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Old 05-06-2017, 12:42 PM   #1
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Can I use metal pans in my Contoure Micro/Convention Oven?

Instructions aren't clear, so I'm wondering if anyone has information about what kind of pan is acceptable. The manual indicates what to avoid in the microwave, but not what kind of pans are allowable when the oven is used in a convection fashion.

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Old 05-06-2017, 12:50 PM   #2
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Maybe google your unit and see what their manufacturer says...


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I believe that a convection oven is simply an electric oven with a fan inside to circulate the air for efficiency. Unless the instruction booklet prohibits metal, that seems fine IMO. As long as you don't need to "nuke" your dish with the MW after baking, just to warm it up!

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Yep, a convection oven is just that; you can use any baking pan in the convection mode. In microwave pan you must use microwave acceptable pans. we have some ceramic pans that work in both.
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I have a Micro Wave /Convection oven and metal pans can be used in in the convection mode b
but not in micro wave mode but why carry two sets of pans?
Silicone pans store easily and can be used in both modes, plus they are light weight
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Old 05-07-2017, 12:20 PM   #6
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That term "Convection" is a REAL Misnomer!��
CONVECTION is what an ordinary oven is.
Smoke/heat rises, remember?
THAT'S Convection!

What 'they' are calling a "Convection" oven is actually a Forced Air oven; which has it's advantages.
But call it what it IS; instead of listening to 'Ad Man Word Spinners' trying to corrupt the English language to impress the buyer with how little they know!��
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That term "Convection" is a REAL Misnomer!��
CONVECTION is what an ordinary oven is.
Smoke/heat rises, remember?
THAT'S Convection!

What 'they' are calling a "Convection" oven is actually a Forced Air oven; which has it's advantages.
But call it what it IS; instead of listening to 'Ad Man Word Spinners' trying to corrupt the English language to impress the buyer with how little they know!��
Amazing, the pool of knowledge we have on here!
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That term "Convection" is a REAL Misnomer!��
CONVECTION is what an ordinary oven is.
Smoke/heat rises, remember?
THAT'S Convection!

What 'they' are calling a "Convection" oven is actually a Forced Air oven; which has it's advantages.
But call it what it IS; instead of listening to 'Ad Man Word Spinners' trying to corrupt the English language to impress the buyer with how little they know!��
That train sailed a long time ago. Nice rant though.

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I never got the hang of a convection microwave oven.
I burned everything.
Also I never knew if I was supposed to remove the glass carousel and rollers from the microwave. I always took out the metal rack when using the microwave, so it had to go somewhere. More trouble than it was worth.
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