Bosch NES 730 UC Operating instructions

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N ES 730 UC
NES 930 UC
Bosch Ceramic
Glass Cooktops
Models: NES 730 UC, NES 930 UC with
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Important
Safety
Cool{top
Models
instructions
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of Contents
1-2
3
Operating
instructions
..........................
4
Before Using Cooktop for First Time ....... 4
Precautions
for Long Life and
Good Appearance
of the Surface ............ 4
General Operation
of Cooktop .................. 4
inTwisT Dial ...................................................... 4
Indicator
Retained
Lights ................................................
Heat ...................................................
4
4
Heat
Settings
for Radiant
Elements
..................................................
8
Cleaning
9
Care
Guide
Before
inTwisT
the Controls
.... 5
............................................. 5
Single
Dial ......................................................
How
to Use a Razor Blade Scraper ............ 9
Bosch
Cool{top
Turning
Elements Off .....................................
Power
Off ..........................................................
S
6
Installation
Panel
6
Cooktop
6
6
Razor
a mTwisT
Using Proper
Cookware
Cool<ware Characteristics
Dial ............ 6
.......................
7
............................7
Chart
9
........................... 9
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S
Without
Techniques
Troubleshooting
....................................
Operation
9
Cleaning
Care
....................................
9
Daily
Temperature
Pot Sizing ............................................................
Keep Warm
......................................................
Cleaners
...............................
These
5
5
Loci< ..........................................................
Cleaners
9
Avoid
Element ..................................................
Dual Element ....................................................
Limiters
Use ..............................................
Recommended
Speda[
The EiementstSetting
Radiant Elements
.......................................
Warranty
..................
10
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12
Pad(aged
with ¢ooktop
Use and Care Manual
Instructions
Cleaning
_
Blade Scraper
Mounting
Brackets
Registration
Card
Foam
Seal
Two
Creme
Tape
mTwisT
Magnetic
Dials
Testing the Flatness of your Pans ............... 7
Specialty Pans ................................................... 7
Cool<ware Tips ................................................ 7
Note: The Bosch cooktop referred to thoughout this manual is manufactured by BSH Home Appliance Corp.
NES Cooktop
Use and Care
Manuam
m_portant
IMPORTANT
READ
ALL
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
,_
E
TO
COOKTOP
TO
REDUCE
ELECTRIC
PERSONS,
THE
SHOCK,
OBSERVE
RISK
OF
FIRE,
OR INJURY
TO
THE FOLLOWING:
REDUCE
Use this unit only in the manner intended by the
THE
RISK OF INJURY
TO
PERSONS, IN THE EVENT OF
A GREASE
FIRE, OBSERVE
THE FOLLOWING:
manufacturer. If you have any questions, contact
the manufacturer.
In the event of agrease fire SMOTHER FLAMESwith
a close-fitting lid, cookie sheet, or other metal tray,
then turn off the gas burner. BE CAREFUL TO
PREVENT BURNS. If the flames do not go out
immediately, EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE
DEPARTMENT.
o
Before servicing unit, switch power OFF at service
panel and lock service panel to prevent power from
being switched on accidentally.
o
Do not cool< on a cool<top in which the glass top
has broken. If the cool<top glass should break, do
not use it or attempt to clean or fix it. Cleaning
solutions and spill overs may penetrate the broken
cool<top and create a risk of electric shock.Turn
Do not usewater, includingwet dishclothes or towels
on grease fires. A violent steam explosion may result.
off electric circuit to the cool<top and call an
authorized service agency immediately.
Do not store items of interest to children above
NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN. You may be
burned.
the cool<top or at the back of it. If children climb
onto the coot<top to reach these items, they could
be seriously injured.
ALWAYS havea working SMOKE DETECTOR
near the kitchen.
LEAVE THE HOOD VENTILATOR ON when
°
flamb@ingfood.
Use an extinguisher ONLY IF:
o
USINGYOUR
WARNING
SAFETY
WARNING
mnstrucdons
INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly,
afire or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or death.
PERSONAL
Safety
Children and pets should not be left alone or
unattended in an area where appliances are in use.
They should never be allowed to sit or stand on
any part of appliance.
You know you have a Class ABC extinguisher,
and you already know how to operate it.
WARNING
The fire is small and contained in the area where
DO
NOT
NATERIALS
COOKTOPo
itstarted.
The fire department is being called.
