Use on a flat, stable, heat-resistant surface away from heat sources or liquids.

  • An air fryer works with hot air only. Never fill the basket with oil or fat.
  • CAUTION: To avoid risk of electric shock, cook only in the removable basket.
  • To avoid risk of fire or electric shock, do not place oversized foods or metal utensils into the air fryer.
  • Do not overfill the air fryer basket.
  • Heaping amounts of food may touch the heating coils and cause a fire hazard.
  • Do not touch the basket or crisper plate during or immediately after air frying.
  • Do not cover any part of the air fryer with metal foil, except for the basket as directed.
  • Do not place paper, cardboard, non-heat-resistant plastic, or similar
    materials into your air fryer.
  • Never put baking or parchment paper into the air fryer without food on top. Air circulation can cause paper to lift and touch heating coils.
  • Always use heat-safe containers.
  • Be extremely cautious if using containers that aren’t metal or glass.
  • To avoid risk of fire, do not cover or allow the air fryer to touch flammable materials (curtains, draperies, walls, etc.) when it is turned on.
  • Do not place items on top of the air fryer when it is turned on.
  • Do not store any materials other than COSORI’s recommended accessories in the air fryer when not in use.
  • To turn the air fryer off, press once. The air fryer will beep, will turn orange, and other buttons will turn off.
  • Immediately turn off and unplug your air fryer if you see dark smoke coming out. White smoke is normal, caused by heating fat or food splashing, but dark smoke means that food is burning or there is a circuit problem. Wait for smoke to clear before pulling the basket out. If the cause was not burnt food, contact Customer
    Support - support@cosori.com.
  • Do not leave your air fryer unattended while in use.

 

Lite 2.1-Quart Mini Air Fryer

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