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5. Maintenance

Hob maintenance
Caution! Before any cleaning or maintenance, make sure
the cooking zones are switched off and the heat indicator
has turned off.
5.1 Cleaning
The hob must be cleaned after each use.
Important:
Do not use abrasive sponges, scouring pads. Their use, over
time, may ruin the glass.
Do not use chemical irritants, such as oven sprays or stain
removers.
After each use, leave the hob to cool and clean it to remove
deposits and stains caused by food residue.
Sugar or food with a high sugar content damages the hob and
must be immediately removed.
Salt, sugar and sand may scratch the glass surface.
Use a soft cloth, paper towel or specific products to clean the
hob (follow the Manufacturer's instructions).
DO NOT USE STEAM JET CLEANERS!!!
Important:
If liquids accidentally or excessively leak out of the pots, the
drain valve located on the lower part of the product can be
opened so as to remove any residue and be able to clean in
conditions of maximum hygiene.
Fig.18
For a more complete and in-depth clean, the lower tray can be
completely removed.
Fig.18a - 18b
Extractor fan maintenance
Cleaning
For cleaning, use ONLY a cloth moistened with neutral liquid
detergents. DO NOT USE CLEANING UTENSILS OR
TOOLS!
Avoid the use of products containing abrasives.
DO NOT USE ALCOHOL!
Grease filter
Fig. 15-16
Traps grease particles generated by cooking.
Must be cleaned once per month (or when the filter saturation
indication system indicates this need), with non-aggressive
detergents, either manually or in the dishwasher at a low
temperature and in a short cycle.
When cleaned in the dishwasher, the metal grease filter may
discolour, but its filtering characteristics remain unchanged.
Activated carbon filters
(Only for Filtration Version)
Fig. 17 – 17a – 17b – 17c
Traps unpleasant odours generated by cooking.
The product is equipped with four filter packs that trap odours
thanks to the activated carbons. The activated carbons are
incorporated into a ceramic structure, making them easily and
completely accessible by impurities, thus creating a large
absorption surface.
The ceramic activated carbon filters will become saturated
after a more or less prolonged period of use, depending on
the type of cooking and frequency with which the grease filters
are cleaned. These odour filters can be thermally regenerated
every 2/3 months in an oven preheated to 200°C for one hour.
Regeneration allows a maximum filter lifespan of 5 years.
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