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Remove all packaging materials, sticker, and labels.
Clean the basket and pan with hot water, soap and a non-abrasive sponge. These parts are dishwasher safe.
Wipe the inside and outside of the appliance with a clean cloth.
Place the air fryer on a flat and even surface.
Put the basket in the pan.
Plug unit in to an approved wall socket.
Place the ingredients in the basket and then put the basket and pan back into the appliance. The fryer LED will light up.
Set your cooking time and temperature by either choosing one of the 8 presets or manually set it with the "+" or "-" buttons. See "Cooking Guide" to determine the right time and temperature.
Once you have set your cooking time and temperature, press the "Start" Button.
The heating icon and fan icon will be blinking and this means that the fryer is starting and is circulating the hot air in the fryer. NOTE: During hot air frying, you will notice that the heating up icon will blink and stays from time to time. When the heating icon is on, it means that the temperature inside the fryer has reached the set temperature. When the heating icon is blinking, it means that the temperature inside the fryer dropped and is below the set temperature and is currently heating up to the reach the set temperature.
Some ingredients may need to be shaken halfway through the cooking cycle (see "Cooking Guide"), To do this, pull the pan out of the air fryer by the handle, the air fryer will automatically shut down. Then shake the contents in the basket, then slide the pan back into the air fryer and it will resume the cooking cycle. CAUTION: Do not press the button on the handle during shaking; this will detach the basket from the pan.
When the cooking time has been reacher, the air blower will stop in 20 seconds.
Pull the pan out of the fryer and place it on a pot holder. The cooking pan is VERY HOT do not put on surface that can burn. NOTE: Oil from the ingredients will gather in the bottom of the pan, so be careful when pulling the pan out of the fryer.
To remove the ingredients, press the button on the handle of the pan to detach the basket. DO NOT TURN THE PAN OVER. PLACE ON A POT HOLDER.
Upon placing the cooking basket back into the air fryer, the air fryer will automatically go to the previous cooking cycle and will repeat the previous cooking cycle, press the cancel button to stop and reset the air fryer if desired.
This just happend to ours after my wife changed the oil , appaerntly she did slide the control unit back into the fryer body all the way , there is a switch inside the slot on the control unit, when properly put back together and slid down all the way it will close the circit so the unit will get power (thats what was wrong with mine , after disasembling the whole friggin thing ...lol......also there is a red reset button in the back , acualy looks like a screw would be there , but its a button in one hole make sure its pushed in.
id look in the right side groove and you will see a tiny microswitch that wont allow power to the element unless its sitting in the cradle I simply took the 4 screws off in the back of the heating element control and by passed it by connecting the 2 red wires and it worked so now I got to find the microswitch but at least I can use it
I was a bit stupid after I washed the unit it didn't work. I noticed the reset button (in the back of the display where it screws together, I had a black plastic reset button). That was not my problem, when I put the element back in, I didn't notice the plastic rail that it slides in. Without putting it in the rail it doesn't offset the safety switch. I hope that makes sense and will help.
There's a red reset button that you need to press, it is hidden deep inside a well in the plastic piece. The well looks just like a screw hole until you know what to look for. Once you press it and your power supply is attched right you are golden.
You have to make sure that the control panel slide rails are correctly inserted. I was very frustrated, and considering I did not have the packaging/receipt, was ready to toss. My Wife slid the control panel/elements out off the pan, then back in, voila!