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Cooktop Features; Surface Cooking - Kenmore 790.41289001 Use & Care Manual

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Cooktop
Features
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE COOKTOP
_The
Cooking
Zones may appear
to be cool while turned ON and after they have been turned OFF. The glass
surface
may be HOT form residual heat transferred
from the cookware
and burns may occur.
1.
Left Rear Radiant
Element
2.
Left Front Double
Radiant
Element
3.
Right Rear Radiant
Element
4.
Right Front Radiant
Element
5.
Center Rear Radiant
Element
(Fig. 2 only)
6.
Right Rear Element Control
Knob
7.
Left Rear Element Control
Knob
8.
Left Front Double
Element Control
Knob
9.
Right Front Element Control
Knob
10. Center Rear Radiant
Element Control Knob
(Figure 2 only)
11. Hot Surface
Indicator
Lights
Fig. 1 - 30" Model
Fig. 2 - 36" Model
Surface Cooking
Use Proper Cookware
Cookware
should have
flat bottoms
that make
good contact
with the
entire surface
heating
element. Check for
flatness
by rotating
a
ruler across the bottom
of
the cookware
(See
Figure
1). Be sure to follow
the
recommendations
for
using cookware
as shown
to the right.
Figure 1
Note: The size and type of cookware
used wiii
influence the setting
needed for best cooking
results.
CORRECT
INCORRECT
t
t
* Flat bottom
and straight
sides.
° Tight fitting
lids.
° Weight
of handle
does not tilt
pan. Pan is well balanced.
° Pan sizes match the amount of
food to be prepared
and the
size of the surface element.
° Made
of material
that
conducts
heat well.
° Easy to dean.
° Always
match pan diameter
to
element
surface
diameter.
° Curved and warped
pan bottoms.
Pan overhangs
unit by more than
one-half
inch.
Pan is smaller than the element.
° Heavy handle flits the pan.

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