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Ah, the wonderful Nesco roaster oven...their guidelines are similar to what it would take if you put it in a conventional oven...To reheat probably 350 for 1/2 hour, but preheat the oven first, just like your home oven.
Teflon is very dangerous. I discovered this when I got birds. Teflon is so deadly that if it is even slightly heated (by having a pan in the drawer below the stove) by having the oven on, it kills birds - immediately. It becomes airbourne and is that toxic. I know of so many examples of bird's dying from it. Can you imagine how tramatic it would be to be cooking and your bird drops dead. I had to get rid of all my pans because of them. And I'm glad for it. So it would be, not deadly, but not great to ingest for humans. Teflon is also in some heaters so its good to check that too.
I just called Rival for help. Fortunately, my lid "hinge" is going to be replaced with a complete new slow cooker. Call 800 323 9519 or go online at www.rivalproducts.com Also, I saw that they have a recall site (www,rivalrecall.com) for burners. Good luck.