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Instructions for use
Installation diagrams
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Important safety information
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Safeguarding the environment
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Declaration of conformity
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Before use
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Using existing pots and pans
10
Recommended pan base diameters
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Installation
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Electrical connection
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Instructions for use
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Cleaning
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Troubleshooting guide
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After-Sales Service
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Power level table
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Functions table
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Cooking table
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Installation diagrams
180 mm
180 mm
180 mm
310/190 mm
180 mm
MODEL KHIS 9010
MODEL KHIF 9010
Min. 5 cm
Min. 10 cm
5 mm
Min. 3 cm
Max. 6 cm
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Installation diagrams
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
YOUR SAFETY AND THAT OF OTHERS IS VERY
IMPORTANT
This manual and the appliance itself provide important safety messages,
to be read and always observed.
This is the danger symbol, regarding safety, warning of potential
risks to users and others.
All safety messages will be preceded by the danger symbol and
the following words:
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, will result in serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, could cause serious injury.
All messages relevant to safety specify the potential risk to which they
refer and indicate how to reduce the risk of injury, damage and electric
shocks due to incorrect use of the appliance.
Make sure to comply with the following:
- The appliance must be disconnected from the power supply before
carrying out any installation operation.
- Installation and maintenance must be carried out by a specialised
technician, in compliance with the manufacturer’s instructions and
the local safety regulations in force. Do not repair or replace any part
of the appliance unless specifically stated in the user manual.
- The appliance must be earthed.
- The power cable must be long enough for connecting the appliance,
fitted in the cabinet, to the power supply.
- For installation to comply with the current safety regulations, an
omnipolar switch with minimum contact gap of 3mm is required.
- Do not use multi-sockets or extension cords.
- Do not pull the appliance’s power cable.
- The electrical parts must not be accessible to the user after
installation.
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- The appliance is designed solely for domestic use for cooking food.
No other use is permitted (e.g. heating rooms). The Manufacturer
declines any liability for inappropriate use or incorrect setting of the
controls.
- The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Care
should be taken to avoid touching heating elements. Children less
than 8 years old shall be kept away unless continuously supervised.
- The accessible parts can become very hot during use. Children must
be kept away from the appliance and watched over to ensure they
do not play with it.
- Do not touch the appliance heating elements during and after use.
Do not allow the appliance to come into contact with cloths or other
flammable materials until all the components have cooled sufficiently.
- Do not place flammable materials on or near the appliance.
- Overheated oils and fats catch fire easily. Pay attention when cooking
food products rich in fat and oil.
- 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 use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand hazards involved. Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
- A separator panel (not supplied) must be installed in the
compartment under the appliance.
- If the surface is cracked, switch the appliance off to avoid any risk of
an electric shock (only for hobs with glass top).
- The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external
timer or separate remote control system.
- 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 then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire
blanket.
Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking surfaces.
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- Do not use steam cleaners.
- Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be
placed on the hob surface since they can get hot.
- After use, switch the heating element off using the knob: do not rely
on the automatic pan detection sensor (only for induction hobs).
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Safeguarding the environment
Disposal of packaging materials
The packaging material is entirely recyclable and
marked with the recycling symbol (
). Do not
dispose of the various packaging materials
carelessly, but do so responsibly and in full
compliance with local authority regulations
governing waste disposal.
Energy saving
For optimum results, observe the following advice:
• Use pots and pans whose bottom diameter is
equal to that of the cooking zone.
• Only use flat-bottomed pots and pans.
• If possible, keep pot lids on during cooking.
• Cook vegetables, potatoes, etc. with little water
in order to reduce cooking time.
• Use a pressure cooker to save even more
energy and time (do not use in "SENSOR"
mode).
• Make sure you place the pot or pan in the
centre of the cooking zone outlined on the hob.
Scrapping
This appliance is marked in compliance with
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.
The symbol
on the appliance or accompanying
documentation indicates that this product should
not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste but
must be taken to a collection point for the
treatment of WEEE.
Declaration of conformity
This appliance is designed to come into contact
with food and complies with Regulation (
) no.
1935/2004, and has been designed, constructed
and marketed in compliance with the safety
requirements of "Low Voltage" Directive
2006/95/EC (replacing 73/23/EEC as amended) and
protection requirements of "EMC" Directive
2004/108/EC.