You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
STORE
ON
OR
FLAMNABLE
NEAR
THE
When using the cool<top, DO NOTTOUCH
THE
HOT COOKING
AREA OR THE IMMEDIATE
SMOTHER FLAMES from other types of food
fires with baking soda. NEVER use water on
cooking fires.
SURROUNDING AREA. Eventhough dark in colon
these areas may be hot. Areas adjacent to the
elements may become hot enough to cause burns.
Never
let clothing,
potholders,
or other
flammable materials come in contact with a
cooking area until it has cooled.
o
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For personal
safety wear proper
apparel.
Loose fitting garments or those with long, loose
sleeves should never be worn while cooking.
Tie long hair so that it doesn't hang loose.
NES Cooktop
Use and Care Manuam
important
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
Read all instructions
before
Use only dry potholders.
Moist or damp pot
holders on hot surfaces may cause burns from
steam, Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth in
place of potholders. Do not let potholders touch
"
hot cooking areas,
Safety
Jnstrucdons
INSTRUCTIONS
using },our cooktop
Use high heat settings on the cooktop only when
necessary. Use low to medium settings to heat oil
slowly.
move a pan of hot oil, especially
Never
a deep fat
fryer. Wait until it is cool.
This
appliance
surface
that
to
is equipped
units
of different
have flat bottoms
cover
utensil
the
whole
smaller
than
will expose
a portion
contact
with the user
Proper
improve
relationship
one
sizes.
Always
and that
are
cooking
the
with
size
of the
which
of utensil
area.
more
use utensils
large
The
of the
or
use
cooking
of a
area
heated
area to direct
could result in burns.
to burner
Never leave the cooktop unattended
when using
high heat settings. Boi[overs can cause smoke and
possibly damage the cooktop.
enough
.
Hold
the
of the
will also
handle
utensil
of the
when
pan to prevent
stirring
movement
or turning
food.
efficiency.
Turn handles
not extend
areas, or the
prevent hot
of flammable
children.
Other than the use of metal pans, only certain types
of glass, heatproof
glass ceramic,
ceramic,
earthenware,
or other glazed utensils are suitable
for cooktop use.These types of utensils may break
of utensils inward so that they do
over adjacent work areas, cooking
edge of the cool<top. This will help
food spills, risk of burns and ignition
materials, and preventing access by
with sudden temperature changes. Use only on low
or medium heat settings according to the utensil
manufacturer's directions.
Clean
The cooktop is for cooking. Never use itto warm
or heat a room.
hot top
Do
Be sure your appliance is propermy installed
and grounded
by a qualified
servicer
in
accordance
with
the
|nstamlation
instructions
provided
with
with
caution.
while
the
cooktop
the
metal
razor
not use a wet
sponge
If the
is hot,
blade
or cloth
noxious
soil must
clean
scraper
while
fumes
the
only.
it is hot.
if applied
with the cooktop.
to a qualified
the ventilation
cooktop
Do not repair
or replace
any part of the
appliance
unless specifically
recommended
in this manual
AH other servicing should
Always use cookware
the type and amount
cooktop
Some cleaners
produce
to a hot surface.
Clean
be referred
the
be removed
frequently
cooking vapors does
fan, intake, or hood.
system
so
that
above
or behind
grease
not accumulate
from
the
the
on the filters,
servicer.
and utensils appropriate
of food being prepared.
Do not place any hot cookware
For people who wear electronic implants such
as a pacemaker or insulin pump, it is possible that
some implants may be affected by magnetic fields.
for
You should not carry the control knob (inTwisT
dial) in your pockets. The control knob is highly
magnetic and persons wearing electronic implants
should keep the control knob at least four inches
from the implant.
on the control
panel area.
Save These
instructions
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NES Cooktop
Use and Care
Manuam
Cooktop
Models
Cooktop
-6
o/
8
-9
-10
e,o_cH
NES 730 UC - 30"
-6
15C)-8
-9
-10
NES 930 UC - 36"
NO,
TYPE
SIZE
WATTAGE
H
DuaH
5oH/2" / 9" (H40 / 230 ram)
[[00/ 2500
2,
S[ngHe
5oH/2" (H40 ram)
[200
3
DuaH
5" / 7" ([20 / [80 mm)
700 / [700
4
S[ngHe
6" ([ 60 mm)
[500
5
DuaH
5"/8"(H20
6
DuaH EHement ON Indicator
7
Heating Elements Selector Pads
8
mTw[sT D[aHLocation
9
Function
H95mm)
800 / [900
Dghts Ond[cates inner and outer eHements are on)
Pads (See Page 6)
NO POVVER OFF Pad (See Page 6)
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Modems
NE$ Cooktop
Use and Care Manuam
Cooktop
Cooktop
BEFORE
USJNGTHE
FORTHE
COOKTOP
FJRSTTJME
Remove
the
Operating
all
packing
cooktop
While
materials
and
literature
from
surface.
