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I have a pre owned wm-4. No owner's manual. Can the plates be removed for cleaning?

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These instructions are taken from a WM14 waffle maker, maybe they will work for you. It doesn't say anything about removing the plates:

"Wipe Cooking Plates with absorbent paper
towel or a soft cloth. Although the Cooking Plates are coated
with a non-stick coating, some batter or ingredients may still adhere
to the Waffle Maker. To remove, simply pour a little cooking oil onto
the baked-on food. Allow to stand for 5 to 10 minutes. This should
soften the food and make it easy to remove with absorbent paper
towel or a soft cloth. If the preceding measure fails to remove the
food residue, we suggest wiping the Cooking Plates with a slightly
dampened cloth and a little non-abrasive detergent."

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

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