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Air Fryer Oven With Digital LCD Touch Screen KQKX001 User Manual English Version

Ⅰ. Parts & Accessories

  • NOTE: Unpack all listed contents from the packaging. Varies by model. Please remove any clear or blue protective film on the components. 

  1. Main Unit
  2. Control Panel
  3. Air Intake Vents
  4. Hot Air Outlet Vents
  5. Air Flow Racks
  6. Rotating Mesh Basket
  7. Drip Tray
  8. Rotisserie Shaft, Forks& Set Screws
  9. Rotisserie Fetch Tool
  • Rotisserie Fetch Tool 
  1. Use to remove cooked roasts and chicken that have been prepared using the rotisserie or skewer methods.  
  2. Important: Please make sure that your Air Oven has been shipped with the components, that you ordered (some accessories may be sold separately). Check everything carefully before use. If any part is missing or damaged, do not use this product. Contact the shipper using the customer service number located in the back of the owner's manual. 
  3. NOTE: Some accessories may not be included with the purchase. 
  4. Warning: Forks, Skewers, and other metal parts with this unit are sharp and will get extremely hot during use. 
  5. Great care should be taken to avoid personal injury. Wear protective oven mitts or gloves. 
  • Air Flow Racks 
  1. Can be used not only for dehydration but also to cook crispy snacks or reheat items like pizza. 
  • Rotating Mesh Basket 
  1. Great for fries, roasted nuts, and other snacks. Use Rotisserie Fetch Tool to place the basket into the Unit. 
  • Drip Tray 
  1. Cook with the Drip Pan in place for easy clean-up. 
  • Rotisserie Shaft, Forks & Set Screws 
  1. Use for roasts and whole chicken, Force Shaft lengthwise through meat and center. Slide Forks onto the shaft from either end into the meat, then lock them in place with Set Screws. There are indentations on the shaft for the set screws. You can adjust the screws closer to the middle if needed but never outward towards the ends. 
  2. NOTE: Make sure the roast or chicken is not too large to rotate freely within the oven. Maximum Chicken or Roast, 1000-1500g. 
  3. Important: Before initial use and after subsequent use, hand wash the Rotating Mesh Basket and other cooking accessories. Then, wipe the outside and inside of the Unit with a warm moist cloth and mild detergent. Finally, preheat the Air Oven for a few minutes to burn off any residue. 

Ⅱ. Using the Accessories

  • Placing Air Flow Racks into Unit 
  1. Insert Drip Tray into the bottom of the Unit. 
  2. Place Air Flow Racks into the Unit by sliding through the side grooves and onto the back lip (FIG. A). 
  3. Place Air Flow Racks closer to the top heating element for faster cooking and added crispiness (FIG. B). 
  4. Rotate the Air Flow Racks mid-cycle for even cooking. 

  • Rotisserie Shaft & Skewers Racks 
  1. Place the two Skewer Racks at each end of the Rotisserie Shaft. Make sure the Set Screws are on the outer side of the Rotisserie Shaft. 
  2. Slightly tighten the Set Screws. Do not overtighten as you may need to adjust the tightness after you insert the Skewers. 
  3. Carefully poke Skewers through food. 
  • Placing Rotisserie Spit or Rotating Mesh Basket into Unit 
  1. Insert the left side of the assembled Spit or Basket first into the Rotisserie Shaft socket. Be sure the Rotisserie Shaft is in place to engage rotation (FIG.C). 
  2. Place the right side onto the hanger (FIG.D).
  3. IMPORTANT: The Rotisseries Shaft's right side has two notches. and the left has one. 
  • Removing Rotisserie Spit or Rotating Basket from Unit 
  1. Open the Unit door to pause the cooking cycle or turn the Unit off by pressing the Power Button. 
  2. Insert Rotisserie Fetch Tool beneath the Rotisserie Shaft. 
  3. Lift the right side of the Rotisserie Fetch Tool at a slight angle to clear the bracket, then shit to the right until the left side of the Shaft slides out of the Rotisserie Shaft socket. 
  4. Carefully remove the rotisserie food from the oven. 
  • Using the Digital Control Panel 

