How to remove the glass from a smeg oven

Ovens

Smeg SOP6102TN

Multifunctional oven with pyrolysis, 60 cm, 10 functions, black glass Series: Linea Color: Black glass

Smeg SO6300S2X

Multifunction oven with steam humidification, 60 cm, 6 functions, stainless steel with anti-fingerprint finish, black glass Eclipse Series: Classica Color: Stainless steel

Smeg SO6102TS

Multifunction oven, 60 cm, 10 functions, silver glass Stopsol Series: Linea Colour: Silver Glass Stopsol

Smeg SO6102TN

Multifunctional oven, 60 cm, 10 functions, black glass Linea Series: Linea Colour: Black glass

Smeg SO6302TX

Multifunctional pyrolysis oven, 60 cm, 10 functions, stainless steel Series: Classica Colour: Stainless steel

Smeg SO6100S2S

Multifunction oven with steam, 60 cm, 6 functions, silver glass Stopsol Series: Linea Color: Silver Glass Stopsol

Smeg SO6100S2N

Multifunction oven with steam, 60 cm, 6 functions, black glass Linea Series: Linea Colour: black glass

Smeg SFPR9604TNR

Multifunctional oven with pyrolysis, 90 cm Series: Dolce Stil Novo Color: Black glass

Smeg SOP6302TX

Multifunctional pyrolysis oven, 60 cm, 10 functions, stainless steel Series: Classica Color: Stainless steel

Smeg SOP6301S2X

Multifunction Pyrolysis oven with steam, 60 cm, 11 functions Series: Classica Colour: Stainless steel

Smeg SOP6101S2S

Multifunction oven with pyrolysis and steam, 60 cm, 11 functions, silver glass Stopsol Series: Linea Colour: Silver Glass Stopsol

Smeg SOP6101S2N

Multifunction Pyrolysis oven with steam, 60 cm, 11 functions, black glass Linea Series: Linea Colour: black glass

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Smeg SFP6101TVNO

Multifunction Pyrolysis Oven, 60 cm, 10 function, black glass full black edition. Energy class A Linea Series: Linea Colour: black glass

Smeg SF67C1DPO

Multi-function oven, 60 cm, 9 functions, cream-coloured, brass fittings. Energy Class A. Series: Cortina Colour: Cream

Smeg SF67C1DAO

Multi-function oven, 60 cm, 9 functions, anthracite, brass fittings. Energy class A. Range: Cortina Colour: anthracite

Smeg SF6101TVNO

Multifunction oven, 60 cm, 10 functions, black glass full black edition. Energy Class A Series: Linea Color: Black glass

Smeg SF4101MCNO

Compact oven combined with a microwave, 60 cm, 45 cm high, 11 functions, black glass full black edition. Linea Series Colour: black glass

Smeg SFP9305WSPX

Multifunction Pyrolysis oven with steam function, SmegConnect, 90 cm Series: Classica Colour: Stainless steel

Ovens

A feature of some Smeg ovens is the Pyrolysis cleaning function. Pyrolytic cleaning is an automatic cleaning function which works by heating the inside of the oven to 500°C, so that any dirt stuck to the walls is simply burned off. All pyrolytic ovens use “cold door” technology, which indicates that, during a pyrolytic cleaning cycle, the outer door glass will not get warmer than 55°C. Ovens also have a special safety device that locks the door for the duration of the process. After the program has finished and the oven interior has cooled down, simply wipe off any ash or ash residue with a damp sponge and then wipe it dry with a Smeg microfibre cloth from the PANNO series.

Where do the vapors from the fat burned during the pyrolytic cycle go?

The vapors generated by the fat burned during the pyrolytic cycle are burned by the grill heating element and filtered by the ceramic catalytic converter on top of the oven. When mixed with the cooling air circulated by the fan of the tangential cooling system, the vapors are removed as cold water vapor from the front of the oven (under the control panel).

Can I open the oven door during the pyrolytic cycle?

No. The door remains closed for the duration of the process. You can reopen it at the end of the cycle when the oven temperature has dropped to a safe level.

How often do I need to run a pyrolytic cleaning cycle?

Once a month should be enough for normal household use. However, if you use the oven very often or cook large quantities of fatty foods frequently, you should increase the number of cleaning cycles as needed. You will find more detailed information in the instruction manual

Can I keep the accessories (pots, pans, grills, etc. д.) inside the oven during the pyrolytic cycle?

