Question about Rival Kitchen Appliances - Others
The temperature control dial - thermostat or heating element, need to be replaced. You need to check both. Since you don't have the power indication light then it might be first the thermostat or a wire attached to it has been burned out and there is not any contact. Replace wires or replace thermostat. If they are ok then check heating element if there is an open in continuity test then replace.
The temperature control dial - thermostat or heating element, need to be replaced. You need to check both.
Since you don't have the power indication light then it might be first the thermostat or a wire attached to it has been burned out and there is not any contact. Replace wires or replace thermostat.
If they are ok then check heating element if there is an open in continuity test then replace.
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1. Rinse your wok in warm soapy water
and remove any food from the inside surface.
2. If you need to clean the wok more
thoroughly you can do it in hot water but don't use any soap or chemicals.
3. Dry the wok with a towel
4. A properly seasoned wok won't give
off any black smudges. If yours does, it may still be dirty or just need to be
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Purchase a cleaning spray. Easy-Off Glass Cleaner, Windex or Drackett Glass Cleaner are all available from local department or grocery stores. You could also use dishwashing soap. Any non-abrasive, bacteria or grease removal product would clean glass cooktops.
Spray the whole cooktop area. Allow the cleaner to sit for about 2 minutes. If you have stuck-on food, spray only that portion of the cooktop. Let the liquid sit for approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
Use hot water. Soak your sponge and wring it out. Wipe down the glass cooktop. Carefully scrub the stuck-on food. Run the sponge over the spot area at least 20 times to remove the food. Wring out the sponge and rub the remaining portion of the glass countertop
Use a terry cloth rag to wipe down the cooktop. This will remove excess water and soap.
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