cool, wipe with a clean, damp sponge and
Operating
instructions
Instructions
Genera[
Operation
of Cooktop
The cooktop uses touch pads and a magnetic dial to
operate the cooktop.When touching the glass of a touch
pad, such as an dement or function pad, use the flat
part of the finger and touch the center of the pad. A
beep will sound when touching any of these pads.
dry.
rnTwisT
"
Apply the Cool<top Cleaning
Creme @ packaged
with the cool<top. Buff with a clean cloth. (See
Page 9 for daily care instructions.}
There may be a slight odor during the first several
uses; this is normal and will disappear.
°
Optimum cooking results depend on the proper
cool<ware being selected and used. (See Page 7.)
°
The cooking surface will hold the heat and remain
hot up to 25 or 30 minutes after the elements
have been turned off.
°
Read all safety precautions and Use and Care
Manual information prior to operating.
Precautions for Long Life and Good Appearance of
the Surface
Regular, daily care using the Cool<top Cleaning
Creme will protect the surface and make it easier
to remove food soil and water spots.
"
°
The ceramic glass cooking surface is a durable
material resistant to impact but not unbreakable
if a pan or other object is dropped on it.
Do not use aluminum foil directly on the glass; it
The cod<top uses a mTwisT magnetic dial to select
the desired heat setting. The inTwisT dial is held onto
the cool<top by a strong magnet and automatically
positions itself in the center of the dial location when
placed on the cooktop.
Note: If the dial is removed from the cooktop when
in use, all elements will be turned off. The cool<top is
locked and the Panel Loci< light comes on. (See Setting
Panel Loci< on Page 6.)
E[ement'ON'
indicator
Light
The area above the dement touch pad being used
will show the cool< setting when the dement is on.
When the element is turned off, the hot surface
indicator
Indicator
not allow
contact
plastic,
paper,
or cloth
with the hot glass surface;
to
these
come
items
Ifa hot surface light is on, use caution when working or
cleaning around the cooktop as the cooktop is still hot_
H
in
can
Left Rear
melt or burn and damage the glass surface.
Do
not
allow
the
pan, dement
pans
to boil
and/or
dry. This
the
directly
Never
cool< food
"
Avoid
placing
metal
stand on the glass surface.
support
on the
it may scratch
U
ring, trivet
across the cooking
Left Front
or other
Retained
surface;
the glass.
Do not place wet
Right Rear
tl
glass.
Do not use the glass surface as a cutting board.
Do not slide cookware
o2
can damage
cooktop.
"
a wok
comes on in this area. (See Hot Surface
Light below).
Hot Su_ace indicator
Light
Each element features a hot indicator light to show
when the cooking surface is too hot to touch. A
letter H will appear above the element touch pad.
The light remains on until the cooking area has cooled to a
safe-to-touch temperature.
will melt and damage the glass surface.
Do
Dial
pans on the glass surface.
Right Front
Heat
The glass cooking
after the element(s)
surface retains heat and stays hot
have been turned
off. The retained
heat may be used to hold foods at serving temperatures
for a short time.
PAGE 4
The
Radiant
Elements/Setting
the Controls
Emements
Bosch UitraSpeed TH radiant
elements
use a wire
4.Turn
ribbon located under the ceramic glass surface to
provide the heat for cooking.These radiant elements
will cycle on and off by design (see Temperature
Limiters, below.) There are 9 heat setting positions
To the right (clockwise)
Emement
Setting
consists
of two
radiant
with heat setting
To the left (counterclockwise)
setting 9 (high).
Turn the dial until the desired
displayed.
warm.
The dual element
starts
ribbon
Controls
the
starts
(single
element)
I, 2 and 4 above.
I. Follow steps
Changing
may be selected for use, depending on the size of
cookware. (See page 7.)
I. Touch element pad for element
will show 0.
2. Turn
Limiters
Each UltraSpeed heating dement has its own sensor
to protect the glass cooking surface from extreme
high temperatures.
The limiters
will operate
automatically
by cycling the element on and off
regardless of the coot< setting.