Before you start the pyrolytic cycle, all internal accessories and optional accessories (pans, grills, pizza stone, telescopic rails, trays, racks, etc.) should be removed from the oven.д.).) must be removed. For more detailed instructions, please refer to the instruction manual supplied with your Smeg oven.

How long is the pyrolytic cleaning cycle?

There are two types of pyrolytic cleaning, depending on the specific oven model. If the internal compartment is relatively clean, you can select ECO pyrolysis.mode that lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes. However, if the cavity is very dirty, we recommend setting a 3-hour cleaning cycle.

Will I burn myself if I touch the oven during the pyrolytic cleaning?

The outside temperature of the glass door of Smeg ovens with pyrolytic cleaning system must not exceed 55°C during the cleaning cycle. This is thanks to a double insulated interior, air tangential cooling system, safety thermostat and four-pane door.

How do I get rid of condensation that builds up between the glass panes of the oven door??

Condensation often forms on the glass of the oven door when cooking food with a lot of water. To overcome this, Smeg ovens heat the condensate from the top element and then drain it, thanks to the special Smeg tangential cooling system. The door is also equipped with a removable internal glass pane that can be removed quickly and easily for simple and effective cleaning. You can find more hints in the oven user manual.

Can I fit an oven underneath the hob??

Of course Smeg ovens can be built underneath cooking tops, since most models have a forced ventilation cooling system. This means your work isn’t at risk and overheating of the appliances won’t occur. Please refer to the user manual supplied with your Smeg product for detailed installation instructions.

Is it normal for the oven fan to keep spinning even after I turn off the appliance?

The oven fan keeps running for around 20 minutes after the appliance has been switched off, to ensure that it cools down faster.

Do Smeg ovens have a rotisserie?

Yes, some Smeg ovens come with a special rotisserie for grilling.

See the product catalog for more information.

Why Smeg ovens have a maximum capacity of 70 liters, when other manufacturers specify 75-76 liters?

Smeg only quotes the net volume of its ovens in accordance with current European regulations. Other companies may state the total volume of their appliances instead. Smeg ovens have a net capacity of 70 liters, equivalent to a total capacity of 79 liters.

What do telescopic rails do?

Telescopic rails. is a practical solution for installing and removing trays in Smeg ovens. Guides ensure a stable, even extraction of the tray, ensuring extra safety when checking or extracting when cooking, as you don’t need to hold the tray with your hands.

Can I keep the telescopic rails during the pyrolytic cleaning cycle?

No. The telescopic rails, as well as the side guides and other parts of the inner chamber and accessories, must be removed from the inner chamber before starting the pyrolytic cleaning cycle.

What’s the best way to clean the pizza stone??

The pizza stone can easily be cleaned with vinegar and a non-abrasive sponge before the final rinse. A little tip to keep your stone as clean as possible. When handling the stone, place baking paper over the products.

Do I need special dishes when using my Smeg pizza stone??

We recommend using a special Smeg spatula to make it easier to put the pizza back in the oven and take it out again.

Why Smeg electric ovens have it all?

Smeg models with digital control offer a whole range of advantages: shorter preheating and cooking times, consistently accurate temperature settings, better insulated interior, 3 or 4 glazed doors (depending on the model) and energy efficiency classes A-20% or A-10%, ensuring better energy efficiency.

Are Smeg electric ovens easy to use?

Yes, Smeg plug-in electric ovens are very simple and easy to use. Electronic or touch screen programmers (depending on the model) are simple and intuitive to set up and operate. For more information on how to use your Smeg oven, please refer to the instructions for use that come with it.

Do I have to preheat my Smeg oven before I start cooking?

When you select and start a cooking program. Smeg ovens start preheating automatically and at the end of it indicate, by a buzzer or flashing thermostat, that it’s time to put food in the oven.

Is it true that ovens give off a strong odour the first time they are used??

Yes, when the appliance first comes out from the factory it will give off a characteristic odour when first switched on. That’s why we recommend that you run the oven at the maximum temperature for around an hour immediately after installation, to allow all the technical grease to burn off, so you can start to use it properly.

How does Smeg’s preset recipe system work??

