* Tested with a 12" Cheese Classic Crust Pizza and a 12" Fresh Thin Crust Pizza at 120V.
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use & care manual
P300S
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your oven, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
• Read all instructions
• Do not use this appliance for
other than intended use.
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Use
handles or knobs. Internal cavity
can reach up to 625°F.
• To protect against electrical
shock do not immerse cord,
plugs or appliance in water or
other liquid.
• Close supervision is necessary
when any appliance is used by
or near children.
• Unplug from outlet when not in
use and before cleaning. Allow
to cool before putting on or
taking off parts.
• It is recommended to regularly
inspect the appliance. Do not
operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug or after
the appliance malfunctions
or has been damaged in any
manner. For service, repair
or any questions regarding
your appliance, please call our
Customer Service Line at 1-800231-9786 (US and Canada.)
• A fire may occur if the pizza
oven is covered or touching
certain materials, including
curtains, draperies, walls, and
the like, when in operation. Do
not store any item on top of the
appliance when in operation and
keep oven vents unobstructed.
• Use extreme caution while
using containers constructed
of materials other than metal
or glass. Glass and metal
containers should only be used
on the Bake and Deep Dish
settings of the appliance.
• Do not store any materials,
other than the manufacturer's
recommended accessories, in
this oven when not in use.
• Do not place any of the
following materials in the oven:
paper, cardboard, plastic and
other flammable materials.
• Do not cover crumb tray or any
part of the oven with metal foil.
This will cause overheating of
the oven.
• Do not let cord hang over edge
of table or counter, or touch hot
surfaces.
• This appliance is not intended
for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Do not place on or near a hot
gas or electric burner, or in a
heated oven.
• Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
• To disconnect, turn timer control
to "OFF"; then remove plug
from wall outlet.
• The appliance is not intended
to be operated by means of
an external timer or separate
remote control system.
• The use of accessory
attachments not recommended
by the appliance manufacturer
may cause injuries.
• Do not use outdoors.
• Do not clean with metal
scouring pads. Pieces can break
off the pad and touch electrical
parts, creating a risk of electrical
shock.
• Oversized foods or metal
utensils must not be inserted in
a pizza oven, as they may create
a fire or risk of electric shock.
• This pizza oven is not a
traditional toaster oven and it
is not intended to be used as a
toaster. Never try to toast bread
as it may create a fire or risk of
electric shock.
CAUTION:
• This oven has been designed
and tested to cook pizza and
certain other foods. This oven
is not intended, and should not
be used to cook foods with a
tendency to splatter or drip
grease, as this can pose a fire
risk. Food such as (but not
limited to) bacon, bratwursts,
and burgers should be avoided.
• Use care when opening the
oven door.
• Do not leave oven unattended
when in operation. Food ignition
may occur. If this happens, unplug
unit but DO NOT open door.
• Before cleaning any part of
the unit, be sure the unit is
off, unplugged and completely
cool. To reduce the risk of fire,
keep oven interior completely
clean and free of food residues,
oil, grease and any other
combustible materials.
• Do not use water on a grease fire.
• Do not cook with the door open.
• Do not place hands inside the
appliance during operation.
WARNING:
• Only use provided Ceramic Tray
and Tray Handle to cook and
remove items from the oven.
The Ceramic Tray must always
be placed in the oven during
operation. Standard oven safe
pans, including but not limited
to, metal and glass containers
can only be used on Bake and
Deep Dish settings.
• Do not set the hot foods or
Ceramic Tray directly on the
countertop.
• Do not attempt to heat or cook
nonfood items in the oven.
• Children should always be
supervised around the oven
during operation and while the
oven is cooling before cleaning.
• Do not use non-stick accessories
such as pans and utensils
while on the following settings:
Regular/Thin Pizza Crust, Frozen
Snacks, and Rising Crust Pizza.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
This product is for household use only.
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SAFETY FEATURES
GROUNDED PLUG
As a safety feature, this product is
equipped with a grounded plug, which
will only fit into a three-prong outlet. Do
not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
Improper connection of the grounding
conductor may result in the risk of
electrical shock. Consult a qualified
electrician if you are in doubt as to
whether the outlet is properly grounded.
ELECTRICAL CORD
1) A short power cord is provided
to reduce the risk resulting from
becoming entangled in or tripping over
a longer cord.
2) Longer detachable power-supply
cords or extension cords are available
and may be used if care is exercised in
their use.
3) If a long detachable power-supply
cord or extension cord is used:
TAMPER-RESISTANT SCREW
Warning: This appliance is equipped
with a tamper-resistant screw to prevent
removal of the outer cover. To reduce
the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
attempt to remove the outer cover.
