Congratulations on your purchase on your Commercial Pro

Congratulations on your purchase on your Commercial Pro
Congratulations on your purchase on your Commercial Pro International product. Provided in this manual are
necessary details to ensure efficient, effective and safe operation of your new equipment while maintaining the best
possible performance. Please take time to carefully read through this manual
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
UPC
Dimension(W*D*H)
Voltage
Watts
Weight
Pan Material
Temperature
SIN-10
814387010220
12.92”*16.35”*3.96”
120V/60Hz
1800W
5kg
S/S #304
150 Fahrenheit ~~450
Fahrenheit
CIN-10
814387010183
12.92”*16.35”*3.96”
120V/60Hz
1800W
5kg
S/S #304
150 Fahrenheit ~~450
Fahrenheit
COMPLIANCE
Commercial Pro International Products have undergone regulatory standard and testing procedures and as testimony to this
carry the following marks and symbols:
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CAUTION
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS!
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed.
DO NOT operate induction range if unit appears damaged or malfunctions in any manner. Call customer service for
assistance.
Including the following:
Read all instructions and be properly trained before operating induction range.
Do not touch ceramic glass plate surfaces while or after cooking, ceramic glass surface will become hot from heat
generated by cooking pan.
To protect against electrical shock do not immerse cord, plugs, or appliance in water or any liquid.
Close supervision is necessary when induction range is being used. Operator must be properly trained on all
operational and safety procedures, especially when using near children.
Unplug unit when not in use and before cleaning. Allow unit to cool before moving or cleaning.
Do not operate the appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in
any manner. Call our customer service for assistance.
The use of any accessories or cooking pans, which are not recommended by the manufacturer, may cause injuries.
Do not use outdoors, indoor use only.
Do not allow power cord to hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
Do not place the induction range in, on, or near open flames, electric burners, heated ovens, or other high temperature
equipment or surroundings.
To disconnect, turn off all controls, then gently remove plug from wall outlet.
Do not use induction range for anything other than cooking with suitable pans and subversion.
Do not immerse induction range in water, as this will cause permanent damage to unit.
Do Not Use if ceramic glass cook top should break or crack, as cleaning solutions and spillovers may penetrate the
broken cook-top and could create an electrical shock risk.
Before Cleaning Ceramic Glass Plate Surface – Unit must be unplugged and cool to touch. Wipe ceramic glass plate
with damp cloth and only use a non-abrasive glass cleaning solution on spills.
Caution - To ensure continued protection against risk of electric shock, connect to properly grounded outlets only.
Do not heat any empty pans or pots as this will automatically activate the over heating protection device and shut off
unit. Never heat any sealed metal cans on induction range as this could cause them to explode and unit to shut down.
Do not place metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons, lids, cans and aluminum foils on or near the top glass
plate.
Allow sufficient space around the cooking area and always place unit on level flat surface. Do not block the air-intake
panel as this may cause unit to overheat. Keep unit a minimum of 4” from wall or other equipment or obstructions for
proper ventilation
Never use or place the unit on low-heat-resistant or flammable materials (carpet, vinyl, paper, or fabric).
Do not ever place any paper between the cooking pan and cooking plate. The paper could ignite.
When storing, DO NOT place any objects on top of the induction range. This could cause damage to cooking surface or unit.
Any Items with a magnetic field, such as: radios, televisions, automatic-banking cards and cassette tapes, can affect
the unit.
People with pacemakers should stand a minimum of 30” from unit while in use.
OPERATION
Installation : Maintain a distance of 10CM (5 inches) between the appliance and walls or other objects.
Cookware : Suitable cookware includes :
Steel or enamelled cast iron
Iron, steel or non-enamelled cast iron
18/0 stainless steel and aluminium (if marked suitable for induction cooking) Unsuitable cookware includes:
Cookware with a diameter of less than 12cm
Ceramic or glass cookware
Stainless steel, aluminium, bronze or copper cookware unless marked as suitable for induction cooking
Cookware with feet
Cookware with a rounded bottom (e.g. wok)
Control Panel :
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1. Time selection
2. Reduce time, temperature or power
3. LCD Display
4. Increase time, temperature or power
5. Heat, Temperature and Timer indicator lights
6. Temperature button
7. On/Off button
8. Heat button
9. Power indicator
Cooking:
1. Connect the appliance to the mains power supply. A beep will sound and the display will briefly light up.
2. Place suitable cookware on to the centre of the glass plate.
3. Press the On/Off
button to turn the appliance On.
or TEMP
4. Press either the HEAT
light comes on.
5. Press the UP
or DOWN
during the cooking process.
button, depending on your cooking requirements. The corresponding indicator
buttons repeatedly to reach the desired setting. This setting can be changed at any time
150, 160, 170, 180, 190, 200, 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 270, 280, 290,
300, 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380, 390, 400, 410, 420, 430, 440, 450.
The defaults is 270.
300W ,400W, 500W, 600W, 700W, 800W, 900W, 1000W, 1100W, 1200W, 1300W, 1400W, 1500W ,1600W,
1700W, 1800W . Total 16 level. The defaults is 1300W.
6. Press the TIMER
button. ‘0’ appears on the display.
7. Press the UP
or DOWN
buttons repeatedly to set the cooking time. The time can be set in 5 minute increments up
to a maximum of 150 minutes, which then counts down in 1 minute increments.
8. A beep will sound when the cooking time has finished, and the appliance switches to standby mode.
9. After cooking is completed, press the ON/OFF button again to turn off the unit.
NOTE: The power will completely shut off with 1 second if either (a) the wrong type of cookware is applied or (b) no cookware
is placed on the unit.
