Practical advice on using the hob
Read the instructions to get the best out of your
Use pans with a similar diameter to the
burner (see the table on this page)
Use flat bottomed pans except with the wok
Do not use excessive water when cooking
foods and use the lid.
Ensure that pans are fully supported by the
pan supports and do not protrude over the
You should never use:
Cast iron pots and pans, steatite stone grills or
terracotta dishes on the hob as this may
damage the pan supports.
Convectors such as metal netting, or others.
The use of two burners simultaneously with
just one container such as a fish kettle.
Positioning the pan supports
To position the pan supports firstly align with burners and then fit into the final position paying attention
to do not scratch metal top with the support.
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Do not rest or drag the pan supports upside down
on the hob as this could scratch it.
Failure to comply with these recommendations
could lead to the glass ceramic hob being
damaged, or broken and the safety of your
appliance being compromised.
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