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.  On  single-speed  independent  fan  motor:  preheat oven 25°F above temperature specified in recipe. Turn the fan off. Reduce heat 25°F. Load oven quickly and close doors. Turn fan on after 7 to 10 minutes and keep it  on  for  remaining  cooking  time.  (EXCEPTION: Leave fan off for bacon to eliminate fat from blowing throughout  the  oven.) Types S Read They will and  understand  the  manufacturers’  manuals. make your job easier and safer. ELECTRIC  RANGES Electric  ranges  are  normally  found  in  private messes,   small   ships,   and   submarines. descriptions and uses will now be explained. Type S (fig. 4-5) is found on submarines. Range The type S is a compact galley unit consisting of a griddle on the left   side   and   hot   plates   on   the   right   side.   A Figure 4-5.—Type S electric range. 4-9

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