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DHG7014 BURNER GAS HOB ON GLASSPage 1CookingPart number: 071905DInstruction manual

Dear Customer,Your new Defy appliance was manufactured in a state of the art facility and has passed thestrictest quality control procedures.Important: Read these instructions for use carefully so as to familiarize yourself with theappliance before connecting it to its gas container. Keep these instructions for future reference.This User Manual may also be applicable for several other models. Differences betweenmodels are explicitly identified in the manual.This manual will provide you with information on how to operate and care for your appliance togain the maximum benefit from it.We trust you will enjoy years of trouble free use.EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLSThroughout this User Manual the following symbols are used:Important information or useful hints about usage.Warning for hazardous situations with regard to life and property.Warning for electric shock.Warning for risk of fire.Warning for hot surfaces.PLEASE REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ATwww.defy.co.zaDEFY APPLIANCES (PTY) LTDP.O.BOX 12004JACOBSDURBAN4026SOUTH AFRICAImportant: Read these instructions for use carefully so as to familiarizeyourself with the appliance before connecting it to its gas container. Keep theseinstructions for future reference.Page 2

Table of contents1 General informationOverviewTechnical specificationsPackage contentsInjector table445552 Important safety instructionsGeneral safetySafety for childrenSafety when working with gasIf you smell gasIntended use6677883 InstallationBefore installationRoom ventilationImportant information for the installerImportant information for the userElectrical connectionGas connectionLeakage controlFinal checkGas conversionPackage informationFuture transportationDisposing of the old product9910101112121314141515154 PreparationTips for energy savingInitial useFirst cleaning of the appliance161616165 How to use the hobGeneral information about cookingUsing the hobsFitting the burner caps171717186 Maintenance and careCleaning the hobGas jet cleaning procedure1919207 Troubleshooting218 Branches229 Warranty2310 Installers details24Page 3PERMIT NUMBER1037-49/1-RSA-12-A

1 General informationOverview3211212Control panelTempered glassSemi rapid burner Rear leftWok burner Front left334Pan supportAuxiliary burner Front rightSemi rapid burner Rear rightThe manufacturer strives for continuous improvement. For this reason, technicalspecifications, text and illustrations in this manual are subject to change withoutnotice.Figures in this manual are schematic and may not match your appliance exactly.Page 4

Technical specificationsVoltage / frequency220-240 V 50 HzCable type / sectionH05RR-FG 3 x 0,75 mm2Cable lengthmax. 2 mGas type Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) / pressureG30/2.8-3.0 kPaTotal gas consumption8.3 kWConverting the gas type Natural Gas (NG) / pressureG20/2.0 kPaExternal dimensions (height / width / depth)99 mm/690 mm/510 mmInstallation dimensions (width / depth)560 mm/480-490 mmBurnersRear leftSemi rapid burnerPower2000 WFront leftWok burnerPower3300 WFront rightAuxiliary burnerPower1000 WRear rightSemi rapid burnerPower2000 WTechnical specifications may bechanged without prior notice toimprove the quality of theappliance.Values stated on the appliancelabels or in the documentationaccompanying it are obtained inlaboratory conditions inaccordance with relevantstandards. Depending onoperational and environmentalconditions of the appliance, thesevalues may vary.Figures in this manual areschematic and may not exactlymatch your appliance.Package contentsAccessories supplied can varydepending on the appliancemodel. Not every accessorydescribed in the user manual mayexist on your appliance.User manualInjector tablePosition hob zone2000 WRear left3300 WFront left1000 WFront right2000 WRear rightG 20/2.0 kPa NG)10314072103G 30/2.8-3.0 kPa LPG)72965072Gas type / Gas pressurePage 5

