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CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil-Free Fryer User Manual

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you for choosing our air fryer. Before using this appliance and to ensure its best use, please read the instructions carefully. The safety precautions listed here reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury when followed correctly.

Keep the manual in a safe place for future reference, as well as the warranty, purchase receipt, and box. If applicable, give these instructions to the future owner of the appliance. Always follow basic safety instructions and risk prevention measures when using an electrical appliance. The manufacturer will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from the user’s failure to follow these instructions.

SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS

When using any electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed.

  • If the appliance is defective, do not try to repair it yourself. Contact a professional technician to carry out the necessary repairs.
  • This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience or knowledge, provided they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety or have been trained in its use. the device safely.
  • Children must not play with this appliance. They should also not carry out cleaning and maintenance tasks on the device unless they are over 8 years of age and supervised.
  • Keep the appliance and cord out of the reach of children under 8 years of age.
  • Check that the voltage of the electrical network corresponds to that shown on the classification label of the electrical appliance before using it.
  • Check that the plug you are going to connect the appliance to has an earth connection.
  • Always install electrical appliances on a stable and level surface from which they cannot fall.
  • Some parts of this electrical appliance may become hot, do not touch them as you may get burned.
  • Make sure your hands are dry before touching an electrical appliance, cable, or plug.
  • Electrical appliances can give off some heat to avoid the risk of starting a fire. Make sure that the appliance has enough free space around it and that it does not come into contact with flammable materials. Electrical appliances should never be covered.
  • Make sure that electrical appliances, cables, and plugs do not come into contact with water.
  • Do not immerse electrical appliances, cables, or plugs in water or any other liquid.
  • Do not touch electrical appliances if they have fallen into the water. Remove the plug from the outlet immediately. Stop using the appliance.
  • Make sure that electrical appliances, cables, and plugs do not come into contact with heat sources such as kitchen countertops burners, or any type of open fire.
  • Don’t let cords hang over the edge of a sink, counter, or table.
  • Unplug the appliance whenever you are not using it.
  • Unplug the power cord from the mains by pulling on the plug, not the cord.
  • Regularly check that the cable and the device are not damaged. Do not use the electrical appliance if the cord shows signs of damage. If the cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, a service provider, or an equivalently qualified person to avoid a hazard.
  • This appliance must not be connected by an external controller or with a different system with remote control.
  • Take care when using the appliance outdoors.
  • Never use the appliance in damp places.
  • To disconnect, end all function operations on the control panel. Then remove the plug from the wall outlet.
  • Unplug the appliance from the wall outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Let it cool down before putting on or taking off parts and before cleaning the appliance.
  • Do not use the appliance for other than its intended use.
  • Make sure the frying basket is properly seated in the front of the drawer. The tabs on the basket handle must be fully inserted into the grooves at the top of the basket drawer.
  • Always make sure the fry basket drawer is fully closed, with the fry basket handle securely locked in the drawer, while the air fryer is in operation.

WARNING:
The air fryer will not operate unless the fry basket drawer is completely closed.

CAUTION:
After hot air frying, the frying basket, frying basket drawer, and cooked food are hot. Great care should be taken when handling the Basket/ Drawer Hot Air Fryer.

ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS

  1. Please read the instruction manual carefully before operating or cleaning the appliance.
  2. The cord of this appliance must be plugged into a 220-240V AC outlet.
  3. If this appliance begins to malfunction during use, immediately unplug the cord. Do not use or try to repair the damaged device.
  4. Do not leave this appliance unattended during use.
  5. Do not immerse the power cord in any liquid. If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by contacting customer service.
  6. Keep the cord out of the reach of children and babies to avoid the risk of electric shock and suffocation.
  7. Place the air fryer on a flat, heat-resistant work area.
  8. Do not block the air outlet at the rear and the air inlet at the top of the air fryer with any object.
  9. Keep the device at least 10 centimeters away from walls or other objects during operation.
  10. Always use the basket handle to open the fry basket drawer.
  11. Do not replace the empty fry basket drawer (without the basket) in the air fryer body. Check that the frying basket is securely in position.
    WARNING:
    After using the product, be sure to place the frying basket drawer on a flat, heat-resistant surface before pressing the basket release button.
    WARNING:
    Underfilling or overfilling the frying basket can damage the air fryer.
  12. Never move the fryer from hot air or when it contains hot food. Let the product cool before moving.
  13. Use the product’s power cord to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Use of an extension cord with this product is not recommended. Always plug directly into the wall outlet.
    CAUTION:
    To prevent plasticizers from migrating to the surface finish where it is placed, use a NON-PLASTIC coaster or placemat between the appliance and the countertop or tabletop finish. Failure to do so may cause the finish to darken or cause permanent staining.
  14. If the electrical circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your appliance may not work properly. It must be operated on a separate electrical circuit from other appliances.

