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Air Fryer Oven FAQs & Manual

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Control Panel Settings

    1. Inner lamp buttonenhans

Press this button to turn on/off the inner lamp.

    1. Airfry buttonenhans

Press this button to select the airfry function.

    1. Power on/off buttonenhans

Press this button to turn on/off the oven. When plug in, the light ring flashes, means power on. Press this button to set function/temp/time and start working, the light ring keep illuminating during setting mode and working. During standby mode, the light ring keeps flashing.

    1. Weak convection buttonenhans

Press this button to select weak convection which is for defrost function.

    1. Strong convection buttonenhans

Press this button to select weak convection.

    1. Start/pause/cancel buttonenhans

In standby mode, light ring off. In setting mode, light ring flashes. During working, the light ring keeps illuminating, and the will lock after 2 min, except inner lamp/ convection can be operated, other menu, temp and time are unadjustable.

Operating Instructions

    1. Place the appropriate rack, tray, and/or basket in the position recommended.
    2. When plug in, the power button light ring flashes. Press this button, enter setting mode, the light ring illuminates. Turn the Multifunction knob to select functions/ temp/ time.
    3. When desired function is flashing, press Multifunction knob to confirm.
    4. The screen temp will flash, turn Multifunction knob to choose desired temperature, press Multifunction knob to confirm.
    5. The screen time will flash, turn Multifunction knob to choose desired time, press Multifunction knob to confirm.
    6. Start/ pause/ cancel button will flash and LED screen will display the selected or default temperature and time. After setting, press the button to start working and the button keeps illuminating.
    7. When countdown time reaches 0:00, oven will beep three times and stop working.

1.Cooking process can be canceled before countdown time reaches 0:00 by pressing the start/ pause/ cancel button.
2.During cooking, if open the door, the oven stop cooking. When the door is closed the oven will continue working until finish.
3. After cooking, the fan keeps working for 1 min to cool the oven. You can choose strong or weak convection for this. The fan will be off in standy mode.

How to change time, temperature, and function during cooking?

    • To change time:During the cooking, press Start/pause/cancel button, unlock, use the knob to add or decrease time, press Start/pause/cancel button, the new countdown time will be displayed, and cooking will continue.

    • To change temperature:During the cooking, press Start/pause/cancel button, unlock, press the knob for 2seconds until the current temperature flashes. Turn the knob to desired temperature and cooking will continue at the new temperature.

    • To change function:You must press Start/pause/cancel button for 3seconds to stop the current program, beep 1 time, unlock, then turn knob and press it to select another function, choose the time and temp, press Start/pause/cancel button again to continue cooking.


  1. All lights will be OFF in standby mode.
  2. Standby mode power consumption less than 0.5W.
  3. Cooking cycle finished, after 3 min will auto enter standby mode.
  4. Under no cooking condition exceed 3 min, will auto enter standby mode.

Preset Functions:



  1. Temperature can be adjusted at 10°C/ time, but ferment at 5°C/ time.
  2. Time: within 30 min, 1 min/time; 30 min-2hours, 5 min/time; up to 2hours, 30 min/time.
  3. If the menu can choose both strong & weak convection, one is already chosen, if press another one, then the previous one will be cancelled, will keep the latest one.


Air Frying Tips:

For best cooking results, use the provided air-fry basket at cavity middle step, put the baking tray at bottom step.

Air-fry can be used at 100-230°C for up to 1 hour. This function is used to air-fry meals as a healthy alternative to deep frying in oil. Strong convection and multiple heating elements to prepare a variety of meals that can be both delicious and healthier than traditional frying.

*Default: 230°C 15 minutes

    1. Many foods that can be fried can be air-fried without using excess amounts of oil. Air-fried foods will be light taste and less greasy than deep-fried foods.
    2. Air-frying doesn’t require oil, but a light spray can enhance browning and crispiness. Use an oil sprayer or a nonstick olive oil cooking spray to keep it extra light, a pastry brush to evenly coat, or pour a little oil into a bowl, add food, and toss.
    3. Most oils can be used for air-frying. Olive oil is preferred for a richer flavor. Vegetable, canola or grape seed oils are recommended for milder flavors.
    4. An assortment of coatings can be used on air-fried foods. Some examples of different crumb mixtures include: bread crumbs, seasoned breadcrumbs, panko bread crumbs, crushed cornflakes, potato chips, and graham crackers. Various flours, including gluten-free, and other dry foods like cornmeal work as well.
    5. Most foods do not need to be flipped during cooking, but larger items, like chicken cutlets, should be turned halfway through the cooking cycle to ensure evenly cooked and browned results.
    6. When air-frying large quantities of food that fill the pan, toss food half way through the cooking cycle to ensure evenly cooked results and color.
    7. Use higher temperatures for foods that cook quickly, like bacon and chips, and lower temperatures for foods that take longer to cook, like breaded chicken.
    8. Foods will cook more evenly if they are cut into the same-size pieces.
    9. Please note that many foods release water when they cook. When cooking large quantities for an extended period of time, condensation may build up, which could leave moisture on your countertop.