2 Important safety instructionsThis section contains safety instructions thatwill help you avoid risk of injury and damage.All warranties will become void if you do notfollow these instructions.General safetyx This appliance is not intended for use bypersons (including children) with reducedphysical, sensory or mental capabilities, orlack of experience and knowledge, unlessthey have been given supervision orinstruction concerning the use of theappliance by a person responsible for theirsafety.x Children should be supervised to ensurethat they do not play with the appliance.x Connect the appliance to an earthedoutlet/line protected by a fuse of suitablecapacity. Have the earth installation madeby a qualified electrician. Our companyshall not be liable for any problems arisingdue to the appliance not being earthed inaccordance with the local regulations.x If the supply cord is damaged, it must bereplaced by the manufacturer, its serviceagent or similar qualified persons in orderto avoid a hazard.x Do not operate the appliance if it isdefective or has any visible damage.x Do not carry out any repairs ormodifications on the appliance. However,some issues may remedied that do notrequire any repairs or modifications. SeeTroubleshooting.x Never wash down the appliance withwater! There is the risk of electric shock!x Never use the appliance when yourjudgment or coordination is impaired bythe use of alcohol and/or drugs.x The appliance must be disconnected fromthe mains during installation, maintenance,cleaning and repair procedures.x Be careful when using alcoholic drinks inyour dishes. Alcohol evaporates at hightemperatures and may cause a fire since itcan ignite when it comes into contact withhot surfaces.Page 6x Do not use the appliance for heatingx x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x closed tins and glass jars. The pressurethat would build up in the tin/jar maycause it to burst.Do not place any flammable materialsclose to the appliance as the sides maybecome hot during use.Keep all ventilation slots clear ofobstructions.The appliance may be hot when it is inuse. Never touch the hot burners, innersections of the oven, heaters etc.Make sure that the function knobs areswitched off after every use.When using Gas, ensure that the room iswell ventilated.Ventilation is vital for the efficientperformance of all appliances and for thesafety of the occupants of the room inwhich the appliance is installed.Always keep children and infirm personsaway from the appliance when it is in use.Only use the appliance for preparing food.Use a deep pan, large enough to coverthe appropriate burner.Always dry food thoroughly before placingit in hot oil or fat. Frozen food in particularwill spit and splatter if added too quickly.Never fill the pan more than one third fullof fat or oil.Never heat fat or fry with a lid on the pan.Do not fry too much food at once. Thislowers the temperature of the oil or fatand results in fatty foods.Do not leave hot fat or oil unattended. Ifoverheating occurs, these could catch fire.Do not use or store inflammable products(alcohol, petrol, benzene etc.) near thehob as these pose a fire risk.WARNING: If the surface is cracked,switch off the appliance to avoid thepossibility of electric shock.Sealing washers should be correctlylocated and tested in accordance withthe manufacturer's instructions.

Safety for childrenx Electrical and/or gas appliances aredangerous to children. Keep children awayfrom the appliance when it is operatingand do not allow them to play with theappliance.x Accessible parts of the hob will becomehot whilst the appliance is in use. Childrenshould be kept away until the appliancehas cooled down.x Do not place any items above theappliance that children may reach for.x The packaging materials will be dangerousfor children. Keep the packaging materialsaway from children. Please ensure that thepackaging material is disposed of in aresponsible manner.Safety when working with gasx Any work carried out on gas equipmentand systems may only be done byauthorised qualified persons who areregistered LP Gas installers.x Prior to installation, ensure that the localdistribution conditions (nature of the gasand gas pressure) and the adjustment ofthe appliance are compatible.x This appliance shall be installed andconnected in accordance with currentinstallation regulations. Particular attentionshall be given to the relevant requirementsregarding ventilation; See “Beforeinstallation”.x CAUTION: The use of gas cookingappliances results in the production ofheat and moisture in the room in which it isinstalled. Ensure that the kitchen is wellventilated: keep natural ventilation holesopen or install a mechanical ventilationdevice (mechanical extractor hood).Prolonged intensive use of the appliancemay call for additional ventilation, forexample increasing the level of themechanical ventilation where present.Page 7DANGER. Risk of explosion andpoisoning!Put out all naked flames and donot smoke, strike matches or doanything that could cause ignition.Do not operate any electricswitches (e.g. light switch, TV,computer, cooker or door bell).Do not use a telephone or mobilephone.x Gas appliances and systems must beregularly checked for proper functioning.The regulator, hose and its clamp must bechecked regularly and replaced within theperiods recommended by its manufactureror when necessary.x Clean the gas burners regularly. Theflames should be blue and burn evenly.x Good combustion is required in gasappliances. In case of incompletecombustion, carbon monoxide (CO) mightdevelop. Carbon monoxide is a colourless,odourless and very toxic gas, which has alethal effect even in very small doses.x Request information about gas emergencytelephone numbers and safety measuresfrom your local gas provider in case of agas smell .In the event of a pan firex Switch off the Gas supply.x Smother the flames with a blanket ordamp cloth.x Burns and injuries are usually caused bypicking up the burning pan and rushingoutside with it.x Do NOT use water to extinguish an oilor fat fire.SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

