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New to halogen cooking

Post  Toni on 09.11.09 15:58

Hi all.

I've used my JML oven once and it was fine however I have noticed an air bubble in the base of the glass bowl. JML reckon this isn't a problem but I wonder if it is a fault which could cause the bowl to shatter.

Has anyone else come across this problem, please?

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Post  Admin on 16.11.09 6:44

It doesn't seem that anyone else has come across that problem yet

May be it would be wise to return it just in case

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bubble in glass bowl

Post  Pippa on 26.11.09 20:00

My Prolectrix halogen oven arrived today and I have noticed a little bubble in the glass bowl. I guess it shouldnt be a problem as it is quite visible yet must have passed the quality controls. Cant wait to use it!

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Bubble in the glass bowl

Post  wimplebum on 30.11.09 22:01

I would be too nervous to use any glass container that gets hot if it has a bubble in it - this is a safety risk. On one occasion I had a heatproof glass dish which I put a casserole in the oven. There was a bubble about the size of my thum nail in it. After about 30 minutes there was a massive bang in the oven. I opened the door and the dish had exploded from the bubble outwards. This was plainly evident from the pieces I managed to retrieve.

I had the same effect from another dish that was for the microwave. I watched it explode - very frightening.

I would seriously not use any glass container that gets hot if it has an air bubble in it.

All I can say is, if you do decide to use them, please, please be very careful

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