Heat
dial. The first turn
cool< setting
Change
I.Touch
*
2. Display
shuts off.
The base of the pan is not making full contact
with the heating surface (due to a warped or
uneven base).
mTwisT
dial will
cool< setting.
is displayed.
Pot Size when
(for dual only)
Cooking
Off One
element
Surface
Element
pad for desired
shows
0.
After
dement.
5 seconds
the
element
Or
The pan is too small for the size of the element.
touch
dement
The pan has boiled dry.
pad twice.
Or
The material or shape of the pan is slow to
transfer the heat.
(dual
of the
desired. Display
See Pot Sizing (Page 6 ).
cycle on and off more than usual:
the Controls
Cooking
3.Turn dial left or right to new cool< setting. The new
To Turn
Setting
SettingWhile
display the current
Although cycling is normal, any one of the following
conditions can activate the limiter and cause it to
°
with heat
heat setting is
elements within the same heating area. Either the small
inner dement or both the inner and outer elements
Temperature
setting.
I (low).
from 9 (high) to I (low) and a speda[ setting for keep
Dua[
the mTwisT dial to the desired
element)
I. Place pan on element.
2. Touch element pad for desired element. Display
will show a 0.
3.Touch POT SIZING pad. Control defaults to large
size (inner and outer) element. Touch the POT
SIZING element pad again for smaller element.
Touching the POT SIZING pad repeatedly alternates
the dement size.The dual element light comes on
above element pad when using large element.
touch element pad once.
the element turns off.
To Turn
OffAl[
Elements
I.Touch
POWER
OFF pad.
After
at the
five seconds,
Same
Time
Or
Remove
inTwisT dial from cooktop.
Once
removed, the cooktop controls are locked. Replace
inTwisT dial then touch and hold PANEL LOCK pad
for three seconds to unlock control.
Left Front
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Cooktop Operating _nstructions
$e ing
Operation
The cooktop
Without
inTwisT
can be operated
without
the Controls
Dial
the mTwisT dial
Change
Pot Size - (for
dual elements
only)
J.Turn off Panel Lock (see below).
1. Select element pad for desired element.
2.Touch eHement pad for desired eHement. Display shows 0.
2.Touch
3. Choose
3.Touch element pad until desired heat setting is displayed.
the POT SIZING
4.Touch dement
is displayed.
Change
pad (if using duaH eHement).
pad repeatedHy untiH desired heat settting
Turn
Off
Setting
2.Touch
H.SeHect eHement pad for desired
Function
element
eHement.
pad untiH 0 is displayed.
Or
2. Each touch
of the eHement pad changes
setting.
Continue touching repeadedHy untiH desired heat setting
is displayed.
Power
Element
I.Touch element pad.
Heat
Cooktop
Pot Sizing pad for desired pad.
for several
elements,
select
PO_A/ER OFF pad.
Pads
Off
Turns off a[_ elements at the same time.The indicator light
above the POWER OFF pad is Hitwhen at Heast one eHement
2.Touch POT SIZING pad to change eHement size chosen,
eHement turns off.
is on.The Hight wiHHturn off when the POWER
touched or aHHdements
are turned off.
3.Turn
Panel
OFF pad is
mTwisT diaH to desired
KeepWarm
Loci(
Each element has a keep warm setting to keep hot, cooked
foods at serving temperatures.
The paneH Hock is seHected to prevent the cooktop
from
being turned on, such as for cHeaning. The eHements wiHH
not function when turned on.
To set Keep V_/arm feature:
Setting
H.Touch element
Panel
Loci<
H.Touch and hold PANEL LOCK pad for three seconds.A
Hight above the pad stays Hitwhen the paneH is Hocked.
2.Touch
element
2.To
three
Keep Warm
The
unHock Touch the PANEL LOCK pad and hold for
seconds. The Hight above the pad wiHHdisappear.
cooktop
operating.
before
heat setting.
cannot
be locked
when
[t is recommended
a surface
to
mock
the
element
is
cooktop
cleaning.
Use this pad to choose
the pot size on dual elements.
H.Touch eHement pad for duaH eHement. ControH defaults to
larger element. Dual element Hightcomes on above element
pad indicating Harge size is seHected.
2.Touch POT SIZING pad to change
DuaH eHement HightwiHHturn off.
