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Temperature Limiter - Kenmore ELITE 911.44033 Use & Care Manual

36" radiant
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OPERATION
RadiantCooktopCooking
If you don't
know if your
cookware
is
flat on the
bottom,
try this test
Turn your pan
upside
down
on the countertop,
and
place
the edge of a ruler flat against
the surface
of the pan
Rotate the
ruler in a full circle,
CheCking
as you
turn for any space
between
the two
surfaces
The bottom
of the pan and
the edge of the ruler should
fit flush
against
each other all the way
across
Stainless
Steel:
Highly
recommended
for use with your new cooktop.
Especially
good with a clad
bottom
Aluminum:
Heavyweight
aluminum
cookware
recommended.
Cast
Iron:
Cast-iron
cookware
that
is completely
covered
with porcelain
enamel
is recommended.
Cast iron
that is not covered
with porcelain
enamel
may scratch
the glass-ceramic
surface
of the cooktop
1.
Copper
Bottom:
Has good
performance,
but it can leave a residue
on the cooktop
surface
if allowed
to
boil dry.
Glass-Ceramic
or Stoneware:
Usable.
Check
for rough edges
or burrs, which
2.
may scratch
the cooktop
surface.
When the knobs
are turned
on,
coils beneath
the glass radiate
heat
through
the glass to the cooking
utensil
It will take a few moments
for
the coils to heat; as they do, a red
glow can be seen below the surface
of the cooktop
(on all zones
except
the warmer
zone).
Every radiant
surface
unit has a
temperature
limiter.
The temperature
limiter protects
the
glass cooktop
from getting
too hot
The temperature
limiter may cycle
the
units off for a time if:
o The pan boils dry.
• The pan bottom
is not flat,
o The pan is off center
o There
is no pan on the unit
HI
MED
LO
For quick
starts,
such as
bringing
water to a boil
For stow boil and sauteing
For steaming
foods
or keeping
cooked
foods at serving
temperature
Push down
to turn
the knob
Set on or b otwe :
numbers
for
desired
heat.
8
The Unit On Indicator
Light will glow
when any cooking
zone is activated

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