LEANING IS THE ONLY MAINTENANCE
AILURE TO MAINTAIN THE DRAWER
tion could lead to deterioration of the surface
that could adversely affect the life of the ap-
pliance and possibly result in a hazardous sit-
to clean the bottom of the draw-
T IS ADVISABLE
er after every use, making sure to allow it to
cool. In this way grime will not accumulate and
cleaning is easier.
O NOT USE METAL SCOURING PADS
pads, gritty washcloths, etc.
which can damage the control
panel, and the interior and
exterior drawer surfaces. Use a sponge with a
mild detergent or a paper towel with spray glass
cleaner. Apply spray glass cleaner to a paper
directly on the drawer.
O NOT SPRAY
, especially if spill
T REGULAR INTERVALS
overs have occurred, remove the
antislip cloth and wipe the interi-
or of the drawer clean.
and if deposited in the draw-
ALTS ARE ABRASIVE
er compartment, rust could develop in plac-
es. Acid sauces like ketchup, mustard or salted
foods e.g. cured roasts, contain chloride and
acids. These affect steel surfaces. It's a good
idea to clean the cooled down drawer cavity
after each use.
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
acids or chlorides, abrasive detergents (in pow-
der or lotion), abrasive sponges (e.g. steel
in a clean condi-
wool) or sponges containing residuals of abra-
sive detergents, descaling detergents, dish-
washer detergents, oven sprays.
SE A MILD DETERGENT
clean the interior surfaces, front and rear of the
door and the door opening.
O NOT ALLOW GREASE
up around the door and door seal. Failure to
keep the seal clean may result in damage on
the fronts or adjacent units, due to the door
not closing properly during operation.
HE ANTISLIP FELT
bottom of the drawer. The base can be washed
by hand with hot water and a mild detergent.
Dry thoroughly. Wash the antislip felt at 40°C
and let drip dry. Refit the antislip felt in the
drawer only when completely dry.
: detergents containing soda,
DO NOT USE
, water and a soft cloth to
or food particles to build
ANTISLIP DRAWER BASE
can be pulled out to clean the