3.Turn mTwisTdiaH to desired
H.Touch eHement
to smaller
Use
pans/utensils
shaHHow ridges
they
are
made
size cooking
above selected
Guidelines
with
with
fiat
around
of heat-safe
bases.
the
Plates
base
can
and
casseroles
be used
to keep foods
hot.
Use a trivet or steamer
inside a pan when
raise food off bottom of pan.
necessary
element.
pot
provided
materials.
Choose pans and cookware that may be safely used on a
hot surface.
ExampHe: Use ComingS'are®
"Safe for
Rangetop" rather than Pyrex® which is not recommended
for cooktop use.
heat setting.
size for different
element.
KEEPWARH
pad. L is displayed
and element comes on.
Keep dish covered
Pot Sizing
To change element
the element
is on:
pad for desired
Pot Sizing
Panel Lock
P0wec 8ff
Keep Warm
when
pad. Display wiHHshow 0.
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Cooktop
Using
Cookware
mnstructions
Cool.rare
Characteristics
The choice of pans directly
and uniformity.
following
Proper
Operating
affects the cooking speed
For best results
select
pans with
the
features:
I. Flat Bases - When a pan is hot, the base (pan
bottom) should rest evenly on the surface without
wobbling (rocl<ing).
pans are best.
Flat, medium to heavy-weight
I m_::._
_-_
Tips
Coolovare
Use
of pots
concave
Make
the
of your
flatness
Turn the pan upside
a ruler flat against
down
the
straight
flush against
each
other.
simple
test
and place
edge
of the ruler
should
be
to
determine
in the pan. Bring the water
to a boil and
location of the bubbles as the water starts
Good,
2. Diameter
match
Pans
flat
cookware
of bubbles
- The
the
may
over
base
diameter
overhang
will
of the
pan
should
element
an
even
surface
element
area.
cover
being
area
or
by
I" all
3.Tight Fitting Lid - A lid shortens cooking time by
holding the heat inside the pan.
pans
pans,
such
as griddles,
roasters,
woks,
water
bath
canners
must have the same features
and pressure
as described
above.
Use
Never
place
trivet,
on
only
ring,
cooking
surface.
such
a fiat-bottom
as
a wok
wok.
ring
or
with
pots
(See
thick,
across
smooth
metal
the cooktop.
Pans
Page 9 for cleaning.)
pans
as they
may scratch
the
Plastic,
paper
and cloth can melt or burn
when in contact with a hot surface. Do not let
these items come
ceramic surface.
not
allow
in contact
pans
permanently
damage
the cool<top glass.
pressure
cookers,
canners
support
or pan being
Foods packaged
in aluminum
foil should not
be placed directly on the glass ceramic surface for
cooking; aluminum foil can melt and cause permanent damage.
Do
Specialty
pot
used.
around.
Specialty
above.
of the
is to place
have
the bottom
of the
the
bottom
use glass
(either
bottoms
dry.
pans
marks.
rounded
or dented
See drawings
bottom
and
and
with
warped
Do not slide metal
Do not
surface.
heat
across
boil.
cool<ware
even
the
is clean
may leave
I" of water
observe
the
distribution
"
pans
be avoided.
sure
Use pots
bottoms.
of the pan. The bottom
distribution
to
the
used
on the countertop
bottom
of the pan and the
Another
pans
and
or convex)
should
To test
I
,_:...:..
a
the
PAGE 7
to
the
with the hot glass
boil
dry.
pan, the
This
element
can
and
Heat Settings
All these
settings
are
recommended
without
for Radiant
the
element
being
Elements
preheated.
Use this
A range of heat settings
HEAT SETTINGS
Type of Food
Melting butter/chocolate
I
setting
I) type
and
2) type,
quantity
4) the cook's
Delicate sauces
Finishing rice
Simmering sauces with
butter and egg yolk
vegetables,
Egs, fried
Finishing
Mill<
4-6
Pancakes
Pudding
Simmering
meats
Steaming vegetables,
fish, broths
Pan frying
Spaghetti
sauces
Sauteed
vegetables
Stewing
meat,
Braising
meat
Pan frying
soups
meat,
fish,
6-8
Stirfrying
Quickly brown or
sear meats
Hold
rapid boil
Boiling water
for
vegetables,
pasta,
quality
of pan
and temperature
of the
food
used
preference.
power source. If your cooktop is connected
to 208
volts,the same heat settings apply but foods may take
a little longer to finish cooking.
fish,
pasta
because the actua[
208/240
Volt Connection:
The Heat Settings
recommended
on this page are based on a 240 volt
or scrambled
cereals,
are listed
I-3
Bacon
Cooking
broths
as a guide.
on:
depends
3) dement
chart
rice,etc.