  • Power/Start-stop Button 
  1. Once the Unit is plugged in, the power button will light up. selecting the power button once (press 2 seconds) will cause the full panel to be illuminated, selecting the power button a second time will activate the cooking process at the default temperature of 365°F (185°C) and time of 15 mins, selecting the power button at any time during the cooking process will pause the unit, press 2 seconds the power button will shut down the unit when you see digital screen shows "OFF", the motor will stop working after 15 seconds and hear the "beep" warning tone 3 times. 
  • Internal Light 
  1. Selecting this button will help you check the cooking progress while the Unit is in operation.
  2. NOTE: Opening the door during the cooking process will pause the Unit. Internal light will illuminate if doors open. 
  • Rotation Button 
  1. Select this button when cooking anything using the Rotisserie Mode. The function can be used with any preset. The icon will blink while in use. 
  • Temperature Control Buttons 
  1. These buttons enable you to raise or lower cooking temperature by 5°F/ 5°C intervals ranging from 150°F (65°C) to 400°F (200°C). Dehydration ranges from 900F(30°C)to 1750F(80°C). 
  • Time Control Buttons 
  1. These buttons enable you to select an exact cooking time to the minute, from 1 min. to 60mins. in all modes except when dehydrating, which uses 0.5hr intervals and an operating time of 2-24 hrs. 
  • LED Digital Display 
  1. The Digital Numeric Display will switch between Temperature and Time Remaining during the cooking process. 
  • Cooking Presets 
  1. Selecting any of these will set Time and Temperature to a default setting for that particular food. You may override these presets with Time and Temperature Buttons. View presets on the next page. This function menu allows mutual switching when working. In order to avoid the users switching after working for a long time, it can be set to switch within 2 mins when working. If the time is over 2 mins, the switching function will be locked. (After 2 mins, the menu is locked, but time and temperature won't be locked.) 
  • Running Lights 
  1. These lights will blink in sequence while cooking is in progress and continue blinking for up to 15 secs, once you shut the Unit down. 
  • Preset Button Cooking Chart 
  1. Cooking time for whole roasted chicken will vary with weight. Use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature as per the chart below. 
Preset Button  Temperature Time
FrenchFries 200°C  15 mins 
Steaks/Chops  185°C 25 mins 
Fish 200°C  15 mins 
Shrimp 160°C 12 mins
Chicken 185°C 40 mins 
Baking 175°C 30 mins 
Rotisserie 200°C  30 mins 
Dehydrated 30°C

