Question about Westinghouse Kitchen Appliances - Others
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is a non-stick surface brushing cold water on with a pastry brush while it is still ver hot and immediately after removing the food will clean the surface easily. As for the outside, if it is a painted surface a non- abrasive cloth with warm water could possible clean it. I would not recommend pulling it apart.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
The other night my wife had the same issue. My thought had always been to wipe it down using a wet cloth with simply hot water and rely on the extreme heat of using it to sterilize it. My wife decided instead to disassemble it. The problem is that it is not made to disassemble and she bent some parts and broke others and stripped out screw heads. It is clean now, but can not be reassembled without extracting stripped screws and replacing some parts. My advice to you is - don't try to disassemble it. The factory went to great lengths to ensure that you don't. Instead use a soft cloth dampened (not dripping wet) with the hottest water you can.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
When making a waffle have your batter made plug in your maker and get it started heating if there is a light it will go off whenit is hot enough if not wait aprox 2-3 minutes at the most 5 then spay or brush the inside of the plates with a nonstick cooking spray or brush with butter then pour your batter in the center of the bottom plate and close the lid it should start steaming right away watch the steam it is a never fail indicater of how done your waffle is the less steam the more done your waffle is, there is a lot of trial and error with waffle makers, you should spay or brush between each waffle or they will stick. Let me know how it all cooks out. goofballlovers
Posted on May 21, 2009
There is a site that posts PDF files of manuals for all manner of things..manualsonline.com.
Here's the link for the Salton Waffle maker, they have several versions:
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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