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3-in-1 Cooking Systemwww.ninjakitchen.comMC750OWNER’S GUIDE

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSFor Household Use OnlyWHEN USING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES,BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULDALWAYS BE FOLLOWED, INCLUDING THEFOLLOWING:READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USINGYOUR NINJA 3-IN-1 COOKING SYSTEM.POLARIZED PLUGWARNING: To reduce the risk of electricshock, this appliance has a polarizedplug (one blade is wider than the other).This plug will fit into a polarized outletonly one way. If the plug does not fitfully into the outlet, reverse the plug. Ifit still does not fit, contact a qualifiedelectrician to install the proper outlet.DO NOT modify the plug in any way.WARNING: Extension cords121Voltage:120V., 60Hz.Power:1200 WattsTOLL FREE: 1-877-646-5288Please refer to the Cleaning & Maintenancesection for regular maintenance of theappliance. Return the appliance to SharkNinjaOperating LLC for any other servicing.19 The use of attachments or accessories notrecommended by the manufacturer mayresult in fire, electric shock or personal injury.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OFELECTRIC SHOCK, COOK ONLY IN THEPOT PROVIDED OR IN CONTAINERSRECOMMENDED BY SharkNinjaOperating LLC PLACED ON THE COOKINGRACK IN THE PROVIDED POT. DO NOTUSE THE APPLIANCE WITHOUT THEREMOVABLE COOKING POT INSIDE.9DO NOT let the power cord touch hotsurfaces such as the stove.21 To disconnect, turn the Function Dial to“Off”, then remove the plug from the walloutlet.To protect against electrical shock, do notsubmerge the unit or allow the power cordto come into contact with water or any otherliquid. If the unit falls into liquid, unplugthe power cord from the electrical outletimmediately. DO NOT reach into the liquid.3Please note that the appliance may becomehot during use. DO NOT touch hot surfaces;always use the handles and knobs. Alwaysuse oven mitts or pot holders when removingthe pot.4DO NOT allow the appliance to be used bychildren. Close attention is necessary whenused near children. This is not a toy.5Remove the power cord from the electricaloutlet when not in use, and let cool beforeassembling or disassembling parts and beforecleaning. To unplug, grasp the plug and pullfrom the electrical outlet. Never pull fromthe power cord. Allow the appliance to coolbefore adding or removing parts.6TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS8TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRICSHOCK OR INJURY:are not recommended for use with thisproduct.THIS BOOK COVERS MODEL NUMBER:MC750WARNING:710 Always use the appliance on a dry, levelsurface.11 Extreme caution must be used whenmoving an appliance containing hotoil or other hot liquids. Always useoven mitts or pot holders when movingthe cooking system. Allow hot oil tocool prior to removal or cleaning theappliance.12 To avoid possible steam damage, place thecooking system away from walls and cabinetsduring use.13 When using this appliance, provide adequateair space above and on all sides for aircirculation. On surfaces where heat maycause a problem, use of an insulated heat pador trivet is recommended.14 Use extreme caution when removing the lidafter cooking. Serious burns can result fromthe steam inside. Always lift and tilt the lidaway from you when removing using care toensure that water does not drip back into theappliance.15 DO NOT use outdoors or anywhere the cordor unit housing might come into contact withwater while in use.DO NOT abuse the power cord. Never carrythe appliance by the power cord or yank itto disconnect from electrical outlet; insteadgrasp the plug and pull to disconnect.16 DO NOT obstruct the steam release ventduring use.DO NOT operate any appliance with adamaged cord or plug, or after the appliancemalfunctions, has been dropped or damagedin any manner. Return the appliance toSharkNinja Operating LLC for examination,repair or adjustment.18 DO NOT place or operate this appliance on ornear any hot surfaces (such as gas or electricburner, stove or in a heated oven).20 DO NOT use this appliance for deep frying.22 This appliance has a cut off switch whichwill not allow the appliance to heat if thecooking pot is not inserted into the housingor removed while cooking.23 THIS PRODUCT IS INTENDED FORHOUSEHOLD USE ONLY. Do not use thisappliance for anything other than its intendeduse. Do not use outdoors.24 To avoid the possibility of the cooking systembeing accidentally being pulled off thecounter top or tabletop, which could resultin damage to the cooking system or personalinjury, do not let the power cord hang overthe edge of the counter or table.25 Leaving food out too long at roomtemperature can cause bacteria to grow todangerous levels that can cause illnesses.In the event of a loss of power, an errormessage will display on the unit. It isrecommended to dispose of any food that hasbeen at room temperature for more than anhour.SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS17 Always position the steam vent hole in theback of the unit away from you.www.ninjakitchen.com2

