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<span>A convection oven is equipped with a fan to speed the circulation of heat around the food, thus cooking it faster and more evenly than conventional ovens. <br /><br />Conventional ovens rely on radiant heat that rises from the bottom up to the top of the oven. Convection ovens cook foods approximately 25% faster than conventional ovens, and the oven temperature can be reduced by 25°F for most foods. <br /><br />No special cookware is required. Just like conventional ovens, convection ovens can be gas- or electrically-heated. As with any major appliance, it is always best to carefully read the manufacturer's guidelines and instructions for operating the oven.</span>
They never do ! You have to check the temp at where the air comes out of the fan and you need to use a remote electronic thermometer.
the old oven type won't work sitting on a the shelf. 275 degrees at best. Take it back it's not broken ...the just don't work as advertized
The difference between a convection microwave and an oven is very little. It is similar to using a fan assisted oven and should be treated as such when working out temperatures. One may use standard containers, metal, glass etc. as long as the microwave part is not switches on!. Hope that answers your question.