CLEANING
Clean after each use. Turn Off, Disconnect plug from power source, and wait until unit has cooled down before cleaning.
If the pots/pans are used without being cleaned, this may result in discoloration or stains.
Do not use benzene, thinner, scrubbing brush or polishing powder to clean any surface on induction cooker.
Wipe down the unit using a damp cloth
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When needed, use vacuum cleaner to remove dirt from the air intake and exhaust vent. Never insert any type of metal
or iron wire into these two vents
Never run water over the unit (If water gets inside it will damage & cause unit to malfunction.)
WARNING: an authorized service representative should perform any servicing
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If LED-display shows the error code, please reference to the solution as following
Error Code
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
Cause and Solution
Voltage is under 80V
Voltage is over 145V
The accessory and spare parts are damaged, please contact the nearest
authorized service facility for troubleshooting, repair and adjustment.
The accessory and spare parts are damaged, please contact the nearest
authorized service facility for troubleshooting, repair and adjustment.
The accessory and spare parts are damaged, please contact the nearest
authorized service facility for troubleshooting, repair and adjustment.
The cooking temperature is over 450 in the function mode “TEMP“. After the
unit has been cooled down, the unit would be automatic switches to standby
mode.
Ventilation blocked, heat cannot be blown out of the machine smoothly, it
causes device inside over-heat. Please keep a minimum distance of 5 to 10 cm
or 4” from the device to walls or other items. Please power off to eliminate the
wrong record and let the unit cool down, and then re-plug the power cord and
restart the unit.
The cooking temperature is over 300.If use the function mode “HEAT” to cook,
the max temperature is 300.If the cooking temperature is over 300 in this
mode, the unit would be appeared the error. Please power off to eliminate the
wrong record and let the unit cool down, and then re-plug the power cord and
restart the unit. If you would like the cooking temperature is over 300, please
use the function mode “TEMP”, the max temperature is 450.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Power Cord:
A shorter power cord is provided to reduce risk of someone becoming entangled or tripping.
Proper Use of Extension cord, if required.
1) The extension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord, the marked electrical rating of the extension cord should
be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance, and
2) The cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by
children or tripped over unintentionally.
3) Check local fire & safety ordinances before using any extension cords.
APPROVED COOKWARE MATERIALS
Suitable Pans:
Steel or cast iron, enameled iron, stainless steel, flat-bottom pan/pots with diameter of 12 to 26 cm or 4.75” to 10.25”
Un-Suitable Pans or Pots:
Heat-resistant glass, ceramic container, copper pans, pots with feet, stainless steel pans with aluminum bottom,
pottery, or bronze materials. Rounded-bottom pans or pots with their base measuring less than 12 cm or 4.75.”
EXPLOSION DRAWING
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
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PARTS LISTING
Part no.
Description
1C18
Glass
2C18
Control Panel
3C18
Temperature Sensor
4C18
Coil
5C18
Mainboard
6C18
Fan
7C18
The leg of the hotplate
8C18
The base
9C18
The plastic stanchion to fix the mainboard
10C18
The nut to fix the control pannel
11C18
The screw to fix the control pannel
12C18
The paster of the control pannel
13C18
The plug
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Limited Warranty
Your new CPI product is warranted to the original purchaser for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
This limited warranty is against defects from original factory imperfections in material and/or workmanship and includes labor
for replacement of defective parts, provided repairs are performed by an authorized service agency. Our obligation under
this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing any part or parts thereof. The CUSTOMER must inform the Service Agency
of warranty coverage and provide a copy of the dated sales or delivery receipt BEFORE WARRANTY REPAIRS BEGIN.
Replacement parts and accessories are warranted for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase when purchased
separately and will be verified to date sales receipt or packing slip from the item. All parts or accessories replaced under
warranty must be returned to the Service Agency.
This warranty applies only to equipment under normal use and service in the USA and Canada. It does not apply to any item
which had been repaired or altered in any way so as, in the judgment of CPI to affect its reliability.
The following are not covered under warranty; CPI will not accept liability for the following:
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The instructions in this manual have not been followed correctly.
Non-authorized personnel have tampered with the Equipment.
Non-original spare parts are used.
The Equipment has not been handled and cleaned correctly.
There is any use damage to the unit.
Damage caused by abuse, misuse, dropping or other similar incidental damaged caused by or as a result of
customer failure to follow assembly, operating, cleaning, user maintenance or storage instructions.
Labor to replace inoperative parts such as bulbs, plugs or racks due to normal use or abuse.
Materials or labor to repair scratched, stained, chipped, pitted, dented or discolored surfaces, attachments or
accessories.
Transportation charges to or from a service agency for repair of your machine. If you should have questions
relating to this issue, please call CPI at 1-800-439-7977.
Labor charges to install or test attachments or accessories, which are replaced for any reason.
Shipping Damages. Visible and hidden damages are the responsibility of the freight carrier. The consignee must
file the claim promptly against the carrier. KEEP ALL ORIGINAL CONTAINERS AND PACKING MATERIALS FOR
CARRIER INSPECTION.
Products placed or stored in the equipment are not subject to this warranty and no responsibility is assumed
thereof.
THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN EXPRESSLY AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED FOR
MERCHANTABILITY AND FOR FITNESS TOWARD A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR CONSTITUTES THE ONLY WARRANTY
MADE BY CPI. IT NEITHER ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON TO ASSUME FOR US, ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF SUBJECT EQUIPMENT
Please call CPI for service information at 1-800-439-7977
CPI pursues a continuous research program of design and product improvement. Therefore, modification in materials and
specifications may be made at any time without notice.
Commercial Pro International
Toll free: 1-800-439-7977
www.commercial-pro.com
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