Nuwave 20326 Pro Digital-Controlled Infrared Tabletop Oven, Black
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- Cooks up to a 16 Lb. turkey /14 Lb ham with Extender Ring
- Features Triple Combo Cooking Power (Convection, Conduction, Infrared)
- Digital time and temperature controls
- 3-inch Extender Ring, 2-inch rack, 10-lnch baking pan Quick and Easy Cooking Guide Cookbook and Instructional DVD included
- Parts are dishwasher safe
- Digital-controlled infrared oven cooks food quickly and easily
- Cooking methods include conduction, convection, and infrared radiant heat
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Enjoy great tasting food by naturally sealing in juices that enhance the natural flavor of food without added fats or oils. Convenience and versatility comes from its small, light weight and portable size for use in RVs, dorms, boats or as an extra oven for big gatherings. Safe infrared rays are gentle and similar to what the human body radiates. Start the oven and watch the food sizzle and brown under the clear plastic dome. Save time by cooking 50% faster than a conventional oven Save up to 85% more energy by using 1500W rather than conventional ovens' 3500W No smoke is created so no ventilation system is needed All parts, except the power head, are dishwasher safe and all oil splatters is self-contained Clear, lightweight, highly durable polycarbonate dome Reversible ECO Friendly non stick liner pan can also be used as a serving tray Dome holder keeps power head within reach while you prepare food.
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Nuwave.....I hope you are listening!
I was so excited to try this. I washed it as directed, prepared the chicken breast and potatoes, placed everything in the Nuwave and hit the time button. It turned on and was quieter than I thought it would be. I had the timer set for 20 minutes and would then turn the chicken over for an additional 15-20 minutes. I was confused because according to the directions, it would take about 10 minutes longer in the Nuwave for the chicken than in the oven. I've made these potatoes for years and they are perfect in about 30 minutes. The directions stated to set the timer for 47-50 minutes for these.
After the first minute the beeping started. I wasn't quite sure what was wrong. Pressing the clear key did nothing. The only thing I could do was unplug it and keep it unplugged for a few minutes each time or the beeping would start without even turning the machine on. We tried tenting the chicken, lowering it from the suggested 4" to the 2" rack, using a lower power setting. Each time it would set off the beeping alarm. Finally, admitting defeat…I called Nuwave.
I tried it 4 times while on the phone with customer service and each time it would start beeping after about 1-1.5 minutes. She kept telling me to press the "clear" button. Each time I told her that did nothing, but did it anyway in order to placate her. I did it twice with the same results before asking why we continue to do this when it has the same outcome each time. She said she wants to hear it again. I didn't think we'd become BFF's after asking if she knew the definition of insanity?
After three more times on hold, quickly checking in each time to let me know she’d not forgotten about me, she returned with suggesting I try it with her on the phone to see if it will do it. I reminded her I'd done that 4 times initially and twice before being put on hold the first time. She suggested I do it again…and twice after that.
I told her this was getting ridiculous because each time my 5 lb Maltese (Lucy-Fur) went into protective mode with never-ending barking to in order to instill sufficient terror in the beeping "perps" that clearly posed a threat to herself (first), us and the 60 lb. English Springer Spaniel.
Now I love my husband very much and we’ve been together over 35 years. One would think he’d know not to question certain things by now. Still, he asked why I was using hot pads when clearly it wasn’t hot enough to warm the dish.
My world, my rules, I reminded him. He was right though.
I had put the chicken in my regular oven by the time she came back from putting me on hold the last time. I didn’t want it to turn from sitting out too long.
She discussed this with other customer service reps and collectively they came to the conclusion that it isn’t supposed to do this. She followed with saying pressing the “Clear” button it should stop the beeping.
It all started to feel surreal at this point.
I asked if she could put me with someone in technical support. She said she would talk with them and you got it…on hold again.
After 7 minutes of holding (and removing my cooked potatoes and chicken from the oven), she returned with the decision. Apparently, it is defective.
She asked if I could box it back up. I said I washed it and my husband packed it up in the original box while on hold this last time. She laughed (politely) and asked how we knew we’d have to return it for a new one? I told her it was going to be returned regardless…for a refund.
I thanked her for her time and trouble and hung up.
She was wonderful and very professional, just not the sharpest knife in the kitchen.
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