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Element; Surface Elements - GE JP340 Owner's Manual

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SAFETY P RECAUTIONS
Do not touch surface elements.
These
surfaces may be hot enough
to bum even
though
they are dark in color
During
and
after use, do not touch, or let clofl_ing or
od_er flammable
materials
contact
the
surf_ace elements
or areas nearby the
surface elements;
allow sufficient
time
for cooling first.
Potentially
hot surfaces
include
the
cooktop
and areas lacing file cooktop.
To minimize
the possibili U of
bnrlls,
ignition
of flammable
materials
and
spillage, the handle
of a container
should be turned
toward the cenmr
of flae cooktop
without
exmnding
oxer
any nearby
snifitce elements.
Always tm_ fl_e surlaace element
control
to
off before removing
tile cookware.
Use proper
pan size--select
cookware
having fiat bottoms
larg> enough
m cox>r
the smt_ace element
heating
element.
Tile
use of undersized
cookware
will expose
a
portion
of tim surt_ace element
to direct
contact
and m W result in ignition
of
clothing.
Proper
relationship
of cookwaie
to
sniiCace
element
will also improx>
efficienc>
Never leaxe surface elements
unattended
at
high heat settings. Boiloxers cause smoking
and greasy spilloxers that may catch on fire.
Only certain
types of glass, glass/ceramic,
earthenware
or other glazed containers
are
suitable for cooktop
cooking;
ofl_ers m W
break because
of the sudden
change
in
temperature.
Kee I) an eye on foods being fried at high
or mediun>high
heat settings.
Foods for fiTing should be as dry as
possible. Frost on fiozen
foods or moisulre
on flesh foods can cause hot l_at to bubble
up and ox>r tile sides of tile pan.
Use little t_atfor eflective shallow or
deeI>tht fiTing. Filling d_e pan too fldl
of laat can cause spillovers when food is
added.
If a combination
of oils or fats will be used
in fi;ving, stir tog>ther
before heating,
or as
f:ats melt slowly.
Always heat fat sloMy, and watch as it heats.
Use a deep t_at theI_nomemr
whenever
possible
to prevent
oveflleafing
fat beyond
tile smoldng
point.
Nexer u T to moxe a pan of hot
Pat,
especially a deep fi_t fever V(ait until
tile t_atis cool.
Do not store flammable
mamfials
near
tile cooktop.
Kee I) tim hood and grease filmrs clean
to maintain
g_od x_nfing and to avoid
grease fires.
Do not store or use combustible
mamrials,
gasoline
or other flammable
vapors and
liquids in tile vicinity of this or any
appliance.
Clean only parts lismd in this Owner's
Manual.
Do
not
leave paper
products,
cooking
umnsils or food on tile cooktop
when
not in use.
Kee I) cooktop
clean and free of
accumnlafion
of grease or spilloxers
which may ignite.
Nex>r heat unopened
food containers.
Pressure
bnildup
may make container
burst and cause injm T.
Nex>r leave jars or cans of Pat drippings
on or near your cooktop.
Nex>r use your appliance
for wmlning
or
heating
tile room.
COOK MEAT ANDPOULTRY THOROUGHLY...
Cookmeat and poultry thoroughly--meat to at least an INTERNAL temperatureof 160°Fand poultry
to at least an INTERNAL temperatureof 180°ECookingto these temperaturesusuallypmtects against
foodbomeillness.
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