If you smell gasx Turn off all valves on gas appliances andgas meter at the main control valve,unless it's in a confined space or cellar.x Extinguish all naked flames.x Do not operate any electrical appliances.x Ventilate the area. Open doors andwindows.x Check for leaks. Check all tubes andconnections for tightness.x If odour persists contact your nearestDefy Service Centre for assistance.x If you still smell gas leave the property.x Warn the neighbors.x Call the fire-brigade. Use a telephoneoutside the house.x If you have door or gates that are securedby an electric lock, or entry phone, pleaseopen these manually.x Do not re-enter the property until you aretold it is safe to do so.Action to be taken in the event of a burnbackx In the event of a burn back (where theflame burns back into the jet ) immediatelyturn off the control to the affected burner.x Wait a few minutes and relight the burnerin the normal manner.x If the burn back occurs again, turn off thecontrol knob to the affected burner, andconsult the nearest Defy servicetechnician, who will advise you.Ventilationx Room ventilation is vital for the efficientperformance of the appliance and for thesafety of the occupants in the room inwhich the appliance is installed.Intended useThis appliance is designed for domestic use.Commercial use will void the warrantee.CAUTION: This appliance is for cookingpurposes only. It must not be used for otherpurposes.This appliance should not be used forwarming plates under the grill, drying towels,dish cloths etc. by hanging them on the ovendoor handles. This product should also notbe used for room heating purposes.The manufacturer shall not be liable for anydamage caused by improper use or handlingerrors.Safety when working with electricityDefective electric equipment is one of themajor causes of house fires.x Any work on electrical equipment andsystems should only be carried out byauthorized and qualified persons.x In case of any damage, switch off theappliance and disconnect it from themains. To do this, turn off the fuse athome.x Ensure that the fuse rating is compatiblewith the appliance.IMPORTANT:If the gas type of the appliance ischanged, then the rating platethat shows the gas type of theunit must also be changed.IMPORTANT:If the gas type of the appliance ischanged, then the sticker that iscurrently on the underside of theappliance that reads “Factoryadjusted for LP gas” must bereplaced by the sticker “Adjustedfor natural gas”.The new sticker can be found inthe gas jet kit supplied with theappliance.Page 8

3 InstallationThe manufacturer accepts no liability forinstallation. Any action that the manufacturerhas to take as a result of an erroneousinstallation will not be covered by thewarranty. Installation, including gas andelectrical connections, must be carried outby qualified personnel. An installation by anunqualified person may constitute a hazard.The manufacturer shall not be heldresponsible for injury to persons ordamages arising from procedures carried outby unauthorized persons or due to noncompliance with these provisions.Installation, preparation of locationand electrical and gas installationfor the appliance falls under thecustomer’s responsibility.DANGER The appliance must beinstalled in accordance with alllocal gas and/or electricalregulations.DANGER Prior to installation,visually check if the appliance hasany defects on it. If so, do nothave it installed. Damagedappliances are a safety risk.Safety installationx A removable horizontal board must befitted below the hob and 75mm away fromthe worktop bottom face.x Space between this board and theappliance must be empty and no objectsmay be stored or kept there.x This board will effectively shield the userfrom the base of the hob which gets hotduring use. The board needs to beremovable for service purposes as thehob, once installed, can only be loosenedfrom below.x If the appliance is installed with a sideadjacent to a vertical kitchen cabinet, thedistance between the edge of theappliance and that of the cabinet sidemust be a least 150mm. The distancebetween the back wall and the rear edgeof the hob must be at least 55mm.Page 91Minimum of 50 mmBefore installationThis appliance is designed for installation ina domestic worktop. A safety distance mustbe left between the appliance and thekitchen walls and furniture. See figureoverleaf (values in mm).x This appliance can also be used in a freestanding position. Allow a minimumdistance of 750 mm above the hobsurface.x (*) If a cooker hood is to be installedabove the appliance, refer to the cookerhood manufacturers instructions regardinginstallation height (min 650 mm)x Remove packaging materials andtransport locks.x Surfaces, synthetic laminates andadhesives used must be heat resistant(100 C minimum).x The worktop must be aligned and fixedhorizontally.x Cut the aperture for the hob in theworktop as per installation dimensions.This appliance uses LPG (Liquid petroleumor bottle gas) This appliance requires anoperating pressure of 2.8-3.0 kPa. A suitableLPG regulator that complies with therequirements of SANS 1237 must be used.The manufacturer and the seller do notaccept responsibility for any damage due toincorrect installation or gas connection.x Gas bottles should be located outdoors ina suitable ventilated lock-up.x The connecting hose should not exceed200 cm in length.x An appliance without a flame failuredevice may only be used with a freestanding cylinder placed adjacent to butnot closer than 300 mm to the appliance.

