perfect! you just sent to me the copy in Italian witout even my specification!!!! so you are really smart cooperative and efficient. To my opinion the best place all over to get a manual of electronics!!!!
Great manual, would not have been able to operate my machine without it!!
James Dawson August 18, 2012
Text excerpt from page 7 (click to view)
Daily cleaning is done with a well wrungout cloth. Extra dirty surfaces can be cleaned by using a plastic sponge with a normal cleaning product. After cleaning, the hotplates should be switched on for a moment until they are fully dry. Clean between the bright metal ring and the hot-plate extra carefully. If you use hot-plate covers, both these and the hot-plates should be completely dry before the covers are replaced.
3. Spillage or stains that remains after the described cleaning (item 1 and 2) can be burnt-off. Clean one plate at a time. 3a. Switch on the plate to maximum heat for 6-8 minutes. For safety reasons only do this when the plate is under control. 3b. Let the plate cool off. Afterwards wipe off the plate with a damp cloth. If you use hot-plate covers, both these and the hot-plates should be completely dry before the covers are replaced.
Cleaning of the hot plates
Remove solidified food or other spillage from the plates as soon as possible. A dirty plate reduces the heat transmission between the plate and the cooking utensils. 1. For normal maintenance, wipe the plates with a damp sponge or cloth. If necessary add some detergent to the water. Subsequently dry the plates by short heat-up. 2. Remove heavily burnt-in spillage with a glass-ceramic scraper, by using the flat blade. Then clean the area with liquid cleaner (ATA, VISS, AJAX, VIM). Rinse the plate with clear water. Dry the plate as described at item 1.