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How do you turn on the kitchen aid superba electric oven, I'm trying to bake a cake...please help

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Check the manual, or your 8 yr old.
seriously though if you have an auto set use it and the oven should go to 350. otherwise push bake and set temp then push start if you have that button. hope the cake comes out good.

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