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There are ten cooking modes: Congee (
Stew (
1
Your induction cooker
(
1 Follow the steps in "Preparing for use".
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully
2 Press the On/Off button (
benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product
3 Press the cooking buttons or the Menu button to choose the
at www.philips.com/welcome.
2
What's in the box
4 When the cooking is finished, press the On/Off button (
Induction cooker main unit
Warranty card
5 Unplug the induction cooker after the fan stops working.
Important information leaflet
User manual
Overview
Cooking plate
Control panel
a
d
Cooking zone
Air outlets
b
e
Air inlet
Power cord
c
f
Controls overview
Default cooking time and temperature
Refer to below table for the default cooking time and temperature
Congee button
On/Off button
g
q
of different cooking modes.
Saute button
Hot Pot button
h
r
Steam/Stew button
Water button
i
s
Roast button
Increase button
j
t
Soup button
Preset/Timer button
k
u
Milk button
Decrease button
l
v
Preset indicator
Fry button
m
w
Display screen
Slow Cook button
n
x
Timer indicator
Menu button
o
y
Cooking power and
p
temperature
4
Before first use
Remove all packaging materials from the induction cooker.
Preparing for use
1 Place the appliance on a dry, stable and level surface.
2 Make sure there is at least 10cm free space around the appliance to
prevent overheating.
3 Always place the cookware on the cooking zone during cooking.
4 Make sure you use cookware of the correct types and sizes (see the
Using the timer
table below).
You can use the Preset/Timer button to decide how much time
you want the appliance to work at different cooking modes (not
Recommended types and sizes of cookware
applicable in Water (
Material
Cookware with a bottom made of iron or magnetic
1 Follow the steps in "Preparing for use".
stainless steel
2 Press the On/Off (
Shape
Cookware with a flat bottom
3 Choose the desired cooking mode.
4 Press the Preset/Timer button (
Size
Cookware with a bottom diameter of 12-23cm,
depending on the cooking mode
5 Press the Increase (
Using the induction cooker
6 When the time has elapsed, the induction cooker turns off
), Saute (
), Steam/
), Roast (
), Soup (
), Milk (
), Slow Cook (
), Fry
), Water (
) and Hot Pot (
).
), the On/Off indicator lights up.
desired cooking mode. The corresponding indicator lights up and the
induction cooker starts working in the selected mode.
) to
switch off the appliance.
Preset time for delayed cooking
You can use the Preset/Timer button (
which you want the appliance to start cooking. The preset timer is
Note
available up to 24 hours.
1 Follow the steps in "Preparing to use".
During cooking, you can change the power level by pressing the
2 Press the On/Off button (
Increase (
) or Decrease (
) button.
3 Choose the desired cooking mode.
In Water (
), Soup (
), Steam/Stew (
), Congee (
) and Milk
(
) modes, the cooking power automatically changes for better
4 Press the Preset/Timer button (
cooking result.
5 Press the Increase (
6 When the preset time has elapsed, you will hear a few beeps and the
Cooking mode
Default cooking time
Default cooking
(Minutes)
temperature
Congee (
)
180
100°C
Saute (
)
120
200 (±20)°C
Steam/Stew (
)
60
100°C
Roast (
)
120
200 (±20)°C
Soup (
)
180
100°C
6
Milk (
)
20
60 (±20)°C
Slow Cook (
)
360
85-100°C
1 Unplug the appliance after the fan stops working and let it cool
Fry (
)
120
200 (±20)°C
2 Clean the appliance with a damp cloth and, if necessary, with some
Water (
)
20
100°C
Hot Pot (
)
120
100°C
7
Note
Do not throw away the product with the normal ousehold waste
at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for
Depending on the cookware being used or the ingredients in the
recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the environment.
cookware, the actual cooking temperature may be different.
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If you need service or information or if you have a problem,
please visit the Philips website at www.philips.com or contact the
Philips Consumer Care Centre in your country (you will find its
) and Milk (
) modes).
phone number in the worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no
Consumer Care Centre in your country, go to your local Philips
dealer.
) button, the On/Off (
) indicator lights up.
) once or more times until the
timer indicator lights up.
) or Decrease (
) button to adjust the time.
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automatically.
If your induction cooker does not function properly or if the
Note
cooking quality is insufficient, consult the table below. If you are
unable to solve the problem, contact a Philips service centre or the
After you have selected the cooking time, wait for a few seconds
Consumer Care Centre in your country.
before the induction cooker automatically confirms it.
After the timer is set, you can press the Preset/Timer button (
)
Problem
again to cancel the timer.
The On/Off button
(
respond.
) to set the time at
The appliance beeps
continuously and
then stops working.
), the On/Off indicator lights up.
) once or more times until the
preset indicator lights up.
) or the Decrease (
) button to choose the
desired preset time.
The cookware
does not heat up
induction cooker starts working automatically.
to the required
temperature.
Note
The appliance stops
The preset timer is available in the following cooking modes:
Congee
working suddenly.
(
), Steam/Stew (
), Soup (
), Milk (
), Slow Cook (
)
and Water (
).
After you have selected the preset time, wait for a few seconds before
The cooking
the induction cooker automatically confirms it.
temperature of the
When the induction cooker is at preset mode, you can press the
preset modes are
Preset/Timer button (
) again to cancel the preset time.
too high or too low.
When I press one
of the cooking
Cleaning
mode buttons, the
light of the selected
mode does not go
down.
on.
mild cleaning agent.
The cooking
temperature
Recycling
automatically
changes in some
preset modes.
Error code E1, E2,
E3, E4, or E7 is
displayed on the
Guarantee and service
screen.
Error code E5 or E6
is displayed on the
screen.
Troubleshooting
Solution
There is a connection problem. Check if
) does not
the induction cooker is connected to the
mains and if the plug is inserted firmly into
the wall socket
You may have put unsuitable cookware
on the cooking plate or you may have
removed the cookware from the
cooking plate during cooking. Make sure
the cookware is made of steel, iron or
aluminum with stainless steel cladding base
and has a base diameter larger than 12cm.
You may have placed the cookware outside
of the cooking zone.
The bottom of the cookware may not be
flat. Use cookware with a flat bottom. If
the problem still exists, take the appliance
to your Philips dealer or a service center
authorised by Philips.
The temperature of the cookware might
be too high. Let the cookware cool down
for a while.
During cooking, you can change the power
level by pressing the Increase (
) or
Decrease (
) button.
The light is defective. Take the appliance
to your Philips dealer or a service centre
authorised by Philips.
In Water (
), Soup (
), Steam/Stew
(
), Congee (
) and Milk (
) modes,
the cooking temperature automatically
changes for better cooking result.
The induction cooker has malfunction. Take
the appliance to your Philips dealer or a
service center authorised by Philips.
The voltage is either too high or too
low. Check if the voltage in your home is
suitable for the induction cooker.

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