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Fisher & Paykel Product Help

Care and cleaning

Cleaning the outer surfaces

To clean both the electronic programmer window and the oven door, use a window washing product applied to a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive creams or scouring sponges.

Cleaning the inside of the door

Disassembling the door

Before removing the glass window,

  • Open the door completely and block it open using the two red stops. They are supplied with your oven in the plastic pack.

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  • To remove the frame and glass assembly, proceed as follows:
    Insert the two red stops in the A slots designed for this.

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  • Lever the assembly to detach the frame and the glass.


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  • Remove the frame and the glass.


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  • Remove all the door’s interior windows by rotating them.​​​​​​
    This assembly comprises 2 glass windows, the 1st of which has 2 rubber stops on the 2 front corners.
  • Clean the glass using a soft sponge and washing-up liquid.
  • Do not soak the window in water.
  • Do not use abrasive creams or scouring sponges. Rinse with clean water and dry off with a lint-free wiper.

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  • After cleaning, replace the 1st glass in the door.
  • Reposition the 2 black rubber stops on the front corners of the 2nd glass, making sure that the it says:
    at top left: L
    at top right: R

Then replace the door and the 2nd glass, positioning it on the first.



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  • Place the glass frame assembly back in the door.
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  • Take care to correctly slot the frame under the spigot next to the hinge.

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  • the frame by tightening it with the door.

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Do not press on the frame alone.

 Your appliance can now be used again.


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Do not use abrasive cleaning products or hard metallic scrapers for cleaning the oven’s glass door, as they could scuff the surface and cause the glass to shatter.

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