SETTING THE POWER LEVEL
The power level for the selected Cooking Zone can
be set from 1 to 9.
To select the power level:
1 Select the number on the element
power settings for the active Cooking
Zone to adjust the power level from 1
2 Selecting 7 will activate the Cook
Zone. After activating the Cook
Zone, the indicator lights will flash
once and lock your selection.
NOTE: If power level is not selected,
the Cooking Zone will turn off
after 10 seconds.
To readjust the power level:
1 Select Cooking Zone ON.
2 To change the Cooking Zone power, select the
desired level. If power level is not selected after
10 seconds, the Cooking Zone power level will
remain the same.
To turn OFF the Cooking Zone:
1 After the cooking is complete, touch
the OFF pad to turn off the Cooking
2 The corresponding cooking zone display will
3 If the POWER ON/OFF pad is
selected, all Cooking Zones will shut
off. NOTE: These settings are recommended
guidelines for cooking. You may need to adjust the
power level for the type of food and pan.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
Your cooktop has a residual
heat indicator for each
Cooking Zone. This
indicator will warn that this
area has been used and is still giving off enough
heat to cause burns. Avoid touching the Cooking
Zone when this indicator is shown. Although the
cooktop is OFF, the light will stay lit until the
cooktop has cooled down.
Setting Used forFunction
Bringing liquids to a boil.
Browning meats, heating oil
for deep-fat frying, sautéing,
maintaining a fast boil for
large amounts of liquids.
Frying meats, chops,
pancakes, sausages, eggs.
Cooking larger quantities,
soups and stews, steaming
potatoes, cooking meat
stock or bouillon.
Simmering rice or milk-
based dishes, steaming
smaller quantities of
potatoes and vegetables,
Fluffy omelettes, keeping
dishes warm, melting butter
deep fat frying