Induction Range How to Enter Delayed Start
- Delayed Start feature for Induction Ranges
- How to enter the Delayed Start feature
- How to use Delayed Start
Using Delayed Start:
Use the Delayed Start Feature to set a mode to start later in the day and shut off when the cooking is complete, or to set it to shut off at a preset time up to 12 hours in the future.
- Refer to Delayed Start Feature for more information, including use tips.
To set Delayed Start:
- Touch Quick Start, then select the desired cooking mode and temperature.
- Touch Timed Cook, then select the desired cooking duration.
- Use the slide bar to select the desired stop time, then touch Set.
- The Time of Day clock must be set to the correct time in order for the Delayed Start feature to work correctly.
- The oven preheats as normal in the Delayed Start mode; however, the entered cook time starts as soon as the oven turns on, not once the oven reaches temperature.
- To cancel, touch the flashing duration/stop time on the touchscreen.
- The oven turns off automatically when the cook time is complete.
- Touch Off to clear.
- Use in any cooking mode except Broil, Gourmet, or Stone.
- The temperature probe cannot be used during Delayed Start.
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