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NES Cooktop
Use and Care
Manuam
Cooktop
Before
Use
Dally
Care is easy when preventative
example, apply a small amount
steps are taken. For
of Cooktop
Cleaning
Creme
on a daily basis.
(packaged
with
cooktop)
This provides
a protective
remove
spots or food spatters.The
water
of the cooking surface
of this cleanem: It must
film that
makes
and
Maintenance
Guide
Cleaning
Care
Care
[°
Cleaning
Techniques
Clean the surface
with the fo[[owing
Remove
Dry
when it is completely
exception.
Sugar,
Products
and Milk
razor blade scraper.
it easy to
temperature
Sugar
Syrup,
immediately
coo[
Tomato
with
the
reduces
the protective
qualities
be reappmied
before each use.
Use a clean cloth and apply Cooktop
Cleaning Creme
before each use to remove dust or metal marks that
can occur
on the cooktop
inTwisT
Dia[
Remove
surface between
dial from cooktop.Wipe
uses.
with a hot, soapy cloth,
rinse and dry. Do not soak in water.
Side Trim
(Stainless steel models)
Always wipe with the grain when cleaning. For moderate/
heavy soil
Wipe
to use a Razor
Blade
Scraper
using a damp sponge or cloth, rinse and dry.
Recommended
Cool(top
towel
Do not use any kind of cleaner on the glass while the
surface is hot; use only the razor blade scraper. The
Cleaners
Cleaning
Cr&me
Use only a small amount.
or cloth.Wipe
Apply
to a clean paper
on the surface and buffwith
a
clean dry towel
BonAmi#): rinse and dry.
Soft Scrub _) (without
WhiteVinegar:
Razor
blade
Note:The
of cleaner
Avoid
"
How
use BonAmi _ or Soft Scrub _ (no bleach).
rinse
scraper
rinse
and dry.
and dry.
(packaged
with cooktop)
which
bleach°
contain
These
or
ammonia
ingredients
"
permanendy
etch or stain the cooktop.
Caustic
Cleaners
"
Oven cleaners may etch the cooktop
Abrasive
Cleaners
may
surface.
Use Daily
Metal scouring pads and scrub sponges can scratch
and / or leave metal marks.
,
Soap-1ffl[ed
Powdery
scouring
cleaners
can permanently
Flammable
WD-40.
Wipe
off spatters
with a dean, damp sponge
or paper towel. Rinse and dry. Use white vinegar if
smudge remains. Rinse and dry.
Cleaners
cleaners
chlorine
2.
bleach):
recommended
cleaners
indicate
a type
and do not constitute
an endorsement.
These
Glass
resulting fumes can be hazardous to your health.
Heating the cleaner can chemically attack and damage
the surface.
pads can scratch the surface.
containing
chlorine
bleach
stain the cooktop.
cleaners
such as lighter fluid or
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Apply
a small amount
of the Cooktop
Cleaning Or&me° When dry, buff surface with
a clean paper towel or cloth.
NE$
Cooktop
Use and Care
Manuam
Cooktop
Care
and
Maintenance
Chart
TYPE OF SOiL
Dry
sugar,
Melted
sugar
plastic
REQUmRE
syrup,
film
mill<
or
foil.
mMMEDmATE
POSSmBLE
or
tomato
Aim these
spills°
Failure
items
permanently
,
REMOVAL,
Remove
only these types of spills while
surface is hot using the razor bmade scraper,
the
See
illustration on Page 8.
to remove
SOLUTmON
these soils immediately
damage
can
the surface,
Remove pan and turn off the element.
" Wearing an oven mitt, hold scraper at 30 ° angle,
using care not to gouge or scratch the glass. Push
soil off the heated area.
" After the surface has cooled, remove the residue
Be sure to use a new, sharp
Burned-on
food soil,
razor
dark
in your
streaks_
and
scraper.
and apply the Cooktop
Cleaning
Creme.
Soften by laying a damp paper towel
specks
top of soil for about
Use
a plastic
Creme
or sponge on
30 minutes.
scrubber
and
or use the razor
Cooktop
Cleaning
blade scraper.
Rinse and
dry.
Greasy
*
spatters
Use a soapy
sponge
rinse thoroughly
Creme.
