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Induction CooktopUser ManualCHK-CCA02

Thank you for purchasing this product. To ensure proper use andtrouble-free operation, please read this manual carefully and store itin a safe place for future reference.About Induction CookingWhen using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always befollowed, including the following:1. Check your power supply and make sure it is 120V before using the inductioncooktop.How does induction heating work?2. Do not touch hot surfaces.Induction cooking uses electromagnetic energy to heat cookware. Whencookware is placed on an induction cooktop and the cooktop is turned on, thecoil inside the induction unit produces and alternates magnetic fields, whichflow through the cookware. Iron molecules in the cookware then rapidly vibrate,causing instant heat and keeping your energy costs down.3. To protect against electrical hazards, do not immerse cord, plugs, or theappliance in water or other liquids.What types of cookware can be used?Induction cooktops will only operate when using certain cookware. As explainedin the paragraph above, induction cooking works using electromagnetic energy,therefore the contact surface of the cookware must be made from a ferrousmagnetic material such as cast iron, enameled steel or magnetic stainless steel.Ensuring this is the case, the interior or cooking surface of the cookware can thenbe made from aluminum or other non-ferrous materials, with or without a nonstick coating.It is very easy to check whether or not your cookware will be suitable for use withthe cooktop, by using a fridge magnet or any other permanent magnet. If themagnet sticks to the bottom of your chosen cookware, it can be used for cookingon the induction cooktop.1Important Safeguards4. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) withreduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience andknowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerningthe use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.5. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with theappliance.6. Before cleaning, first unplug from outlet and make sure the appliance hascooled down.7. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after theappliance malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Returnthe appliance to the manufacturer for examination, repair or electricalor mechanical adjustment. All servicing, other than cleaning, should beperformed by an authorized service representative.2

8. If the appliance is not working as described in this instruction booklet, pleasediscontinue use and contact us.9. The use of accessories or attachments not recommended by us may causehazards.10. Do not use outdoors.11. Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of a table or counter.12. A fire may occur if the surface is covered with, or touching, flammablematerial such as curtains, draperies, walls and the like when in operation.emitted by induction cooktops.18. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). Toreduce the risk of electric shock, this plug will only fit one way in a polarizedoutlet. If the plug does not completely fit in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it stilldoes not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify the plug in any way.Buttons13452678913. Always disconnect the appliance from the outlet when not in use. Todisconnect, turn off the appliance first and then remove the plug from theoutlet.14. Do not use the appliance for anything other than its intended use.15. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.16. Extreme caution must be taken when moving the appliance with cookwarecontaining hot liquids. Do not overfill cookware used on the appliance to avoidspilling when contents are boiling.17. People with pacemakers or similar medical devices should be carefulwhen standing near this induction cooktop while it is powered on. Theelectromagnetic field may affect pacemakers or similar devices. Consult yourdoctor, or the manufacturer of the pacemaker, or similar medical device foradditional information regarding the possible effects of electromagnetic fields31. Power indicator light2. Temperature indicator light3. Child safety lock4. Timer button5. “-” button6. Display window7. “ ” button8. Function selection button9. On/Off button4

Technical 02120V50/60HzPPPower rangeTemperature rangePower cable lengthSizeWeight100-1800W140-460 F/60-238 C3.9ft/1.2m11.6 14.2 2.2in/29.5 36 5.7cm91.7oz/2.6kgOperating Instructions1. Place the induction cooktop on a dry and level surface.2. Add food to the cookware.3. Place the cookware within the circle indicated on the induction cooktopsurface.7. Press the function selection button again to switch to temperature mode. Thetemperature indicator lightwill turn on and the display windowwill show the default temperature of 380 F. Press the “ ” or “-” button toincrease or decrease the temperature.Note: There are a total of 8 temperature levels (140 F, 180 F, 260 F, 300 F, 340 F,380 F, 420 F, 460 F).8. Press the timer buttonto set the timer. The display window will showthe default time of “0:30”, and the timer indicator light will turn on.Press the “ ” or “-” button to adjust the timer. Once the desired period is selected,press the timer button again or wait 5 seconds to set the new timer. The displaywindow will now alternate between the timer and power level (or timer andtemperature level if in temperature mode). When the programmed time haselapsed, the induction cooktop will beep once and shut off automatically.4. Plug the power cord into a 120V outlet. The unit will beep and the On/Offbutton indicator light will flash.Note: If at any time during the cooking cycle you would like to cancel the timer,simply press the timer button again.5. Press the On/Off button9. Press and hold the child safety lockfor 3 seconds to access the childsafety lock function, and the child lock indicator light will turn on. Only thechild safety lock and On/Off buttons can be used at this time. Press and holdthe child safety lock button for a further 3 seconds to cancel the lock functionand return the cooktop to normal.to turn on the unit.6. Press the function selection buttonto switch to power mode, the powerindicator lightwill turn on and the display window will show“1200”, indicating the default power. Press the “ ” or “-” button toincrease or decrease the power level.5Note: There are a total of 9 power levels (P1: 100W, P2: 300W, P3: 600W, P4: 800W,P5: 1000W, P6: 1200W, P7: 1400W, P8: 1600W, P9: 1800W).6

