MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
WARNING if gas odors are detected, the gas supply must
be turned "OFF" at the main shut-off valve and the local gas
company or authorized service agency contacted for service .
A program of proper cleaning techniques will aid in
continued trouble free operation of this or any quality
The broiling rack should be wiped daily while still warm,
using a heavy cloth or other grease absorbing material to
remove grease and burnt food before they burn into the
grid . Remove burnt materials, such as carbonized grease
or food, with a stiff wire brush . DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF
STEEL WOOL . Small particles may be left on the rack surface
and get into food products . The rack should be washed
thoroughly using a wire brush and a hot, mild detergent or
soap solution . Rinse with clear, warm water .
Lubricate valves and bearings as required . Due to the
usual location of the broiler that is mounted above a range
with open tops, the heat from the open top will cause the
lubrication grease inside the valves to dry out . When you
notice that the valve is becoming harder to turn it is then
time to have them greased . We suggest an Authorized
Service Agent who is familiar with the appliance and working
with natural and propane gas, to perform this type of work .
Establish a regular schedule . Any spills should be wiped off
1 . Wipe exposed, clean-able surface when cool with a mild
detergent and hot water . Stubborn residue spots may be
removed with a light weight non-metallic scouring pad .
Dry thoroughly with a clean cloth .
2 . Stainless steel should be cleaned using a mild detergent,
a soft cloth and hot water . If it is necessary to use a non-
metallic scouring pad, always rub in the direction of the
grain in the metal to prevent scratching . Use a water
based stainless steel cleaner (such as Drackett Twinkle), if
you want a high shine .
Part # 4523974 (11/07)