USING THE COOKTOP
TO CANCEL TIMER
Touch the Minute Timer until the Minute
Timer symbol indicator for the desired
cooking zone blinks, then touch the "+"
or "- " to set the timer to 00. The Minute
Timer display will blink for 5 seconds and
then turn off, indicating that the timer of
selected cooking zone has been cancelled.
RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR
After using any of the cooking zone, the cooking area will
remain hot. Even after turning off the entire unit, the surface of
the cooktop will remain hot for some time. The digital display
Flat-bottomed pots or pans with or made from the following:
• Magnetic stainless steel
• Cast iron
• Enameled iron
Pots or pans with or made of the following CANNOT be used
on your cooktop:
• Non-magnetic stainless steel
• Bottom measuring less than
• 12 cm(4.7 inches)
• Pot with stands
• Heat resistant glass
• Ceramic container
• Check that the bases of your pans are attracted by a magnet
to find out if they are suitable.
for the cooking zone will show an "H" to warn the user that the
surface is hot to touch (Hot surface indicator) after the cooking
zone switch off. You may turn the cooking zone back on even if
the "H" is displayed. Wait until the "H" is no longer displayed
to clean the unit.
Even when an "H" indicator
is off after cooking, some residual heat may
still remain on the surface of the cooktop.
AUTO TURN OFF
After 2 hours of continuous operation, the cooking zone will
automatically turn off.
Optimally the cookware will have this induction
compatibility symbol on the retail box.
Check that the bases of your pans are
attracted by a magnet to find out if they are
NOTE: Some cookware can produce noises when used on
induction cooking zones. This is not a fault in the cooktop, and
its function will not be impaired in any way as a result.