Metal
marks:
|ridescent
stain
Pans with aluminum,
may leave marks.
has cooled,with
AMP',
copper
Treat
to remove
Cooktop
grease;
Cleaning
or stainless steel bases
immediately,
the Cooktop
does not remove
(Bon
or cloth
and dry. Apply
after
surface
Cleaning Creme.
if this
the metal marks, try a mild abrasive
Soft
Scrub e) without
bleach)
with
a
dampened paper towel
Rinse and reapp[y creme.
Failure
to remove
metal
marks
before
the
next
heating
makes
removal
very
difficu[to
The minerals in some water can be transferred
onto the surface and cause stains. Use undiluted
Hard Water Spots
Hot cooking [iquidsdripped on surface
white vinegar, rinse and dry. Recondition with
Cooktop Cleaning Creme.
Remove boilovers and stains, before using the
cooktop again.
Surface
scratches
Small scratches
are to be expected
but do not affect cooking.
become
smoother
use of the Cooktop
on the glass surface,
[n time, small scratches
and much less noticeable
Cleaning
will
with daily
Creme.
Apply Cleaning Creme before using to remove
sand-like grains and grit such as salt and seasoning.
Scratches can be reduced by using pans with
bases that are smooth, clean, and dry before use.
Use recommended
Cool<top
daily on the cooktop.
Be Careful:
su trace.
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Diamond
Cleaning
Creme
rings will scratch
the
NE$
Cooktop
Use and Care
Manuam
Cooktop
Care
and
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Before
ca[ling for
service,
check these suggestions
QUEST|ON
to avoid
unnecessary
SUGGESTED
Element
cycles
on
the
highest
,
setting
service
charges.
$OLUT|ONS
This is normal
The temperature
[imiter operates
automatically to protect the glass ceramic surface
from extreme high temperature damage.
Element
cycles
more
than
Pan base is warped and not making full contact with
the heating surface.
usual
Base diameter of pan is too small for the size of the
element.
Pan ingredients have boiled dry.
Material of pan is a poor heat conductor;
transfers too slowly
A slight
element
Cooktop
odor is not:iceab[e
is turned
on
wi[[ not
controls
when
turn
an
on
o
This is normal with new cooktops and will disappear
after several uses.
o
Check the power source to see if a fuse has blown
or if the circuit breaker tripped.
Check power supply.
o
Replacement
razor
blades
for
"
Cooktop pane[ is locked. Touch and hold PANEL
LOCK pad until indicator light turns off.
the
o
The scraper is packaged with single-edge, stainless
steel blades. Use a standard single-edge blade for
replacement.
was
°
The cooktop
°
Cooking pan does not fit the surface being used.
o
Cookware
scraper
Cooking
results
are
not
what
expected
inTwisT
Replacement
dial
for
CaM:
TO
OBTAIN
For authorized
is not level.
is not the type or size recommended.
A back-up dial is packaged with the cooktop. If an
additional dial is required, ca[[ 1-800-944-2904 and
order replacement part #5060003783.
cooktop
HOW
heat
SERVICE
service or parts information,
call 800/944-2904. We want you to remain a satisfied
customer. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us [<now.
Write:
BSH Home Appliances Corp., Customer Support, 5551 McFadden Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA
92649. Whether you write or call, please provide us with the model number, serial number and date of
original purchase or installation.
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NES Cooktop
Use and Care
ManuM
Bosch
Statement
of Limited
CooktopWarrant
"Warranty
The warranties provided by BSH Home Appliances Corp in this Statement of Limited Warranty apply only to the BSH Electric
Cooktops ("Cooktop')
sold to you, the first using purchaser, provided that the Cooktop was purchased (I) for your use and not for
resale and (2) in the United States or Canada and is Iocated in the country
Warranty,
the term
"Date of Mstallation"
after the date the Cooktop
and are not transferable_
Standard
L|mited
BSH warrants
Date
that
Cooktop
During
used in this Statement
is installed
stated herein apply only to the first using purchaser
is free
from
the warranty
defects
period,
to have been defective
in materials
and workmanship
BSH or its authorized
under
conditions
service
of normal
for a period
center
of twelve
will repair
use without
charge.All
removed
the property
of BSH, at BSH's option.All
replaced and/or repaired
parts shall assume
of this warranty
and this warranty
shall not be extended
with respect to such parts.
