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Causes of damage
NOTICES:
o Accessories,
foil, baking
paper
or cookware
on the
bottom
of the oven interior:
do not place any
accessories
on the bottom
of the oven interior.
Do not
line the bottom of the oven interior with any type of foil
or baking
paper.
Do not place cookware
on the
bottom
of the oven interior
when a temperature
above
122°F
(50 °C) is set. This produces
a build-up
of heat.
Baking and roasting
times
are no longer
correct
and
the enamel
is damaged.
o
Do not use the oven with the Roof Liner fitted in the
bottom
of the cavity.
o Water
in the hot oven interior:
Never pour water into
the hot oven interior.
Steam is produced.
Damage
to
the enamel
can arise
due to the temperature
change.
o
Do not leave moist
groceries
in a closed
oven for an
extended
period of time.
It can lead to corrosion
inside
the oven.
Fruit juice can leave stains in the oven. Always
remove
fruit juice
immediately
and wipe
up first with a damp
and then a dry cloth. Cool
oven first to avoid steam
burns from wet dish
cloth.
o Cooling
with the appliance
door
open: only
allow the
oven cavity to cool when it is closed.
Even if the
appliance
door
is only open a little, front panels of
adjacent
units could
be damaged
over time.
o
Highly soiled door
seal: the appliance
door
will no
longer close
properly
during
operation
if the door seal
is highly soiled.
Adjoining
furniture
fronts
may be
damaged.
Always
keep the door
seal clean.
o Appliance
door
as a seat or storage
surface:
do not
stand, sit or hang on the appliance
door. Do not place
any cookware
or accessories
on the appliance
door.
o
Inserting
accessories:
depending
on the appliance
type, accessories
can scratch
the door
pane when
closing
the appliance
door. Always
slide
accessories
fully into the oven interior.
o
Do not hold or carry the appliance
by the door handle.
The door
handle cannot
carry the weight
of the device
and could
break off.
Protecting the environment
Unpack
the appliance
and dispose
of the packaging
in
line with environmental
requirements.
Tips
for
saving
energy
o Open
the appliance
door as little as possible
while
cooking,
baking
or roasting.
o
Use dark, black-painted
or enameled
baking
forms.
These absorb
the heat particularly
well.
o
It is best to bake several
cakes
in succession.
The
oven is still warm. This shortens
the baking time for the
second
cake. You can also slide in two loaf tins next to
each other.
o
In the hot air mode,
you can bake simultaneously
on
several
levels.
o
For longer
cooking
times,
you can switch
off the oven
10 minutes
before the end of the cooking
time and
you can use the residual
heat to finish cooking.
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