When you get a new cooker. How long do you leave the oven to for it to be able to work?
- CLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Read the manual. You don't need to let it settle like a fridge but you may need to heat it up to burn off an interior protective coating,* a bit like you need to boil a new kettle and pour the water out a few times before it's ready for use. It'll say in the manual.
* If there is one this is added at the factory to protect the interior in storage, it has nothing to do with the home life of the oven.
- deniseLv 72 months ago
As far as I know, you can use it straight away, once its been [plumbed in].
- IvaBLv 52 months ago
I haven't a clue what a "new cooker" is,or what you mean by "leaving the oven to for it to be able to work".
- Anonymous2 months ago
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- CliveLv 72 months ago
Why doesn't it work immediately?
- STEPHENLv 72 months ago
Why do you need to leave the oven? Hook up the cooker, switch on the oven.
- GoergeLv 72 months ago
What exactly is a cooker? A rice cooker obviously doesn't belong in the oven so can I safely assume you are to for trolling? A person who cooks isn't a cooker either nor do they belong in an oven.
If it's a gas oven it should be able to work as soon as you see the cook-top burners are working. This assumes the pilot light is lit and the oven is getting gas.
I also didn't understand the question because there usually isn't waiting involved for the oven to work. And it's not just the language barrier. It's me, not you.
- ChristopherLv 42 months ago
read the manual