Air Frying Guide:

Food Name Food Qty/Weight Temperature
Bacon 12 ounces, about 10-12 slices 230 8-10 minutes
Chicken Wings 2 pounds, about 20 wings (max 3 pounds) 230 20-25 minutes
Frozen Appetizers 1.5 pounds, about 20 frozen mozzarella sticks 230 5-7 minutes
Frozen Nuggets 1 pound, about 34 nuggets 230 10 minutes
Frozen Fish Sticks 12 ounces, about 20 frozen fish sticks 230 8 minutes
Frozen Fries 1 to 2 pounds 230 15-25 minutes
Frozen Steak Fries 1 to 2 pounds 230 15-25 minutes
Hand-cut Fries 1 to 2 pounds, (2 to 4 medium potatoes), cut into 1/4 inch thick pieces, about 4 inches 230 15-20 minutes
Hand-cut Steak Fries 1 to 2 pounds, (2 to 4 medium-large potatoes), cut into eigths lengthwise 230 15-20 minutes
Shrimp 1 Pound, about 16 extra-large shrimp 190 8-10 minutes
Tortilla Chips 6, 5-inch tortillas cut into fourths 230 5-6 minutes, toss halfway through
Vegetables 1 pound, about 4 cups 230 Thin slices: 10minutes; larger cuts: 15-20 minutes

In addition to being able to program the temperature and time for air-frying, the oven has convenient, easy-to-use for your fried favorites-French fries, chicken wings, chicken nuggets, snacks, and vegetables.
To use air-fry presets, follow these steps:

  1. Press the air-fry button or scroll through function menu and select air-fry.
  2. Turn knob to scroll through preset functions. When desired preset is flashing, press knob to confirm selection.
  3. Preset temperature and time will display.
  4. To use displayed settings, press Start/Stop to begin.


Dehydrating Guide:

Food Preparation Temperature
Fan Speed Time
Herbs/Spices Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme Rinse in cold water; pat dry 40-50 Low 3-6 hours until stems are brittle & leaves crumble easily
Herbs/Spices Garlic Peel cloves;halve lengthwise 40-50 High 6-12 hours
Herbs/Spices Ginger Root Peel; grate or slice thinly 40-50 Low 2-6 hours
Fruit Apples Peel and core; slice thinly 60 Low 4-10 hours
Fruit Apricot, Bananas, Figs, Mangos, Melons, Nectarines, Pineapples, Pears, Plums Wash; core, deseed or pit; reomve rinds from melons or some peels slice thinly 60 High 6-12 hours
Fruit Cranberries, Blueberries Dip in boiling water to burst skins 60 High 10-18 hours
Fruit Cherries Wash; pit 60 High 12-24 hours
Fruit Citrus Wash; slice thinly 60 Low 2-12 hours
Fruit Grapes Wash; leave whole 60 High 10-36 hours
Vegetables Beans
(Green/Wax), Brocolli, Cauliflower, Corn*, Mushrooms, Peas*, Peppers, Potatoes*, Onion, Squash, Tomatoes
Wash; peel and deseed as necessary; *blanch; cut or slice into uniform pieces; remove corn from cob; peas can be left as whole 60-65 High 6-12 hours
Vegetables Beets Steam until tender; peel and slice thinly 60-65 High 3-10 hours
Vegetables Leafy Greens
(Kale, Spinach)
Wash; dry thoroughly; remove stems, tear leaves into small pieces if necessary 60-65 Low 3-6 hours
Meat Pork/Beef Remove fat and gristle; cut into uniform strips; marinate if desired; pat off excess oil during drying 70 High 4-15 hours
Fish Lean fish Cut into uniform strips; marinate if desired 55-60 high Until firm and dry

  1. Unplug the appliance and allow it to cool before cleaning.
  2. Do not immerse the appliance in water. All surfaces can be cleaned with a clean damp cloth.
  3. If stains still appear, it is recommended to use soap.
  4. Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp utensils to clean the appliance.
  5. Clean the interior chamber with a clean damp cloth.
  6. Clean surface in contact with food by a clean damp cloth or wash the accessories with clean water. Baking tray can’t be cleaned with dishwasher.

