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Text excerpt from page 23 (click to view)
Attaching/Removing the Grill Pan Handle
The handle is particularly useful for removing the grill pan and tray more easily from the hot oven. Attaching the handle Insert the handle at an angle from above into the recess in the side of the grill pan (1) press and hold the release button, lift the handle gently and then lower it (2) let go of the release button.
Warning: Risk of burning! Important: Check that the handle is securely attached!
Removing the handle Press the release button on the top of the handle (1) and lift up the handle (2) to remove it. Important: Never leave the handle in the heated oven! Overheating can cause the handle to deform or break, and may cause an injury.