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There are many ways of roasting and it is a matter of personal preference which you use. My wife wraps the roast in foil (shiny side inwards) and places it in an open roasting tin with about half an inch of water while I prefer the oval roaster with the self-basting lid.
Some people will not prepare the roast and just put it in the roaster but generally it is considered best to sear or brown the surfaces in the tin over the hob. Some will use a frypan or heavy shallow saucepan for searing but what is left behind during the searing process is more flavour to eventually add to the sauce or gravy. If the meat is very lean adding a small amount of water and a knob of pork or beef dripping will help.

The upper middle of a medium hot oven and I use 20 minutes per pound plus 20 minutes, turning up the heat for the last 10-15 minutes. Lots of people add potatoes and various vegetables to the roasting tin for the final 20 minutes, or more if not par-boiled.

I suggest you google search roasting recipes and begin practicing. Bear in mind you should buy a bigger roast than you imagine you need because these days (especially supermarket) meat shrinks a great deal during cooking. Cheaper cuts should be roasted for longer at a slightly lower heat.

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This is my favorite:
Standing rib prime roast beef
Olive Oil
Coarse Salt
Coarse Pepper
Garlic (chopped/juice or powder), if desired
1. Have roast beef at room temperature (important).
2. Rub thin coat of olive oil and rub in seasonings
3. Preheat oven to 500 degrees.
4. Cook 5 minutes per pound. (50 minutes)
5. Turn off oven and leave roast in oven for 2 hours.
6. DO NOT open oven at any time until the 2 hours (plus the 5 minutes per pound) are up. VERY IMPORTANT!
(In your case DO NOT ADD roast weight to 12 instead assume that both roasts equal 6 lbs.)

Yields a perfect medium rare (pink center not red)
If you want a rare result then cut time to 4 minutes per pound

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It sounds like your heating rod element has or is failing. The directions for replacing the heating unit is found in your owners manual. There are great You Tube videos with step-by-step instructions if that works better for you.

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Hello, Kateshia -

From a general article about grilling
You want the grill to be at least 450°F, or hot enough that you can hold your hand over the grill for just one second. High heat ensures a good sear and a crispy crust on these steaks.
. . .
Exact cooking time depends on the thickness of the steak and your personal preference. This is why a meat thermometer is handy to have. It's accurate and won't release much juice from the meat:
Rare: 125°F - 130°F
Medium-Rare: 130°F - 135°F
Medium: 140°F - 145°F
Well-Done: 160° and higher
. . .
take steaks off the grill when they're about 5° belowthe target temperature. They continue cooking a bit during the resting step, and taking it off the grill early prevents accidentally overcooking the steak.
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Best wishes.

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  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. The meat should be at room temperature for best results.
  3. Place pork in roasting pan.
  4. Sprinkle the top of the roast with sage, rosemary, garlic, and salt and pepper.
  5. Bake for 50 minutes (25 minutes per lb).

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I believe you do go to the spinflex site and get one of their free manuals call the store you brought it from and ask them made sure you ask them what type is best for your model.

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It depends on what meat it is

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check with manufacturer or online search for parts using make and model

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Typically all roasts are cooked at 350 deg for 30 min for each pound. For pork this will result in a done center rather than medium rare.
I DO RECOMMEND using a meat thermometer, 155 deg center of roast not near a bone.

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Cook until they reach 165F

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Google (masterforge)(32930)(manual) without parens.

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no solvent will even touch it. youll have to cut and scrape to get it off

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