The Smeg Smart Cooking System. It’s a program with specific preset recipes, making it even easier and quicker to cook your favorite foods. Saved recipes, a list of which can be found in the unit’s instruction manual, include precise settings such as temperature, Cooking Time, etc.д. After you’ve tried a recipe, If you want to change certain settings, such as cooking method, temperature, time, and level (1-2-3-4, Where 1 is the least intense), you can store the new recipe exactly as you like. You can then select it from a list in the future.

What is the ECO function?

The ECO function, common to most Smeg models, is particularly useful if you only need to cook a small amount of food on one level. A small amount of energy is consumed thanks to the combination of the grill, the lower heating element and the fan in the program.

What’s the difference between vented and thermo-vented ovens?

Thermo-vented ovens have an additional, third heating element behind the back, located around the convector. An electric element heats the air circulated by the fan and distributes it evenly throughout the oven.

Fan assisted ovens have a fan in the back and two heating elements, one in the upper part of the compartment and one at the base. It lets you use all the cooking levels at once, without mixing the flavours of different foods. You’ll save time, energy and money too.

How to figure out which cooking method to choose?

If you need help selecting the most suitable cooking program for a particular type of food or recipe, please refer to the instructions for use that come with your Smeg product. It includes all the functions and cooking modes, as well as suggestions for how to set the tray to the right time and level.

Or choose a Smeg oven with SmartCooking, where all you have to do is specify the type of food and its weight, and the appliance takes care of all the cooking.

How the defrosting function works?

The defrost function uses the oven’s convector, which forces room temperature air to circulate throughout the interior, allowing the food to defrost faster.

Ovens

A particular feature of some Smeg ovens is the Pyrolytic Cleaning function. Pyrolytic cleaning is an automatic cleaning function which works by heating the inside of the oven to 500°C, in which case any impurities stuck to the walls simply burn off. All pyrolytic ovens use “cold door” technology which indicates that, during the pyrolytic cleaning cycle, the outer door glass will not get warmer than 55°C. Ovens also have a special safety device that locks the door for the duration of the process. After the program is finished and the oven interior has cooled down, simply wipe off the ash and ash residues with a damp sponge and then wipe dry with a Smeg microfibre cloth from the PANNO series.

Where the fumes from fat burned during pyrolysis go?

The fumes produced by burning fat during the pyrolytic cleaning cycle are burned off by the grill heating element and filtered by the ceramic catalytic converter at the top of the oven. When mixed with the cooling air circulating due to the tangential cooling fan, the vapors are removed as cold water vapor from the front of the oven (under the control panel).

Can I open the oven door during the pyrolytic cycle??

No. The door remains closed for the entire duration of the process. You can open it again at the end of the cycle when the oven temperature has dropped to a safe level.

How often do I need to do a pyrolytic cleaning cycle??

Once a month should be sufficient, with standard, residential use of the appliance. However, if you use the oven very often or cook a lot of fatty foods, you should increase the number of cleaning cycles as needed. You can find more information in the operating instructions

Can I keep the accessories (pots, pans, grills, etc.)? д.) Inside the oven during the pyrolytic cycle?

All internal accessories and optional accessories (pots, grills, pizza stone, telescopic rails, trays, racks, etc) must be removed from the oven before starting the pyrolytic cycle.д.).) must be removed. For more detailed instructions please refer to the instruction manual supplied with your Smeg oven.

How long is the pyrolytic cleaning cycle?

There are two types of pyrolytic cleaning, depending on the specific oven model. If the inner chamber is relatively clean, you can choose ECO pyrolysis.mode that lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes. However, if the cavity is very dirty, we recommend setting a 3-hour cleaning cycle.

Would I burn myself if I touched the oven during the pyrolytic cleaning cycle??

The outside temperature of the door glass of Smeg ovens with a pyrolytic cleaning system must not exceed 55°C during the cleaning cycle. This is thanks to the double insulated interior, the air tangential cooling system, the safety thermostat and the four-glass door.

How can I get rid of condensation that builds up between the panes of the oven door??

Condensation often forms on the oven door glass when you cook food with a lot of water. To overcome this, Smeg ovens heat the condensation on the top element and then remove it, thanks to a special Smeg tangential cooling system. The oven door also has a removable internal glass pane that can be removed quickly and easily for simple and effective cleaning. You can find more advice in the appliance manual.

Can I build an oven under the hob?

