USER GUIDE
Induction cooktop
CI604CTB1, CI704CTB1,
CI804CTB1, CI904CTB1
models
NZ AU GB IE HK SG
CONTENTS
Safety and warnings
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Introduction
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Choosing the right cookware
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Using your induction cooktop
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Using your cooktop’s special features
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Cooking guidelines
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Care and cleaning
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Troubleshooting
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Warranty and service
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Energy guidelines(GB IE only)
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IMPORTANT! SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The models shown in this user guide may not be available in all markets and are subject
to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in
your country, please go to our website www.fisherpaykel.com or contact your local
Fisher & Paykel dealer.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Operation and maintenance
WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not cook on a broken or
cracked cooktop. If the cooktop
surface should break or crack,
switch the appliance off
immediately at the mains power
supply (wall switch) and contact
a qualified technician.
Switch the cooktop off at
the wall before cleaning or
maintenance.
Failure to follow this advice
may result in electrical shock or
death.
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WARNING!
Fire Hazard
Unattended cooking on a hob
with fat or oil can be dangerous
and may result in fire.
NEVER try to extinguish a fire
with water, but switch off the
appliance and cover flame, eg
with a lid or fire blanket.
Do not store items on cooking
surfaces.
Failure to follow this advice may
result in serious burns or death.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Operation and maintenance
WARNING!
Health Hazard
This appliance complies
with electromagnetic safety
standards.
However, persons with cardiac
pacemakers or other electrical
implants (such as insulin
pumps) must consult with their
doctor or implant manufacturer
before using this appliance to
make sure that their implants
will not be affected by the
electromagnetic field.
Failure to follow this advice may
result in death.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Operation and maintenance
WARNING!
Hot Surface Hazard
During use, accessible parts of
this appliance will become hot
enough to cause burns.
Do not let body, clothing or
any item other than suitable
cookware contact with the
ceramic glass until the surface is
cool.
Never leave metal objects (such
as kitchen utensils) or empty
pans on the cooktop as they can
become hot very quickly.
Beware: magnetisable metal
objects worn on the body may
become hot in the vicinity of the
cooktop. Gold or silver jewellery
will not be affected.
Keep children away.
Handles of saucepans may be
hot to touch. Check saucepan
handles do not overhang other
cooking zones that are on. Keep
handles out of reach of children.
Failure to follow this advice
could result in burns and scalds.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Never leave the appliance unattended
when in use. Boilover causes smoking
and greasy spillovers that may ignite.
Never use your appliance as a work or
storage surface.
Never leave any objects or utensils on
the appliance.
Do not place or leave any
magnetisable objects (eg credit cards,
memory cards) or electronic devices
(eg computers, MP3 players) near the
appliance, as they may be affected by
its electromagnetic field.
We recommend using plastic or
wooden kitchen utensils for cooking
with your induction cooktop.
Never use your appliance for warming
or heating the room.
After use, always turn off the cooking
zones and the cooktop as described
in this manual (ie by using the touch
controls). Do not rely on the pan
detection feature to turn off the
cooking zones when you remove the
pans.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Do not allow children to play with the
appliance or sit, stand, or climb on it.
Do not store items of interest to
children in cabinets above the
appliance. Children climbing on the
cooktop could be seriously injured.
Do not leave children alone or
unattended in the area where the
appliance is in use.
Children of less than 8 years old must
be kept away from the appliance
unless continuously supervised. This
appliance can be used by children
aged from 8 years and above, and
persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge,
if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning the use of
the appliance in a safe way and they
understand the hazards involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be done by children without
supervision.
Do not repair or replace any part
of the appliance unless specifically
recommended in the manual. All
other servicing should be done by a
qualified technician.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
your cooktop.
Do not place or drop heavy objects
on your cooktop.
Do not stand on your cooktop.
CAUTION: The cooking process
has to be supervised. A short term
cooking process has to be supervised
continuously.
Do not use pans with jagged edges
or drag pans across the ceramic glass
surface as this can scratch the glass.
Do not use scourers or any other
harsh/abrasive cleaning agents to
clean your cooktop, as these can
scratch the ceramic glass.
