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PROOFING - WHEN YOU PRESS THE PROOFING BUTTON DO YOU HAVE TO WAIT TO PREHEAT - DOES IT HEAT OR DOES IT PROOF WITH THE FAN DO YOU HAVE TO COVER THE ITEM THAT BEEN PROOFED THE MANUEL DOES NOT INDICATE THE HOWS AND TODOS ONLY PRESS PROOFING BUTTON H E L P

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    Thankyou - will do

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No you don't have to wait for the preheat.
Yes it heats, just not very hot (100 degrees only)
Yes you should cover it with plastic wrap.
Let me know this turns out


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