CAUTION ON HOT SURFACES

This appliance generates heat and exhaust steam during use. Appropriate precautions must be taken to avoid the risk of burns, fire, or other injuries. This appliance is hot during operation and retains heat for some time after it is turned off.

Always use oven mitts when handling hot materials and allow metal parts to cool before cleaning. Do not place anything on top of the appliance while it is in operation or hot.

BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME

  1. If your fryer is found with the fry basket locked in the drawer inside the fryer body. Firmly grasp the basket handle to open the basket drawer, then remove the product drawer and place it on a clean, flat work surface.
  2. Remove all packing material and labels from the inside and outside of the fryer. Check that there is no packaging under and around the frying basket and drawer.
  3. Wash the frying basket and drawer in hot, soapy water.
  4. Do not immerse the fryer body in water. Wipe the body of the air fryer clean with a damp cloth, then dry all parts thoroughly.
  5. Lock the frying basket once clean in the drawer.

CONTROL PANEL

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  1. Indicator meat.
  2. Indicator chips.
  3. Indicator heating.
  4. Indicator pie.
  5. Indicator chicken.
  6. Indicator fish.
  7. Button On/Off/Pause.
  8. Indicator Fillet.
  9. Indicator Fan.
  10. Button temperature/time.
  11. Buttons temperature and time regulators
  12. Indicator fruit.
  13. Button program choice.
  14. Indicator chicken wings

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

WARNINGS!

  • This product should not be used to boil water.
  • Great care must be taken when handling the basket and drawer when hot. Prevent steam from escaping from the frying basket and food.
  • The air fryer will not heat and the control panel will remain off until the fry basket drawer is fully closed.

NOTE:
During the first use, the air fryer may emit a slight odor. This is normal.

  1. Place the air fryer on a flat, heat-resistant work area near the plug.
  2. Firmly grasp the basket handle to open the drawer, then remove it from the machine and place it on a clean, flat surface.
  3. Place the food in the frying basket. Do not overfill the basket with food. To ensure proper cooking and air circulation. NEVER fill the frying basket more than half full.
  4. Insert the assembled fry basket drawer into the front of the air fryer. Always make sure the fry basket drawer is completely closed.
  5. Plug the cord into a wall outlet.
  6. Press the button to start the setup.
  7. Press the button to select the time and temperature of the fryer between the parameters 80 ºC to 220 ºC.
  8. Select the timer at the desired time by setting it with the buttons +/-.
    Note:
    Use 3-5 minutes longer than the desired time to preheat if a fryer is cold.
  9. Once the desired temperature and time have been set, press the button again. to start cooking food.
  10. 5 beeps will sound when the set time for frying has expired. The air fryer will automatically turn off. When done frying, remove the drawer from the machine and place it on a flat heat-resistant surface, then remove the frying basket from the drawer by releasing the protector and pressing the basket anchor button.

To ensure even cooking/browning, open the basket drawer halfway through the cooking time. Lift the frying basket out of the drawer to rotate or shake food. Once you’re done, put the basket back in the drawer. The timer will pause the countdown when the drawer is opened and the air fryer will stop heating until the drawer is replaced and the countdown continues.

TEMPERATURE/TIME CONTROL

  • Press the button to select the time and temperature of the fryer between the parameters 80 ºC to 220 ºC. You can change the temperature at any time.
  • After setting the temperature and time, press the button to start.
  • To ensure even cooking/browning, open the fry basket drawer halfway through the cooking time. Check, rotate, or vigorously shake the food in the frying basket.

If you need to change the time or temperature during cooking, without having to open the basket, press the button to pause cooking. Select with the button the temperature/time and set with the buttons +/- desired temperature/time. To continue cooking, press the button again.

NOTE:
The air fryer can be turned off at any time by holding down the button for 3 seconds. You will hear 3 beeps and it will work in ventilation mode for 20 seconds until it turns
off.