Before use
IMPORTANT: the cooking zones will not switch on if pots and pans are not of
the correct dimensions. Only use pots bearing the symbol "INDUCTION
SYSTEM" (See figure opposite). Before switching the hob on, position the pot on
the desired cooking zone.
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Using existing pots and pans
Use a magnet to check whether pots or pans are suitable for use on the induction hob: pots are unsuitable
if they cannot be magnetically detected.
- Ensure pots have a smooth bottom, otherwise they may scratch the hob's glass ceramic surface. Check
dishes.
- Never place hot pots or pans on the hob's control panel. This could result in damage.
OK
NO
Recommended pan base diameters
XL
Ø 30 cm
Ø 14 cm
(Dual zone) ➔ 30 cm
XL
Ø 28 cm
Ø 18 cm
Ø 14 cm
(Dual zone) ➔ 28 cm
L
Ø 24 cm
Ø 17 cm ➔ 24 cm
L
Ø 21 cm
Ø 15 cm ➔ 21 cm
M
Ø 18 cm
Ø 14 cm ➔ 18 cm
S
Ø 14,5 cm
Ø 11 cm ➔ 14,5 cm
IMPORTANT: Refer to the "SENSOR" section for correct pan base diameters for cooking zones with
SENSOR function.
Installation
After unpacking the hob, check that there has been no damage during
transport. If in doubt, contact the dealer or After-Sales Service.
PREPARING THE HOUSING UNIT
- Install a separator panel under the hob.
- The lower part of the product must not be accessible after
installation.
- If there is an oven beneath the hob, do not install the separator
panel.
min 5 mm
WARNING
• For the distance between the underside of the appliance and the
separator panel below, observe the dimensions given in the figure.
min 20 mm
• Do not obstruct the minimum required clearance between the hob and
the top of the unit to ensure the correct operation of the product.
min 5 mm
• Cut the worktop to fit before installing the hob and carefully remove
any shavings or sawdust.
• If there is an oven beneath the hob, check it has a cooling system.
• For flush-mounting, call the After-Sales Service to fit screw kit 4801 211 00112 supplied with the
product.
• Do not install the hob over a dishwasher or washing machine, as the electronic circuits could become
damaged by steam and humidity.
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Electrical connection
WARNING
- Disconnect the appliance from the mains power supply.
- Installation must be carried out by a qualified electrician who is fully aware of current safety
and installation regulations.
- The manufacturer declines all liability for injury to persons or animals and for damage to
property resulting from failure to observe the regulations provided in this chapter.
- The power supply cables must be long enough to allow the hob to be removed from the
worktop.
- Make sure the voltage specified on the appliance rating plate is the same as that of the
house electrical system.
- Do not use an extension cord.
Connecting to the terminal board
If the hob already has two power supply cables provided, follow the instructions in the bag attached to the
cable.
Connect the cables to the two terminal boards present on the bottom of the product.
IMPORTANT: for 400 V 3N~ connection only, use only one power supply cable (connecting it to the
terminal board of the main electronic module) in addition to the 3 x 1.5 mm2 wiring to connect the main
terminal board to that of the auxiliary electronic module. For electrical connection, see the instruction
attached to the 3 x 1.5 mm2 wiring.
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Electrical connection
If the hob does not have power supply cables provided, for electrical connection, use two H05RR-F type
cables (to be connected to the two terminal boards) as indicated in the table below.
Conductors
Amount x size
220-240 V ~ +
3 x 4 mm2
230-240 V ~ +
3 x 4 mm2 (Australia only)
220-240 V 3 ~ +
4 x 1,5 mm2
380-415 V 3N ~ +
5 x 1,5 mm2
380-415 V 2N ~ +
4 x 1,5 mm2
A
B
380-415 V 3N ~
220-240 V ~
380-415 V 2N ~
220-240 V 3 ~
(Belgium only)
230-240 V ~ (Australia only)
220-240 V ~ (UK only)
C
Connect the yellow/green earth wire to the terminal with the symbol
This wire must be longer than the other wires.
380-415 V 2N ~
(NL only)
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1. Remove the terminal block cover (A), undoing the screw and inserting the cover in the terminal block
hinge (B).