If the power supply cable is damaged,
it must only be replaced by a qualified
technician.
Do not operate your cooktop by
means of an external timer or
separate remote-control system.
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INTRODUCTION
Introducing your cooktop
Congratulations on your new purchase. Your Fisher & Paykel induction cooktop is
the ultimate in induction cooking, giving you the speed, precision, and simplicity of
electronic control, and the easy-care elegance of a ceramic glass surface. For more
information, visit our local website listed on the back cover.
A word on induction cooking
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Induction cooking is a safe, advanced, efficient, and economical cooking technology.
It works by electromagnetic vibrations generating heat directly in the pan, rather than
indirectly through heating the glass surface. The glass becomes hot only because
the pan eventually warms it up. This technology has a number of advantages over
traditional radiant energy cooking:
Heat-up times are much faster.
Use is safer as no heating takes place unless a suitable pan is placed on the cooking
zone.
As heat is transferred without loss, you save energy.
Before using your new cooktop
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Read this guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety and warnings’ section.
Remove any protective film that may still be on your cooktop.
Using the touch controls
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The controls respond to touch, so you don’t need to apply any pressure.
Use the ball of your finger, not its tip.
Make sure the controls are always clean, dry, and there is no object (eg a utensil or
a cloth) covering them. Even a thin film of water may make the controls difficult to
operate.
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CHOOSING THE RIGHT COOKWARE
To check if cookware is suitable
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Carry out a magnet test:
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Move a magnet across the base of the pan.
If the magnet is attracted then the pan is induction suitable.
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Note: Make sure attraction is consistent across the base of the pan.
If there are gaps, such as an indented manufacturer’s logo,
then the performance of the pan will be impaired.
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If you do not have a magnet:
1 Put some water in the pan you want to check.
2 Follow the steps under ‘To start cooking’ opposite.
3If
does not flash in the display and the water is heating, the pan is suitable.
Quality of cookware
IMPORTANT!
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The quality of your cookware can affect cooking performance. Only use induction
compatible cookware that has been specifically designed for induction cooking.
Look for the induction symbol on the packaging or the bottom of the pan.
Cookware that has a high content of ferromagnetic material that continues up from
the base into the sides of the pan will give the best cooking performance.
See below:
Quickest heating
Performance
High content of
ferromagnetic material.
Heating area is
consistent across the
base and continues up
the sides of pan.
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Average heating
Performance
Reduced area of
ferromagnetic material.
Reduced zone of
heating, results in poor
cooking performance
and slower heating.
Slow heating
Performance
Very limited area of
ferromagnetic material.
Results in very slow
heating performance.
Note: This type of
pot is good for very
delicate tasks such as
melting chocolate, as
heating is very slow.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT COOKWARE
Cookware guidelines
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Cookware made from the following materials is suitable:
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stainless steel with a magnetic base or core
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aluminium and copper with a magnetic base or core
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cast iron
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steel or enamelled steel.
Cookware made from the following materials is not suitable:
pure stainless steel
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aluminium or copper without a magnetic base
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glass
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wood
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porcelain
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ceramic or earthenware.
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Do not use cookware with jagged edges or a curved base.
Make sure that the base of your pan is smooth, sits flat against the glass, and is similar
in size as the cooking zone. A small pot on a large cooking zone may not be detected.
Always centre your pan on the cooking zone.
Always lift pans off the cooktop – do not slide, or they may scratch the glass.
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
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CI804CTB model
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CI904CTB model
COOKING
ZONE
ZONE
DIAMETER
POWER
POWERBOOST
RECOMMENDED
MINIMUM PAN SIZE
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200 mm
2300 W
3000 W *
145 mm
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160 mm
1200 W
1400 W *
110 mm
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CI704CTB model
CI604CTB model
2
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Maximum output when set on PowerBoost.
USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
Touch controls overview
These indicators show which
cooking zone(s) the timer is
set for:
if flashing:
timer is selected and ready to
be set
if steadily lit:
timer is set and counting down
if flashing and beeping:
set time is up
Timer display
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shows the
number of
minutes set/
remaining
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shows CL
(cleared) if
the timer is
not set
Cooking Zone display
Touch to activate
selected cooking zone
if on:
controls (except
ON/OFF) are
locked and
unresponsive
if off:
controls are
responsive
if on:
cooking zone is
selected and
ready to be set
Keylock control
Locks the
controls
(except ON/
OFF) to prevent
unintended use
if on:
cooktop is on
if off:
cooktop is off
ON/OFF control
Turns the cooktop
on and off
Setting selector
Touch this area or slide
your finger along it to
select the heat or timer
setting. The lights
above the selector
correspond to the
setting levels (0-u-9)
Warning!
The cooking
zone is not
in use but
its surface
is still very
hot!
GentleHeat selector
Touch to activate
GentleHeat function for
the selected cooking
zone. When GentleHeat
is activated u will show
in the display of the
selected cooking zone.
To select a setting on the selector:
Touch at one point to “jump”
to a specific setting
OR slide your finger along the selector.
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
To start cooking
1Touch and hold the ON/OFF
control for 2 seconds.
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a red indicator light will glow.
20 will appear in the cooking zone displays.
3Place a suitable pan on the
cooking zone you wish to use.
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Make sure the bottom of the
pan and the surface of the
cooking zone are clean and dry.
4Touch the display of the cooking zone you
wish to use.
IMPORTANT!
Always place small pans in the
centre of the cooking zone.
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
5Select a heat setting by touching or
sliding the setting selector with your
finger.
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The setting will appear in the display of
the selected cooking zone.
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If you don’t choose a heat setting
within 20 seconds, the cooktop will
automatically turn off. Start with step 1
again.
If a display flashes
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6You can modify the heat setting at any
time during cooking.
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Touch the display of the cooking zone
you wish to adjust.
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Adjust the heat setting by touching or
sliding the setting selector with your
finger.
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The new heat setting will appear in the
display of the selected cooking zone.
alternately with the heat setting
This means that:
you have not placed a pan on the correct cooking zone or
the pan you’re using is not suitable for induction cooking or
the pan is too small or not properly centred on the
cooking zone.
No heating takes place unless there is a suitable pan
on the cooking zone.
The cooktop will automatically turn off after 10 minutes
if no suitable pan is placed on it.
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
When you have finished cooking
To turn off an individual cooking zone, but continue to use other cooking zones
1To turn off an individual cooking zone
Select the cooking zone you want to
turn off.
2Decrease its heat setting until the
display shows 0. If the cooking zone
surface is too hot to touch, H will
replace 0 in the display.
To turn the whole cooktop off
1 Turn the whole cooktop off by touch and holding the ON/OFF control.
Beware of hot surfaces
H will appear in the display of any cooking zone that is too hot to touch. It will remain
on and steadily lit even when the cooktop is turned off. It will disappear when the
surface has cooled down to a safe temperature.
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
Locking the controls
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You can lock the controls to prevent unintended use
(for example children accidentally turning cooking zones on).
When the controls are locked, all controls except the ON/OFF
control are disabled.
To lock the controls
1Make sure that the cooktop is turned on but no cooking zone is in use.
2Touch and hold the keylock control
for a few seconds. The indicator light above the
control comes on, indicating that the controls are locked.
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Note: the cooktop will automatically turn off after 20 seconds, but the controls will still
be locked when you turn the cooktop on again.
If any controls are accidentally touched while the cooktop is locked the white ‘lock’
indicator light will flash and the cooktop will remain locked.
To unlock the controls
1Make sure the cooktop is turned on.
2Touch and hold the keylock control
for a few seconds. The indicator light above the
control goes out.
3You can now start using your cooktop.
IMPORTANT!
Do not lock the controls while a cooking zone is in use. If you do, you can always turn
the cooktop off with the ON/OFF control in an emergency.
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USING THE POWERBOOST FEATURE
Using the PowerBoost feature
This feature enables you to sear meat or bring liquid to the boil very quickly. When
a cooking zone is set for PowerBoost, it uses more than 100% of the power of that
particular cooking zone, resulting in a boost of intense heat.
IMPORTANT!