Issues Suggested Solution
Why won't my unit turn on? Make sure your unit is plugged into a functional outlet and the oven door is closed.
Why does the fan keeps on after cooking? The fan remains on for cooling purposes
Why does the light turn off The light only stays on for 20 seconds each time the light button is pressed to conserve energy. This is normal.
Can I change my cooking function when the unit is already cooking? You need to first interrupt the current cooking function by pressing Start/Stop Then unit will go back to selection menu and desired cooking function can be chosen.
Can I change the time I or temperature when the unit is already cooking? Yes Simply turn the Knob during cooking to change the temperature, press the knob and, when the temperature is flashing, use the dial to increase/decrease temperature.
Why is my food not crispy or fried evenly? Some foods may require more oil than others If not crispy enough, spray, brush or add some oil on the food. Make sure food is spread evenly in one single layer in the Airfry basket with no overlap If food still overlaps, toss or flip food halfway through cooking cycle. Put the food in for additional cooking time. Make sure to check periodically until food reaches desired brownness. Do not leave oven unattended.
Why is my food undercooked? If you put too much food in the basket, try with smaller batches of food and single layers, rather than stacking food on top of each other. The temperature might be too low. Use the knob to increase temperature.
Why does condensation and steam come out of my unit? When preparing greasy foods, oil may leak into the pan and it produces steam. This will not affect the unit or the end result. It may fog up the viewing window on the sides or corners. When preparing foods with a high moisture content, the water evaporates out of the food and causes condensation. It may fog up the viewing window on the sides or corners. The pan, basket, or bottom of oven may contain grease residue from previous use. Make sure to clean the pan properly after each use.
Are the parts dishwasher safe? The Baking/Drip Pan and the air-fry basket are dishwasher safe. Do not put the Crumb Tray or the wire rack in the dishwasher; instead, hand-wash with warm, sudsy water.
How do I clean tough-to-remove food residue from my accessories? To remove baked-on grease, soak the accessories in hot, sudsy water or use a nonabrasive cleanser.


    1. Do I need to preheat the oven before using?

No need to preheat the microwave, if you are just using it for reheating purposes. You only need to preheat the microwave if you are doing convection cooking.

    1. How do I clean my oven?

Generously sprinkle baking soda on the bottom of the oven. Using a spray bottle, wet the baking soda with vinegar (you don’t want a puddle of vinegar). Note that the reaction of the vinegar and baking soda will cause bubbling. Let sit for about 4 hours or overnight. Wipe away vinegar and baking soda with a textured sponge. If any residue is left, simply use clean water to wipe clean.

Warning & Cautions.

When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be followed, which include the following:

  1. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
  2. This appliance is for HOUSEHOLD USE only. Read all instructions before use or cleaning.
  3. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used near children.
  4. Do not immerse cord, plug, or any part of the appliance in water or other liquids.
  5. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
  6. Do not operate appliance with damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. If the appliance is damaged or broken, do not repair yourself, if the power cord or the plug is broken or damaged, do not repair or change yourself, please send the appliance to qualified service centre for repair or service.
  7. When operating the oven, keep at least four inches (ten centimeters) of space on all sides of the oven to allow for adequate air circulation.
  8. To disconnect, turn the control to OFF, before removing the plug.
  9. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Always hold the plug, but never pull the cord.
  10. Allow the appliance to cool before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning
  11. Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or food.
  12. Do not cover any part of the oven with metal or cloth, it may cause overheating of the oven.
  13. Never leave the appliance unattended in working.
  14. Oversized foods or metal utensils cannot put into the appliance as they may create a fire or risk of electric shock.
  15. Extreme caution should be exercised when using containers constructed of anything other than qualified metal or qualified ceramics.
  16. Do not place any of the following materials in the oven: plastic, paper, or anything similar.
  17. Do not use any accessories other than manufacturer recommended accessories in this oven.
  18. Always wear protective, insulated oven gloves when inserting or removing items from the hot oven.
  19. The glass door is heavy, please hold the handle until the door is completely open, do not let the door fall itself.
  20. Do not put anything on the door glass when it is opened.
  21. The temperature on the surface of this appliance is high in or after working, do not touch.
  22. The accessible surfaces are liable to get hot during use.
  23. External timer is not intended to operate appliance.