PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 FAQs
The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 makes lower-calorie alternatives of your favorite foods by using air, not oil, to crisp and brown. Food air fried in the COMBO has up to 70% fewer calories from fat vs. deep-fried food.
Can I program my own cooking time and temperature settings?
You may manually program the cooking time and temperature based on the type of food you are cooking or personal preference. The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 features 12 preset cooking settings that let you get great results every time: air fry, slow cook, steam, sauté, grill, bake, roast, rice, simmer, sous vide, fry, and keep warm.
What kinds of foods can I cook in the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1?
The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 lets you cook a variety of foods. You can make delicious southern fried chicken with virtually no oil and totally no guilt. With just one touch, you can grill a thick, juicy steak with gorgeous grill marks. Or, slow cook mouthwatering, fall-off-the-bone ribs from below, then air fry from above to finish.
What is the wattage?
What is the capacity?
Where can I find recipes for the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1?
The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 comes with a recipe book that includes color photos and easy-to-follow instructions that will help you make the most out of your appliance.
What accessories are included?
The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 includes a tempered glass cook-and-look lid, a nonstick family-size grill plate, and recipe book.
Does the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 come with recipes?
Yes. Your PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 includes a recipe book with recipes customized for the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1.
What are the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 cooking presets?
The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 has 12 presets: air fry, slow cook, steam, sauté, grill, bake roast, rice, simmer, sous vide, fry, and keep warm.
What is sous vide?
In the sous vide method of cooking, food is sealed inside a plastic bag immersed in water and cooked at a lower temperature. Sous vide allows for greater control and evenly cooked results. The sous vide method holds food at the perfect level of doneness for much longer than regular cooking methods would allow.
What are the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1’s cooking features?
The PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 can air fry, grill, slow cook, steam, sauté, bake, roast, cook rice, fry, simmer, sous vide, and keep your food warm.
Can the PowerXL COMBO 12-in-1 cook from the top and the bottom at the same time?
Different heating elements are activated depending on which preset button is used to cook your food. You can use different presets to cook your food from the top and then the bottom and vice versa.
Can I cook without the inner pot?
No, you cannot cook without the inner pot. The inner pot must always be used when cooking. Place any additional cookware you are using inside the inner pot.
I chose the 30-Day Trial Offer. When will I be billed?
You will be billed 30 days after the date of shipment. The 30-day trial period begins when your item is shipped.
PowerXL Self-Cleaning Juicer FAQs
What are some of the benefits of juicing?
Juicing with the PowerXL Self-Cleaning Juicer can help unlock all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories in all-natural fresh fruits and vegetables.
What are the 3 speed settings for?
Speed 1: Softer vegetables (berries, leafy greens, grapes)
Speed 2: Medium hardness fruits and vegetables (apples, cooked beets)
Speed 3: Hard fruits and vegetables (beets, carrots, sweet potato, ginger)
NOTE: If you are juicing more than one type of fruit or vegetable, choose the speed based on the hardest fruit or vegetable being juiced.
What is the wattage?
What is the RPM?
How does the Self-Cleaning Function work?
Use the self-cleaning function after you have completed juicing or when you want to switch the flavor of your juice with minimal cleaning in between. To use the Self-Cleaning Function:
A. Fill a container with at least 1 cup water. Press the Self-Cleaning button.
B. Pour water into the Chute while lightly pressing down on the Self-Cleaning button at least 3 times. Note: the Self-Cleaning button does not need to be pressed hard, just enough to engage the scraper and screen.
C. The Cleaning Scraper will remove leftover pulp from the screen.
D. If you plan on using the pulp, remove the pulp from the pulp collector before using the Self-Cleaning function.
E. After you are done using the juicer, take it apart and clean the components.
CLEANING TIP: The Cleaning Scraper moves up and down to clean. Pulp can get caught when the scraper slides up into its resting place. When washing the Juicer, press down on the Self-Cleaning button and be sure to clean around the scraper.
How do I remove the filter?
To remove the filter, pull it up and off the power base. The filter will detach easily.
The Juicer isn’t juicing. What can I do to fix this?
First check to see if you used the correct speed for the type of food you are juicing. Next, check to see if the Self-Cleaning button is pressed accidentally.
How do I remove the Self-Cleaning scraper?
The scraper can be removed by gently pulling the scraper from the top and pulling it off the top and the bottom of the juicer. It may be easier to press the button down to provide better access to the metal arm the scraper attaches to. There are metal pins helping to hold the scraper on. Make sure to not rip the holes when removing the scraper and to reattach the scraper at the holes when you put the scraper back on. NOTE: The scraper should be removed and washed periodically.
What is the best way to clean the filter?
To clean the filter, use a soft bristle brush to lightly brush any leftover pulp from the screen.
The spout drips juice after I am done juicing. What can I do to fix this?
Turn the spout face up to prevent drips. Make sure the spout is facing toward the receptacle when juicing or using the Self-Cleaning Function.