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• Rack in high position, as placed into liner pan, will bring foods closer to the heat and will generally cook foods faster.
See Charts for recommended rack position.

• Rack in low position, as placed into liner pan, will keep foods away from the heat and best for larger food items.
See Charts for recommended rack position.

• When baking small items, use a foil-wrapped rack that is pierced with a few holes.

• When cooking individual items (i.e. baked potatoes or chicken fillets), arrange around outside of rack.

• Spraying rack with non stick spray will make cleanup even easier. (Do not spray the lid with non-stick spray).

• When cooking foods with high moisture or fat content, remove power head carefully to allow steam to escape.

• Use the cooking times in both the charts and recipes as a guide. Variables in food size and thickness, changes in humidity or altitude and your personal preference for doneness all have bearing on actual cooking times.
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