstick Oven Interior NOTE DO NOT place oven rack.
on very top ledge,Temperature MIDDLE RACK POSITION. Dial baking and broiling,Function Dial,ON Indicator. Crumb Tray LOW RACK POSITION,Baking Pan,How to Toast w WARNING Fire Hazard. I f contents ignite do not open oven door Unplug oven and. allow contents to stop burning and cool before opening door. D o not leave appliance unattended when in operation. Always unplug toaster oven when not in use,Medium Dark. Place oven rack in HIGH RACK Turn Temperature Dial to Broil Place food in oven Turn Function Rotate Timer past 10 and then. POSITION shown for toast English Toast Dial to Toast NOTE Convection back to desired toast color A bell. muffins bagels and waffles available on select models only will sound when the toast cycle is. W hen toasting only two slices of bread place W hen toasting condensation may form on the. bread in middle of oven rack to get even toasting oven door The moisture will slowly escape from. on top and bottom the enclosed oven, T o toast bagels English muffins and waffles The number of slices of bread and the bread.
place oven rack in HIGH RACK POSITION and place freshness will affect toast color For example. food cut split side facing up This will toast the cut toasting 4 slices of bread will require a darker. split side more than the outside food Set Timer to toast color setting than 2 slices of bread Adjust. desired setting the Timer based on desired color and number. To toast regular toaster pastries or frozen pas of slices. tries place oven rack in the MIDDLE RACK POSITION I f you are not satisfied with the color balance. Select a color lighter than Medium and toast between the two sides of your food in the. 5 directly on the oven rack If pastry has a glaze or recommended rack position select a different. frosting use baking pan rack position, How to Bake w WARNING Fire Hazard Do not use oven cooking bags. I f contents ignite do not open oven A lways allow at least one inch 2 5 cm. door Unplug oven and allow contents between food and heating element. to stop burning and cool before A,lways unplug toaster oven when not. opening door in use, Place oven rack on MIDDLE RACK Turn Temperature Dial to desired Turn Function Dial to Bake Rotate Timer past 10 and then. POSITION or LOW RACK POSITION temperature NOTE Convection available back to dark toast to preheat. depending on food to be on select models only oven for 5 minutes before. cooked LOW RACK POSITION beginning to bake After oven. shown is preheated set Timer to desired,o not totally enclose foods in B. ake foods such as pizza time by rotating Timer past 10. aluminum foil Foil can insulate on the MIDDLE RACK POSITION and then to desired baking time. foods and slow down heating Place food directly on oven or rotate Timer to Stay On Stay On. o reheat rolls or biscuits rack or in baking pan,place on baking pan and heat B.
ake foods such as a whole, at 300 F 149 C for 10 minutes chicken on the LOW RACK. eheat leftover roasts or casse POSITION Place food in baking. roles at 350 F 177 C pan,for 20 to 30 minutes or until. heated through, Convection Bake w WARNING Fire Hazard Do not use oven cooking bags. I f contents ignite do not open Always allow at least one inch. oven door Unplug oven and 2 5 cm between food and,heating element. on select models allow contents to stop burning, and cool before opening door Always unplug toaster oven.
when not in use, Place oven rack on MIDDLE RACK Turn Temperature Dial to desired Turn Function Dial to Rotate Timer past 10 and then. POSITION or LOW RACK POSITION temperature Convection back to dark toast to preheat. depending on food to be NOTE Convection available on oven for 5 minutes before. cooked LOW RACK POSITION select models only beginning to bake After oven is. shown preheated set Timer to desired,time by rotating Timer past 10. he convection bake function D, o not totally enclose foods in and then to desired baking time. provides superior browning aluminum foil Foil can insulate or rotate Timer to Stay On. and crisping of food items It foods and slow down heating. is ideal for cookies pizza and B,ake foods such as pizza. meats on the MIDDLE RACK POSITION, he convection method cooks Place food directly on oven.
up to one third faster than rack or in baking pan,traditional baking When first B. ake foods such as a whole, using check to determine if chicken on the LOW RACK. time or temperature should POSITION Place food in baking. be adjusted pan,How to Broil, w WARNING Fire Hazard Keep one inch 2 5 cm between food. If contents ignite do not open oven,and heating element. door Unplug oven and allow contents Do not use oven cooking bags. to stop burning and cool before Do not heat foods in plastic containers. opening door Follow food manufacturer s instructions. Do not leave oven unattended during, Place the oven rack on the baking Turn Temperature Dial to Broil Turn Function Dial to Broil Rotate Timer past 10 and then.
pan and then insert both into the Toast NOTE Convection available on to the desired broiling time or. same slot HIGH RACK POSITION in select models only rotateTimertoStayOnStayOn Turn. the upper slot is for faster broiling foods when browned or halfway. times MIDDLE RACK POSITION in through cooking time. the lower slot is for foods needing,longer broiling times like chicken. breasts Place food on oven rack,Place in oven DO NOT PREHEAT. How to Broil cont,Cook beef and pork to at least 160 F. FOOD APPROX BROIL TIME 71 C, Hamburgers 25 minutes Cook chicken to at least 165 F 73 C. Hot Dogs 15 minutes Cook fish until at least 145 F 63 C. Sausage Links or Patties 15 to 20 minutes or until opaque or flakes with a fork. pierce casings before cooking Visit foodsafety gov for more safe. Fish 15 minutes cooking temperature information, These cooking times are an average and should be adjusted to.
5 individual preferences Turn foods halfway through cooking time. IF YOU LIVE IN A HIGH ALTITUDE AREA, The Extension service will have detailed information about cooking. for your area To locate the Cooperative Extension service in your. county please visit http www csrees usda gov Extension. Cleaning w WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard, Do not clean with metal scouring pads Pieces can break off pad and. touch electrical parts, Your toaster oven should be cleaned regularly for best performance and long life Regular cleaning will also reduce the risk of fire hazard. Baking Pan,To clean inside of oven wipe,oven walls bottom of oven and. glass door with a damp soapy,cloth Repeat with a damp clean.
For stubborn stains use a plastic,scouring pad,Visit www hamiltonbeach com for our. complete line of products and Use and,Care Guides as well as delicious. 5 recipes tips and to register,Wipe outside of oven with a damp. your product online,cloth Do not use abrasive cleansers. or metal scouring pads,Troubleshooting,PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE.
Oven will not heat Check to make sure electrical outlet is working and the oven is plugged in Turn Temperature Dial to. 350 F 177 C Turn Function Dial to Bake Bake then turn Timer to Stay OnStay On. Moisture forms on This is normal when toasting in a toaster oven Moisture is slower to escape from a toaster oven than. inside of oven door from a toaster The amount of moisture will differ between fresh bread bagels and frozen pastries. when toasting, An odor and smoke Smoke and odor are normal during first use of most heating appliances These will not be present after. come from oven initial heating period, Oven will not toast Check to make sure outlet is working and oven is plugged in Turn Temperature Dial to Broil Toast Broil Toast. Turn Function Dial to Toast then rotate Timer past 10 and then back to desired toast color. LIRE AVANT UTILISATION LEA ANTES DE USAR Questions Please call us our friendly associates are ready to help USA 1 800 851 8900 Preguntas Por favor ll menos nuestros amables representantes est n listos para ayudar MEX 01 800 71 16 100 Le invitamos a leer cuidadosamente este instructivo antes de usar su aparato Visit www hamiltonbeach com for our complete line of products and

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