Daily cleaning is a simple process. First, using a non-caustic degreaser, Wipe the outside surfaces with the grain using a clean, soft cloth. Then rinse with clean, warm water. Polish with a stainless steel cleaner. Always wipe with the grain using a soft cloth. The next daily job is to clean the conveyor belt. Brush it with a special wire brush, Lincoln part number 369217. Next, remove the conveyor crumb pans and the take-off shelves if purchased with the oven. Clean with non-caustic degreaser and rinse with clean water. Then, clean loose particles from the bottom of the oven and wash the inside with a mild solution of soapy water. Rinse the inside with clean water, also. Make sure the oven is at least six inches away from walls and combustible materials. Let's review the daily cleaning list: we cleaned and rinsed the exterior. Then, we cleaned the conveyor belt with a wire brush, then the conveyor crumb pans and take-off shelves. We cleaned up loose particles inside the oven and checked the area for combustible materials.

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This video shows you how to clean your 1600 series Lincoln Impinger oven. Learn how to tidy up the exterior and interior of your oven to keep it looking spick-and-span!

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