ContentsThank you forpurchasing theNinja 3-in-1Cooking System.Getting To Know Your Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking SystemGetting to Know Your Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System .4aGetting to Know Your Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System Control Panel.5Preparing to Use the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System.5Using the Different Functions.6Hints & Tips .8bTroubleshooting Guide.9Cleaning & Maintenance.9Replacement Parts.9Warranty & Registration.10cdeOVENa Glass Lid with Handled Main Housingb Roasting Racke Control Panelc Cooking Potf Power Cord (not shown)OVENFEATURES: Stovetop Settings: Low (simmer), Med (sauté), High (sear) Slow Cooker Settings: High, Low, and Buffet Auto Warm Oven Temperature: 250 F - 425 F Digital Oven Controls with Timer Auto Warm for Slow Cook function only3TOLL FREE: 1-877-646-5288www.ninjakitchen.com4

Getting to Know the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System Control PanelUsing the Different FunctionsCAUTION: Use extreme caution when removing the lid after cooking. Serious burns can result fromthe steam inside. Always lift and tilt the lid away from you when removing using care to ensure thatwater drips back into the cooking pot.OVENOVENOVENFunction DialLED Display Screen Turn the dial to select Stovetop, Slow Cook or Ovenmode. The LED screen displays the timer settings for the SlowCook, Buffet and Oven modes. It also displays the oventemperature settings for the Oven mode. Stovetop - Use the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System asyou would a stovetop. You can simmer, sauté, or sear. Slow Cook - Use the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking Systemas a slow cooker. Select the temperature - low or highand let the cooking system do all the work. When ithas finished cooking, it will automatically switch toAuto Warm. Buffet - Use the Buffet mode after cooking iscompleted to keep food warm from 30 minutes up to12 hours. Oven - Use the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System as youwould a regular oven. You can roast, bake or even cookwith steam. OVENTIME/OVEN TEMP Button Use the TIME/OVEN TEMP button to toggle betweenthe Time and Temperature when using the Oven mode.Stovetop:Slow Cook:1 Place the cooking pot inside the housing.Adjustment Dial2 Place the food that you wish to cook inside the pot in aneven layer for best results.The 6 qt. capacity makes this an ideal slow cooker for the entirefamily. The Low and High settings automatically switch to AutoWarm after cooking is complete to keep the food warm. Usethe Stovetop function on “High” to sear meats and vegetablesbefore slow cooking to enhance flavors and create gourmetmeals. Use the Adjustment dial to set the count downtimer in Slow Cook mode or to change the time andtemperature when using the Oven mode.Auto Warm3 Set the Function Dial to the desired Stovetop mode to get theappliance heated. The LED Display will show “On” and thePower light will turn on. The Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System will go into autowarm when the set cooking time in Slow Cook mode isover.4 When you have finished using the unit, turn the FunctionDial to “Off” and then unplug the unit and allow it to coolcompletely before handling.NOTE: The appliance will not function if the cooking pot is notinside the main housing.Preparing to Use the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking SystemBefore using the cooking system for the first time:4 Plug the unit into the wall outlet.15 The cooking system will not turn “On” as long as theFunction Dial is in the “Off” position.Review ALL warning and caution statements beforeproceeding to number 2.2 Carefully remove all the parts from the box. Wash thecooking pot, roasting rack and glass lid with warm,soapy water. The cooking pot, roasting rack and glasslid can be washed in the dishwasher. Do not place themain housing in water or in the dishwasher. Wipe itclean with a damp cloth.3 When ready to use, place the cooking pot inside themain housing. Never use the cooking system withoutthe cooking pot inserted into the housing.5TOLL FREE: 1-877-646-52886 When ready to start the appliance, turn the FunctionDial to the function that you want. The red Power lightwill light up indicating that the appliance is on.7 Follow instructions on the following pages on how touse the different functions.TIP: When you want to sear meats, set the Stovetop to “High”.To sauté vegetables, set the Stovetop to “Med” or “High”.Do not exceed the top of the cooking pot when filling withfood. This could result in the food boiling over.1 Place the cooking pot inside the housing.2 Place the ingredients into the cooking pot and place the lidon top.3 Plug the unit into the electrical outlet.4 Turn the Function Dial to either Low or High under Slow Cookdepending on the recipe instructions. The LED Display willshow “8:00” or “4:00” depending on the slow cook settingthat is selected and the Power Light will turn on.5 The Display Screen will show “8:00” hours for Low settingand “4:00” hours for High setting. Turn the Adjustment Dialto set the desired time. The time will increase or decreasein 30 minute increments for up to 12 hours. The timer willbegin counting down after 3 seconds. Do not lift the lidcontinuously while cooking.6 After the cooking process is done, the unit will switch to AutoWarm for up to 12 hours.7 When you have finished using the unit, turn the FunctionDial to “Off” and then unplug the unit and allow it to coolcompletely before handling.www.ninjakitchen.com6

