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Recommended types and sizes of cookware
Suitable cookware for the
induction cooker
Material
Shape
Size
Weight
Cookware NOT suitable for
the induction cooker
Material
Cookware with a bottom made of non-iron
metal, crystalite, glass, aluminium and copper
Shape
Cookware with a concave or convex bottom
Size
Cookware with a bottom diameter of less
than 11cm
Weight
Cookware with a weight over 7kg (including
contents)
Tip: When you cook in the manual mode or hot pot mode, you can
use cookware with a bottom diameter of 12-20cm.
Tip: To deep-fry food, we advise you to use cookware with a bottom diameter of
12-16cm.
Using the appliance
Only use cookware that is suitable for induction cooking (see chapter
'Preparing for use').
Note: Always place and use the appliance on a dry, stable and level surface.
The tables below shows the default settings in the different cooking modes
and to what extent these default settings can be adjusted.
Default and adjustable settings
Mode
Default
Default
Adjustable
power
cooking
power
level
time
level
Manual 4
5
1-7
Hot
7
-
1-7
pot
Stir fry
6
30
1-7
Note: If you want to boil water quickly, simply set to manual mode and set the
power level to 7. The suggested boiling time for 1 litre is 3-5 minutes, for 2 litres
6-10 minutes and for 3 litres 9-14 minutes.
Power level settings
Low
Power
1
2
level
Related
400
800
wattage
(W)
Using the different modes
You can simply operate the appliance manually or you can choose one of
the two preset cooking modes.
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Cookware with a bottom made of iron or
magnetic stainless steel
Cookware with a flat bottom
Cookware with a bottom diameter of 12-
20cm, depending on the cooking mode
(see tips below)
Cookware with a weight of up to 7kg
(including contents)
Adjustable
Display indications
cooking
time
5-180
Power level
Remaining cooking
time (if cooking
time is set)
-
Power level
5-60
Power level
Remaining cooking
time (if you press
cooking time
button)
Mid
3
4
5
6
1200
1400
1600
1800
Put the mains plug in the wall socket and press the Power on/off
1
button to switch on the appliance. (Fig. 2)
The appliance produces a 2-second beep and the power-on light goes
,
on.
The display shows the default power level (4) (Fig. 3).
,
Place the cookware on the cooking zone.
2
Press the start button to operate the appliance manually or press the
3
button of the preset mode you want to use (Fig. 4).
The indicator light above the preset mode button goes on.
,
If you select one of the preset modes, the appliance is set to the
,
default settings for manual operation (5 minutes cooking time and a
power level of 4) or to the default settings of the selected preset
mode.
Note: Before you press the start button to confirm the selected mode, you can
still switch to another mode. If you want to switch to a different mode after you
have pressed the start button, you have to switch off the appliance by pressing
the power on/off button. Then press the power on/off button again to switch the
appliance back on and select the desired mode.
If you want to start cooking at the default setting of the selected
4
preset mode, continue with step 7.
See the default settings and cooking time table above for the default settings
in the different cooking modes.
If you want to adjust the power level, press the + and -
5
buttons. (Fig. 5)
The power level indicator light goes on.
,
Note: You can also adjust the power level during cooking.
If you want to adjust the cooking time, press the cooking time button
6
and then adjust the time with the + and - buttons (Fig. 6).
The cooking time light goes on.
,
Note: When you press the + and - buttons briefly, the time increases or
decreases by 1 minute. When you press the buttons longer, the time increases
or decreases by 5 minutes.
Note: You can also adjust the cooking time during cooking.
Note: You cannot adjust the cooking time in hot pot mode.
Press the start button (Fig. 7).
7
The start light goes on.
,
The induction cooker automatically starts operating according to the
,
selected mode.
Note: If you have not adjusted the cooking time or power level, the induction
cooker starts operating at the default settings of the manual mode or preset
mode.
During cooking, the fan switches on to keep the appliance cool. When
,
you switch off the appliance, the fan remains on for approx. 1 minute
and then switches off automatically.
If you have adjusted the power level, the display shows the set power
,
level.
If you have adjusted the cooking time in manual mode, the display
,
shows the remaining cooking time.
During cooking in hot pot mode, the display only shows the power
,
level. You cannot adjust the cooking time in this mode.
If you have adjusted the cooking time in stir-fry mode, the display still
,
shows the power level. To view the remaining cooking time, press the
cooking time button
When the cooking time has elapsed, the appliance beeps a few times.
,
The appliance automatically switches off and the power-on light goes
out.
Unplug the appliance after use.
8
Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning
High
Never immerse the appliance in water nor rinse it under the tap.
7
Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids
such as petrol or acetone to clean the appliance.
2000
Do not put vinegar on the crystalite cooking plate.
Unplug the appliance and let it cool down.
1
Clean the appliance with a damp cloth and if necessary, with some
2
mild cleaning agent.

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