There are no user-serviceable parts
inside. Repair should be done only by
authorized service personnel. For service,
repair or any questions regarding your
appliance, please call our Customer
Service Line at 1-800-231-9786 (US and
Canada).
a) The marked electrical rating of the
extension cord should be at least
as great as the electrical rating of
the appliance,
b) If the appliance is of the grounded
type, the extension cord should be
a grounding-type 3-wire cord
c) The longer cord should be
arranged so that it will not
drape over the countertop or
tabletop where it can be pulled
on by children or tripped over
unintentionally.
Note: If the power cord is damaged,
please contact the warranty department
listed in these instructions.
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G E T T I NG TO KN OW YO UR P IZZA OVEN
1
5
2
1.
3
Ceramic Tray
(Part # P300S-01)
4
control panel
2. Crumb Tray
(Part # P300S-03)
3. Power Light
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4. Tray Handle
(Part # P300S-02)
5. T
ray Handle Hooks
(Part # P300S-04)
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6. Control Knob
7.
Timer and On/Off Knob
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HOW TO U S E
This product is for household use only.
G E T T I NG STARTE D
• Remove all packing material, any stickers, and the plastic band around
the power plug.
• Go to www.prodprotect.com/applica to register your warranty.
• Wash all removable parts as instructed in CARE AND CLEANING.
• Select a location where this unit is to be used. This unit should be placed
on a stable, heat resistant surface, free from cloth, liquids and any other
flammable materials. Allow enough space from back, front and sides of
the unit and the wall to allow heat to flow without damage to cabinets
and walls.
• Insert crumb tray before use. (Fig A)
• Install handle external hooks, see
“Installing Tray Handle Hooks” section.
• Plug unit into electrical outlet. To avoid
circuit overload, do not operate another
high wattage appliance on the same
circuit.
A
IN STAL L I NG T RAY HA N DLE HO OKS
1. Locate hook holes on both sides of
the unit.
2. F
ind a location for your Pizza Oven,
and then decide which side of the
unit you would like your Tray Handle
to be located.
3. Take the Handle Hooks, and screw
them into the two holes on the
desired side. Do not over tighten.
4. Place Tray Handle in the hooks. (Fig B)
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B
IMP ORTA N T I N FO R MATIO N
AB OU T YOUR P IZZA OVE N
• This unit is designed to cook significantly faster than other cooking
devices on most settings. Do not leave unit unattended while in use.
• This oven gets hot. When in use, always use oven mitts or potholders
when touching any outer or inner surface of the oven.
• D
o not use cooking sprays or oils on ceramic tray while using
functions that have Medium or High IR intensity. See function chart on
next page.
• During first few minutes of use you may notice smoke and a slight odor.
This is caused by oil that may have been used during manufacturing of
the unit and will not impact the performance of this oven.
• You must set the timer for the pizza oven to function.
• The heating elements will cycle on and off during operation to maintain
even heat distribution.
• Do not cut foods directly on the provided Ceramic Tray.
• Do not use parchment paper, silicone mats, or other baking liners in
this oven.
• Opening the door often or for extended periods of time could impact
preheat and cook time. Keep door closed whenever possible to retain
heat.
PREHEATING
• Always preheat the oven for at least 5 minutes before use.
• For items such as pizza, frozen snacks, etc; always preheat the Ceramic
Tray along with the oven by putting the Ceramic Tray in place before the
appliance starts heating.
• For more sensitive baked goods such as cookies, croissants, etc;
preheating the Ceramic Tray can cause the food to cook too quickly and
is not recommended.
• As a general rule, if the foods are being cooked on the lower heat
settings (Bake and Deep Dish) preheating the Ceramic Tray is not
needed. If the foods cook at higher temperatures, preheat the Ceramic
Tray for optimal results.
• For crispier crusts on your pizza we recommend preheating the oven for
10 minutes before the first use, then an additional 3-4 minutes between
pizzas.
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C HO OS I N G T H E R IGHT F UN C TION
This Pizza Oven & Snack Maker features 5 easy to use settings that were
specially programmed to ensure optimal results for the foods being cooked.
BAKE: Set with a constant temperature at 375°F, enabling you to bake
general items like cookies or pastries in the Pizza Oven. Please note that
while you can bake a variety of items at this temperature you may need to
adjust your baking time.
FROZEN SNACKS: Optimized with high heat and high IR intensity to
quickly cook basic frozen snack items in approximately half the time as
a conventional oven. For best results insure all items being cooked are of
the same type and general size. Please watch the cooking process closely
as cooking times will vary depending on the item type and thickness.
PIZZA CRUST—REGULAR & THIN: This setting works with fresh or frozen
pizza by optimizing the top and bottom heating elements to give you a
crisp crust while melting the cheese on top. Depending on the thickness
and number of toppings cooking times may vary so please watch the
cooking process closely.