Using the Different Functions - cont.CAUTION: Use extreme caution when removing the lid after cooking. Serious burns can result fromthe steam inside. Always lift and tilt the lid away from you when removing using care to ensure thatwater drips back into the cooking pot.CAUTION: Use extreme caution when removing the lid after cooking. Serious burns can result fromthe steam inside. Always lift and tilt the lid away from you when removing using care to ensure thatwater drips back into the cooking pot.OVENOVENOVENBuffetOvenSteam Infused Cooking:Hints & TipsUse the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System Buffet mode to keepfood warm from 30 minutes up to 12 hours.Variable temperatures from 250 to 425 make this an idealoven for roasting meats and vegetables and for baking. Theprogrammable timer can be set in 5 minute intervals for up to6 hours.Steam Infused Cooking cooks foods fast and healthy all by theintroduction of steam during the cooking process. The SteamRoasting technique can be applied to a variety of meats youwould traditionally roast in your oven. Some cuts of meat benefitfrom searing BEFORE roasting while other cuts benefit fromsearing AFTER roasting, refer to the recipes in the includedInspiration Guide.1 Cooking times may vary based on the selectedtemperature, the current temperature of the cookingpot and the temperature of the ingredients.1 Place the cooking pot inside the housing.2 Place the cooked food inside the cooking pot and cover withthe lid.3 Plug the unit into the electrical outlet.4 Turn the Function Dial to Buffet.5 Time is pre-set to “6:00” hours. Turn the Adjustment Dial toset the desired time that you want the food kept warm.6 When you have finished using the unit, turn the FunctionDial to “Off” and unplug the unit. Allow it to cool completelybefore handling.Using the Oven mode for Roasting:1 Place the cooking pot inside the housing.2 Place the food on the Roasting rack and lower into thecooking pot. Cover with the lid.1 Place the cooking pot inside the housing.3 Plug the unit into the electrical outlet.3 Most meats can be seared for less than 10 minutes. You donot want to cook the meat, simply brown the meat to addcolor. Remove meat from pot.4 Turn the Function Dial to Oven. The Power light will illuminate.5 The Display Screen will show “350”. Turn the AdjustmentDial to set the temperature. The temperature will adjust in25 increments up to 425 . Press the Time/Oven Temp buttononce and then turn the Adjustment Dial to set the cookingtime. The time is pre-set at “1:00” hour and will increase in 5minute increments up to a total of 6 hours.6 The timer will begin counting down after 3 seconds. Thetime and temperature can be adjusted during the cookingcycle. Press the Time/Oven Temp button and then turn theAdjustment Dial to change the time or the temperature.7 Once cooking is complete the timer will blink for 2 minutes.At the end of the 2 minutes, the power will shut off. aution: Be alert when handling hot foods to keepCfrom being burned.2 No preheating is required when searing before roasting.4 Add water to the bottom of the cooking pot. In general, 1 cupof water equals 10 minutes of steam time.5 Place meat onto the Roasting Rack and set the Roasting Rackinto pot.6 If additional water is required during the cooking process,cautiously lift the lid away from you and add roomtemperature water. Water should NOT exceed the roastingrack or touch the food as that will result in poaching. Caution: Take care when placing hot meats onroasting rack. CAUTION: DO NOT add any liquids to the base of themain housing of the appliance.2 Always use nonstick utensils in the cooking pot. Metalutensils may damage the non-stick coating.3 For even browning, make sure that the food is in aneven layer on the bottom of the cooking pot or roastingrack.4 Cooking time and temperature can be adjusted atany time during the cooking cycle in Slow Cook andOven. Press the Time/Oven Temp button and turn theAdjustment Dial to adjust.5 Cooked foods may not brown or crisp on top as muchas in a conventional oven. Instead foods will brown onthe bottom and crisp on the bottom and sides.6 If you do not manually set a temperature and time, theunit will automatically start at the preset temperatureand time.7 Multiple modes may be required to cook recipes. Tochange modes during cooking cycles, simply turn theFunction Dial to select the new desired mode. Once thenew mode is selected, begin the programming process.8 If the cooking pot is removed during the cooking cycleand then placed back into the unit, the cooking processwill continue as though it was not interrupted.8 W hen you have finished using the unit, turn the FunctionDial to “Off”, unplug the unit and allow it to cool completelybefore handling.7TOLL FREE: 1-877-646-5288www.ninjakitchen.com8