10. Press the On/Off button to turn off the unit when cooking is finished.Important Notes1. If the cookware is removed from the cooktop at any time during the cookingcycle, the unit will beep continually for 30 seconds, error code E0 will appearin the display window and the unit will shut off automatically. In order tore-activate the unit, place the cookware back on the cooktop and follow steps5-10 from the operating instructions.no more than 8.7in/22cm in order to work correctly. If the cookware is larger thanthe circle indicated on the induction cooktop surface, the outside area will not beheated, causing inconsistent cooking.4. Make sure that the base of the cookware is clean, as dirt may cause the bottomto stick to the induction cooktop.5. Never heat empty cookware. This will cause the unit to overheat, damage thecookware and/or cause the unit to shut off.Cleaning & Maintenance1. Unplug the appliance from the electrical outlet when it is not in use.2. When the unit is turned off, the built-in fan will continue running to cool downthe appliance, and the display window will display “H” until the temperature ofthe induction cooktop is below 120 F.2. Clean the induction cooktop and the control panel with a damp cloth.Notes:-Do not use a brush or abrasive cleaners. This may damage the cooktop.3. This induction cooktop will only operate with suitable cookware. The mostcommon types are those made from cast iron, enameled and stainless steel.The induction cooktop will not operate when using aluminum, ceramic,copper, glass or Pyrex cookware that has a concave bottom.-Do not immerse the unit in water or any other liquids.3. Dry with a soft cloth.4. Clean the unit after each use.Note: The cookware base should have a diameter of no less than 4in/10cm and78

TroubleshootingProblemsProblemsCausesIs there a power supply failure?The appliance isplugged into aIs the fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped?power outlet andactivated using theOn/Off button, butthere is no responsefrom the appliance.Is the plug firmly connected?Wait for the power supply toresume.Heating isinterrupted duringnormal use and a“beep” is heard.The cookware is not placed within thecenter of the indicated heating zone.Is the cookware being heated but iscontinually being removed?9The appliance stops Is the air intake clogged or has dirtworking whileaccumulated within it?heating.Check the root causescarefully. If the problemcannot be fixed, pleasecontact our service center forinspection and repair.Is the cookware suitable for theReplace the cookware thatinduction cooktop and is there cookware is suitable for the inductionplaced on the cooktop?cooktop.Place the cookware withinthe center of the indicatedheating zone.Place the cookware withinthe heating zone and do notcontinually remove.CausesIs the cookware empty or thetemperature too high?SolutionsError codes arereported.Is the appliance working for long periodsof time without accepting manualoperations?E0: No potE1: Low voltageE2: Over voltageE3: Thermistor module openE4: Thermistor module shortE5: Thermistor to IGBT openE6: Thermistor to IGBT shortE7: Thermistor module failureE8: Inner failureE9: Thermistor to IGBT overheatingSolutionsCheck whether the applianceis being misused.Unclog the air intake. Wait forthe appliance to cool downthen switch it on again.Reset cooking modes or usethe timer function.If the error code E0 isreported, please check if thecookware you are using issuitable for induction cookingor wait for the appliance tocool down and then switchit on again. If error codesE1-E9 are reported, pleasecontact the service center forinspection and repair.Warranty and ContactTo ensure peace of mind, we provide you with a 12-month warranty from thedate of purchase. This warranty covers any defects in materials, workmanshipand malfunctions under normal use. If you have any problems concerning theproduct, please contact us via our after-sales service email and we will respond toyou as soon as possible.Email: support@isiler.com10

the induction cooktop is below 120 F. 3. This induction cooktop will only operate with suitable cookware. The most common types are those made from cast iron, enameled and stainless steel. The induction cooktop will not operate when using aluminum, ceramic, copper, glass or Pyrex cookware that has a concave bottom.

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