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Care & Cleaning


Oven Clean Steam_Clean.PNG

This function performs a cleaning cycle by injecting steam into the cavity for 15 mins.  At the end of the cycle, any crusting that may have formed due to high temperature cooking inside the oven cavity, will be softened and become much easier to remove.

  1. Press Convection..PNG, press Left_Right Arrows.PNG to select Mini_Steam Clean.PNG and confirm your selection by pressing First Use_Confirms settings.PNG
  2. To cancel this function press First Use_Confirms settings.PNG and then press First Use_Cancel.PNG.


Circuit Cleaning Steam_Circuit.PNG

This function performs a cleaning cycle of the circuit, to keep it clean and operating efficiently.  Press Convection..PNG, PressLeft_Right Arrows.PNG to select Mini_Circuit Clean.PNG and confirm your selection by pressing First Use_Confirms settings.PNG.


Once the functions have been completed, a circuit discharge request will be sent (see water Discharge paragraph)

This oven does not require any descalers to keep the steam generation system running efficiently.


Circuit Discharge Circuit Discharge.PNG

At the end of any steam function, when the oven is turned off.  The following message will appear on the display:  NEED TO DISCHARGE/OPEN THE DOOR.

Carefully open the door as hot steam will be released.  A message will appear on the display to remove the container and empty the water to the level indicated.  When the water has been emptied, re-insert the container and press First Use_Confirms settings.PNG.

At the end of this function, the message DISCHARGE ENDED REMOVE AND EMPTY THE TANK will appear on the display, confirming that the discharge was successful.

If you do not wish to immediately repeat a new steam cooking cycle, it is recommended to empty the container refill it with fresh water, reinsert the container and close the door.  The oven is now ready for a new cooking cycle.

Important-Icon.png If the electricity is interrupted, the oven requires you to empty the circuit once it turns back on, regardless of whether there is water in it or not.




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