Cadco | OV-350 | Operating instructions | Cadco OV-350 Operating instructions

2. The interior of the oven can be cleaned easily. Use mild detergents. DO
3. The outer sides of the oven are stainless steel and can be cleaned easily
with any cleaner recommended for stainless steel.
4. The door can be removed for cleaning.
5. To replace the interior light, unscrew the glass cover and replace with an
oven temperature approved bulb.
Cadco warrants that this appliance be free from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from date of purchase. Gasket and
bulbs have a 90 day warranty. (A copy of your original purchase receipt is
required for proof of purchase date. This warranty does not cover
consequential damage of any kind or damages resulting from accident,
misuse, abuse, or external service or repair attempts by unauthorized personnel.
Inquiries concerning this warranty and the use and maintenance of this unit
should be directed to Cadco, Ltd.
Please note: This appliance is a carry-in service item; customer is
responsible for packaging the unit securely and returning it to Cadco*
or an authorized service center for service, along with a copy of your
original purchase receipt, a description of the problem, and your name,
shipping address and phone number. (Warranty provides repair of unit and
returning it to customer.)
-If sending it to Cadco, ship to: Cadco, Ltd., Attn: REPAIR, 145 Colebrook
River Road, Winsted, CT 06098. *Call Cadco at 860-738-2500 for Return
Authorization Number BEFORE returning any item directly to Cadco
for repair. Return Authorization Number MUST be written on outside
of carton to track the unit and avoid service delays.
-If not sending it directly to Cadco for service, call us at 860-738-2500 for
the location of your nearest authorized service center.
-*Canadian customers contact Joicey Food Services, Ltd. in Ontario, Tel.
(905) 825-9665.)
When shipping the unit for service, we recommend that you insure it for
its original purchase price. Cadco is not responsible for damage or loss
of unit in transit to service location.
Warranty is applicable only in USA and Canada*. (*Canadian customers
contact Joicey Food Services, Ltd. in Ontario, Tel. (905) 825-9665.)
Model #_______________Date of Purchase: __________________________
Place of Purchase: _______________________________________________
To expedite all warranty claims please keep your dated sales receipt
from place of purchase.
Cadco Ltd.
Commercial Convection
& Finishing Oven
Use & Care Manual
Model OV-350
(Note: sheet pans not included)
1500 Watts
120 Volts
60 Hz
Cadco, Ltd.
145 Colebrook River Road, Winsted, CT 06098
860-738-2500 l Fax 860-738-9772
Congratulations on your purchase of the Cadco OV-350 Countertop
Convection & Finishing Oven.
1. Read all instructions before use.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces!!! Always use hot pad or pot holder until unit
3. To protect against electrical hazards, do not immerse cord, plug, or
oven in water or any other liquid.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near
5. Unplug from outlet before cleaning. Allow to cool completely before
putting on or taking off parts.
6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or, or if the
appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Call
Factory Service at 860-738-2500. (In Canada, call (905) 825-9665.)
7. Do not use outdoors.
8. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter or touch hot surfaces.
9. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
10. Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces can break off the pad
and touch electrical parts, creating a shock hazard.
11. A fire may occur if this appliance is covered or touching flammable
material, including curtains, walls, etc., when in operation.
12. Extreme caution should be exercised when using containers other than
the intended, proper heat tempered metal and glass pans for baking.
Carefully remove the protective film from the external stainless
steel walls before using oven for the first time. If any glue residue
should remain, remove it with a suitable solvent recommended
for stainless.
Your unit is equipped with a grounded, current-carrying plug. This plug
will fit into any 3 pronged outlet. This is a SAFETY feature!
Electrical connection must be a proper outlet for the 3 pronged
cord. Before connecting power, make sure the voltage and
frequency correspond to the data plate on the oven (120 volts/60
A short power cord is provided to reduce the hazards resulting from
accidents such as tripping, entanglement, etc.
This oven is equipped with a manually resettable thermal breaker for
protection against overheating. To gain access to reset this device, first
unplug the oven from the power outlet. Then simply remove the rear
panel and push the reset button. Always replace panel before turning on
the appliance.
When performing any cleaning or maintenance to this oven, be sure
to unplug from power outlet first.
Model OV-350 is equipped with a powerful fan to move large quantities
of air, giving you optimum convection heat. When oven is in operation,
you will hear the noise of the fan’s motor. This is normal.
1. Be sure all shelves are correctly positioned in the oven. This
is equipped with 3 shelves. When cooking larger volume foods, it may
not be appropriate to use all 3 shelves.
2. Plug unit into a grounded, 3-prong,120 volts/60 hz outlet.
3. When positioning oven on counter, be sure the oven has a minimum
of 2 inches of air space on all sides.
The Model OV-350 convection oven can be automatically controlled by
the use of the temperature knob and the timer/on knob. (See Figure 1.)
2 position control knob
l Continuous on – turn knob left to “On” position. Unit will
remain on until knob is turned back to “Off”.
l Timer – Turn knob to select cooking times up to 120 minutes.
Timer will automatically turn oven off at completion of time.
Light indicates the
elements are heating
up. Light goes out
when set temperature
is attained.
Figure 1
For Finishing/
Top Browningturn temperature
knob past 5720 F
to the dot in the
following symbol:
knob can be set
for temperatures
between 1750 and
5000 F.
Convection oven cooking often allows for many standard recipes to be
adjusted to shorten times and lower temperatures. The end result is
more even cooking with more flavorful results.
Warming – Set temperatures around 1750F.
Reheating– If food is frozen, cook longer at lower temperatures. This
will ensure that food is heated evenly and prevent food fillings from
being served too hot.
Time – The greater the quantity of food in the oven, the longer the
cooking time required.
Even cooking – Always space product evenly on your cooking pans,
and leave space between shelves for proper convection. This oven can
handle up to three standard 1/2 size sheet pans at once without rotation.
It also handles 1/2 size steam table pans.
Baking – Always preheat oven for a minimum of 7 minutes.
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