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Control Panel; Automatic Shut-Off - Philips HD4916/00 User Manual

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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit
from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.
com/welcome.
The induction cooker works on the basis of an electromagnet that creates
a powerful, high-frequency electromagnetic field. When cookware consisting
of magnetic material (e.g. iron) is placed on the induction cooker, the
electromagnetic field transfers energy to the bottom of the cookware,
which causes the cookware and the food inside it to become hot. The
amount of heat generated in the cookware is controlled by varying the
strength of the electromagnetic field. When the strength of the
electromagnetic field is changed, the temperature of the cookware changes
instantly.
Advantages of the induction cooker:
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Safe: the induction cooker does not make use of an open flame or fire.
It also has a number of safety features, which allow you to enjoy cooking
with your family whenever you want.
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Fast: in induction cooking, the cookware serves as the heat source. This
results in much faster and more even heat transfer, shortening the
cooking time by more than 1/3 compared to conventional cooking.
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Versatile: the induction cooker has 2 preset cooking modes, each with
its own optimal heating pattern. These modes allow you to prepare a
great variety of nutritious meals.
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Very user friendly: the simple and interactive control panel and display
allow you to easily adjust the settings at the touch of a button.
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Comfortable: the induction cooking process is smoke-free and produces
less grease. Moreover, the cooker and the surrounding area stay cool.
This allows you to cook in a cool and comfortable environment.
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Portable: the induction cooker has a compact design and the cooking
plate stays cool. This means the appliance is always safe to use and
allows you to cook anywhere in your home.
General description (Fig. 1)
A Crystalite cooking plate
B Cooking zone
C Body
D Control panel
E Mains cord
F Air inlet
G Air outlet

Control panel

1 Display for cooking time and power level
2 Cooking mode buttons with lights for hot pot and stir-fry modes
3 Cooking time button with cooking time light
4 Start button with start light
5 Power on/off button with power-on light
6 +/- buttons for setting cooking time and power level
7 Power-level indicator light
Important
Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for
future reference.
Danger
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Never immerse the appliance in water or rinse it under the tap.
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Do not cover any part of the cooking plate with aluminium foil to
prevent the risk of electric shock, short circuiting or fire.
Warning
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Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local
mains voltage before you connect the appliance.
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The temperature of accessible surfaces may be high when the appliance
operates.
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Only connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket. Always make
sure the plug is inserted firmly into the socket.
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Do not use the appliance if the plug, the mains cord or the appliance
itself is damaged.
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If the mains cord is damaged, you must have it replaced by Philips, a
service centre authorised by Philips or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
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If the surface of the cooking plate is cracked, switch off the appliance
and do not use it anymore to prevent the risk of electric shock.
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This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
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Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
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Keep the mains cord out of the reach of children. Do not let the mains
cord hang over the edge of the table or worktop on which the
appliance stands.
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Make sure the cooking plate is clean and dry before you switch on the
appliance.
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Do not cover the air outlet while the induction cooker is operating.
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Do not plug in the appliance or operate the control panel with wet
hands.
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Do not touch the cooking plate after cooking, as it retains heat from the
cookware.
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Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be
placed on the cooking plate since they can get hot.
Caution
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Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that
Philips does not specifically recommend. If you use such accessories or
parts, your guarantee becomes invalid.
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Do not expose the induction cooker to high temperatures, hot gas,
steam or damp heat. Do not place the induction cooker on or near an
operating or still hot stove or cooker.
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Always switch off the appliance before you unplug it.
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Always unplug the appliance and let it cool down before you clean it.
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This appliance is intended for indoor household use only. If the
appliance is used improperly or for professional or semi-professional
purposes or if it is not used according to the instructions in the user
manual, the guarantee becomes invalid and Philips will not accept liability
for any damage caused.
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Place the induction cooker on a stable, horizontal and level surface and
make sure there is at least 10cm free space around it to prevent
overheating.
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Do not operate the appliance on a plastic tablecloth.
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Do not place anything between the cookware and the cooking plate.
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The maximum weight that can be put on the induction cooker is 7kg.
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Beware of hot steam that comes out of the cookware during cooking
or when you remove the lid.
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Do not lift and move the induction cooker while it is operating.
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Never put empty cookware on the switched-on induction cooker, as
this could cause the cookware to become distorted or the heating coil
to become damaged.
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Do not store flammable materials and liquids near or on the induction
cooker.
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Avoid hard contact between the cookware or other objects and the
crystalite cooking plate.
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Always place the cookware on the cooking zone during cooking.
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Never connect this appliance to an external timer switch or remote
control system in order to avoid a hazardous situation.
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Do not use cookware with a bottom diameter of more than 16cm to
deep-fry food, as this causes the appliance to malfunction.

Automatic shut-off

The appliance is equipped with automatic shut-off. It switches off
automatically in two situations:
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In the hot pot mode and manual mode, the appliance switches off
automatically if you do not press any button for 60 minutes.
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If there is no cookware or unsuitable cookware on the cooking place
when you press the start button or if you remove cookware from the
cooking plate during cooking, the cooker beeps continuously, the display
shows '----'. The cooker automatically switches off after 1 minute unless
you put the cookware back onto the cooking plate within this minute.
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic
fields (EMF). If handled properly and according to the instructions in this
user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientific evidence
available today.
Before first use
Remove all packaging material from the induction cooker.
Preparing for use
Place the appliance on a dry, stable and level surface.
1
Make sure there is at least 10cm free space around the appliance to
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prevent overheating.
Always place the cookware on the cooking zone during cooking.
3
Make sure you use cookware of the correct type and size (see the
4
tables below).

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