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Never used Convection JTP 5650DI55

Just moved into a home with a double oven (top convection bake/roast), bottom regular. Am a pretty adept baker and the first dessert I made (cupcakes) came out really tough and I think, overcooked. Oven reduces the temp automatically. Do you bake the food for less time with convection. There was no manual left for me. Any help would be appreciated. I love to make pies/cakes/tarts/cookies. Also when I roasted beets on convection roast....they did not cook evenly, some parts were hard and they did not cook quicker than my old GE profile oven from the last house. thanks.

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Did you try going to the GE website? If not, try it:

http://www.geappliances.com/

When you pull up the website, you can click on the blue down arrow located in the box at the top of the web page, next to the work SEARCH and click on "USE & CARE MANUALS. Put your model number into the next box to the right and hit GO.

If you are having trouble after entering what you believe is the proper model/serial number, you can look at the FAQ (frequently asked questions) section to determine whether you have actually entered the proper number.

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