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Cleaning and maintenance of
The anti-tilt mechanism will only work when the cooker is pushed back into position and the screw has been mounted. Please remember this when moving the cooker to clean behind it. For hygienic and safety reasons the ceramic hob and oven must be kept clean. Fat droplets and food remnants will fume when heated up and in the worst case could cause a fire. impair heat conduction between the cooking zones and the pans. After use, wipe down the cooking zones with a damp cloth and washing-up liquid. In the case of severe soiling, try the following: 1. Remove food etc. with the razor. 2. Ensure the hob has cooled down. Use the cleaning fluid supplied. Shake the bottle and squeeze a couple of thin lines of product onto the hob. 3. Wipe the hob clean with a damp cloth or kitchen paper. Remove stubborn stains by rubbing hard with kitchen paper. 4. Wipe off excess cleaning fluid with a damp cloth. 5. If necessary, wipe with a dry cloth. Make sure the hob is dry before heating up again. A damp hob may take on rainbow-like stripes when heated up.
Carry out daily cleaning with a well wrung-out cloth. For more stubborn marks use a cloth or a soft plastic sponge and washing-up liquid or universal cleaner. Never use scouring pads, wire wool, hard plastic sponges, scouring powder or other abrasive cleaning agents.
The oven valve
Remove the valve and wash in hot water and washing-up liquid.
The ceramic hob
Scrape off spillages of sugar, sugarcontaining foods (jam, syrup etc.), melted plastic and aluminium foil immediately from the hot hob. If the hob is allowed to cool down it may suffer damage. A dirty hob will