Follow this procedure for operating your Lincoln impinger ovens. First, make sure your ventilation, if you have it, is on and running properly. Then, to start the oven push the on switch to on. Next, check to ensure that the oven is set for the correct bake time temperature. You do this by pushing the time and temperature buttons at the same time for five seconds. This enters the set point mode. Once in set point, push the time button to see the set time. If set incorrectly, adjust to the proper time by scrolling up or down with the arrow keys. Once the time is set push the temperature button to enter the temperature set point. The preset time will automatically be saved in the memory. If the temperature is set incorrectly, adjust to the proper temperature by scrolling up or down with the arrow keys.
When in Fahrenheit, or "F" mode, the temperature is adjusted in five degree increments. When in Centigrade, or "C" mode, the temperature adjustment will be in one degree increments. Once the time and temperature are set correctly, release all buttons. After five seconds the selected set points will be stored in the memory. In a few seconds the heating indicator should come on. If the indicator does not light, turn the on switch off, wait five minutes, and turn the switch on again for gas ovens only. Allow thirty minutes for the oven to preheat.
To shut down the impinger, push the on switch to the off position. Caution: oven walls and parts will remain very warm after shut down. You may also choose the direction of the conveyor belt. Use the conveyor toggle switch on the back of the oven.
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