690Room ventilationAll rooms require a window that can beopened, or equivalent, and some rooms willrequire a permanent vent in addition.Air for combustion is drawn from the roomand the exhaust gases are emitted directlyinto the room, therefore good roomventilation is essential for the safe operationof your appliance. If there is no window ordoor available for room ventilation, extraventilation must be installed.The appliance may be located in a kitchen,kitchen/diner or a bed-sitting room, but not ina room containing a bath or shower. Theappliance must not be installed in a bedsitting room of less than 20m3.Do not install this appliance in a room belowground level unless it is open to ground levelon at least one side.Smaller than 5 m3Ventilationopeningmin. 100 cm25 m3 to 10 m3min. 50 cm2Greater than 10 m3not requiredIn the cellar or basementmin. 65 cm2Room sizePage 10Important information for the installerThis appliance may only be installed by aregistered LP Gas installer registered withthe LPGSASA. (Liquefied Petroleum GasAssociation of Southern Africa).The appliance must be installed inaccordance with the requirements of SANS10087-1 or SANS 827 and any firedepartment regulations and/or local bylawsapplicable to the area. If in doubt check withthe relevant authority before undertaking theinstallation.Upon completion of the installation you arerequired to fully explain and demonstrate tothe user the operational details and safetypractices applicable to the appliance and theinstallation including:a) The position of the isolation or shut-offvalve in the gas supply line to theappliance.b) The requirements for safe operation of theappliance.Cupboard designCooking appliances generate considerableheat. The layout and materials of themounting cabinet should take account ofthese characteristics.Surfaces and surrounding edgesimmediately adjacent to the hob should beable to withstand temperatures of up to 100 C without delaminating or discolouring.

Note.This appliance is supplied exfactory with jets and air settings for usewith LP gas only.Permanent installationSafety compliance with localrequirements.This appliance may only be installed by aregistered LP Gas installer. All registeredinstallers are issued with a card carryingtheir registration number.Installer’s details are to be filled in onpage 24 of this bookTemporary installationFlexible hose connection from the gasappliance to the bottle can be made.Ensure that pipe clamps are tightenedcorrectly and are of good quality.x Flexible hose - Not supplied.Any hose that is used to connect thestove to the gas system shall comply withSANS 1156-2 or BS 3212.x Gas bottle - Not supplied.For best results we recommend that gascylinders with a minimum capacity of 19kgbe used.x Regulator - Not supplied.A 2.8-3.0 kPa LP gas regulator whichcomplies with SANS 1237 must be used.Important information for the userAsk to be shown this card beforeallowing the installation to commenceand make a note of the installer QCCnumber on page 24 of this book.Upon completion of the installation, theinstaller is required to explain the operationaldetails of the appliance together with thesafety instructions. You will be asked to signacceptance of the installation and beprovided with a completion certificate. Youshould only sign for acceptance when theinstallation is completed to your satisfaction.Failure to comply with the above willrender the warranty invalid.Note:Your invoice is required in the event ofyou wishing to make a warranty claim.DANGER Risk of explosion andsuffocation! The maximumbottle size allowed in the houseis19 KgPage 11

