This video is for the daily maintenance of your Tornado oven. To begin, make sure that the oven is in the off position and it is cool. It should be nice and cool inside. The bottom plate fits on snugly, so grasp it on both sides, give it a tug, and it'll pull right off. Next, we will open the oven cavity and remove the configuration. This is the raised rack configuration. We will start by removing the stone and placing it off to the side. The rack then lifts up and out of the cavity. The second configuration is what we call the recessed rack configuration. To remove this, just grab the metal rack and pull it out, but be careful not to damage the stone. The third configuration is the rack only and you can simply pull the rack out. To clean the stone, don't submerse it in water or use any liquids because it has the potential to get into the stone as it is porous and can crack. Use a dull scraper and gently scrape some of the debris off. Be careful not to apply too much pressure because you could crack the stone. To clean the interior of the oven, use a damp cloth and TurboChef oven cleaner. Spray the cleaner onto the cloth and wipe down the surfaces. The inside wave lifts up. Be careful not to apply pressure where the wave element caps. Instead, clean in between and around it. Once you've wiped down all the surfaces, allow the cleaner to penetrate the surfaces for about five minutes. After five minutes, stubborn stains can be taken off with a coarse cleaning pad. Go over all of the surfaces and lift up the wave element again, being careful not to go near the caps. If there's anything on the caps, wipe them off gently with no pressure. After a cleaning, take a second damp towel and wipe down all of the surfaces to ensure that you remove the cleaner and any debris out of the oven. When your oven is clean and dry, use the TurboChef guard and apply it to a damp cloth. The guard will be applied to all the surfaces and will help prevent stains. Once you're done, you can reassemble the unit. Reassemble with your recessed rack configuration. Notice that the wire rack has a bend on one of the sides. The bend needs to be toward the front. Simply slide in in and push it into place. Then, you can take the stone and slide it on top. To reassemble with the rack only configuration, make sure that the rack goes into the oven and that it is on the two tabs in the back. For the raised rack configuration, slide it in and let it rest. Place the stone on the rack and then close the oven door. To replace the bottom panel, there are four tabs. You must align them up and push it back into place. To finish, grab another clean towel and spray some stainless steel polish on it. You can wipe it over the exterior surface and make it shine. It'll look brand new and ready to roll!
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Maintain your Turbochef Tornado with these easy steps! When you're finished, your oven will be clean and look brand new.
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