CLEANING AND CARE OF THE
- Do not use aggressive substances or abrasive
detergents when cleaning the stainless steel components.
- Avoid using metal pads of the steel parts as they may
cause rust. For the same reason avoid contact with
materials containing iron.
- Do not use sandpaper or abrasive paper for cleaning; in
special cases use a powder pumice stone.
- In case of particularly resistant dirt, it is advisable to use
abrasive sponges (e.g. Scotch-Brite).
- It is advisable to clean the appliance only once it has
When cleaning the appliance never
use direct jets of water to prevent infiltration of the
liquid and damage to components.
- Clean the cooking vat with water and a detergent, rinse
thoroughly and dry well with a soft cloth.
- External surfaces should be washed down using a
sponge, and hot water with a suitable proprietary cleaner
- Rinse always thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.
Note for pressure kettles:
- Do not use detergents containing high percentages of
ammonia and sodium to clean the lid gasket, as these
substances may cause damage and quickly affect the
tightness of the gasket.
SPECIAL PROCEDURES IN CASE
OF PROLONGED INACTIVITY
- If the appliance is to stand idle for any length of time
(e.g. holidays or seasonal closing) it must be cleaned
thoroughly, leaving not traces of food or dirt.
- Leave the lid open so that air can circulate inside the vat.
- For added care after cleaning, the external surfaces can
be protected by applying a proprietary metal polish.
- Be absolutely certain to shut off all utilities (gas and
- Air the room appropriately.
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IN CASE OF FAILURES
- If the appliance should not work properly during use, turn
it off immediately and close or cut off all supplies (gas and
- Apply to a service centre for help.
The manufacturer shall not be held responsible nor has
any warranty commitments for damage caused by non-
compliance with prescriptions or by installation not in
conformity with instructions.
The same applies in case of improper use or different
application by the operator.
HOW TO PROCEED, IF ...
Problems and failures may occur even
when the appliance is used properly. Here is a list of
the mist probably situations and controls that the
operator should perform to avoid applying to a service
If the problem is not solved after the necessary controls,
turn off the appliance immediately, cut off any supplies
and apply to a service centre.
- ... the vat contents do not heat up:
there is gas in the mains and that the cock is open;
- check that the main burners are on.
- Otherwise turn off the unit and apply to a service centre,
as the safety thermostat may have been activated
because of an excess of temperature in the cooking vat.
This occurs aspecially wehn the appliance is started and
the vat and/or jacket is/are empty or when the appliance
needs servicing because the burners are dirty and