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Mislaid instruction manual. Help! what is the difference in cooking times between the convention oven and the fan oven, i keep burning everything!!

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    I have lost the manual, can anyone help

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Generally, reduce both the temperature and cook time 20% when using convection.  350 F becomes 300 or so, for instance.  One hour becomes 45-50 minutes.

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