THE VITREOUS ENAMEL
If the base is very soiled:
Use a spatula or similar implement to remove
spillages which have hardened.
Use a sponge to spread soft soap on the oven
Close the door. Set the oven to
heat) and 100°C for about 10 minutes.
When the oven has cooled, wash the enamelled
surfaces with clean water. Rub gently with a
soapimpregnated steelwool pad on stubborn
patches. Wipe the surfaces dry.
The oven door
The oven door consists of two sections with heat-
reflecting glass for a lower surface temperature.
The outer section, the door front, can be removed
Take care not to damage the panes of glass.
Small cracks at the edges can cause an entire
pane to crack after it has been heated a few
TO CLEAN BETWEEN THE TWO PANES
Check that the oven is not hot and that the door
catch is activated before you remove the outer
section, the door front.
Open the door and insert rolled-up oven cloths
between the hinges
vent the door from closing. Raise the door up
Grasp the door handle and press in the two
springs on the top edge of the door downwards,
then lift off the door front.
After cleaning (use a window-cleaning product),
slot the the door front back into the bracket
. If the glass is very soiled, use the
scraper supplied with the cooker. Make sure the
door is properly secured on both sides.
Press the two springs on the top edge of the door
and press the door front into place.
Remove the oven cloths.
. These to pre-