It's badly designed and I have the manual which sheds no light on how the dots in the dial line up with the printed temperatures on the dial so I can never tell what temp I have it set for and then I over or undercook food. Any thoughts?
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The top temperature is actually 475 (which is 550 in a regular oven). That's with the dial turned as far as it goes to the left. Don't know how you'll figure out the settings for the temperatures above 350, unless you measure the intervals below 350 and mark them off on the other side some way.
hello....i am getting ready to list an unused set of these trays on ebay......they are new in their box....if you need a picture i can send you one.......i'm looking for about 35.00 for the complete set of 3 in their box.....keith
have this manual.I have been using
this oven for almost 30 years. (I love it!)However, I'm having trouble with internet connections at the moment.As soon as I can get a good connection
again, I will scan the manual and upload it here for those of you who need it.
I have 2 shelves and a chrome drip pan from a Farberware T4850. They are
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Farberware T series convection ovens are the same. My T4850 just
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It is usually one of two items that could cause this problem. You need to take the outer shell off. Lots of screws. Pull the "brain board" from the right, front of the oven. There is a relay housing. This 30 amp. relay is made by Omron. Look at the connector pins on the back side of the relay, especially the white wire that goes to the distribution block then on to the heating coil. I find that the soldered pins on the pc board next to the relay often get so hot that they 'shed' the solder. If so, simply clean well and re-solder. The relay itself can also go bad. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to obtain replacements. What I did on one oven was to buy a 30 amp, open frame relay (~$20). Mount it on the chassis near the fan. Remove the Omron relay and simply run the appropriate wires to the open frame relay. That works very well.