2. Strip approx. 70 mm of sheath from the power supply cable.
3. Strip approx. 10 mm of sheath from the wires. Insert the power supply cable into the cable clamp and
connect the wires to the terminal board as indicated in the diagram next to the terminal board itself.
4. Secure the power cable with the cable clamp.
5. Close the cover (C) and screw it on the terminal block with the removed screw - point (1).
Repeat the same procedure for the second terminal board.
Each time the cooktop is connected to the mains it carries out an automatic check which lasts several
seconds.
Connect the appliance to the mains electricity supply using a multipole switch disconnector with minimum
contact gap of 3 mm.
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Instructions for use
Control Panel Description
The control panel is equipped with touch controls: to use them, just press the corresponding symbol (a
light touch is sufficient).
To select and activate the cooking zones
To activate the
flexible zone
function
Switching/
the hob
ON/OFF
To set the
minute minder
Slide touchscreen
To select one of the
automatic functions
To enable the
hold function
To lock the
control panel
First use / after a power failure
After connecting the hob to the electrical power supply, the control panel is locked (the indicator light
above the key is ON).
To unlock the control panel, press and hold the
key for 3 seconds. The indicator light switches off
and the hob can be used normally.
Switching the hob ON/OFF
To switch the hob on, press and hold down the
key for about 2 seconds: the indicator light above the
key turns on and hyphens appear inside the cooking zone circles.
To switch off, press the same key until the hob switches off. All the cooking zones are deactivated.
i
The hob automatically switches off if no function is selected within 10 seconds of switching on.
Activating and adjusting cooking zones
Indicates that one of the
automatic functions is On
Cooking zone timer
Cooking zone selection and
selected cooking zone/power
level display
Slide touchscreen
(power adjustment)
After switching the hob on, position a pot on the required cooking zone.
Activate the cooking zone by pressing the relative round key: the round key displays number
corresponds to the intermediate power level.
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Instructions for use
If you are using a pot that is not suitable, not correctly positioned or not of the correct dimensions
for your induction hob, the message "no pot" will appear in the display (see figure on the left). If no pot is
detected within 60 seconds, the hob switches off.
To change the power level, move your finger horizontally on the slide touchscreen: the number inside
the circle will change with just a quick slide of the finger from a minimum of 1 to a maximum of 9. You can
activate the booster function by pressing "BOOST" on the slide touchscreen ("P" on the display). The
"BOOST" power level can be used for up to 10 minutes, after which the appliance automatically switches
to level 9. If more than one cooking zone is on, the slide touchscreen allows you to change the power
level of the selected zone, indicated by the presence of a luminous dot at the bottom right of the power
level indicator. To select a zone, simply press the relative round key.
Deactivating cooking zones
Select the cooking zone to be switched off by pressing the relative round key (a dot lights up at the
bottom right of the power level indicator). Press OFF on the slide touchscreen.
The cooking zone switches off and, if the zone is still hot, the letter "H" appears in the circle.
"H" is the residual heat indicator. The hob has a residual heat indicator for each cooking zone; these
indicators alert the user when cooking zones are still hot. When the cooking zone cools down, the display
switches off.
Timer selection
The timer can be used to set a max cooking time of 90 minutes.
Select the cooking zone to be used with the timer (a luminous dot appears at the bottom right of the
power level indicator on the display), then set the required time using the + and - keys of the timer
function: the time in minutes is shown next to the cooking zone display.
A few seconds after the last press, the timer begins the countdown (the cooking zone selection dot starts
flashing).
Once the set time has elapsed, an acoustic signal sounds and the cooking zone switches off automatically.
For the timer associated with the SENSOR function, refer to the description of the function on the
following pages.
Control panel lock
This function locks the hob controls to prevent accidental activation (e.g. during cleaning).
Press the
key for three seconds: an acoustic signal sounds and an indicator light turns on above the
lock symbol to confirm activation. The control panel is locked with the exception of the OFF function. To
unlock the controls, repeat the activation procedure. The luminous dot goes off and the hob is active
again.
IMPORTANT: The presence of water, liquid spilled from pots or any objects resting on the key below the
symbol can accidentally activate or deactivate the control panel Lock function.
Hold
This function allows you to temporarily hold and then resume cooking processes maintaining previous
settings (except for SENSOR function and timer setting). Press the
key:
blinks on the display in
place of the power levels. To resume cooking, press the
key again.