Of course Smeg ovens can also be installed underneath cooking areas, since most models have a forced ventilation cooling system. This means that your work is not at risk and overheating of the appliances will not occur. Please refer to the user manual that came with your Smeg product for detailed installation instructions.

Cleaning and maintaining your Smeg oven

It’s okay for the oven fan to keep spinning, even after I’ve turned the appliance off?

The oven cooling fan keeps on spinning for around 20 minutes after the appliance has been switched off, to ensure that the appliance cools down faster.

Do Smeg ovens have a rotating fan?

Yes, some Smeg ovens come with a special rotisserie for grilling.

See the product catalog for more information.

Why do Smeg ovens have a maximum capacity of 70 liters, whereas other manufacturers specify 75-76 liters?

Smeg only indicates the usable capacity of its ovens, in accordance with current eurozone regulations. Other companies may instead prescribe the total volume of their appliances. Smeg ovens have a net capacity of 70 liters, equivalent to a total capacity of 79 liters.

What are the telescopic rails for?

Telescopic rails. A practical solution for inserting and removing pizza pans in Smeg ovens. The rails provide a stable, even extraction of the tray, ensuring extra safety when checking or removing when cooking, since you don’t have to hold the tray with your hands.

Can I keep the telescopic rails during the pyrolytic cleaning cycle?

No. The telescopic rails, as well as the side guides and other parts of the interior and accessories, must be removed from the interior before starting the pyrolytic cycle.

The best way to clean a pizza stone?

The pizza stone can easily be cleaned with vinegar and a non-abrasive sponge before final rinsing. A little tip to keep your stone as clean as possible. Place baking paper on the stone when you use it.

Do I need to use special ovenware with my Smeg pizza stone??

We recommend using a special Smeg spatula, to make it easier for you to put the pizzas in and take them out again.

What’s the advantage of Smeg electric ovens?

Smeg models with digitally controlled electronic control offer a whole range of advantages: shorter preheating and cooking times, consistently accurate temperature settings, better insulated interior, 3 or 4 glazed doors (depending on the model) and energy efficiency classes A-20% or A-10% for guaranteed energy savings.

Are Smeg electric ovens easy to use?

Yes, Smeg plug-in electric ovens are very simple and straightforward to use. Electronic or touch screen programmers (depending on the model) are very simple and intuitive to set up and use. For more information on how to use your Smeg oven, please refer to the supplied instructions for use.

Do I have to preheat my Smeg electric oven before cooking??

When you select and start a cooking program. Smeg electric ovens automatically start preheating and when they have finished they give an audible signal or indicate, with a flashing thermostat, that it’s time to put the food in the oven.

Is it true that ovens give off a strong odour the first time they are switched on??

Yes, when the appliance arrives from the factory, it will emit a specific smell the first time it is turned on. We therefore recommend that you run the oven at the maximum temperature for about 1 hour immediately after installation to allow all the technical grease to burn off so that you can begin to use the appliance properly.

How does Smeg’s preset recipe system work??

Smeg Smart Cooking System. It’s a program with specific pre-set recipes, making it even simpler and quicker to cook your favourite dishes. Saved recipes, a list of which can be found in the appliance manual, include precise settings such as temperature, cooking time, etc.д. Once you’ve tried out a recipe, if you want to change certain settings, such as cooking method, temperature, time and level (1-2-3-4, where 1 is the least intense), you can store the new recipe exactly how you like. You can then select it from a list in the future.

What is the ECO function?

The ECO function, common to most Smeg models, is particularly useful if you only need to cook a small amount of food on one level. The combination of the grill, the circulaire heating element and air conduction system consumes very little energy.

What’s the difference between vented and thermo-vented ovens?

Warming ovens have an extra, third heating element behind the back, placed around the convector. The electric element heats the air circulated by the fan and distributes it evenly throughout the oven.

Ventilated ovens have just a fan in the back and two heating elements: one in the top and one at the base. This allows you to use all the cooking levels at once, without mixing the flavors of different foods. You’ll save time, energy and money too.

How to choose the right cooking method?

If you need help finding the most suitable cooking programme for a particular food or recipe, please refer to the instructions for use that came with your Smeg product. It contains all the functions and cooking modes, as well as recommendations on the time and the correct setting level of the tray.