PowerBoost heats food and liquids very quickly. Do not leave the cooktop unattended
when using this feature. Take extra care when cooking with oil and fat, as these heat
up very quickly. PowerBoost is not recommended for cooking with oil and fat, such as
deep frying.
To set a cooking zone for PowerBoost
1Select a cooking zone.
2 Touch or slide the setting selector up
to the last setting on the right until P is
displayed.
When PowerBoost is set
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on the large elements
The cooking zone will be on PowerBoost (more than 100%) for 5 minutes, P will then
flash for a few seconds before the cooking zone automatically reduces the heat to
setting 9 (100%).
on the smaller elements
When PowerBoost is set on the two smaller cooking zones, it will not automatically
reduce after 5 minutes. To turn PowerBoost off on the smaller cooking zones, touch or
slide the setting selector to reduce the heat setting.
5 mins
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To quit the PowerBoost setting
Either touch or slide the setting selector to a new setting or to
zone off.
0 to turn the cooking
USING THE GENTLEHEAT FEATURE
Using the GentleHeat feature
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This heat setting provides continuous gentle heat and is ideal for:
delicate cooking tasks such as melting chocolate
keeping cooked food warm.
IMPORTANT!
If reheating cooked food from cold, always bring it to the boil on a higher setting
before changing to the GentleHeat setting. For food safety reasons, a cooking zone
set for GentleHeat will automatically turn off after two hours of continuous use.
1Select a cooking zone.
to activate GentleHeat.
2Touch
The GentleHeat indicator will glow
and u. will show in the display of the
selected cooking zone.
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USING THE TIMER
Using the timer
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You can use the timer in two ways:
As a minute minder
As a timer to automatically turn off a cooking zone
IMPORTANT!
Never leave the cooktop unattended when in use, even if you have set the timer to
automatically turn a cooking zone off.
To set the timer as a minute minder
1Turn the cooktop on.
Do not select a cooking zone. 0 should
show in all cooking zones displays.
3The timer display will show 0 The timer is now ready to be set.
Note: If you do not set the timer within
10 seconds the cooktop will turn off.
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2Select the timer.
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Set the right-hand digit using the
setting selector.
USING THE TIMER
5After a few seconds the display will
then indicate for you to set the lefthand digit.
When the set time is up
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6Set the left-hand digit using the setting
selector. The timer display will flash for
a few seconds and then remain steadily
lit. The cooking zone displays will turn
off. The timer is now set and
begins counting down.
To use the cooking zone while a minute
minder is set:
7Press
to turn the cooktop back on.
The timer display will flash with the set
timer. You can now select a cooking
zone and start cooking.
The timer display will flash and the timer will beep
(note: if the surface is still hot the display will show H).
Touch any control to stop the beeping.
Notes on using the timer
Skip the last step (6) if you want to set the timer to less than 10 minutes.
To modify or cancel a timer setting, touch the timer display and reset the minutes as
desired, following the steps above.
To cancel the timer, touch the timer display. The timer will reset to 00.
Note: You cannot set a timer for an individual cooking zone while the minute minder is
set. To set a timer for an individual cooking zone, cancel the minute minder, then follow
the steps in the following section ‘To set the timer for a cooking zone’.
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USING THE TIMER
Using the timer
IMPORTANT!
Never leave the cooktop unattended when in use, even if you have set the timer to
automatically turn a cooking zone off.
To set the timer for a cooking zone
1Select a cooking zone already in use.
2Select the timer.
3The flashing indicator in the timer
display means that the timer is ready to
be set for the left rear cooking zone.
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As an example, you would like to set
the timer to turn this particular cooking
zone off after 25 minutes.
4Set the right-hand digit using the
setting selector.
USING THE TIMER
5After a few seconds the display will
then indicate for you to set the lefthand digit.
6Set the left-hand digit using the setting
selector. The timer display will flash for
a few seconds and then remain steadily
lit. The timer is now set and begins
counting down.
When the set time is up
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The corresponding indicator in the timer display will flash, the timer will beep, and the
cooking zone will automatically turn off. (note: if the surface is still hot the display will
show H).
Touch any control to stop the beeping.