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Instructions for use
Flexible Zone
This function allows you to use two cooking zones as an extra-large single zone. It is perfect for oval,
rectangular and elongated pans (with maximum base dimensions of 40x18 cm). After switching on the hob,
press the
key: the two cooking zone displays show level "5"; both dots next to the level number
are alight, indicating selection as a single cooking zone. To change the power level, slide your finger on the
touchscreen: the number inside the circle will change with just a quick slide of the finger from a minimum
of 1 to a maximum of 9. To deactivate the flexible zone function, press the
key: the plates resume
operation as two separate cooking zones. To switch off the cooking zone, press OFF.
i The booster power level and SENSOR function cannot be used in conjunction with the flexible zone
function. If you use the timer, the time will appear next to the display of the highest plate.
Description of automatic functions
The hob features automatic functions for each cooking zone. The symbols of the available functions
are shown next to the selection key of each cooking zone. Every time an automatic function is selected, an
indicator light turns on next to the symbol and the letter "A" appears in the cooking zone display.
SENSOR
The SENSOR function automatically selects the ideal power level to bring water to the boil and signals
boiling point.
After positioning the pot containing water on the zone displaying the word SENSOR, switch on the hob
and select the zone. Press the
key: "A" appears on the display and the indicator light turns on. An
animation is displayed in the space next to the zone as it heats up.
i To ensure correct operation of the SENSOR function, we recommend that you:
- use water only (at ambient temperature);
- do not add salt, ingredients or seasoning (until boiling point);
- do not change the zone's power level, remove or move the pot;
- use pots and pans with base diameter between 17 and 19 cm;
- fill the pot to at least 1/3 full (at least 1litre of water) but never to the brim (max 5 litres);
- do not use pressure cookers.
For optimum results, please also observe the following advice:
- do not put the lid on the pot that is being used with the SENSOR function;
- do not activate the SENSOR function if the zone is still hot (letter "H" on the display).
When the boiling point is reached, the hob emits an acoustic signal. The acoustic signal sounds three times
at regular intervals. After the second signal, a minute counter automatically begins counting the boiling
time. After the third signal, the hob automatically selects a lower power level suitable for maintaining the
boil. From this moment you can add the ingredients, set the timer or change the power level.
Changing the power level or activating the hold function, the SENSOR function is deactivated.
- The hob manages the SENSOR function and booster levels autonomously, therefore, in some cases, it
may not be possible to activate the booster with the SENSOR function already in use;
- the quality of the cookware may affect the performance of the SENSOR function.
Multifunction key
This key allows you to select the simmering, melting or keep warm function with a specific cooking zone.
After selecting the zone, press the
key; the indicator light near the special function symbols next to
each cooking zone indicates the automatic function selected. Press the
key repeatedly to set the
required function.
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Instructions for use
Simmering
Bring the food to boiling point then press the relative key
to select the simmering function; an
appropriate power level will be set automatically to keep it just under boiling point. To deactivate the
function, simply press OFF on the slide touchscreen.
Melting
This function maintains a permanently low temperature in the cooking zone. After positioning the
pot/accessory on the chosen cooking zone, switch on the hob and select the cooking zone. Press the
key repeatedly to select the function. To deactivate the function, simply press OFF on the slide
touchscreen.
Keep Warm
Identifies a power level that is suitable for keeping meals warm. After positioning the pot/accessory on the
chosen cooking zone, switch on the hob and select the cooking zone. Press the
key repeatedly to
select the function. To deactivate the function, simply press OFF on the slide touchscreen.
GRIDDLE
This function allows you to grill various types of food using the specific accessory.
i Only use the accessory supplied.
The use of any other accessory may compromise the performance of the function.
Position the accessory on the cooking zone displaying the word "GRIDDLE". Press the
key, an
indicator light turns on above the key and the letter "A" appears simultaneously on the display. When the
hob has almost finished heating the accessory, a beep will sound every 30 seconds three times. You can
now put the food in the pot. At the second beep, a minute counter starts to measure the time that the
accessory has been at the ideal temperature.
i When the GRIDDLE function is in use, the "flexible zone" and "booster" functions cannot be activated
on the same cooking zone.
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Cleaning
WARNING
- Never use steam cleaners.