Electrical connectionConnect the appliance to a grounded outlet/line protected by a fuse of suitable capacityas stated in the "Technical specifications"table. Have the grounding installation madeby a qualified electrician while using theproduct with or without a transformer.The manufacturer shall not be heldresponsible for damages arising fromprocedures carried out by unauthorizedpersons.DANGER Risk of electricshock, short circuit or fire byunprofessional installation!The appliance may be connectedto the mains supply only by anauthorized qualified person andthe appliance is only guaranteedafter correct installation.DANGER Risk of electricshock, short circuit or fire bydamage of the mains lead!The mains lead must not beclamped, bent or trapped orcome into contact with hot partsof the appliance. If the mains leadis damaged, it must be replacedby a qualified electrician.x Connection must comply with nationalregulations.x The mains supply data must correspond tothe data specified on the type label of theappliance. Type label is at the rearhousing of the appliance.x Power cable of your product must complywith the values in "Technicalspecifications" table.DANGER Risk of electricshock! Before starting anywork on the electrical installation,please disconnect the appliancefrom the mains supply.The power cable plug must bewithin easy reach after installation(do not route it above the hob).Plug the power cable into the socket.Page 12Gas connectionDANGER Risk of explosion orpoisoning by unprofessionalinstallation. The appliance maybe connected to the gasdistribution system only by aregistered LPG installer.DANGER Risk of explosion!Before starting any work on thegas installation, please shut offthe gas supply.x Gas adjustment conditions and values arestated on labels (or on type label).Your appliance is adjusted for LPgas.Connecting the gas hosex Have your appliance connected so that itwill be close to the gas connection.Ensure that there is no gas leakage.x Gas bottles should be located outdoors ina suitable ventilated lock-up.x The connecting hose to be used must notbe longer than 200 cm in length.x Install the clamp to the hose. Soak oneend of the hose (15 mm inner diameter)into hot water for one minute to soften it.Then, slip the softened end of the hosecompletely onto the sharp hose tip of yourappliance.x Secure the hose by tightening the hoseclampx Repeat the same procedure for the otherend of the hose by securing the other endof the hose to the regulator on the gasbottle to complete the gas cylinderconnection.x Always check for gas leaks afterinstallation and whenever a new or refilledgas bottle is used for the first time.DANGER Risk of explosion andsuffocation! LPG bottles mustnot be stored in the house.Caution: Never use a nakedflame to check for gas leaks

3. In order to avoid foreign substances andliquids penetrating between the hob andthe counter, please apply the puttysupplied in the package on the contoursof the lower housing of the hob, makingsure that the putty does not overlap.4. Apply the putty by bending it around thecorners as in the figure.12LPG hose tipPlastic hoseMake sure the putty is filled on thebase cover contours.ManifoldManifold protection plugManifold protector plug removal:The manifold protection plug is inserted intothe manifold at factory level in order toprotect the manifold from beingcontaminated with debris. The manifoldprotection plug must be removed when theproduct is installed by the gas installer. Thered manifold protection plug can be removedfrom the manifold by grabbing it with yourfingers or if necessary with the aid of a smallpair of pliers.Leakage control at the connection pointx Ensure that the control knobs on the hobare in the OFF position.x Open the valve on the Gas bottle.x Using a small paint brush, apply somesoapy water to all the connections.x If there is a leak, bubbles will appear.x If this happens, close the valve on the gasbottle.x Check and tighten the connectionsimmediately.x Repeat the procedure to ensure that thereare no further leaks.Installing the appliance1. Remove burners, burner caps and grillson the hob from the appliance.2. Turning the hob upside down, place it ona flat surface.Page 135. Turning the hob again, align and place iton the counter.6. Secure your hob to the counter by usingthe clamp and the screws supplied.(wooden spacers may be required).*12345min. 20 & max. 40 mmHobScrewInstallation clampCounterPuttyRear viewPlace burner plates, burner plate caps andgrills back to their seating after installation.Making connections to differentholes is not good practice in termsof safety since it can damage thegas and electrical system.

Unless there is an abnormalcondition, do not attempt to removethe gas burner taps. You must callan authorised service agent if it isnecessary to change the taps.Final check1. Open gas supply.2. Check gas installations for secure fittingand tightness.3. Ignite burners and check appearance ofthe flame.The flames should be blue andburn smoothly. If the flamesappear yellowish, check that theburner cap is seated correctly orclean the burner. Switch off thegas and let burner cool beforetouching it.Gas conversionDANGER Risk of explosion orpoisoning by unprofessionalinstallation. Gas conversionmust only be carried out by aregistered installer.DANGER Risk of explosion!Before starting any work on thegas installation, shut off the gassupply.In order to have the appliance's gas typechanged, all the injectors must be changedand the flame adjustment for all valves mustbe set at the reduced flow rate position.New injectors have their positionmarked on their packing or refer tothe Injector table.Reduced gas flow rate setting for taps1. Ignite the burner that is to be adjusted andturn the knob to the reduced position.2. Remove the knob from the gas tap.3. Use an appropriately sized screwdriver toadjust the flow rate adjustment screw. ForLPG (Butane - Propane) turn the screwclockwise. For natural gas, you shouldturn the screw counter-clockwise once.The normal length of a straight flame inthe reduced position should be 6-7 mm4. If the flame is higher than the desiredposition, turn the screw clockwise. If it issmaller turn anticlockwise.5. For the last control, bring the burner toboth the high-flame and reduced positionsand check whether the flame is on or off.Depending on the type of gas tap used inyour appliance the adjustment screwposition may vary.Changing the injectors1. Take off burner cap and burner body.2. Unscrew injectors by turning themcounterclockwise.3. Fit new injectors.4. Check all connections for secure fittingand tightness.1Flow rate adjustment screwIf the gas type of the appliance ischanged, then the rating platethat shows the gas type of theunit must also be changed.1234Flame failure device (model dependent)Spark plugInjectorBurnerPage 14

