The warranty does not cover damage caused by the use of deter-
gents and rinse aids not complying with the above characteristics.
- Detergent and rinse aid containers, independent of the oven,
must not be placed higher than the appliance support surface (for
model 6 GN they must be placed lower than the oven support top).
Attention: Contact with chemical substances (e.g.
detegent, rinse aid, scale remover, etc.) without
taking adequate safety precautions. Therefore
always refer to the safety cards and labels on the
To facilitate oven compartment cleaning, remove the rack trolley
guides from the bottom of the oven and open the suction wall.
• To open the oven compartment suction wall A (Fig. 2) proceed
- switch the oven off and disconnect the power to the appliance;
- undo (1a) screw B2 completely with a screwdriver,
- insert the tip of a screwdriver in slot B and prise (1b) inwards to
open the wall, unhooking it from the pegs B1 at the back.
If required, completely remove suction wall:
- unscrew (2) nut C1 with a hexagon wrench.
- lift (3) the suction wall and remove it (4) from the bottom pin C
of the oven compartment;
- lower (5) the wall to release it from the top pin D and completely
remove it (6).
To reﬁ t the wall, repeat the steps in reverse order and retighten
• If present, clean the oven compartment grease ﬁ lter (not sup-
plied) at least every three cooking cycles.
• If present, clean the air ﬁ lter (not supplied) at least once a
month, removing it from under the control panel.
Air ﬁ lter
Non-compliance with the above will result in ﬁ lter inefﬁ ciency and
produce anomalous effects in cooking.
• Clean the stainless steel parts every day using lukewarm soapy
water, rinsing with plenty of water and drying thoroughly.
• Do not clean the stainless steel with steel wool, brushes or
scrapers in common steel, as they could deposit ferrous particles
which oxidise, causing rust spots.
• Whenever the appliance is not used for long periods:
- Disconnect the power supply and close the water and gas cocks;
- go over all steel surfaces vigorously with a cloth moistened with
parafﬁ n oil in order to create a protective ﬁ lm;
- Periodically air the premises.
6.2 REPLACING CONSUMABLE COMPONENTS
Replacing the oven compartment lamp (Fig. 3)
To replace the oven compartment lamp, if burnt out, proceed as
• Disconnect the power to the appliance.
• Undo the 4 screws ﬁ xing the light ﬁ tting ring nut "A" and remove
the glass "V" together with seal "G".
• Remove the halogen lamp "L" and replace it with another one
having the same characteristics (12V - 10W - 300°C), using a
clean cloth or paper to avoid direct contact with ﬁ ngers.
• Reﬁ t the protection glass, correctly inserted inside the seal, in
the lamp compartment and ﬁ x the ring nut by retightening the 4
screws, after smearing the seal with food-grade silicone grease.
Replacing door seals (Fig. 4)
NB: The door seal is a component that can become worn over
time. It is advisable to replace it whenever any hardening or
breakage is noticed.
To replace it, proceed as follows:
• Remove the seal from its seat and clean the latter of any traces
• Apply a bead of silicone sealant at point 1 along the inside proﬁ le
of the seal seat.
• Insert the new seal along the entire seat.