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Bauknecht CTAC 6645 NE Instruction for Use
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Quick guide
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Before using the appliance carefully read the Safety
Instruction.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1. Cooktop
2. Control panel
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CONTROL PANEL
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Example of cooking zone
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Identifying the cooking zone
Cooking zone off button
Cooking level selected
Indicator light - function active
Timer indicator
Quick heat button
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7. Special function indicators
8. On/ off button
9. Time / functions indicator
10. Active cook button (special functions)
11. OK/ Key lock button - 3 secs
12. Slide touchscreen
MAX
13. Vertical flexible zone button
14. Presets and adjustment buttons
15. Timer
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ACCESSORIES
POTS AND PANS
OK
NO
Only use pots and pans made from ferromagnetic
material which are suitable for use with induction
hobs. To determine whether a pot is suitable,
check for the
symbol (usually stamped on the
bottom).A magnet may be used to check whether
MINIMUM DIAMETER OF POT/PAN BASE FOR THE DIFFERENT
COOKING AREAS
100
pots are magnetic.
The quality and the structure of the pot base can alter cooking
performance. Some indications for the diameter of the base do not
correspond to the actual diameter of the ferromagnetic surface.
EMPTY POTS OR POTS WITH A THIN BASE
Do not use empty pots or pans when the hob is on.
The hob is equipped with an internal safety system that constantly
monitors the temperature, activating the “automatic off” function
where high temperatures are detected. When used with empty pots
or pots with thin bases, the temperature may rise very quickly, and the
“automatic off” function may be triggered with a slight delay, damaging
the pot or pan. If this occurs, do not touch anything, and wait for all
components to cool down.
If any error messages appear, call the service centre.
OK
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SETTINGS
POWER CONTROL
With the “Power control” function, you can set the maximum power
level for the hob, based on your needs or on the capacity of your mains
power supply.
Once the maximum power has been set, the hob automatically adjusts
the charge distribution to the different cooking zones and an acoustic
signal will sound when the limit is reached.
This setting can be used at any time and will remain until it is changed.
At the time of purchase, the hob is set to the maximum possible power
(nL). The maximum power level (nL) is printed on the identification plate
on the bottom of the hob.
To set the hob power:
Once the appliance is connected to the mains power, the power level
can be set within 60 seconds.
• Press and hold down the
control for 3 seconds. The display will
read
.
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•
•
The selected power will remain in the memory, even in the case of a
power outage.
To vary power levels, disconnect the appliance from the mains power
for at least 60 seconds, then reconnect it and repeat the steps above.
In case of error during the setting sequence, the display will show the
symbol and an acoustic signal will be sounded. In this case, you will
need to repeat the operation.
If the error persists, contact the assistance service.
ACOUSTIC SIGNAL ON / OFF
To switch the acoustic signal on/off:
• Switch on the cook top.
• Hold down the P control on the first slider to the left, for 3 seconds.
Any alarms set will remain active.
OK
OK
Hold down the control until the last power setting is shown.
Use the
and
controls to select the required power.
Available power settings are: 2.5 kW – 4.0 kW – 6.0 kW – 7.4 kW.
Press
OK
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MED
MAX
MIN
MED
MIN
MAX
MED
MAX
MIN
MED
MAX
3”
to confirm.
DAILY USE
SWITCHING THE HOB ON/OFF
To turn the hob on, press the power button for around 1 second, until
the cooking zone display lights up.
To turn the hob off, press the same button again, and all cooking zones
will be deactivated.
If no function is selected, the hob will automatically switch off after 10
seconds.
If the hob is being used, switching it off will switch off all cooking zones,
and the residual heat indicator, “H”, will remain lit until all of the cooking
zones have cooled.
POSITIONING
1. Locate the desired cooking zone, by referring to the position
symbols at the bottom of each slide touchscreen.
2. Place the pan in the chosen area, making sure that it covers one or
more of the reference marks on the surface of the hob.
3. Do not cover the control panel symbols with the cooking pot.
Please note: In the cooking zones close to the control panel, it is advisable to
keep pots and pans inside the markings (taking both the bottom of the pan
and the upper edge into consideration, as this tends to be larger).
This prevents excessive overheating of the touchpad. When grilling or
frying, please use the rear cooking zones wherever possible.
ACTIVATING/DEACTIVATING COOKING ZONES AND ADJUSTING
POWER LEVELS
To switch on a cooking zone:
1. Switch on the hob.
2. Set the required power level by sliding your finger across the slider
control (SLIDER) for the cooking zone of choice.
The power level will appear above the slider. Each cooking zone has
different power levels, ranging from “1” (minimum) to “18” (maximum).
Using the slider controls it is also possible to select the quick heat P
function, which is marked “P” on the display.
To switch off the cooking zones:
Use the “OFF” control at the start of the slider control. If the cooking
zone is still hot, the residual heat indicator “H” will appear on the display.
OK
CONTROL PANEL LOCK
To prevent the hob from being switched on accidentally, press and
hold down the OK/Control Lock‑3 sec control for 3 seconds. An acoustic
EN
signal and a light above the symbol will switch on to indicate that the
lock is in place.