- Before cleaning, make sure the cooking zones are switched off and that the residual heat
indicator ("H") is not displayed.
IMPORTANT: do not use abrasive sponges or pan scourers. as they could ruin the glass surface.
• Clean the hob, when it is cool, after each use in order to remove any food residues.
• Sugar and foods with a high sugar content damage the glass ceramic surface and must be immediately
removed.
• Salt, sugar and sand can scratch the glass surface.
• Use a soft cloth, absorbent kitchen wipes or a specific hob cleaner (follow the Manufacturer's
instructions).
Troubleshooting guide
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Read and follow the instructions given in the section "Instructions for use".
Connect the hob to the electricity supply and check that the supply has not been shut off.
Clean the hob and dry it thoroughly.
If you are unable to turn the hob off after using it, disconnect it from the power supply.
If, when the hob is switched on, alphanumeric codes appear on the display, consult the following table
for instructions.
ERROR CODE
DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE CAUSES
REMEDY
The hob switches off
and after 30 seconds
emits an acoustic signal
every 10 seconds.
Continuous pressure on
control panel area.
Water or utensils on
control panel.
Clean the control panel.
C81, C82, C83
The control panel
switches off because of
excessively high
temperatures.
The internal
temperature of
electronic parts is too
high.
Wait for the hob to cool
down before using it
again.
F42 or F43
The connection voltage
is wrong.
The sensor detects a
discrepancy between
the appliance voltage
and that of the mains
supply.
Disconnect the hob
from the mains and
check the electrical
connection.
F12, F21, F25, F36, F37, Call the After-Sales Service and specify the error code.
F40, F47, F56,
F58, F60, F61, F62, F63,
F64
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After-Sales Service
Before contacting the After-Sales Service
1. See if you can eliminate the problem on your own by referring to the "Troubleshooting guide".
2. Turn the hob off and on again to check if the problem has been eliminated.
If the fault persists after the above checks, contact the nearest After-Sales Service.
Always specify:
• a brief description of the fault;
• the type of product and exact model;
• the Service number (the number after the word "Service" on the rating plate) located under the
appliance (on the metal plate). The Service number is also given in the warranty booklet;
• your full address;
• your telephone number and area code.
If any repairs are required, please contact an authorised After-Sales Service (to guarantee that original
spare parts will be used and repairs carried out correctly). Replacement parts will be available for 10 years.
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Power level table
Type of cooking
Level use
(indicating cooking experience and habits)
Boost
To heat quickly.
Ideal for rapidly increasing the temperature of
food to fast boiling in the case of water or rapidly
heating cooking liquids.
8-9
To fry - boil
Ideal for browning, starting to cook, frying deep
frozen products, fast boiling.
7-8
To brown - sauté - boil grill.
Ideal for sautéing, maintaining a lively boil, cooking
and grilling (for a short period of time, 5-10
minutes).
6-7
To brown - cook - stew
sauté - grill
Ideal for sautéing, maintaining a light boil, cooking
and grilling (for a medium period of time, 10-20
minutes), preheating.
4-5
To cook - stew
sauté - grill
Ideal for stewing, maintaining a gentle boil,
cooking and grilling (for a long period of time).
Power level
Max.
power
High
power
Ideal for long-cooking recipes (rice, sauces, roasts,
fish) with liquids (e.g. water, wine, broth, milk),
creaming pasta.
3-4
Medium
power
To cook - simmer thicken - cream pasta
Ideal for long-cooking recipes (quantities under 1
litre: rice, sauces, roasts, fish) with liquids (e.g.
water, wine, broth, milk).
2-3
1-2
To melt - thaw
Ideal for softening butter, gently melting chocolate;
thawing small products.
1
To keep food warm
To cream risotto
Ideal for keeping small portions of just-cooked
food or serving dishes warm and for creaming
risotto.
Zero
power
Support surface
Hob in stand-by or off mode (possible end-ofcooking residual heat, indicated by an "H").
Low
power
OFF
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Functions table
Function
Description of automatic functions
Simmering
Identifies a power level that is suitable for simmering long-cooking
recipes. Suitable for cooking tomato sauce, ragu, soups, minestrone,
maintaining a constant cooking level; ideal for cooking in a bain-marie
(creams) and regenerating cooked food. Prevents food from boiling over
or sticking to the bottom and burning, as often happens with these
recipes. Use this function after bringing the food to boiling point.
