I recently purchased a DeLonghi toaster oven (actually called an DeLonghi Electric Oven) after finding several good reviews on the Internet. I had been to Macy's at Christmas and decided if my current one died, that was the one I would get based on the sleek appearance. Of course about a month later, it died. The DeLonghi is only a little smaller than my last one, but it looks much smaller on my countertop.
I'm not as thrilled with this oven as I thought I would be. The racks do not slide in and out as well as I would like and when they are in the out position, they tilt downward. The first time I removed something, I almost had hot grease all over me -- I caught it just in time. Am I doing something wrong? Am I missing something? I just checked the book again. I can't figure out why a rack for any oven would not have a stop of some sort and why it would not stay level.
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