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I have a 4-pack of cookie sheets. The surface of the sheets is blistering an small metallic bits are coming off on the cookies and other foods being baked. Today large pieces of the surface came off and the food had to be tossed. What gives????

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I am guessing they were non-stick pans and you sprayed them before using them. This can damage the non-stick surface making it bubble and chip off. If that is not the case, then you may have used a corrosive cleaner on it.

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My bundle of 4 cookie sheets are having a surface problem. The coating is blistering and little metallic pieces are coming off on the cookies I bake.


Throw them out! You do not want that coating to end up in your food, and ultimately youj! Spend the money on some good qualilty cookie sheets, such as stoneware, (my first choice), or heavy steel pans. "Buy quality, and you will only cry once"

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1. Stand motor on flat surface; screw barrel securely into place.
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My baxter rotating tray oven is not baking cookies evenly. The cookies on the outside of the cookie sheet are over-done and the cookies in the middle of the cookie sheet are not done ??


Inside your oven you have an array of louvers or fins in the back left corner and the front right corner. Sometimes a tray will jam and knock one of the louvers out of adjustment. You may need to call a local authorized service provider to come and reset your louvers to the factory settings. In the meantime you can attempt to make small adjustments to see if you can rectify the issue.

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