Situating Your Oven
The June oven works best on a countertop, with room for proper ventilation to avoid risk of fire.
|Place your oven near a wall socket.
|Do not use an extension cord to plug in your oven.
|Keep your oven flat, with all four feet on a level surface.
|Do not use the oven while it’s on its side. Never tilt the oven.
|Make sure there is space for ventilation on all sides of the oven.
|Do not squeeze into a tight space, build oven into a cabinet, or block the rear cooling fans or the top perforated vent.
|Keep the top of your oven and the space around it clear.
|Do not store objects on top of or beneath your oven, or place hot cookware on top. Objects may block perforated vents, overheating the electrical components and posing risk of fire.
|Store towels and other flammable items away from the oven.
|Do not cover oven with or let it touch flammable materials when in operation. Contact with these items may cause a fire.
Household Use Only
The June oven is for household use only.
|Use the oven in a dry home environment, on a countertop.
|Do not use outdoors, on a boat, in an RV, or in an overly moist or wet environment.
Food should fit on the pan that comes with your oven—do not use the oven to cook food that doesn’t fit.
|Only use your oven to cook food that fits comfortably inside.
|Do not use to cook food that doesn’t fit on the pan that comes with the oven. Food should not touch the ceiling of the oven or the heating elements—contact may cause a fire or pose risk of electric shock.
|Cook with properly sized accessories such as the pan that comes with your oven. This pan is 10.5 x 15.5 inches, a bit larger than a quarter baking sheet.
|Do not use a pan larger than the one that comes with the oven.
Cleaning Your Oven
Clean your oven regularly to prevent oil buildup and discoloration.
|Let the oven cool completely and unplug from outlet before cleaning.
|Do not clean the oven while it’s hot or plugged in.
|Clean with soap and water only.
|Do not use abrasive or acidic cleaners, steel wool, or other similar cleaning materials that can damage your oven.
|The oven is not dishwasher safe. Clean by hand.
|Do not put any part of the oven or oven accessories in the dishwasher, or submerge any part of the oven in water. Immersion in water poses risk of electric shock.
|Clean the crumb tray regularly, remove the interior glass panel to wipe down both sides, and keep the interior camera clean. Grease buildup can be a fire hazard.
|Do not clean the heating elements—you may damage them, and elements pose a safety risk when hot.
The June oven is for use in North America only.
|For use with 110v outlets only.
|Do not plug your oven in outside of North America, and do not use an electrical adaptor.
|Make sure the oven is the only appliance plugged into its electrical circuit.
|Do not pull on power cord or move the oven while it’s plugged in.
|Allow oven to cool completely before unplugging from the wall outlet.
|Do not leave the oven on unattended.
|Keep your oven dry. Keep liquids away from all of the perforated vents.
|Do not immerse any part of the oven in water or other liquid. Immersion in liquid poses risk of electric shock.
|Keep materials that burn easily away from the oven.
|Do not put anything combustible in the oven.
- A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord
- Longer detachable power-supply cords or extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use.
- If a longer detachable power-supply cord or extension cord is used:
- The marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the device
- The 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; and
- If the appliance is of the grounded type, the cord set of extension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord.
Handle with Care
Be careful not to drop your oven or place more than 17 pounds into or on it.
|The oven is heavy. Lift it carefully, using proper lifting techniques.
|Do not lift alone—the oven weighs 50 pounds.
|Keep the oven door closed. Heating elements will turn off if the door is open.
|Do not sit on the oven door or slam it shut. Do not place anything—food, racks, pans—on the open door.
|Move the oven gently.
|Do not shake, vibrate, drop, hit, or lean on the oven: You may break the heating elements or weight sensors.
Professional Repairs Only
Do not attempt to repair or modify your oven.
|Return the oven to June for repair.
|Do not take the oven apart or tamper with its circuit boards. Products which have been altered, modified, or repaired in any way that is not expressly authorized here are no longer under warranty.
Designed for Oven Cooking Only
The June oven is not suitable for non-cooking tasks.
|Prepare food using proper kitchen equipment.
|Do not use the top of the oven as a cutting board.
|Use the oven for roasting, baking, broiling, reheating, and other types of cooking only.
|Do not store anything in the oven, use it as a space heater, or dry clothes with it.
|Store food in a refrigerator.
|Do not leave food in the oven. It is not suitable for food storage.
|The oven is not a microwave. Cook only with oven-safe accessories such as the pan, racks, and crumb tray that come with your oven.
|Do not insert metal utensils, plastic or wooden cooking tools, or other non-food items in the oven—use of these items may cause injury and pose risk of fire or electric shock.
Always Cook with Caution
The oven interior heats up to 500°F. The exterior of the oven is safe to touch.
|Wear oven mitts when taking items out of the oven.
|Do not touch the heating elements, the interior glass panel, or any other part of the interior when the oven is hot.
|Always use a wire rack for cooking.
|Do not cook directly on heating elements or place a pan in the oven without a rack.
|If you observe flames coming out of the oven, turn it off immediately and keep the door closed. Use a fire extinguisher.
|Do not open the oven door if you see a flame inside or smoke coming out of the oven. Do not light a fire or use an open flame in or near the oven.
Using the Food Thermometer
The food thermometer and thermometer jacks get hot.
|To use the food thermometer, insert the probe with the tip at the center of the thickest part of the food being cooked. Works best with foods that are 1” thick or thicker.
|Do not place the thermometer tip against a bone or against the metal pan you are using to cook. Be careful not to undercook food.
|Wear oven mitts when removing either end of the food thermometer.
|Do not touch the interior of the oven or the thermometer jacks with bare hands when removing the food thermometer.
Basic Cooking Guidelines
Hot ovens and improperly cooked food can be unsafe.
|Dry your hands before using the oven.
|Do not use the oven with wet hands or wet gloves.
|Cook food according to USDA standards.
|Do not consume certain raw or undercooked foods and meats. They may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
California Proposition 65 Warning
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity.
Using the Controls
Plug into an outlet to turn on. Unplug when not in use.
Turn and push the knob to make an onscreen selection.
You can also tap the screen to make selections & start cooking.
Select ‘Cancel Cooking’ from the onscreen >menu to turn the oven off.