PIZZA CRUST—RISING: Developed with high heat but lowered IR intensity
for both fresh and frozen rising crusts. This allows the crusts to rise
appropriately. Please watch the cooking process closely as thickness and
number of toppings may affect cook time.
PIZZA CRUST—DEEP DISH: Cooks the pizza more slowly at 375°F to ensure
warm gooey toppings all the way through the pizza. While it will cook
more closely to standard cooking times for deep dish pizzas please
monitor the cooking process closely.
IR
FUNCTION INTENSITY TEMP
RECOMMENDED
BAKEWARE
Bake
Provided Ceramic Cookies
Tray, or oven safe
metal or glass pans Croissants
on provided tray
Cinnamon Rolls
Low
375°F
EXAMPLE FOODS
Frozen Potato Skins
Frozen
Snacks
High
PIZZA CRUST
Regular High
& Thin
Rising
Deep
Dish
Medium
Low
Ceramic
+600°F Provided
Tray only
Ceramic
+600°F Provided
Tray only
Ceramic
+600°F Provided
Tray only
375°F
RECOMMENDED
COOK TIMES*
8 – 12 mins
8 – 10 mins
7 – 10 mins
4 – 5 mins
Frozen Jalapeño Poppers 5 – 6 mins
Frozen Chicken Nuggets 4 – 5 mins
Frozen Fish Sticks
4 – 5 mins
Fresh Pizza
Homemade
Take and Bake**
4 – 5 mins
Frozen Pizza
4 – 5 mins
Thin Crust Pizza
4 – 5 mins
Frozen Rising Crust Pizza
10 – 14 mins
time may vary
depending on
toppings
Frozen Meal Pockets
12 – 13 mins
Deep Dish Pizza
35 – 45 mins
Provided Ceramic
Tray, or oven safe
Pot Pie
metal or glass pans
on provided tray
Lasagna
25 – 30 mins
50 – 60 mins
*Household voltages may vary impacting cooking times
**If Take and Bake pizza comes with tray, do not use. Put pizza directly on Ceramic Tray.
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OP ER AT I N G YOU R PI ZZA OVE N
1.Turn the control knob to the desired function. See “Choosing the
Right Function” section for guidance on settings.
2. Turn the timer knob past 10, and then to desired cooking time.
3.The power light will illuminate, indicating that oven is on and
heating. The light will stay on until the timer counts down to “OFF”.
Note: T
he cooking cycle can be stopped at any time by manually
turning the timer counter-clockwise to “OFF”.
4.Allow the Pizza Oven and Ceramic Tray to preheat for
approximately 5 minutes. For crispier crust, preheat an extra 5
minutes on first pizza, and 3 - 4 minutes between pizzas.
Note: P
reheat the Ceramic Tray along with the oven for frozen
snacks, pizza, etc. For more sensitive baked goods, do not
preheat the Ceramic Tray; instead insert the Ceramic Tray
along with the food at the start of the baking time.
5.Open the door, slide the Ceramic Tray out using the Tray Handle,
place the food in the center of the Ceramic Tray and close the door.
Adjust timer as needed for cooking time.
Note: P
lacing pizzas or other items off center on the tray may cause
uneven results.
6.At the end of the selected baking time the oven will ding and the
power indicator light will go off, indicating the oven is no longer on.
7.Remove the food using oven mitts or by using the provided Tray
Handle to pull the Ceramic Tray out. Place on a heat resistant surface.
Always use caution when removing hot foods from the oven.
8. Unplug the appliance when not in use.
C AR E A N D C L EA N IN G
This product contains no user serviceable parts.
CLEANING
Important: Before cleaning any part, be sure the oven is off, unplugged and
completely cool. DO NOT clean the heating elements.
1.Clean the glass door with a sponge, soft cloth or nylon pad using dish
soap and water. Do not use a spray glass cleaner.
2.Clean the stainless steel with a sponge, soft cloth or nylon pad using
dish soap and water. To polish and shine the stainless steel, you may
use a non bleach cleaner such as Barkeeper's Friend .
3. Ceramic Tray is dishwasher safe, but can also be cleaned using dish soap and water with a polyester or nylon pad. Similar to a pizza stone some discoloration will occur over time on the ceramic tray.
4.Wipe crumb tray with a dampened cloth or paper toweling and dry
thoroughly before inserting back into unit.
®
• Due to the intense heat inside of the oven, over time a slight yellowing may occur
around the oven door. Cleaners such as Barkeeper’s Friend® easily clean the surface
to like-new condition. Only use these cleaners on the outside surfaces of the oven.
• After use, the pan may slightly season and discolor. This is normal and should not
affect results.