Notes on using the timer
Skip the last step (6) if you want to set the timer to less than 10 minutes.
To modify or cancel a timer setting, follow steps 1 and 2 under ‘To set the timer for a
cooking zone’. The timer display will reset to 00. Adjust the minutes as desired, or leave
at 00 to cancel the timer.
You can also cancel a timer by selecting the cooking zone, and decreasing the heat
setting to 0.
Once you have set the timer for one cooking zone, you can then set it for additional
cooking zones. Repeat the steps above to set the timer for each additional cooking
zone.
When multiple timers are set:
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The timer display will always revert to showing the setting for the cooking zone with
the shortest remaining time.
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To check the timer setting for a different cooking zone, simply select the cooking
zone. Its remaining time will briefly appear in the timer display.
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COOKING GUIDELINES
IMPORTANT!
Take care when frying: oil and fat heat up very quickly. At extremely high
termperatures oil and fat will ignite spontaneously and this presents a serious fire risk.
PowerBoost is not recommended for cooking with oil and fat, such as deep frying.
Cooking tips
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When food comes to the boil, reduce the temperature setting.
Using a lid will reduce cooking times and save energy by retaining the heat.
Minimise the amount of liquid or fat to reduce cooking times.
Start cooking on a high setting and reduce the setting when the food has heated
through.
Simmering, cooking rice
Simmering occurs below boiling point, at around 85 OC, when bubbles are just rising
occasionally to the surface of the cooking liquid. It is the key to delicious soups and
tender stews because the flavours develop without overcooking the food. You should
also cook egg-based and flour-thickened sauces below boiling point.
Some tasks, including cooking rice by the absorption method, may require a setting
higher than the lowest setting to ensure the food is cooked properly in the time
recommended.
Searing steak
To cook juicy flavoursome steaks:
1Stand the meat at room temperature for about 20 minutes before cooking.
2Heat up a heavy-based frying pan.
3Brush both sides of the steak with oil. Drizzle a small amount of oil into the hot pan and
then lower the meat onto the hot pan.
4Turn the steak only once during cooking. The exact cooking time will depend on the
thickness of the steak and how cooked you want it. Times may vary from about 2 – 8
minutes per side. Press the steak to gauge how cooked it is – the firmer it feels the more
‘well done’ it will be.
5Leave the steak to rest on a warm plate for a few minutes to allow it to relax and
become tender before serving.
For stir-frying
When stir-frying be careful to lift the pan clear of the surface if tossing the ingredients.
Sliding the pan across the cooktop surface may scratch it.
1Choose an induction compatible flat-based wok or a large frying pan.
2Have all the ingredients and equipment ready. Stir-frying should be quick. If cooking
large quantities, cook the food in several smaller batches.
3Preheat the pan briefly and add two tablespoons of oil.
4Cook any meat first, put it aside and keep warm.
5Stir-fry the vegetables. When they are hot but still crisp, turn the cooking zone to a
lower setting, return the meat to the pan and add your sauce.
6Stir the ingredients gently to make sure they are heated through.
7Serve immediately.
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COOKING GUIDELINES
Heat settings
The settings below are guidelines only. The exact setting will depend on several factors,
including your cookware and the amount you are cooking. Experiment with the cooktop
to find the settings that best suit you.
Percentage of power %
100
80
60
40
20
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2
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4
5
6
7
8
9
P
Heat setting
HEAT SETTING
SUITABILITY
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7 - 8
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melting chocolate, butter, and foods that burn quickly
delicate warming for small amounts of food
gentle simmering
slow warming
reheating
rapid simmering
cooking rice
pancakes
sautéing
cooking pasta
stir-frying
searing
bringing soup to the boil
boiling water
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CARE AND CLEANING
WHAT?
HOW?
Everyday soiling
on glass
(fingerprints, marks,
stains left by food or
non-sugary spillovers
on the glass)
1Switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall.
2Apply cooktop cleaner
while the glass is still warm
(but not hot!)
3Rinse and wipe dry with a
clean cloth or paper towel.
4Switch the power to the
cooktop back on at the
wall.
