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I recently acquired a brand new roaster that did not have a instruction book with it. Are there instructions on preparing the roaster before using it for the first time? I plan to roast a turkey in the roaster for its first use. Thanks you for any advice you can give me.
Jeff Cox for model number 32190y asked on 2019-11-22
Hello Jeff, thank you for your question. There isn't much that has to be done to the roaster before its first use. It is recommended to use a damp soapy cloth to rinse the roaster and the roasting pan before using it the first time. I hope this helps.
I need a new control knob and it's not listed.
Cynthia for model number 32190 asked on 2019-12-06
Hello Cynthia, thank you for your inquiry. The part you described does not appear in the parts list for this model. Please reach out to Proctor Silex at 1-800-267-2826 directly to obtain the part number you need to order. Once you have this information, please feel free to check back with us for pricing and availability information. Thank you.
My roaster is not working at all. Power in at cord. Took bottom off and can't tell where the problem is. Everything seems soldered/screwed and or in place.
Shawn for model number 32190Y asked on 2020-01-09
Good Day Shawn. Thank you for your question in regards to your unit (Model Number 32190Y). We do apologize but we were not able to locate the information you requested. For more specialized assistance or to speak with someone about this, we recommend calling the manufacturer of the equipment directly. They can be reached at by phone by calling 800-851-8900. Best Regards.
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Question: Proctor Silex Roaster Oven


I have not used my roaster since last easter.
This year I went to use it, and the liner pan, and the top cover were all rusted.
Why did the roaster rust?
It appears to be aluminum.
Hello donalda1 I have seen rust on aluminum before. Not a lot, but I have seen it. Sometimes there are impurities in the metal or the metal used for the item is an aluminum alloy. That means other metals are MIXED in with the aluminum. The other metals mixed in with the aluminum may contribute to the rust.
A good way to test any metal to determine whether or not it is ferrous (has iron in it) is with a magnet. Most rust is ferrous as it is particles of oxidized metal.
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