Operation, Hints and tips, Cleaning – FARBERWARE 103718 Countertop Convection Oven User Manual

Page 15: Broil function

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Broil function

NOTE: When using the broiling function, only the upper heating elements (17) are

being used. They continuously cycle on and off to maintain a maximum temperature

in the appliance. Place the broil rack (14) on the top oven rails (16) while the drip

tray (13) is placed on the middle rails.

Place the baking/drip tray

(13) on the lowest oven rails (16) (ill.


Turn the

TEMP control knob (19) to 450°F.

Turn the

FUNCTION control knob (20) to BROIl


Preheat the appliance for 15 minutes, by turning the time control knob

(21) to

15. The POWER indicator (18) turns on.

After the preheat cycle has finished, the

POWER indicator (18) turns off and a

bell rings.

Place the food to be broiled on the broil rack

(14). Brush food with oil or sauces

as required.

Place the broil rack

(14) on the highest possible oven rail (16). The food should

be placed as close as possible to the upper heating elements (17) without

touching them.

Turn the

TEMP control knob (19) to the required temperature.

Turn the

TIME control knob (21) to STAY ON or to the required time. The

POWER indicator (18) turns on.

If a time was set, a bell will ring at the end of the cycle, to indicate the cycle has

finished, and the appliance switches off. The POWER indicator (18) turns off.

If no time was set, turn the

TIME control knob (21) to OFF after the broiling is

completed. The POWER indicator (18) turns off.

NOTE: It is recommended to leave the door (10) slightly ajar; this will keep the upper

heating elements (17) on and will ensure a more consistent temperature in the


NOTE: The following broiling temperatures and times are recommendations only.

Adjust them to your personal preferences and needs. They are based on meats at

refrigerator temperatures and an oven that was preheated at 450°F for 15 minutes.

Roasting frozen food will take considerably longer.



Time per lb. (minutes)

Rib steak


20 – 25

T-bone steak


20 – 25



15 – 20

Pork chops


20 – 25

Lamb chops


20 – 25

Chicken legs


30 – 35

Fish fillets


20 – 25

Salmon steak


20 – 25


It is recommended to always preheat the appliance, as this will reduce cooking


It is recommended to only cook defrosted food and cook from a fridge


The appliance is switched off, when the

TIME control knob (21) is in the OFF


In the event of food flare-ups, keep the door

(10) closed, turn the TIME control

knob (21) to OFF and unplug the appliance.


Proper maintenance will ensure many years of service from your appliance. Clean

the appliance after every use. The appliance contains no user serviceable parts and

requires little maintenance. Leave any servicing or repairs to qualified personnel.

CAUTION: Always turn the TIME control knob (10) to OFF. Disconnect the plug

(5) from the wall outlet (ill.


). Allow all parts of the appliance to cool down


NOTE: Do not immerse the power cord and plug (5) or appliance into water or any

other liquid. Do not use abrasive cleaners, steel wool or scouring pads (ill.



all parts thoroughly after cleaning, before using or storing the appliance. Ensure

that no water enters the appliance housing.

Remove the crumb tray

(11) and any other accessory placed in the appliance.

Wipe the walls with a damp sponge, cloth or nylon scouring pad and some

mild detergent if needed.

Take extra care when cleaning near the lower and upper heating elements


17) in order not to damage them.

All accessories can be washed in hot soapy water or in a dishwasher.

Clean all accessories after each use, including the crumb tray

(11) and baking/

drip tray (13).

Clean the appliance housing

(2) with a damp sponge or cloth.

NOTE: Dry all parts and surfaces thoroughly before use. Make sure that all parts and

surfaces are completely dry before connecting the appliance to a wall outlet.

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