Always disconnect the power supply to the unit prior to any repair or maintenance of the unit in
order to prevent electric shock or injury.
Ensure you do not inhale or consume medication or aerosols from around the unit at the time of
maintenance. These may be harmful to your health.
Always put on dry gloves to protect hands at the time of maintenance. Failure to use gloves may
result in cuts or abrasions from any sharp edges or corners.
Never attempt to directly spray water on the heater box or the inside of the oven as it is very dangerous.
In addition, never use volatile or combustible chemicals to clean the inside.
Cleaning of unit
Cleaning the inside
• Remove all shelves from the inside.
• Clean the inside using a soft cloth damped with neutral detergent. Afterwards, wipe off with a cloth
washed in clean water.
• Remove the separation plate at the bottom of the oven and wipe off any particles in the heater box,
using a soft cloth damped with water.
Cleaning the frame
• Clean the frame using a soft cloth damped with neutral detergent. Afterwards, wipe it up the detergent
with a wet cloth.
Cleaning the shelf
• To clean the shelf, place it in a tub of warm water mixed with neutral detergent and wipe with a sponge
or a soft cloth. Shelves subject to high temperature will naturally become colored. This is a natural
coloration, acknowledge this.
When cleaning, do not use brushes, acids, benzine, thinner, soap, cleaner or hot water. These will
cause discoloring or damage to coated surfaces.
On plastic or rubber parts, they will cause
transformation, discoloration or degeneration.
Never apply volatile chemicals (like benzine etc.) on
plastic or rubber parts. When neutral detergent is used, be sure to wipe it up thoroughly with a wet cloth
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