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Re: I have to cook way longer than recipe says.
This is usually caused by a weak oven ignitor. As they age, they seem to perform less effectively. Sometimes the oven will take several minutes to ignite the first time, and even worse on subsequent ignition cycles, resulting in overall low oven temp and poor baking. Replace the oven ignitor. Note, if you have a self clean gas oven, the ignitors are usually the same part number for the bake and broil, so you can try moving the broil ignitor (which is generally used much less than the bake ignitor) to the bake burner if you want to test it out before buying a replacement ignitor.
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temperature settings in ovens vary make to make
set around the receipe recommended temp but remember that most on tv cooks always say around the temp ( around 180 or around 250 for about 1hour or about 10 minutes
When cooking , nothing is set in concrete so to speak
It could be your oven isn't as hot as you set it. Get a thermometer and check it. It could be the "something" you cooked was larger than the recipe was expecting... It's cooking, you have to adjust. It could even be your altitude above sea level. Higher, water boils at a lower temp, things take longer to cook.
Buy an oven thermometer to check if the temperature you set the oven at is accurate. You may have a faulty thermostat, but if the temp is only off by a little, you can calibrate the temp setting on the oven by as much as + or - 25 degrees. If you have an LCD screen, then most likely you can adjust it right on there. If not, then the backside of the oven knob can be adjusted + or -. by moving a set screw and turning as needed. Your owner's manual will have a more detailed explanation on this procedure. Douglas
your better off going back to the factory setting. Call turbo chef but here you go this is how you re-program the thing. Remember i took the time to give you these directions. Please take the time to leave a review
The EDIT MODE enables the operator to manually alter
recipes and the cook cavity temperature (CCSP).
To access EDIT MODE:
1. Simultaneously press the UP and DOWN keys.
2. When prompted, enter the access code “9” and
then press the ENTER key.
Altering a Recipe
Most NGC (Tornado) oven models contain 128
unique recipes. The display shows two (2) pages each
with eight (8) recipe groups. Each recipe group contains
eight (8) recipes. See Figures 11 and 12.
To alter a recipe:
1. Enter the EDIT MODE (see page 16).
2. Enter the access code “9” and set the CCSP. The
screen displays the first set of eight (8) recipe
groups. To access the second set of eight (8)
recipe groups, press either the UP or DOWN key.
3. Select the recipe group that contains the individual
recipe you wish to alter. Select the recipe you
wish to alter by pressing the soft key corresponding
to the recipe item. Figures 11 and 12.
4. Use the UP and DOWN keys to navigate through
the recipe settings. Use the keypad and ENTER key
to alter any of the following three (3) parameters
(see Figure 13):
a. Cook time
Total duration of the cook cycle. Enter the
desired time and press ENTER.
b. IR element temperature (IRSP)
The temperature the lower radiant element
will maintain during the entire cook cycle.
Valid temperatures are between 500ºF (260ºC)
and 1150ºF (621ºC).
c. Events 1…6
Use the keypad and ENTER key to enter values
for % TIME, % AIR, and % WAV.
o Sum of % TIME for all events must = 100.
The operating system will not allow a
combination of events not equal to 100%.
o The % AIR parameter is valid between 10
o The % WAV (microwave) parameter is valid
between 0 and 100%.
5. After making changes, test the recipe by
pressing the TEST soft key. Once the oven has
warmed to the CC set point, press the TEST
soft key again to begin the test cook.
6. Once satisfied with the recipe, press SAVE to
permanently store changes.
7. Press the BACK key until exited from EDIT MODE.
For TOuch Control oven: 1. Press Finish Time touch pad 2.press ^ touch pad until clock displays the required am or pm finish time. 3. Press Cook Period touch pad. 4. Adjust the cooking time as in step 2, using up and down arrow touch pads. (hours and minutes needed to cook food) 5. Press Automatic touch pad. Press Fan touch pad to select fan speed. Red indicating light shows normal speed. 7. Turn oven thermostat to desired setting. 8. Press Keep Warm touch pad if keep warm function is required at end of cooking. 9. At end of cooking time a buzzer will sound for 1 minute and the KEEP WARM cycle will now operate until the meal is ready to be served. 10. To cancel the Automatic cycle, press Manual touch pad and turn oven thermostat off.
For Multifunction oven: 1. Set time of day. 2. Turn Function switch to Finish. 0.00 will be displayed. 3. Turn display switch + to give the required am or pm finish time. (an illuminated bar in the bottom left corner indicates when the clock display is pm). 4. Turn Function switch to Cook then turn Display switch to + till desired cooking period is displayed (hours and minutes needed to cook food) 5. Turn Function switch to Auto. The automatic programme is now ready to use. Turn upper oven thermostat to desired setting. If keep warm function is required, turn function switch to Cook (optional)
First let me address the temp ... Buy a meat thermometer and test it against the temp set in the oven. Though that isn't the most accurate, it should prove whether or not it is way way off.
Second.. convection baking takes considerably less time....
Third... elevation plays a key factor on baking but not so much on cooking meat. Baking above 2500ft elevation takes 20% longer and above.