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T RO U B L ES HO OTIN G
PROBLEM
EXPLANATION
RECOMMENDATION
My Pizza cooked
unevenly.
The heating element types
and location have been
specifically optimized to
cook a perfect pizza from
the center of the pan without
needing to rotate. Being off
center can cause one side to
cook a little faster than the
other.
•When placing pizza on the tray, pull
it out slightly with the tray handle to
better see where the true center is.
The food took
longer to cook
than expected or
lacked crisp.
Preheating the appliance
properly can affect the
results; if a pizza is cooked
before the oven is at the
proper temperature the pizza
may take longer to cook and
could lack crisp.
•Always preheat the appliance for at
least 5 minutes prior to cooking.
My Pizza didn’t
turn out on the
Thin/Regular
setting.
As with a normal oven, thick
foods will need more cooking
time than thinner foods.
Because this oven cooks so
quickly on the Thin/Regular
and Frozen Snack settings the
following may happen:
•Inspect the food before choosing a
setting:
or
Some frozen
snacks didn’t turn
out on the Frozen
Snack setting.
1. Pizzas with thicker crusts
or more toppings may
brown before the pizza is
truly cooked all the way
through. Some toppings
may even overcook while
the rest of the pizza needs
more time.
2. Frozen foods with various
thicknesses may have some
pieces done before others.
Some piece may even
overcook while others still
need more time.
3. Some thick or dense
frozen snacks might cook
unevenly. The higher heat
and IR intensity could
cause the food to overcook
on the outside, but still
need more time on the
inside.
I want crispier
crust on my pizza.
The unit is
smoking.
•If while cooking you notice this; pull the
tray out and use oven safe utensils (such
as a spatula or tongs) to move the pizza
back into center for the rest of the cook
time. Rotating the pizza can also help
if you are farther long in the cooking
process. Please note that opening the
door could impact the cook time.
• If the pizza crust looks thick or there
are a lot of toppings (ex. supreme
pizza), you may want to consider
using the “Rising Crust” setting. The
lower IR intensity helps cook slightly
slower, giving the pizza more time to
cook all the way through.
• If frozen snacks have a large
variation in thickness or size, you
may want to consider using the
“Rising Crust” setting. The lower IR
intensity helps cook slightly slower,
giving the food more time to cook
all the way through.
• If frozen foods are very dense or
thick, you may want to try using the
“Rising Crust” setting. The lower IR
intensity helps cook slightly slower,
giving the food more time to cook
all the way through.
•If while cooking you notice this, turn
the control setting to “Rising Crust” and
allow it to cook until desired doneness.
If needed, remove items that are
finished cooking and allow underdone
items more time to finish cooking.
As with a normal oven,
getting crispier crust requires
more time and in some cases
higher temperatures. Allowing
the pizza oven to preheat
longer will enable your oven
to reach a higher temperature
for desired results.
•Normal preheat is 5 minutes. Allow the
oven to preheat for a full 10 minutes
for crispier crust; follow the same cook
times listed in cooking chart provided.
As with a normal oven,
leftover food or depress can
cause the appliance to smoke.
•Always clean your oven between uses
to avoid smoke and safety hazards.
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•If cooking more than one pizza, allow
3-4 minutes of preheat between pizzas
in order to keep the pizza oven at the
correct temperature.
•Upon first use you may notice a light
odor or smoke. This is normal and will
cause no harm.
NE E D H E L P ?
For service, repair or any questions regarding your appliance, please call
our Customer Service Line at 1-800-231-9786. Please DO NOT return the
product to the place of purchase. Also, please DO NOT mail product back to
manufacturer, nor bring it to a service center. You may also want to consult
the website listed on the cover of this pamphlet.
Warranty Information
(Applies only in the United States and Canada)
What does it cover?
•Any defect in material or workmanship provided; however, Spectrum
Brands’ liability will not exceed the purchase price of product.
For how long?
•Two years from the date of original purchase with proof of such purchase.
What will we do to help you?
•Provide you with a reasonably similar replacement product that is either
new or factory refurbished.
How do you get service?
•Save your receipt as proof of date of sale.
•Visit the online service website at www.prodprotect.com/applica, or call
toll-free
1-800-231-9786, for general warranty service.
•If you need parts or accessories, please call 1-800-738-0245.
What does your warranty not cover?
•Damage from commercial use
•Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect
•Products that have been modified in any way
•Products used or serviced outside the country of purchase
•Glass parts and other accessory items that are packed with the unit
•Shipping and handling costs associated with the replacement of the unit
•Consequential or incidental damages (Please note, however, that some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or
incidental damages, so this limitation may not apply to you.)
How does state law relate to this warranty?
•This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other
rights that vary from state to state or province to province.
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