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Old 10-28-2021, 02:36 PM   #1
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Whirlpool Microwave/Convection Oven

We are in our first trip using our 2018 Winnebago Forza 34T. Loving everything about it except the microwave/convection oven. I am an avid baker and have always been able to bake cookies, biscuits or even a pie in our previous RV microwave/convection ovens. I have read the guides plus spent all afternoon talking with Whirlpool customer service. No one can answer my questions. I am hoping someone on this forum can assist me.

Last night I tried to bake biscuits, 425 degrees for 8-10 minutes. 30 minutes later still not baked thoroughly. We are connected to 30 amp. Could that be the reason? Customer Service said no because it only requires 15 to 20 amp.

Tonight I want to bake pot pies, 400 for 1 hour. Do I need to use a combination of microwave to thaw and then convection to finish?

The guide says metal bakeware can be used during convection in some models but even after giving Customer Service the model and serial numbers, they could not tell me if I can use metal in my model. Have any of you who have ModelYWMH76719 used metal bakeware?

How can I possibly make baked goods in this oven? Are there certain tricks the guidebook does not show you?
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Old 10-28-2021, 04:53 PM   #2
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I just checked some photo's I took while in our RV and I did use metal pans to bake a cake in our convection/microwave oven, not having been a baker I can't attest to how long it takes to cook certain things. But I can tell you I have baked several cakes and pies in ours's and it has turned out just fine for us, it takes some getting used to but now I quite like it. If you 'res has the metal rack in it that will tell you metal is ok no sparks or flashing.
Hope this helps
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Old 10-29-2021, 08:26 AM   #3
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Thank you so much for responding. Do you have the same model I referred to? I have had other microwave/convection ovens and they have worked fine as you say yours does. This particular model is different. And it says the metal tray is for two level microwaving only.
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Old 10-29-2021, 04:16 PM   #4
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I'm pretty sure ours is different based on the year of our coach we have a 2007 Voyage and with you 'res being a 2018 model. You said you contacted customer service was that Winnebago or Whirlpool ? I had to replace a control board in mine and although I forget who the manufacturer was at the moment they were extremely helpful and since I repaired its worked just fine. I'll follow up with our MFG when I next go to our coach.
If your instructions don't give a warning to remove all metal objects when using then I think you should be fine, usually they make those sort of things pretty clear as its a safety issue. Happy to help if I can.
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