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Philips Induction Cooker HD4907
User Manual

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    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual...

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    Disclaimer The purpose of this User Manual is to apply the learning of the TWB Technical Writing Certification Program. The project requirement is to develop a User Manual for a given product. There is no intended commercial value for this manual or software in reference.

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    Preface Congratulations on your purchase of a Philips induction cooker! This User Manual provides an overview and helps you get familiar with your induction cooker. The purpose of this user manual is to help you understand key features of your induction cooker and provide you with instructions on how to efficiently use the induction cooker.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Contents 1 Introduction......................1 1.1 What is Induction cooking?................1 1.2 How induction cooking works?...............1 1.3 Document conventions..................2 2 Product features and description..............2 2.1 Technical specifications..................2 2.2 Special features.....................2 2.3 Product layout....................4 3 Before using your induction................5 3.1 Important instructions..................5...

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    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Table of Figures Figure 1: How induction cooking works................1 Figure 2: Cooking plate heat distribution..............3 Figure 3: Cool cooking plate..................3 Figure 4: Induction cooker layout.................4 Figure 5: Non-compatible cookware................8...

  • Page 6: Introduction

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual 1 Introduction This section introduces you to the concept of induction cooking. What is Induction cooking? Induction cooking, is a technology that heats a cooking vessel by magnetic induction – which in turn heats and cooks the food. This is because the induction cooker is a powerful, high-frequency electromagnet.

  • Page 7: Document Conventions

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Document conventions Conventions Description This section denotes that there is a Note: This is how your note will appear in note that you must read. this document. For more information on <topic name>, This section denotes a cross-reference refer to page <page number>.

  • Page 8: Figure 2: Cooking Plate Heat Distribution

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Power efficient: Auto cut off mode and cool cooking plate means energy will not be wasted. Your induction cooker will automatically switch off, if it is accidentally left on or is left unattended for a long time. Also the induction cooker will only work if the cooking vessel is in contact with the cooking plate.

  • Page 9: Product Layout

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Product layout This section will help you get familiar with the induction cooker and all its controls. Figure 4: Induction cooker layout...

  • Page 10: Before Using Your Induction

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Product description: Ceramic plate Body Cooking zone Control panel Air inlet Mains cord Air outlets Control Panel: Label +/- buttons to adjust the cooking temperature, watts, and/or time. LED time display for seeing the time.

  • Page 11: Choosing The Right Cookware

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual • Never leave your induction cooker unattended when in use. • Do not block the air inlet and outlets while the induction cooker is operating. Place it in a well ventilated, non-metal flat platform to prevent overheating.

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    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Name Looks like Material Frying pan Iron Sauce pan Stainless steel Stock pot Stainless pot Traditional skillet Stainless steel Enameled steel Enamelware utensils For more information on Enamelware, refer to Glossary on page 13.

  • Page 13: Placing The Cookware On The Induction Cooker

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Name Looks like Material Induction base flat Frying pan with an induction base frying pan Induction base Aluminum or anodized pressure pressure cooker cooker with an induction plate base Given below are some examples of non-compatible cookware:...

  • Page 14: Using Your Induction Cooker

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual 4 Using your induction cooker This section describes how to use your induction cooker. Steps 1. Insert the plug firmly into the socket. When you turn the switch “ON”, your induction cooker will start with a beep and the LED time display will blink once.

  • Page 15: Preset Cooking Modes

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual 4. You can either use one of the preset cooking modes specified on the control panel or the manual mode to control the time and temperature for cooking. For more information on Preset cooking modes, refer to page 10.

  • Page 16: Gravy Mode

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual • To use this mode, press the “Roti/Dosa” button. • You can modulate the temperature using “+/-” buttons in case the pan gets overheated or is less heated. 4.1.3 Gravy mode • The Gravy preset can be used to prepare a gravy dish from beginning to the end.

  • Page 17: Care And Cleaning

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual • If pressure cooker is not removed from an induction cooker after 30 minutes, the induction cooker will switch off on its own. • Default cooking time in Pressure Cook mode is 30 minutes, but you can adjust the range from 1 min to 45 min.

  • Page 18: Glossary

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual 6 Glossary Ceramic plate: A ceramic is a hard brittle material that is produced through burning of nonmetallic minerals at high temperature. So a plate made of this material is called a ceramic plate.

  • Page 19: Index

    Philips Induction Cooker HD4907 User Manual Index How..........1 Induction Cooker........Preset cooking modes....10 Care and cleaning......12 What..........1 layout..........4 Instructions..........Special features.......2 Important instructions......5 Technical specifications....2 Placing the cookware.......8 Using..........9 right cookware........6 Induction Cooking........

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