The oven is the star of the kitchen. It’s one of the most important appliances we ever buy, and we need to make sure we’re happy with both how it cooks, and how it looks. At Caple, we want to make this decision easy for you, by presenting you with a choice of three stylish and innovative built in oven collections: Sense Premium, Sense, and Classic. Each integrated oven brings something special to your kitchen, with the latest cooking technologies and cutting-edge designs.
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Ensure the oven is cool when removing and inserting telescopic runners.
To install, align the 2 holes in the catalytic liners with the 2 steel clips in the side of the oven cavity. Once aligned, attach side racks by pushing these onto the furthest steel clip and then clicking the other end onto the closest steel clip.
This will ensure the catalytic liners to the side of the oven. To remove, unclip the side racks from the side of the oven, and remove the catalytic liners.
Condensation is a natural by-product of cooking due to the water content found in all food types.
As the oven temperature increases, the water inside the food evaporates, turning into steam. The process continues until the air inside the cavity reaches what is known as saturation point, or until a cooler surface becomes available (such as the lower part of the oven door) where the steam returns to liquid in the form of condensation. Although measures to combat this process and draw out additional moisture are put in place during the manufacturing of your appliance, the improved energy efficiency and insulation found in modern ovens means there is less place for moisture to escape and it therefore remains in the cavity.
There will always be some condensation present both during cooking and after your oven has cooled down. It is normal for condensation to appear on the door of the oven and for it to drip on the floor when the door is opened. We would recommend that once the oven has cooled, you use a dry cloth to wipe away any residual moisture.
Please Note: Foods that are frozen or contain a higher water content, like chicken, will produce a higher level of condensation.
To reduce the effects of condensation:
Don’t place baking trays on the oven floor
Before you start to cook, always check that any oven trays have been removed from the bottom of the oven.
Place cookware and trays on the wire shelves, never on the bottom of the oven as excessive heat will build up between the tray and the oven floor which may lead to the enamel peeling and cracking.
Don’t line the oven with kitchen foil
Please don’t line the oven with silver foil, this will focus heat and create hot spots which may cause the enamel lining of the oven cavity to crack of blister