CAUTION:
Always use oven mitts when handling the hot air fryer basket. Make sure the basket is in the locked position when stirring food. To avoid injury to persons or personal property, do not press the basket release button while moving the basket. Hot oil can be collected in the bottom of the drawer. To avoid the risk of personal injury or burns, or to prevent oil from contaminating food, always unlock and remove the fry basket from the drawer before emptying.

WARNINGS!
Unplug the air fryer when not in use. Let cooked food stand for 5 to 10 seconds before removing the air fryer basket drawer or food from the frying basket.

This chart lists the total average cooking time, the time that action is required, and what action should be taken for best results.

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HELPFUL TIPS

  • Use olive oil spray or vegetable oil for air frying.
  • Use your air fryer to cook prepackaged foods with a fraction of the oil, in a fraction of the time. As a general rule, lower the cooking temperature of the recipe by 10ºC and reduce the cooking time by 30% to 50% depending on the food and the quantity.
  • Do not overfill the basket to fry food. Never fill the basket more than half full.
  • For best results, some foods need to be vigorously shaken or turned over during the cooking time.
  • To avoid excessive smoking, when cooking foods naturally high in fat, such as chicken wings or sausages, it may be necessary to drain the fat from the fry basket drawer during use.
  • Always pat food dry before cooking to encourage browning and prevent excessive  smoking
  • To fry small batches of freshly breaded food, press the breading onto the food to help it adhere. Place in frying basket so that food is not touching to allow airflow to all surfaces.
  • The air fryer can be used to reheat food at a temperature of 220ºC for 15-20 minutes.

USE TIPS

WARNINGS!
Always use a meat thermometer to make sure meat, poultry, and fish are thoroughly cooked before eating.

  1. To ensure even doneness/browning, open the frying basket drawer halfway through the cooking time. Check, turn, or vigorously shake the food in the basket.
  2. Remember, frying smaller amounts of food in shorter cooking times will achieve better cooking results. Adjust temperatures and air fry times as needed to suit your taste.

IMPORTANT:
Unless foods are pre-greased, for crisp, browned results, all foods should be lightly oiled before air frying.

  • You can spray or brush oil on food.
  • Spray oils work well as the oil is evenly distributed and smaller amounts of oil are needed.
  • To ensure crispy results, make sure the food is dry before adding oil.
  • Cut smaller pieces to create more surface area for crispier results.
  • It is recommended to preheat the fryer for 3-5 minutes to improve the cooking of the food.

CARE AND CLEANING

WARNINGS!
Let the air fryer cool completely before cleaning.

  1. Unplug the fryer. Remove the fry basket from the drawer. Make sure the frying drawer and basket have cooled completely before cleaning.
  2. Wash the frying drawer and basket with hot, soapy water. Do not use metal cookware or abrasive cleansers or cleaners as this may damage the nonstick coating.
  3. The fry basket and basket drawer are dishwasher safe. For best cleaning results, place in the top rack of your dishwasher.
  4. Clean the fryer body with a soft, non-abrasive damp cloth.

STORAGE

  1. Make sure the air fryer is unplugged and all parts are clean and dry before storing.
  2. Never store the air fryer while it is hot or wet.
  3. Store the air fryer in its box or a clean, dry place.

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FAQS About CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil-Free Fryer

What is the capacity of the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer?

The CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer typically has a capacity of around 2 to 3 liters, suitable for cooking for 2-4 people.

What cooking methods does the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer use?

It utilizes rapid air technology to fry food with little to no oil, making it a healthier alternative to traditional frying methods.

What are the dimensions of the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer?

The dimensions are typically compact, making it suitable for small kitchens or countertops with limited space.

Does it come with pre-set cooking programs?

Yes, many models of the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer come with pre-set cooking programs for various dishes, simplifying the cooking process.

What temperature range does the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer support?

It can typically reach temperatures up to 400°F, allowing for versatile cooking options.

Is the cooking basket dishwasher safe?

Yes, the cooking basket of the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer is usually dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

Does it come with a recipe book?

Some models of the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer may come with a recipe book featuring a variety of recipes to try.

What kind of warranty does CREATE offer for this model?

CREATE typically provides a warranty ranging from 1 to 2 years for the Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer, depending on the model and region.

Is it suitable for cooking frozen foods?

Yes, the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer is generally suitable for cooking frozen foods, offering convenient meal preparation options.

Does it have an auto-shutoff feature?

Many models of the CREATE Air Pro Compact Oil Free Fryer come with an auto-shutoff feature for safety and energy efficiency, turning off the fryer automatically after a certain period of inactivity.

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