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I have a built-in GE electric convection-regular oven. Model JT915W0F8WW. I don't understand when I push the convection baking do I change the baking time? Isn't it suppose to bake faster than the regular oven? How do I know how much time to eliminate?

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  • croxford710 Sep 01, 2008

    Thanks. Your suggestion should be in the manual for people like me that don't know anything about convection ovens.

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As a genaral rule of thumb.. Most recipes can be adjusted for convection oven use by decreasing the temperature by 25 degrees F and decreasing cooking time about 25%. Dishes with cooking times over 45 minutes, and that might dry out too much (like lasagna, or meatloaf) you should cover for the first half of the cooking time, and then remove the cover.

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  • Rick Gelin
    Rick Gelin Sep 01, 2008

    You are most welcome.. There is always the trial and error method too ,,when the smoke alarm goes off.. and you let it cook for 15 more minutes.. *that is how my wife did it"..LOL.. enjoy ...

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