Turn off all controls when done cooking.
Failure to do so can result in death or fire.
The cooktop touch controls offer a variety of heat settings for
optimal cooking results. For normal surface cooking element
operation, the cooktop touch controls can be set anywhere
between SIMMER and HIGH.
When melting foods such as chocolate or butter, or when
proofing bread, the right front and left front surface cooking areas
can be set to MELT for minimal element operation.
For maximum element operation, all cooktop touch controls can
be set to HIGH when bringing liquids to a fast and rapid boil.
Touch the "down" arrow to immediately reach the HIGH setting.
NOTE: Where 240 V installation is not available, this cooktop will
adjust to 208 V operation.
1. Touch ON/OFF
2. Touch the "up" or "down" arrow to increase or decrease
3. To choose a power level between HIGH and SIMMER, touch
and hold either arrow until the desired level has been
4. When finished cooking, touch ON/OFF to turn surface
cooking area(s) off individually, or touch ALL OFF to turn all
elements off at the same time.
Use the following chart as a guide when setting heat levels.
Start food cooking.
Bring liquid to a boil.
Hold a rapid boil.
Quickly brown or sear food.
Maintain a slow boil.
Fry or saute foods.
Cook soups, sauces and
Stew or steam food.
Provide lowest simmer/heat
Melt chocolate or butter.
Keep cooked foods warm.
When cooktop is in use, the entire cooktop
area may become hot.
The Hot Surface Indicator Lights are located next to each of the
cooktop touch controls. See the "Parts and Features" section.
The Hot Surface Indicator Lights will glow as long as any surface
cooking area is too hot to touch, even after the surface cooking
area(s) is turned off.
A. Hot surface indicator
If the cooktop is on when a power failure occurs, and if the power
failure is less than 1 hour, the Hot Surface Indicator Lights will
remain on after power is restored to the cooktop. They will remain
on until the cooktop has cooled completely.