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Does an electric oven need curing before I cook in it for the first time? If so, how long and at what temperature?

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You can run it at 350 for like a half hour or so and you'll smell a funny smell from the metal heating up,when i replace an ignitor or an element i run it for like 10 minutes just to burn off the smell of the metal.i'm sure the factory already had that fired up to check it but i would start it and burn anything off of it that might be in there before i cooked anything,it can't hurt it.good luck with your new machine.

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