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Boilovers, melts, and
hot sugary spills on
the glass
Spillover on the
touch controls and
stainless steel strip
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Remove these immediately
with a fish slice, palette knife
or razor blade scraper suitable
for ceramic glass cooktops, but
beware of hot cooking zone
surfaces:
1Switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall.
2Hold the blade or utensil
at a 30o angle and scrape
the soiling or spill to a cool
area of the cooktop.
3Clean the soiling or spill up
with a dish cloth or paper
towel.
4Follow steps 2 to 4 for
‘Everyday soiling on glass’
above.
1Switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall.
2Soak up the spill.
3Wipe the touch control
area with a clean damp
sponge or cloth.
4Wipe the area completely
dry with a paper towel.
5Switch the power to the
cooktop back on at the
wall.
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When the power to the
cooktop is switched off,
there will be no ‘hot
surface’ indication but the
cooking zone may still be
hot! Take extreme care.
Heavy-duty scourers, some
nylon scourers and harsh/
abrasive cleaning agents
may scratch the glass.
Always read the label to
check if your cleaner or
scourer is suitable.
Never leave cleaning
residue on the cooktop:
the glass may become
stained.
Remove stains left by
melts and sugary food
or spillovers as soon as
possible. If left to cool
on the glass, they may be
difficult to remove or even
permanently damage the
glass surface.
Cut hazard: when the
safety cover is retracted,
the blade in a scraper
is razor-sharp. Use with
extreme care and always
store safely and out of
reach of children.
The cooktop may beep
and turn itself off, and the
touch controls may not
function while there is
liquid on them. Make sure
you wipe the touch control
area dry before turning the
cooktop back on.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
The cooktop cannot
be turned on.
No power.
Make sure the cooktop is
connected to the power
supply and that it is switched
on at the wall. Check
whether there is a power
outage in your home or area.
If you’ve checked everything
and the problem persists,
call your Authorised Service
Centre or Customer Care.
The touch controls are
unresponsive.
The controls are locked.
Unlock the controls. See
section ‘Using your induction
cooktop’ for instructions.
The touch controls are
difficult to operate.
There may be a slight film of
water over the controls or
you may be using the tip of
your finger when touching the
controls.
Make sure the touch control
area is dry and use the ball
of your finger when touching
the controls.
The glass is being
scratched.
Rough-edged cookware.
Use cookware with flat and
smooth bases. See ‘Choosing
the right cookware’.
Unsuitable, abrasive scourer or
cleaning products being used.
See ‘Care and cleaning’.
Liquid has spilled onto the
touch control area.
Switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall and
see ‘Care and cleaning’ for
instructions
There are objects (eg utensils)
on the touch control area.
Remove the objects from the
touch control area.
Several touch controls are
registering continuous contact
(eg due to someone resting
their hand or arm on the touch
control area).
Remove the cause of
continuous contact.
The cooktop is in ‘Display
mode’
Contact Customer Care or
your Authorised Service
Centre.
The display flashes
Er03 and there is a
continuous beep.
Pans do not become
hot. The heat setting
display comes on, but
does not flash
the
when I remove a pan.
-0- shows in the
timer display when I
turn on the cooktop.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Some pans make
crackling or clicking
noises.
This may be caused by the
construction of your
cookware (layers of different
metals vibrating differently).
This is normal for induction
cookware and does not
indicate a fault.
The cooktop makes
a low humming noise
when used on a high
heat setting (especially
PowerBoost).
This is caused by the
technology of induction
cooking.
This is normal, but the
noise should quieten down
or disappear completely
when you decrease the
heat setting.
Fan noise coming from
the cooktop.
A cooling fan built into
your cooktop has come on
to prevent the electronics
from overheating. It may
continue to run even after
you’ve turned the cooktop
off.
This is normal and needs
no action. Do not switch
the power to the cooktop
off at the wall while the
fan is running.
Pans do not become hot
and
appears in the
display.
The cooktop cannot detect
the pan because it is not
suitable for induction
cooking.
Use cookware suitable for
induction cooking. See
section ‘Choosing the right
cookware’.
The cooktop cannot detect
the pan because it is too
small for the cooking zone or
not properly centred on it.