4 HRS

  • Using the Air Oven Without Presets 
  1. Once you are familiar with the Air Oven, you may want to experiment with your own cooking times and temperatures. 
  2. Warning: Never use a cooking vessel filled with cooking oil or any other liquid with this unit! Fire hazards or personal injury could result. 
  • General Operating Instructions Before using the Air Oven for the first time 
  1. Read all material, warning stickers, and labels. 
  2. Remove all packing materials, labels, and stickers. 
  3. Wash all parts and accessories used in the cooking process with warm soapy water. Note: only the accessories are dishwasher safe. 
  4. Wipe the inside and outside of the cooking Unit with a clean, moist cloth. NOTE: Never wash or submerge the cooking Unit in water. 
  5. NOTE: When using this unit, never fill any cooking vessel with oil or liquid of any kind. This Unit cooks with hot air only. 
  • Preparing for Use 
  1. Place the appliance on a stable, level, horizontal, and heat-resistant surface. 
  2. Select the cooking accessory for your recipe. 
  • Warning
  1. NEVER put anything on top of the appliance. 
  2. NEVER cover the air vents on the top and back of the cooking Unit. 
  3. NEVER fill any cooking vessel with oil or liquid of any kind. This Unit cooks with hot air only. 
  4. NEVER use the Oven Door as a place to rest a hot Fry Basket filled with food. 
  5. The Hot Fry Basket could damage the Oven Door or cause the Unit to tip. Personal injury could result. 
  6. ALWAYS use oven mitts when removing hot Air Flow Racks. 
  • General Operating Instructions 
  • Cooking with the Air Oven 
  1. Place the ingredients on an Air Flow Rack, on one of the Rotisserie accessories, or in the Rotating Mesh Basket. 
  2. Put the Air Flow Rack, Rotating Mesh Basket, or Rotisserie Spit into the unit and shut the oven door. Plug the power cord into the socket (the power provided in accordance with the rated power of the product). 
  3. When Rotating Mesh Basket or Rotisserie and the food is in place, press the Power Button once (page 5, FIG E1) 
  4. Select a preset function (page 5, FIG E7-14) or manually set the Temperature and then the Time (page 5, FIG. E4-5). Refer to the detailed Control Panel instructions on page 6. 
  5. The Unit will automatically start the cooking cycle a few seconds after a preset function is selected or the Time and/or Temperature are adjusted manually. Alternatively, you can press the Power Button to begin the Cooking cycle immediately once the desired cooking time and temperature have been selected. 
  6. NOTE: You may open the oven door to view the rotisserie at any time during the process to check the progress. 
  • Tips 
  1. Foods that are smaller in size usually require a slightly shorter cooking time than larger ones. 
  2. Large quantities of food only require a slightly longer cooking time than smaller quantities.
  3. Flipping or tuning smaller-sized foods halfway through the cooking process ensures that all the pieces are evenly fried. 
  4. Misting a bit of vegetable oil on fresh potatoes is suggested for a crispier result. When adding a little oil, do so just before cooking. 
  5. Snacks normally cooked in an oven can also be cooked in the Air Oven. 
  6. Use the premade dough to prepare filled snacks quickly and easily. Premade dough also requires a shorter cooking time than homemade dough. 
  7. Place a baking tin or oven dish in the Air Oven when baking a cake or quiche. A tin or dish is also suggested when cooking fragile or filled foods. 
  8. You can use the Air Oven to reheat food. Simply set the temperature to 300°F (150°C) for up to 10 mins. 
  • Important: Removing Cooked or Hot Food 
  • When removing cooked or hot food use the Rotisserie Fetch label ( FIG. F) or oven mitts The Fetch Tool can also be used with Rotisserie Spit. 

  • Warning 
  1. During the cooking process, the Rotating Mesh Basket and other accessories will become very hot. When you remove it to check on the progress, make sure you have a trivet or a heat-resistant surface nearby to set it down on. NEVER place the Rotating Mesh Basket directly on a countertop or table. 
  2. Cooking accessories will get hot during the air frying process. Wear oven mitts and handle with care to AVOID INJURY. 
  • Tips 
  1. Set the Timer to halt the time needed for the recipe and the Timer bell will alert you when it's time to flip your food. When you hear the timer bell, the preset preparation time has elapsed. 
  2. Add 3 mins, to the cooking time when starting with a cold appliance. 

Ⅲ. Cleaning & Storage Cleaning

  1. Clean the Air Oven after each use. 
  2. The Rotating Mesh Basket and other accessories are made of durable stainless steel and are dishwasher safe. Never use abrasive cleaning materials or utensils on these surfaces. Caked-on food should be soaked for easy removal in warm, soapy water. 
  3. Remove the power cord from the wall socket and be certain the appliance is thoroughly cooled before cleaning. 
  4. Wipe the outside of the appliance with a warm, moist cloth and mild detergent. 
  5. Clean the oven door, and remove it by lifting it to an 80® angle while gently pulling upward. Clean both sides with warm, soapy water on a damp cloth. Do not soak or submerge the door in water or wash it in the dishwasher. 
  6. Clean the inside of the appliance with hot water, a mild detergent, and a nonabrasive sponge. 
  7. If necessary, remove unwanted food residue from the upper screen with a cleaning brush. Storage 
  8. Unplug the appliance and let it cool thoroughly. 
  9. Make sure all components are clean and dry. 
  10. Place the appliance in a clean, dry place. 