The control panel is locked except for the switch off function.
To switch off the control lock, repeat the activation process. The light
will switch off and the hob controls are again active.
TIMER
The timer can be used to set a maximum cooking time of 99 minutes.
The timer setting can be used on each cooking zone, following the same
procedure. The timer always shows the time set for the selected area, or
the shortest remaining time.
To start the timer:
1. Switch on the required cooking zone by pressing any part of the
slider.
2. Press the
or
control to set the required time. The display will
read “00”.
When the set time is up, an acoustic signal will sound and the cooking
zone will switch off automatically.
To change the timer setting:
1. Press the slider control for the cooking zone.
2. Press the
or
control to change the required time.
To switch off the timer:
Press the
and
controls together until the timer switches off.
FUNCTIONS
FLEXIBLE AREA
Select the “Flexible Area” control to control two cooking zones at the
same time. It is possible to use both slider controls at the same time to
control the power.
Using this function is ideal to increase the cooking zone with the
advantage of positioning cookware as needed within the selected area.
Ideal for using oval or rectangular pans or grill pans.
VERTICAL FLEXIBLE ZONE
This can be used to control the two cooking zones on the left, at the
same time.
To switch on the Flexible area function:
1. Switch on the hob.
2. Press the control for the Vertical Flexible zone
. Both areas will be
connected and the displays will read “0”.
3. Using the slider, select the power level you require.
To switch off the Flexible area function:
Press the control for the Flexibile area that is functioning: the cooking
zones will go back to operating individually.
The Flexible area function will also switch off when the hob switches off
at the end of cooking.
For the best results, always cover at least one or more points marked on
the glass surface or inside the Flexible area.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
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MAX
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MAX
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PAN FRYING*
ACTIVE COOK
With the Active cook control, you can start the special functions.
1. Put the pan in place, switch on the hob and select the chosen
cooking area by touching the slider.
2. Press the “Active cook” control. The cooking zone display will read
“A” (automatic).
3. The indicator for the first special function available for the selected
cooking zone will switch on.
4. Select the required special function by pressing the “Active cook”
control.
5. Press the control to confirm the required function
OK
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Once activated, each special function can be used to set the optimim
cooking level by selecting the presets and adjustments (MIN-MEDMAX).
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MED
MA X
The function automatically suggests an intermediate level by default.
During use, if necessary, it is possible to move to a lower/higher level
according to cooking progress, to optimise time and condition (e.g.,
boiling level of water).
IMPORTANT: Place the accessories as shown in the figure below, which
shows how the accessory needs to be centred according to the points
marked on the glass surface (the combination illustrated is just an
example; accessories can also be used in different cooking zones).
The ideal function for pre-heating a pan when empty or with
a small amount of fat. The temperature reached is ideal for cooking
foods with a thickness of over 2-3 cm and which ned to cook for longer,
or using butter or lard.
The ideal function for pre-heating a pan when empty or with
a small amount of fat. The temperature reached is ideal for cooking
foods with a thickness of less than 3 cm and which need to cook for
short periods.
The ideal function for pre-heating a pan with fat (oil) up to a
maximum height of 1 cm.
In all three cases, at the end of the heating stage for the pan or the oil,
OK
the control will switch on and an acoustic signal will be sounded. The
hob stabilises the temperature and keeps it at a constant.
OK
Pressing the control will confirm that the food is going to be placed
in the pan and the special function then passes to the cooking stage.
We recommend preparing the food during heating and to place it in the
pan as soon as the ok is given.
The optimum condition is one that uses the function starting with the
pan and fat at toom temperature.
MELTING
This is a function to take the food to the ideal temperature for melting
and to maintain this condition without the risk of burning.
It is ideal because it does not damage delicate foods such as chocolate
and also makes sure that they do not stick to the pan.
GRILL*
SLOW COOKING
A specific function to take foods to the ideal simmering and cooking
temperature, and to maintain these conditions without the risk of burning
the food.
It is ideal because it does not damage food and also makes sure that it
does not stick to the pan.
The quality and type of cookware, like the position, may affect the results
or the cooking time (always centre the pan on the activated cooking zone).
BOILING*
A function to heat water efficiently and to issue a sound or visual signal when
it starts to boil. To start the boiling function, the pan needs to contain at least
one litre of water. Only add salt, if necessary, after hearing the acoustic signal.
The system will keep the water at a slow boil, which prevents any
splashing and also any wasting of energy.
During this function, an acoustic signal will inform you if the pan is
empty or the water has evaporated.
MOKA*
The ideal function to get coffee from a stovetop pot within a short amount
of time and without problems of splashing. The system controls the whole
process, keeping the beverage warm until the function is switched off.
Ideal grilling function. It is possible to choose between two
types of grill function (1 or 2 dots) according to the required
cooking level.
For a thick food (>1 cm), we recommend using a lighter grill
setting (1 dot) that cooks for longer.
For thinner food or for a higher grill setting, we recommend using the
the 2-dot setting.
