After you choose the Toast mode:
After you choose the Bake mode:
Choose the Pizza mode, and then:
This can happen if the position of the cooking rack needs to be adjusted. Try putting the rack in the lowest rung, keeping the "bridge" up.
The default settings for the various modes are shown in the chart below.
|MODE||TEMPERATURE (DARKNESS)||TIME (SLICES/SIZE)||CONVECTION|
|Warm||150°F||60 minutes||No convection|
There are a couple of reasons why it might appear as if the lower heating element isn’t working:
Yes, this is normal. Your toaster oven has powerful, high-efficiency heating elements, which do not need to be running constantly to produce the required amount of heat. They will often been seen cycling on and off as they maintain the right temperature.
Yes. The LCD light will turn off automatically after your toaster oven has been idle for 60 seconds. You can light it up again simply by pressing any of the buttons.
First, be sure you are pressing the handle all the way down to its lowest position. If it still won’t latch, check to be sure the toaster is securely plugged into an outlet. (The handle will not latch if the power cord is not plugged in.)
Certain breads are more likely to burn quickly. For example, bread that has a high sugar content, or sugar on its surface, can easily burn. Bread that is particularly dry can also burn quickly.
To prevent this, use a lighter setting when toasting.
Yes, this is normal. That number is there simply to remind you how much toasting time is left.
The Reheat function is set for 30 seconds. Because this is a relatively short amount of time, there is no reminder when you use this setting, so you won’t see the flashing number.