IMPORTANT:If the gas type of the appliance ischanged, then the sticker that iscurrently on the underside of theappliance that reads “Factoryadjusted for LP gas” must bereplaced by the sticker “Adjustedfor natural gas”.The new sticker can be found inthe gas jet kit supplied with theappliance.Package informationPackaging materials are dangerous tochildren. Keep packaging materials in a safeplace out of reach of children.Packaging materials of the appliance aremanufactured from recyclable materials.Do not dispose of the packaging materialstogether with domestic or other wastes.Dispose of them in a responsible manner.Future TransportationKeep the appliances original carton andtransport the appliance in it. Follow theinstructions on the carton. If you do not havethe original carton, pack the appliance inbubble wrap or thick cardboard and tape itsecurely.Secure the caps and pan supports withadhesive tape.Disposing of the old productDispose of the old appliance in anenvironmentally friendly manner.Refer to your local dealer or solid wastecollection centre in your area to learn how todispose of your appliance.Before disposing of the appliance, cut off thepower cable plug and make the door lock (ifany) unusable to avoid dangerous conditionsto children.Check the general appearance ofyour appliance for any damagesthat might have occurred duringtransportation.Page 15

4 PreparationTips for energy savingThe following information will help you to useyour appliance in an ecological way, and tosave energy:x Defrost frozen dishes before cookingthem.x Use pots/pans with cover for cooking. Ifthere is no cover, energy consumptionmay increase up to 4 times.x Select the burner which is most suitablefor the bottom size of the pot to be used.Always select the correct pot size for yourdishes. Larger pots require more energy.This product is equipped withPrecise flame which gives 9specifically defined power levels.This allows for the flame size andheat to be adjusted with ease andreliability giving better defined andmore controlled cooking results.Page 16Initial useFirst cleaning of the applianceThe surface may get damaged bysome detergents or cleaningmaterials.Do not use aggressivedetergents, cleaning powder/cream or any sharp objects.1. Remove all packaging materials.2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance with adamp cloth or sponge and dry with acloth.

5 How to use the hobGeneral information about cookingDANGERRisk of fire by overheated oil!When you heat oil, do not leave itunattended.Never try to extinguish a firewith water! When oil hascaught fire, immediately cover thepot or pan with a lid. Switch offthe hob if safe to do so andphone the fire service.x Before frying foods, always dry them wellx x x x x x x x x x and gently place into the hot oil. Ensurecomplete thawing of frozen foods beforefrying.Do not cover the pot or pan you use whenheating oil.Place the pans and saucepans in amanner so that their handles are not overthe hob to prevent heating of the handles.Do not place unbalanced and easily tiltingcooking vessels on the hob.Do not place empty pots and saucepanson cooking zones that are switched on.They might get damaged.Operating a cooking zone without a pot,pan or saucepan on it will cause damageto the appliance. Turn off the cookingzones after cooking is complete.As the surface of the appliance can be hot,do not place plastic and aluminum vesselson it.Such vessels should not be used to keepfoods in either.Use flat bottomed saucepans or cookingvessels only.Put only the appropriate amount of food insaucepans and pans. Doing so will assistin you not having to do any unnecessarycleaning as this will help prevent thedishes from overflowing.Do not put covers of saucepans or panson the cooking zones.Place saucepans so that they are centeredon the cooking zone. When moving thesaucepan onto another

the appropriate burner. x Always dry food thoroughly before placing it in hot oil or fat. Frozen food in particular will spit and splatter if added too quickly. x Never fill the pan more than one third full of fat or oil. x Never heat fat or fry with a lid on the pan. x Do not fry too much food at once. This lowers the temperature of the oil or fat

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