E×tended
Umited
Warrant
warrants
free from defects
parts
conditions
reinstallation
heating
for a period
of use without
of any Cooktop),
replaced
parts
warranty
shall not
Other
covered
elements
of time
Conditions
The warranties
other
under
of
provided
than its normal
misuse,
abuse,
charge,
and controls
beginning
excluding
transportation,
of the Cooktop
on the twelfth
the
with
accidents
the identity
of the original
and the ceramic
(I 2th) month
from
glass of the Cooktop
the Date of Installation
or neglect,
costs
but not limited
incurred
the Identity
to labor
charges
in the performance
of the original
incurred
for purposes
shall be
and continu-
warranty
defective
period,
under
and
warranty.All
of this extended
warranty
and this
to such parts.
of Limited V_%rranty
manner
(commercial
(3) improper
operation,
exclude
defects
or damage
use of the Cooktop
maintenance,
control.Also
excluded
from this warranty
are scratches and damages
the serial numbers
have been altered, defaced of removed.
allowed
part
in the removal
of this extended
shall not
installation
resulting
be deemed
from
(I) use of the Cooktop
normal
or unauthorized
or customary),
service,
by law, this warranty
sets out your exclusive
on external
remedies
surfaces
and exposed
parts
with respect
to products
covered
and/or
beyond
of Cooktops
in
(2)
(4) adjustment
alteration
or modification
of any kind, (5) a failure to comply with applicable state, local, city, and county electrical
codes, (6) spills of food or liquid, and (7) external forces such as floods, fires, acts of God or other circumstances
To the extent
any
Warranties
in this Statement
and customary
(including
shipping
shall assume
respect
U_ited
any labor
and/or
this paragraph
be extended
the
and components
ing until the sixtieth (60th) month from the Date of Installation
("extended
warranty
period"). During the extended
BSH will replace any electric heating elements, controls,
or ceramic glass of the Cooktop
that proves to have been
normal
from
at its sole option,
Z
that the electric
in materials
(I 2) months
or replace,
shall become
for purposes
BSH further
of Limited
or ten (10) business d_ys
Z
its Cooktop
that proves
of purchase.As
of the date the Cooktop
is sold to the first using purchaser; the warranties
Warrant
of Installation.
shall refer to the earlier
or
building
BSH's
on which
by it, whether
the
claim arises in contract or tort (including strict liability and negligence) or otherwise. BSH will not be Iiable for consequential or
incidental damages, losses, or expenses.THIS VVARRANTY
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESSWARRANTIES.ANY\6ZARRANTY
IMPLIED BY LAW, WHETHER
FOR MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, SHALL
BE EFFECTIVE ONLY FOR, THE PERIOD THAT THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY
this warranty
How
to
shalI be effective unless authorized
Obtain
Warranty
in writing
TO
If your Cooktop
BSH reseller
CALIFORNIA
needs warranty
from whom
by this warranty
No attempt
to aker, modify, or amend
contact the nearest BSH authorized
Beach, CA 92649, 8001944-2904.
service
center
or the BSH Customer
OWNERS
service and there
you purchased
is no authorized
the Cooktop
refund your purchase price (where applicable),you
you wil! be reimbursed for" all reasonable expenses
covered
IS EFFECTIVE.
of BSH.
Service
To obtain warranty
service for the Cooktop, you should
Support Call Center; SSSI McFadden Avenue, Huntington
NOTICE
by an officer
BSH shall not reimburse
BSH service center
• If the BSH reseller
reasonably
close to you, you may notify the
fails to repair or replace the defective
parts, or partially
m_y have the Cool<top repaired at any Iarge appliance repair shop or center and
provided the costs are substantiated in writing and the work performed is
any repair costs hereunder
PAGE 12
which
exceed the depreciated
value of the Cool<top.
PAGEH3
Model
Number
Serial
Number
Specifications are for phnning purposes only. Refer to installation instructions and consuHt your countertop suppHier
prior to making counter opening. ConsuHt with a heating and ventihting engineer for your specific ventihtion re:
quirements. For the most detailed information, refer to installation instructions accompanyin 8 product or write to
BSH Home AppHiances Corp. indicating modem number.
We reserve the right to change specifications or design without notice. Some models are certified for use in Canada.
BSH is not responsible for products which are transported from the United States for use in Canada. Check with
your local Canadian distributor or dealer.
For the most up to date critical
instalhtion
dimensions
by fax, use your fax handset and call 702/833-3600.
Use code #8317,
BSH Home Appliance Corporation
555_ McFadden Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 " 800/944-2904
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