Product may vary slightly from what is illustrated.
1. Nonstick cooking surface
2. Probe receptacle
† 3. Probe (Part # GR100-01)
† 5. Warming tray (Part # GR100-02)
† 6. Drip tray (Part # GR100-03)
7. Run-off channel
Note: † indicates consumer replaceable/removable parts
1. Temperature settings
2. Signal light
How to Use
This appliance is for household use only.
BEFORE FIRST USE
• Wash griddle, warming tray and drip tray in hot, sudsy water. Rinse and dry
Caution: Probe receptacle must always be completely dry before use.
• Please go to www.prodprotect.com/applica to register your warranty.
• Insert warming tray and drip tray into the rails under the front of the griddle.
. Insert probe into probe receptacle and plug the cord into a standard electrical
. T urn the heat setting to the desired temperature. See Time and
Temperature Chart for suggestions. The signal light will come on to
indicate the unit is heating (A).
. W hen the signal light goes out (in about minutes), the unit is
. Signal light will cycle on and off during cooking as the unit operates to maintain
the desired temperature.
Caution: Because some countertop finishes are more affected by heat than others,
use care not to place griddle on surfaces where heat may cause a problem.
Caution: Griddle surface is hot during use.
Care and Cleaning
This product contains no user serviceable parts. Refer service to qualified
. Unplug, remove probe and allow the unit to COOL completely before cleaning.
. Wipe probe with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly. DO NOT IMMERSE PROBE IN
. For easier cleaning, clear out the run-off channel by directing any remaining fat or
other liquid into the drip tray.
. Remove warming tray and drip tray. Wash the unit and both trays in hot, soapy
water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Warming tray and drip tray are dishwasher-safe.
DO NOT IMMERSE THE UNIT IN WATER UNLESS PROBE HAS BEEN REMOVED.
. Do not use steel wool pads or other abrasive cleaners on the cooking surface as
they may damage the non-stick coating. To remove cooked-on food, use a plastic
bristle brush or nylon mesh pad.
. To avoid damaging the nonstick surface, do not use sharp utensils or cut food on
the cooking surface of the unit. Use silicone,
heat-resistant rubber or wooden utensils.
. To keep foods from sticking, you may want to add oil to the cooking surface before
each use or use a cooking spray.