P flashes in the display
PowerBoost is temporarily
unavailable because the
cooktop needs to protect
itself from overheating.
Allow the cooktop to cool
down.
The cooktop or a cooking
zone has turned itself off
unexpectedly, a tone
sounds and an error code
is displayed (typically Er
following by two digits).
Technical fault.
Please note down the error
letters and numbers,
switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall, and
contact your Authorised
Service Centre or Customer
Care with the error code
information.
when you are trying to
set PowerBoost.
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Centre the pan and make
sure that its base matches
the size of the cooking
zone.
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
Before you call for service or assistance ...
Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to the installation instructions and your
user guide and check that:
1 Your product is correctly installed.
2 You are familiar with its normal operation.
If after checking these points you still need assistance or parts, please refer to the
Service & Warranty book for warranty details and your nearest Authorised Service
Centre, Customer Care, or contact us through our website www.fisherpaykel.com.
Complete and keep for safe reference:
Model Serial No.
Purchase Date
Purchaser
Dealer Suburb
Town Country
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
This cooktop has been designed and constructed in accordance with the following
codes and specifications:
In New Zealand and Australia:
AS/NZS 60335-1:2011 General Requirements for Domestic electrical appliances
AS/NZS 60335-2-6:2014 Particular Requirements for Domestic electrical cooking appliances
AS/NZS CISPR 14.1.2013 Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements.
In Europe:
Safety requirements of EEC Directive “Low voltage” 2006/95:
- EN 60335-1 General Requirements for Domestic electrical appliances
- EN 60335-2-6 Particular Requirements for Domestic electrical cooking appliances
Safety requirements of EEC Directive “EMC” 2014/30/EU:
- EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3 Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements
Requirements of EEC Directive 93/68
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) (for European Union countries only)
GB This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this product.
The symbol
on the product, or on the documents accompanying the product,
indicates that this appliance may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment. Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local
environmental regulations for waste disposal. For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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ENERGY GUIDELINES (GB IE ONLY)
MODEL
NO.
COOKING
ZONES
DIAMETER/
AREA
COOKING ZONE
ENERGY
CONSUMPTION*
(PER ZONE)
ENERGY
CONSUMPTION*
(WHOLE COOKTOP)
CI604CTB
4
LF (20 cm)
LR (16 cm)
RF (16 cm)
RR (20 cm)
LF 195.3 Wh/kg
LR 178.1 Wh/kg
RF 197 Wh/kg
RR 195.3 Wh/kg
192 Wh/kg
CI704CTB
4
LF (20 cm)
LR (16 cm)
RF (16 cm)
RR (20 cm)
LF 195.3 Wh/kg
LR 178.1 Wh/kg
RF 197 Wh/kg
RR 195.3 Wh/kg
192 Wh/kg
CI804CTB
4
LF (20 cm)
LR (16 cm)
RF (16 cm)
RR (20 cm)
LF 195.3 Wh/kg
LR 178.1 Wh/kg
RF 197 Wh/kg
RR 195.3 Wh/kg
192 Wh/kg
CI904CTB
4
LF (20 cm)
LR (16 cm)
RF (16 cm)
RR (20 cm)
LF 195.3 Wh/kg
LR 178.1 Wh/kg
RF 197 Wh/kg
RR 195.3 Wh/kg
192 Wh/kg
* Energy consumption for electric cooking appliances are calculated using the following Standards
1) BS EN 50304 & BS EN 60350 -Electric cooking ranges, hobs, ovens and grills for household
use- Methods for measuring performance.
Reducing the environmental impact of cooking
Reducing energy consumption will reduce the impact of cooking on the environment.
You can reduce energy consumption by:
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Thawing frozen foods in the refrigerator first
Using a moderate setting to conserve energy
Using the correct sized pot
Using a pressure cooker
Cutting food into smaller pieces - this will reduce cooking time
Use a steamer or a pan with a divider to cook different vegetables at the same time
Using a cover when boiling water to reduce the time it takes to get to the boil.
Simmering liquid cooked foods instead of boiling vigorously
Keeping pot lids on to reduce heat loss
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and models described at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous
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