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Does anybody have a manual and or recipes for the Casera convection oven, model LR-918A?

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I think this is the website of the manufacturer:


http://www.gdolair.com/EnProductShow.asp?ClassID=2&ID=345



the dont have a support page but you could try messeging them. I tried i'll post back if they respond.
Cooking orientated chat forums can also be helpful:
http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/forums/showthread.php?t=27587&goto=nextoldest

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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.

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Hi Guys,

What model have you got? I have one that I have owned for well over a year now with absolutely no problems. In fact I would have to say for the $119 I paid for it, it has been the bargain of the century so far.

My model is CAS048 and to preheat it is very simple. You set the press the convection oven button to set the temp you want (i.e 180 deg) and push start. The oven will operate until it has warmed up at which time it will beep 3 times. Open the door and put your food in and set the time you wish it to cook and you are away!

P.S, mine will shut off automatically after a few minutes of reaching it's set temperature if I don't open the door and set the timer on it, so it pays to have your food ready or close to ready when you set it to preheat as it warms up quite fast.

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Hello, cloud

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When cooking , nothing is set in concrete so to speak

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What model have you got? I have one that I have owned for well over a year now with absolutely no problems. In fact I would have to say for the $119 I paid for it, it has been the bargain of the century so far.

My model is CAS048 and to preheat it is very simple. You set the press the convection oven button to set the temp you want (i.e 180 deg) and push start. The oven will operate until it has warmed up at which time it will beep 3 times. Open the door and put your food in and set the time you wish it to cook and you are away!

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