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Self-cleaning ovens (pyrolytic ovens) use temperatures of up to 480°C to heat up and loosen residue until it carbonises and turns to ash. During the self-cleaning process – which cleans the whole oven – it is normal for your oven to give off a burnt smell of barbecue, especially if there are thick layers of grime. Once the oven is safe to open, all you need to do is wipe it down with a damp cloth.
Most Electrolux convection ovens feature self-cleaning functions. Both the Electrolux EOC5400AOX 72L Built-in oven with Pyrolytic Cleaning and the Electrolux EOB3434BOX 72L Built-in Oven have Aqua Clean.
First, remove the access panel or drawer below the oven door. Then attach a moist glass cleaning wipe to a wire hanger. Slide the wire in from the bottom of the oven door and move the glass cleaning wipe back and forth and side to side between the glass panes. You may also bend the wire hanger to clean hard-to-reach corners. Once you are done, replace the access panel or drawer below the oven door.
The main difference between a convection oven and a microwave oven is how heat is generated and circulated. Convection ovens use fans to circulate heated air inside the oven. This heats up the whole interior of the oven, ensuring that your food cooks evenly, regardless of which rack it is placed on. As most of our ovens such as the EOC5400AOX 72L Built-in convection oven use the Electrolux UltraFan Plus technology, you can be sure that heat is distributed evenly throughout the oven to give you properly cooked meals.
A microwave oven uses electromagnetic waves that interact directly with your food while the inside of the microwave oven is kept cool. The energy in the microwaves is converted into heat, which is used to warm or cook your food. The Electrolux EMS2540X 25L Built-in Microwave Oven features various pre-installed auto cook programs to ensure that you use the most suitable settings for your dish. It also has a Multi-section cooking function, so you can set two cooking programs back to back, especially for those complex dishes.