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I have a GE Microwave/ Convection Oven (M# JVM1790BK01). I have trouble not burning cake products. Here is the set-up: 1. Using Comvention Bake with a metal pan. (As directed, size, rack setting, etc.) 2. "Auto Recipe Conversion" is ON. 3. I set the temp as per recipe. (On cake box) 4. I preheat as required. 5. I place cake into oven & cut the cook time about 50%. (From suggested cake box instructions) 6. At "Cook time-out", cake is not done. (Tooth-pick test) 7. I set the timer for another 10 minuets. 8. Cake burns before time out. (Top & bottom) Questions: 1. Is there a better way to judge cook time? 2. Is the temperature to high? 3. How can I control this cooking better. EM

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I would check GE's website, they probably have a forum where you could get a better answer.

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