Melting
Identifies a power level that is suitable for slowly melting delicate
products without compromising their sensorial quality (chocolate, butter,
etc.).
Keep warm
Identifies a power level that is suitable for keeping meals or serving
dishes warm.
Sensor
Automatically senses when the water reaches the boiling point and
reduces the power to maintain the boil until the food is added. When the
water reaches the boiling point, an acoustic signal indicates that you can
add the desired ingredients (e.g. seasoning,
pasta, rice, vegetables, meat and fish to be boiled), but also homemade
preserves or accessories to be sterilised.
Flexible zone
This function combines two cooking zones to offer an extra-large
cooking surface for rectangular and oval containers or grilling pans.
To grill large or many food items (fish, kebabs, vegetables, steaks,
wurstels).
To cook recipes with liquids or broth such as roulades and whole fish in
casseroles/fish kettles/pans.
Griddle
Designed to be used exclusively with the accessory supplied. This
function automatically identifies a power level that is ideal for grilling
various types of food.
Wait until the function signals that the accessory is preheated, then place
food on it. The accessory supplied provides uniform heat distribution that
ensures perfect grilling of any type of food (meat, fish, vegetables); e.g.
kebabs, steaks, hamburgers, slices of fish, wurstels, cheese, vegetables.
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Cooking table
Food
categories
Dishes or type of
cooking
Power level and cooking status
First stage
Power
Second stage
Power
Fresh pasta
Heating the water
Booster - 9
Cooking the pasta and
maintaining the boil
7-8
Dry pasta
Heating the water
Booster - 9
Cooking the pasta and
maintaining the boil
7-8
Boiled rice
Heating the water
Booster - 9
Cooking the rice and
maintaining the boil
5-6
Risotto
Sautéing and roasting
7-8
Maintaining the right
cooking temperature
4-5
Boiled
Heating the water
Booster - 9 Cooking
6-7
Fried
Heating the oil
9
Frying
8-9
Sautéed
Heating the accessory
7-8
Cooking the food
6-7
Stewed
Heating the accessory
7-8
Cooking and maintaining
the temperature
3-4
Light fried
Heating the accessory
7-8
Browning the food
7-8
Roast
Browning the meat with
oil (if with butter power
level 6)
7-8
Cooking
3-4
Grilled
Preheating the pan
7-8
Grilling on both sides
7-8
Browned
Browning with oil (if with
7-8
butter power level 6)
Cooking
4-5
Stewed
Browning with oil (if with
7-8
butter power level 6)
Cooking and maintaining
the temperature
3-4
Pasta, rice
Vegetables
Pulses
Meat
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Cooking table
Food
categories
Fish
Dishes or type of
cooking
Power level and cooking status
First stage
Power
Second stage
Power
Grilled
Preheating the grill
7-8
Cooking on both sides
7-8
Stewed
Browning with oil (if with
7-8
butter power level 6)
Cooking and maintaining
the temperature
3-4
Fried
Heating the oil or fatty
matter
8-9
Frying, browning
7-8
Frittata
Heating the pan with
butter or fatty matter
6
Cooking on both sides
6-7
Omelettes
Heating the pan with
butter or fatty matter
6
Cooking
5-6
Soft/hard-boiled
Heating the water
Booster - 9 Cooking
5-6
Pancakes
Heating the pan with
butter
6
Cooking on both sides
6-7
Tomato
Browning with oil (if with
6-7
butter power level 6)
Cooking
3-4
Ragu
Browning with oil (if with
6-7
butter power level 6)
Cooking, mantaining a
light boil
3-4
Béchamel
Preparing the base (melt
butter and add flour)
5-6
Bring to and maintain a
light boil
3-4
Pastry cream
Bring the milk to the boil
4-5
Bring to the desired
consistency
4-5
Puddings
Bring the milk to the boil
4-5
Bring to the desired
consistency
2-3
Rice in milk
Heat the milk
5-6
Cooking
2-3
Eggs
Sauces
Desserts
Creams
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Whirlpool Europe S.r.l.
Viale G. Borghi, 27 - 21025 Comerio (VA)
Phone 0332.759111 - Fax 0332.759268
www.whirlpool.eu
Printed in Italy
06/13
5019 500 00044
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GB
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