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Old 02-18-2014, 04:31 AM   #1
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Convection oven

My confectioner oven and microwave ,when I pre heat and then put what i'm cooking in may cook for 10 min. or so then just cuts off as the power has cut off,but in few minutes it will come back on and you reset it and then start the procedure all over again--has anyone ever had this problem? if so I really need help.
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No, but it's a convection oven, and it needs no pre-heating. There was a recall on them a few years back, and I don't know how old yours is, but you might want to check with the manufacturer.
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My confectioner oven and microwave ,when I pre heat and then put what i'm cooking in may cook for 10 min. or so then just cuts off as the power has cut off,but in few minutes it will come back on and you reset it and then start the procedure all over again--has anyone ever had this problem? if so I really need help.
You must have some type of power overload that cuts the convection oven off when it reaches a certain temperature. The convection operates just like a regular oven and does require pre-heating. I would certainly contact the mfg because something is not operating correctly if it shuts off in mid baking time.
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No, but it's a convection oven, and it needs no pre-heating. There was a recall on them a few years back, and I don't know how old yours is, but you might want to check with the manufacturer.
We have a new model in our new coach and it does need to pre-heat. There is a certain sequence you must follow for it to work properly. Are you using yours per directions. We've used ours to cook frozen pizza and it does take longer than a conventional oven.
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Ours in a 2002 coach and it has a pre heat button and after it's up to temp you have to set what temp you want and how long. It works great we just used it last night for dinner.
If you go to a FMCA rally go to a class on microwave/convection cooking. Janet Sadlack has a book out and teaches the classes. There are all sorts of tricks you can do with that oven. Google her and see what you find.
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DW loves the convection/microwave. Wants one in our stick house also and toss our pricey Viking gas oven/range out the door.
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DW loves the convection/microwave. Wants one in our stick house also and toss our pricey Viking gas oven/range out the door.
Agree. Why in the heck are they still putting gas ovens in coaches? Waste of space. We rather have a small dishwasher or something in that space.
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Morgan: If your microwave/convection unit is "cycling" its power during a preheat there is certainly something wrong. If you were to do a test....like take a pyrex measuring cup with 3 cups of water.....place it in microwave and set for 5 min. Does it also reset? There are thermo breakers in the circuitry that try to protect the main electronics from over heating and you might have issues in that control. Good time to seek an appliance person.
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Morgan, see if you can contact the manufacturer. Maybe there is a way to reset it or something. Worse case, they'll tell you that it needs repair and you can send it in.
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Morgan...what model is it? Look inside the door frame area
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Are you entering a cook time after preheat? After ours preheats you turn the timer knob to set the cook time and depress the timer knob to enter this cooking time.
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Ours is auto. Press preheat temp then cook time. It does all the rest once the pre heat temp is reached. I think each model may be slightly different. Ours never resets. You have to hit cancel.
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Another thought is do you have enough power coming into the coach while running the oven? If you're on batteries it won't run long, if you have a 30 amp service and are running other items at the same time it could be causing a low voltage situation.
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Agree. Why in the heck are they still putting gas ovens in coaches? Waste of space. We rather have a small dishwasher or something in that space.
We have a convention/microwave which is nice. But, we boondock a lot and the gas oven works very well, just as good as our oven in the s&b and we don't have to keep running the generator all the time. Many times the DW will use the gas oven even when we are on shore power. I'll keep mine and wash the dishes by hand.
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