Do not use scouring agents, abrasives or chemically
aggressive cleaners (for example oven cleaner)!
Do not use any nitro polishing agents for cleaning!
Do not use any abrasive sponges either.
Before cleaning, please wait until the cooktop
has cooled to hand-warm.
• First lift one of the pot grids on the side with both
hands (be careful not to scratch the base). Then
remove the remaining two pot grids.
• Remove the burner head cover, the burner ring
and the burner head.
• Important! Only clean the burner parts when
• Soak burnt-in remainders in a little water and
detergent. This loosens even the most stubborn of
soiling. Do not use any abrasive agents and
• Only use very little water to clean your cooktop.
Be careful that no water enters the burner base.
• As the result of heat development, slight dis-
coloration can appear on the stainless steel
surface. Do not attempt to scrape away such
discoloration. This damages the surface.
Distribute stainless steel care agents uniformly
and thinly on the hob (not on the control panel!).
This will ensure an even surface and will keep
your hob in a good condition for a long period of
• Make sure the burner parts are dry before
assembly. Only operate the appliance with all
parts dry. Damp burner parts will cause
malfunctions when igniting or unstable flames.
• When assembling the burner parts, make sure
that the burner ring and burner head are placed in
such a way that the locking lugs fit in the
• Important! Fit the middle pot support first
(be careful to center it over the burner) and
then the pot supports on the side. The
rounded corners of the pot supports on the
side must face out to the side.
Part / Material Suggested Cleaning Procedure Important Reminders
Control Knobs Wipe with a damp cloth. Cloth should not be too wet, as moisture
could penetrate behind the control knob.
Pot Grid Take pot grids off for cleaning. Do not clean in a dishwasher.
(enamel on Soak in sink. Clean with detergent Soak burnt-in remainders in sink.
cast iron) and brush. Abrasive cleaners, used too vigorously or
too often can eventually mar the enamel.
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