Your surface units and controls are designedt0:g!ve
an infinite choice of heat settings for surface unit cooking.
At both OFFand HI the control "clickS" into 'Position.
When cooking in a quiet kitchen _y0u may hear siight _i''_
indication that tl_e _ieat'settings you
selected are being maintained,
Switching heats to higher settings_always results:in ....
aquicker change than switching to,lower Settings.
l.Gras p the controlkno b and
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2. Turn the knob in either
direction to the desired
The control must be pushed in to set only from the
OFF position. When the control is in any position
other than OFF, it may be rotated without pushing in.
When boiling water, for more efficient use, turn the knob
to H! to bring it to a boil faster. After the water has come
to a boil, reduce the knob setting to medium-high. The
heat will still be great enough to maintain a boil, but you
will be using less energy.
Be sure you turn the control knob to OFF when you
An indicator light will glow when any surface unit is on.
USING _ '
HI--Quick start for cooking; bring water to boil.
halfway between HI and MED)
Maintains a fast boil on large amounts of food.
and brown; keeps food at medium boil or
halfway between MED and LO)
Cook after starting at HI; cooks with itt e water n a
rice, cereal; maintains servingtemperature
of foods. Slow cooking and simmering. At LO settings,
melt chocolate and butteron
a small surface unit.
NOTE: At HI or Medium High, never leave food
unattended. Boilovers cause smoking; greasy spillovers
may catch fire.