You can also choose Smeg ovens with the system SmartCooking, in which you only need to specify the type of product and its weight, and all the trouble of cooking the device will take care of.

How the defrosting function works?

The defrost function uses the oven convector, which forces air at room temperature to circulate throughout the inner chamber, allowing the food to defrost faster.

Glass replacement in the oven

People often find that the old glass in their oven or hob is cracked or broken. There are two ways out of this situation. do the repair yourself or call a professional company. If the user goes the first way, then there is a chance that the procedure will be done poorly. But when the customer turns to our firm, he gets quality and fast services.

All modern electric and gas ovens feature high-quality double-glazed windows, with 2 or 3 panes of glass. Components are characterized by heat resistance and strength due to pre-tempering. They can withstand high operating temperatures (400°C and above).

Continued intensive use may cause the glass to lose its strength, crack, or shatter. Due to mechanical damage, as well as due to the fault of the user, chipping of glass from blows (e.g. accidentally dropped knife, sharp object) occurs. rapid temperature changes may also cause the glass to crack. A few drops of cold water on hot glass are enough.

Manufacturing defects can be the cause of damage to the insulating glass unit:

  • Cracks resulting from transportation;
  • irregularities in the hardening technology;
  • Stresses on the component (e.g., twisting during installation).

Flaking of the glass from the glass seating can also be the cause of its wear.

  • Place the door with the handle down on a smooth and soft surface.
  • Note the bolts in the door.
  • Now the glass part is free.
  • You can begin to clean the glass.
  • After cleaning, place the glass back where it was.
  • Fasten all the fasteners.
  • Putting it back on the oven.
  • Remove the internal glass pane by gently pulling up on the rear part of the pane, following the direction of the arrows (1).
  • Next, pull the glass upward toward the front (2).
  • Clean the glass with kitchen absorbent paper.
  • Reinstall the glass in its original place in reverse order.

Fine work, or how to clean between the panes of glass in the oven

During use, grease, detergent residue, dust, and other contaminants settle on the walls of the oven, forming stubborn stains.

And if cleaning the inner walls can be facilitated by steam, cleaning between the glass of the door is a task of increased difficulty.

The method of treatment of the interglazing space is chosen depending on the design of the oven, the degree of contamination and other factors.

On how to clean between the glass in the door of the oven, we will tell further.

Smeg SF106 electric oven. See

I bought this Smeg oven when I was redecorating my kitchen. There was a good discount when buying several items of home appliances of this brand at once. So I have a refrigerator, oven and cooktop. All Smeg. It has been 3 years since the repair, all the functions of the oven are fully appreciated, you can take on the review.

The oven has a minimalist design in steel gray shades. The surface is mirrored, in the photo you can clearly see all the crap on my table, reflected in the door)). This adds to the problems of cleaning, because on such a surface is very well visible any dirt, and a small child, as if by chance, always leaves his fingerprints. By the way, the door is not heated while cooking, I am not afraid that the child will get burned. The door handle has right angles, several times I bruised myself on them.

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Cleaning the oven is a bit of a problem. All this is long and time consuming. All the iron grills on the walls are removable, even the lid behind which the fan is hidden, can be unscrewed and washed. The two glass panes of the door have a gap between them. And there’s a gap where dirt can get in. And removing the door and taking out the inner glass is difficult. I tried it once, I don’t want to do it again. In short, it takes about two hours to clean the oven. The oven has a steam cleaning function, but it’s not very useful.

Oven is not very big but enough for my small family. If you regularly bake pies for 20 people, you should look for something bigger. It only comes with one rack and one tray.

A wide range of cooking modes. At first I played around and tried everything, but over time it came down to just using one mode. eco. On the panel 2 knobs regulator, in my opinion, control them confusing, I still poke in the wrong place, several times I have to readjust the desired program. I will not part with the user manual.

There is a timer for cooking (bad that it does not turn off the oven, but only beeps), an on timer, child protection (although, with such complicated controls, even I have trouble turning on the oven). You can manually set the backlight time. In general, there are a lot of possibilities, but it’s all very confusing and complicated for me.

Cooks not bad. No bottom or top or one side burns all the time, the heat is evenly distributed. No claims here. When the oven has finished cooking, the fan automatically turns on and the oven cools down quickly.

Perhaps if I knew about all these nuances, I would have chosen a different oven.

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