OK
Once the ideal temperature for adding food has been reached, the
control will switch on and an acoustic signal will be sounded. The hob
stabilises the temperature and keeps it at a constant.
OK
Pressing the control will confirm that the food is going to be placed
in the pan and the special function then passes to the cooking stage.
We recommend preparing the food during heating and to place it in the
pan as soon as the ok is given.
* For these functions, the use of dedicated accessories is recommended:
• for boiling: WMF SKU: 07.7524.6380
• for Moka, Bialetti: MOKA INDUZIONE 3TZ ANTRACITE
• for pan frying: WMF SKU: 05.7528.4021
• for grilling: WMF SKU: 05.7650.4291
EN
INDICATORS
RESIDUAL HEAT
If the display shows ”H”, this means that the cooking zone is still hot.
The display will switch off when the cooking zone is cool.
POT INCORRECTLY POSITIONED OR MISSING
If the pan is not suitable for induction cooking or if it is not correctly
positioned or not the right size for the cooking zone, the display will
show the following symbols
. 30 seconds from selection, if no pan is
detected, the relevant cooking zone will switch off.
TIMER INDICATOR
This indicator shows that the timer has been set for the cooking zone.
COOKING TABLE
POWER LEVEL
Max. heat
setting
P
14 - 18
10 - 14
5-9
1-4
Zero power
Off
TYPE OF COOKING
RECOMMENDED USE
Indicating cooking experience and habits
Fast heating
Ideal for rapidly increasing the temperature of food to a fast boil
(for water) or for rapidly heating cooking liquids.
Frying, boiling
Ideal for browning, starting to cook, frying deep-frozen products,
bringing liquids to the boil quickly.
Browning, sautéing, boiling,
grilling
Ideal for sautéing, maintaining a lively boil, cooking and grilling.
Browning, cooking, stewing,
sautéing, grilling
Ideal for sautéing, maintaining a gentle boil, cooking and grilling, and
preheating accessories.
Ideal for stewing, maintaining a gentle boil, cooking and grilling (for
Cooking, stewing, sautéing,
grilling, cooking until creamy longer periods).
Cooking, simmering,
thickening, creaming
Ideal for slower-cook recipes (rice,sauces,roast,fish) with liquids (e.g.
water, wine, broth, milk), and for creaming pasta.
Ideal for slow-cook recipes (quantities under 1 litre: rice, sauces, roasts,
fish) with liquids (e.g. water,wine,broth,milk).
Melting, thawing
Ideal for softening butter, gently melting chocolate, thawing small items.
Keeping food warm,
creaming risotto
Ideal for keeping small portions of just-cooked food or serving dishes
warm and for creaming risotto.
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Hob in stand-by or off mode (possible end-of-cooking residual heat,
indicated by an "H").
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
!
WARNING
• Do not use steam cleaning equipment.
• 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 scouring pads as they may damage
the glass.
• After each use, clean the hob (when it is cool) to remove any deposits
and stains from food residue.
• Sugar or foods with a high sugar content can damage the hob and
must be immediately removed.
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•
•
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Salt, sugar and sand could scratch the glass surface.
Use a soft cloth, absorbent kitchen paper or a special hob cleaner
(follow the Manufacturer’s instructions).
Spills of liquid in the cooking zones can cause the pots to move or
vibrate.
After cleaning the hob, dry thoroughly.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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•
•
Check that the electricity supply has not been shut off.
If you are unable to turn the hob off after using it, disconnect it from
the power supply.
If alphanumeric codes appear on the display when the hob is
switched on, consult the following table for instructions.
Please note: The presence of water, liquid spilled from pots or any objects
resting on any of the hob buttons can accidentally activate or deactivate
the control panel lock function.
Error code
Description
Possible causes
Cure
C81, C82
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.
F02, F04
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.
F01, F06, F12, F13,
F25, F34, F35, F36,
F37, F41, F47, F58, F61,
F76
Disconnect the hob from the power supply. Wait a few seconds then reconnect the hob to the power supply.
If the problem persists, call the service centre and specify the error code that appears on the display.
SOUNDS PRODUCED DURING OPERATION
Induction hobs may whistle or creak during normal operation.
These noises actually come from the cookware and are linked to the
characteristics of the pan bottoms (for example, when the bottoms are
made from different layers of material or are irregular).
These noises may vary according to the type of cookware used and to
the amount of food it contains and are not the symptom of something
wrong.
VERIFIED COOKING
A table below has been created specially to make it possible for
inspection bodies to use our products.
Verified cooking
Verified cooking positions
Heat distribution, "Pancakes"
test acc. to EN 60350-2 §7.3
Heat performance, "French fries"
test acc. to EN 60350-2 §7.4
Melting and keep warm, "chocolate"
Simmering, "rice pudding"
ECO-DESIGN: The test was carried out in accordance with regulations, by selecting all of the cooking zones on the hob to form a single area,
or by using the Flexifull function.
You can download the Safety Instructions, User Manual, Product Fiche and Energy data by:
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• Alternatively, contact our After-sales Service (See phone number in the warranty booklet).
When contacting our After-sales Service, please state the codes provided on your product's
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