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Setting The Timer; Setting Guidelines - Kenwood CP706 Instructions Manual

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6 Select the desired cooking mode by
pressing the high, low or keep
warm setting button. An icon will
appear on the right of the screen
and a dash will appear next to the
selected cooking mode. Cooking
will begin, indicated by the decimals
flashing.
7 Allow to cook for the desired time.
8 Press the ON/OFF button once to
stop cooking. Hold the ON/OFF
button down for 5 seconds to turn
the slow cooker off. Unplug the
slow cooker after use.

setting the timer

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1 Follow steps 1 – 5 above.
2 Set the desired cooking time by
pressing the timer increase (+) or
timer decrease (-) buttons. The
timer can be set in 30 minute
increments up to a maximum of 10
hours for low and high settings but
will default to a maximum of 2
hours for the keep warm setting.
3 Select the desired cooking mode by
pressing the high, low or keep
warm setting button. An icon will
appear on the right side of the
screen and a dash will appear next
to the selected cooking mode.
Cooking and the timer countdown
will begin, indicated by the decimals
flashing. The timer will countdown
in 1 minute increments.
Note: if a cooking mode is not
selected within 15 seconds, the
timer will default back to 0:00 and
will need to be re-set.
4 At the end of the cooking time on
low or high settings, the slow
cooker will default to the keep
warm setting and count down from
2 hours. After 2 hours, heating will
stop and the display will return to
0:00.
5 Hold the ON/OFF button down for 5

setting guidelines

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seconds to turn the slow cooker off.
Unplug the slow cooker after use.
Important: When cooking in
the timer mode for extended
periods of time make sure
the food does not dry out or
burn.
If during cooking with the timer set,
you wish to adjust the cooking time,
simply press either the timer
increase or timer decrease button.
The following times are a guide only
and will vary according to the type
of food being cooked and
quantities.
low setting will gradually cook
food during the day and takes
approximately 6-8 hours. This
setting can also be used when
cooking more delicate foods which
would benefit from a slightly lower
rate of cooking such as baked
apples, poached fruit.
high setting will quicken up the
cooking process compared to the
Low setting with cooking times
between 3-5 hours.
keep warm setting – Use this
setting once food has been cooked
to keep food warm. We
recommend that food is not kept
warm for longer than 2 hours after
cooking and then switch off after
use. Taking the lid off will reduce the
temperature inside the cooking pot
so keep this to a minimum and
replace the lid quickly.

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