Troubleshooting GuidePROBLEMPOSSIBLE SOLUTIONTurn the function dial to “OFF” and then turn dial to desired cooking mode.“Err” Appears on theDisplay ScreenIf the unit displays “Err” for a prolonged period of time due to power failure, disposeof the food for health and safety reasons.Call Customer Service at 1-877-646-5288.ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTYSharkNinja Operating LLC warrants this product to be free from material defects and workmanship for a period ofone (1) year from the date of purchase when utilized for normal household use, subject to the following conditions,exclusions and exceptions.“E01” Appears on theCooking pot is not inside the cooking system housing. Insert the cooking pot.Display ScreenThe liability of SharkNinja Operating LLC is limited solely to the cost of the repair or replacement of the unit atour option. This Limited Warranty does not cover normal wear of parts and does not apply to any unit that has beentampered with or used for commercial purposes. This Limited Warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse,abuse, negligent handling or damage due to faulty packaging or mishandling in transit. This Limited Warranty doesnot cover damage or defects caused by or resulting from damages from shipping or repairs, service or alteration to theproduct or any of its parts, which have been performed by a repair person not authorized by SharkNinja Operating LLC.“E02” or “E03”Appears On The LCDDisplayIf your appliance fails to operate properly while in use under normal household conditions within the warranty period,return the complete appliance and accessories, freight prepaid. For assistance with warranty service options orcustomer support, please call our customer care and product specialists at , call 1-877-646-5288 or visit our websitewww.ninjakitchen.com.Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System is not functioning.Please contact customer service at 1-877-646-5288.If the appliance is found to be defective in material or workmanship, SharkNinja Operating LLC will repair or replaceit free of charge. Proof of purchase is required and a fee of 19.95 will apply to cover the cost of return freight. *This Limited Warranty is extended to the original purchaser of the unit and excludes all other legal, implied and/orconventional warranties. The responsibility of SharkNinja Operating LLC if any, is limited to the specific obligationsexpressly assumed by it under the terms of this Limited Warranty. In no event is SharkNinja Operating LLC liable forincidental or consequential damages to anyone of any nature whatsoever. Some states do not permit the exclusion orlimitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.Cleaning & MaintenanceThe Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System should be cleaned thoroughly after every use.1 Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and let cool.2 Never immerse the main housing in water or any other liquid.3 To clean the main housing and the control panel, wipe it clean with a damp cloth.This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to stateor from province to province.*IMPORTANT: Carefully pack item to avoid damage in shipping. Be sure to include proof of purchase dateand to attach tag to item before packing with your name, complete address and phone number with anote giving purchase information, model number and what you believe is the problem with the item. Werecommend you insure the package (as damage in shipping is not covered by your Limited Warranty). Markthe outside of your package “ATTENTION CUSTOMER SERVICE”.4 Wash the cooking pot, roasting rack and glass lid with warm, soapy water. The cooking pot, roasting rack and glass lidcan be washed in the dishwasher.Product Registration5 Dry all parts after each use.6 If food residue is stuck onto the cooking pot, fill the pot with water and allow to soak before cleaning. DO NOT usescouring pads. If scouring is necessary, use a non-abrasive cleanser or liquid detergent with a nylon pad or brush.Please visit www.ninjakitchen.com or call 1-877-646-5288 to register your new Ninja product within ten (10) days of purchase.You will be asked to provide the store

5 ˆˇ 6 Getting to Know the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System Control Panel Function Dial Turn the dial to select Stovetop, Slow Cook or Oven mode. Stovetop - Use the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System as you would a stovetop.

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