Instructions

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Risk of damaging the appliance

•  Racks and trays have to be 

inserted into the side guides until 
they come to a complete stop. 
The mechanical safety locks that 
prevent the rack from being taken 
out accidentally must face 
downwards and towards the 
back of the appliance.

•  Use wooden or plastic utensils.
•  Do not seat on the appliance.
•  Do not use abrasive or corrosive 

detergents (e.g. scouring 
powders, stain removers and 
metallic sponges) on glass parts.

•  Do not use steam jets to clean the 

appliance.

•  Do not obstruct ventilation 

openings and heat dispersal slots.

•  Never leave the appliance 

unattended during cooking 
operations where fats or oils 
could be released.

•  Never leave objects on the 

cooking surface.

•  Do not use the appliance to heat 

rooms for any reason.

•  Remove any food residues or 

large spills from previous cooking 
operations from the inside of the 
oven.

•  Do not cover the bottom of the 

oven cavity with aluminium or tin 
foil sheets.

•  If you wish to use greaseproof 

paper, place it so that it will not 
interfere with the hot air circulation 
inside the oven.

•  Do not place pans or trays 

directly on the bottom of the oven 
cavity.

•  Do not pour water directly onto 

very hot trays.

•  Do not use steam jets to clean the 

appliance.

•  Do not use cleaning products 

containing chlorine, ammonia or 
bleach on parts made of steel or 
that have metallic surface finishes 
(e.g. anodizing, nickel- or 
chromium-plating).

•  Do not use abrasive or corrosive 

detergents (e.g. scouring 
powders, stain removers and 
metallic sponges) on glass parts.

•  Do not use rough or abrasive 

materials or sharp metal scrapers.

•  Shut off the power supply during 

cleaning and maintenance 
procedures.