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Tried out our Princess oven for the first time 04 Jul 2015 15:00 #1

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I tried out our Princess oven for the first time. Our last one ran 25 degrees hotter than the dial reading and this one does as well. I made an apple pie, which turned out great using that oven.

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Tried out our Princess oven for the first time 27 Aug 2015 02:06 #2

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We had tried our oven on a few occasions, and to our belief, it was cooler that dial reading. Recently I installed an inverter/charger. During the installation, I came across a piece of equipment that a PO had installed. To my surprise, it was a transformer. It reduced the power to 100 volts. Then it dawned on me, the boat was originally sold in Japan, so the first owner installed it. Now that its removed, I will have to test the oven again.

The pie looks great, I assume it tasted great as well.

Cheers

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Tried out our Princess oven for the first time 28 Aug 2015 00:19 #3

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Thanks! We now use our convection oven, which heats up to 400 degrees in a little over 5 minutes. Pie was reportedly very good. I thought it turned out well. :)

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Peter W wrote: We had tried our oven on a few occasions, and to our belief, it was cooler that dial reading. Recently I installed an inverter/charger. During the installation, I came across a piece of equipment that a PO had installed. To my surprise, it was a transformer. It reduced the power to 100 volts. Then it dawned on me, the boat was originally sold in Japan, so the first owner installed it. Now that its removed, I will have to test the oven again.

The pie looks great, I assume it tasted great as well.

Cheers


That would have been a surprise. Good that you found the transformer!

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Tried out our Princess oven for the first time 28 Aug 2015 01:57 #5

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Nice Pie!

I use the oven on our boat all the time.

It heats up in a reasonable time, and cooks great.

My only complaint is i have to buy special small cookie sheets.

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