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Vitantonio waffle maker

The top of the waffle doesn't cook as even as the bottom does and I want to remove the grids for cleaning.

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    waffles get brown on bottom while raw on top

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It sounds as if the iron isn't cooking at a high enough temperature. I'd try turning the iron to the highest setting, first (the thermostat may not be giving a correct reading, keeping the temp too low), before considering getting a new iron. The good news, though, is that a new waffle will only set you back about $20

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Hi, 
to clean the waffler just use soap and wash the surface.
I dont think there is an easy way to remove the grids since they are placed on each plate tightly when they are made.

I also have a waffle that dosent cook evenly.

Next time you cook on it, make sure that the lid is closing completely. If it isnt,you will have tofind a way to make the lid close completely. ex. twisting some cables/screws that might me bend.

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Have you open your waffle? if you already open it, check if theres a cut to the wires of you your waffle or check if there is a lost tread on something. thanks!

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