Ⅳ. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

  • When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including: 
  • NEVER IMMERSE the Main Unit Housing, which contains electrical components and heating elements, in water. Do not rinse under the tap. 
  • TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT put liquid of any kind into the Main Unit Housing containing the electrical components. 
  • This appliance has a polarized plug(one blade is wider than the other). To REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, this plug is intended to fit into a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. 
  • DO NOT ATTEMPT to modify the plug in any way. 
  • MAKE SURE the appliance is plugged into a wall socket. Always make sure that the plug is inserted into the wall socket properly. 
  • To prevent food contact with the interior upper screen and heat element, DO NOT OVERFILL the Rotating Mesh Basket. 
  • DO NOT COVER the Air Intake Vent or Air Outlet Vent while the Air Oven is operating. Doing so will prevent even cooking and may damage the Unit or cause it to overheat. 
  • NEVER POUR oil into the Rotating Mesh Basket. Fire and personal injury could result. 
  • While cooking, the internal temperature of the Unit is very high. TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY, never place hands inside the Unit unless it is thoroughly cooled. 
  • This appliance is NOT INTENDED FOR USE by persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities or a lack of experience and knowledge unless they are UNDER THE SUPERVISION of a responsible person or have been given proper instruction in using the appliance. This appliance is NOT INTENDED FOR USE by children. 
  • When cooking, DO NOT PLACE the appliance against a wall or against other appliances. Leave at least 10cm of free space on the back and sides and above the appliance. Do not place anything on top of the appliance. 
  • DO NOT USE this unit if the plug, the power cord, or the appliance itself is damaged in any way. 
  • DO NOT PLACE the unit on stove top surfaces. 
  • If the power cord is damaged, YOU MUST HAVE IT REPLACED by the manufacturer, its service agent, or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid hazards. 
  • Keep the appliance and its power cord OUT OF THE REACH of children when it is in operation or in the cooling process. 
  • KEEP THE POWER CORD AWAY from hot surfaces. DO NOT PLUG in the power cord or operate the Unit controls with wet hands. 
  • NEVER CONNECT this appliance to an external timer switch or separate remote-control system. 
  • NEVER USE this appliance with an extension cord of any kind. 
  • DO NOT OPERATE the appliance on or near combustible materials, such as tablecloths and curtains. 
  • DO NOT USE the unit for any purpose other than described in this manual. 
  • NEVER OPERATE the appliance unattended. 
  • When in operation, the air is released through the Air Outlet Vent. KEEP YOUR HANDS AND FACE at a safe distance from the Air Outlet Vent. Also, avoid the air while removing the Rotating Mesh Basket from the appliance. 
  • The Unit's outer surfaces may become hot during use. The Rotating Mesh Basket WILL BE HOT. 
  • WEAR OVEN MITTS or use the Fetch Tool when handling hot components. Wear oven mitts when handling hot surfaces. 
  • Should the Unit emit black smoke, UNPLUG IMMEDIATELY and wait for smoking to stop before removing oven contents. 
  • When time has run out, cooking will stop but the fan WILL CONTINUE RUNNING for 15 secs, to cool down the Unit. 
  • Always operate the appliance on a horizontal surface that is level, stable, and non-combustible. 
  • This appliance is intended for normal household use only. It is not intended for use in commercial or retail environments. 
  • If the Air Oven is used improperly or for professional or semiprofessional purposes or if it is not used according to the instructions in the user manual, the warranty becomes invalid and the manufacturer will not be held liable for damages. 
  • Always unplug the appliance after use. 
  • Let the appliance cool down for approximately 30 mins, before handling cleaning, or storing it. 
  • Make sure the ingredients prepared in this Unit come out cooked to a golden-yellow color rather than dark or brown. Remove burnt remnants. 
  • The cooktop may smoke the first time it is used. It is not defective and the smoke will burn off within a few minutes. 
  • Electric Power 
  1. If the electrical circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your new Unit may not operate properly.lt should be operated on a dedicated electrical circuit. 
  • Automatic Shut-Off 
  1. The appliance has a built-in shut-off device, that will automatically shut down the unit when the Timer LED reaches zero. You can manually switch off the appliance by selecting the Power Button (Press 2 seconds). 
  • Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) 
  1. This appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic fields (EMF). If handled properly and according to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientific evidence available today.