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Switching Off In Case Of A Fault; Cleaning And Maintenance - Electrolux 266200 Installation And Operation Instructions Manual

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4.8.1 MAINTENANCE
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Technical assistance
By pressing this button a password is requested for
accessing the area reserved for authorised technical
personnel in order to edit the various oven operation
parameters.

5. SWITCHING OFF IN CASE OF A FAULT

In case of a fault, deactivate the appliance:
• Turn off the automatic power switch located ahead of the ap-
pliance and close the water and gas cocks.
• Contact an After-Sales Service Centre with qualifi ed personnel
authorised by the manufacturer.
IMPORTANT!
With cooking cycle in progress, the signalling of an error
code occurs with continuous sounding of the buzzer and
stopping of the cycle.
In this case the appliance can be used in ways not involving
the conditions that generated the error. Therefore just pro-
gram the oven for a cycle that does not use the damaged
component.
The After-Sales Service must be informed of the alarm code
appearing on the display.

6. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

• Have the appliance fully checked periodically (at least once a
year). For that purpose, it is advisable to stipulate a maintenance
contract.
for AUSTRALIA
For service and spare parts, please contact:
Electrolux - Tom Stoddart Pty Ltd
Zanussi - JL Lennard Pty Ltd
• Turn off the automatic power switch located ahead of the ap-
pliance and close the water and gas cocks.
• At the end of each day, clean the oven compartment using
suitable products and following the supplier's recommendations.
• Do not clean the appliance with direct jets of water.
• Do not use products containing chlorine (chlorine bleach, hydro-
chloric acid, etc.), even if diluted, to clean the steel parts.
• Do not use corrosive substances (e.g. muriatic acid) to clean
the fl oor under the appliance.
MAINTENANCE, INSPECTIONS, CHECKS AND
CLEANING
Routine cleaning
General cleaning of machine and surrounding
area
Mechanical protection devices
Check condition and for any deformation ,
loosening or removed parts.
Control and Machine structure
Check mechanical part for any breakage or
deformation, tightening of screws. Check
readability and conditionof words, stickers
and symbols and restore if necessary.
Electrical connection cable and plug
Check connection cable (replace it if neces-
sary ) and plug.
The appliance (except for some models) has an automatic com-
partment cleaning programme called CLEANING SYSTEM; for
its use see par. 4.7 CLEANING.
The CLEANING SYSTEM program requires detergents, therefore
fi ll the DETERGENT CONTAINER - max. 5 litres (on RIGHT with
RED cap) and the RINSE AID CONTAINER - max. 1.2 litres (on
LEFT with BLUE cap) located under the control panel:
RINSE AID__________________
max. 1.2 litres
For models 20GN1/1-2/1 connect the tubes (supplied) on the left
side of the oven (RH connection RED symbol for DETERGENT;
LH connection BLUE symbol for RINSE AID) and insert the other
ends in their respective containers (not supplied) fi lled with DE-
TERGENT and RINSE AID.
To ensure best cleaning results, as well as to protect the oven
with the integrated CLEANING SYSTEM, the following deter-
gents must be used:
ELECTROLUX "ExtraStrong Clean for Oven" - Detergent
ELECTROLUX "ExtraStrong Rinse for Oven" - Rinse Aid
Do not use detergent or rinse aid powder dissolved in water or
in gel form and containing chlorine.
51
GB
FREQUENCY
Daily
Monthly
Yearly
Yearly
__________DETERGENT
max. 5 litres
(Code 0S1192)
(Code 0S1193)

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