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Table of contents
1
Safety .................................................................... 3
2
Preventing material damage ............................... 4
3
Environmental protection and saving energy ....................................................................... 5
4
Familiarising yourself with your appliance ........ 6
5
Basic operation .................................................... 6
6
Cleaning and servicing ........................................ 7
7
Disposal................................................................ 7
8
Customer Service................................................. 8
1 Safety
Observe the following safety instructions.
1.1 General information
¡ Read this instruction manual carefully.
¡ Keep the instructions, the appliance pass
and the product information safe for future
reference or for the next owner.
¡ Do not connect the appliance if it has been
damaged in transit.
1.2 Intended use
Only a licensed professional may connect appliances without plugs. Damage caused by incorrect connection is not covered under the
warranty.
Only use this appliance:
¡ To prepare meals and drinks.
¡ Under supervision. Never leave the appliance unattended when cooking for short
periods.
¡ In private households and in enclosed
spaces in a domestic environment.
¡ Up to an altitude of max. 2000 m above
sea level.
Do not use the appliance:
¡ With an external timer or a separate remote
control. This does not apply if operation
with appliances included in EN 50615 is
switched off.
1.3 Restriction on user group
This appliance may be used by children aged
8 or over and by people who have reduced
physical, sensory or mental abilities or inadequate experience and/or knowledge,
provided that they are supervised or have
been instructed on how to use the appliance
safely and have understood the resulting
dangers.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Children must not perform cleaning or user
maintenance unless they are at least 15 years
old and are being supervised.
Keep children under the age of 8 years away
from the appliance and power cable.
1.4 Safe use
WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!
Leaving fat or oil cooking on an unattended
hob can be dangerous and may lead to fires.
▶ Never leave hot oil or fat unattended.
▶ Never attempt to extinguish a fire using water; instead, switch off the appliance and
then cover with a lid or a fire blanket.
The cooking surface becomes very hot.
▶ Never place flammable objects on the
cooking surface or in its immediate vicinity.
▶ Never place objects on the cooking surface.
Hob covers can cause accidents, for example
due to overheating, catching fire or materials
shattering.
▶ Do not use hob covers.
Food may catch fire.
▶ The cooking process must be monitored. A
short process must be monitored continuously.
WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!
The appliance and its parts that can be
touched become hot during use, particularly
the hob surround, if fitted.
▶ Caution should be exercised here in order
to avoid touching heating elements.
▶ Young children under 8 years of age must
be kept away from the appliance.
3
en Preventing material damage
Hob protective grilles may cause accidents.
▶ Never use hob protective grilles.
The appliance becomes hot during operation.
▶ Allow the appliance to cool down before
cleaning.
WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!
Incorrect repairs are dangerous.
▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be
carried out by trained specialist staff.
▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance.
▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced with a special
connection cable, which is available from
the manufacturer or his Customer Service.
A damaged appliance is dangerous.
▶ Never operate a damaged appliance.
▶ If the surface is cracked, you must switch
off the appliance in order to prevent a possible electrical shock. To do this, switch off
the appliance via the fuse in the fuse box.
▶ Set the hotplate control to zero.
▶ Call customer service.
▶ Repairs to the appliance must only be carried out by trained and qualified personnel.
An ingress of moisture can cause an electric
shock.
▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners to clean the appliance.
The insulation on cables of electrical appliances may melt if it touches hot parts of the
appliance.
▶ Never bring electrical appliance cables into
contact with hot parts of the appliance.
WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!
Saucepans may suddenly jump due to liquid
between the saucepan base and the hotplate.
▶ Always keep hotplates and saucepan
bases dry.
WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!
Children may put packaging material over
their heads or wrap themselves up in it and
suffocate.
▶ Keep packaging material away from children.
▶ Do not let children play with packaging material.
Children may breathe in or swallow small
parts, causing them to suffocate.
▶ Keep small parts away from children.
▶ Do not let children play with small parts.
2 Preventing material damage
ATTENTION!
Rough pot and pan bases will scratch the ceramic.
▶ Check your cookware.
Boiling pans dry may damage cookware or the appliance.
▶ Never place empty pans on a heated hotplate or allow to boil dry.
Incorrectly positioned cookware can cause the appliance to overheat.
▶ Never place hot pots or pans on the controls or the
hob surround.
Damage can occur if hard or pointed objects fall onto
the hob.
▶ Do not let hard or pointed objects fall onto the hob.
Non heat-resistant materials will melt on heated hotplates.
▶ Do not use oven protective foil.
▶ Do not use aluminium foil or plastic containers.
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2.1 Overview of the most common damage
Here you can find the most common types of damage
and tips on how to avoid them.
Damage Cause
Stains
Food boiling
over
Stains
Scratch
es
Scratch
es
Discolouration
Unsuitable
cleaning
products
Salt, sugar or
sand
Rough pot or
pan bases
Unsuitable
cleaning
products
DiscolPan abrasion,
ouration e.g. aluminium
Blisters Sugar or food
with a high
sugar content
Measure
Remove boiled-over food
immediately with a glass
scraper.
Only use cleaning
products that are suitable
for glass ceramic.
Do not use the hob as a
work surface or storage
space.
Check your cookware.
Only use cleaning
products that are suitable
for glass ceramic.
Lift pots and pans to
move on the hob.
Remove boiled-over food
immediately with a glass
scraper.
Environmental protection and saving energy
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3 Environmental protection and saving energy
3.1 Disposing of packaging
The packaging materials are environmentally compatible and can be recycled.
▶ Sort the individual components by type and dispose
of them separately.
3.2 Saving energy
If you follow these instructions, your appliance will use
less energy.
Select the cooking zone to match the size of your
pan. Centre the cookware on the hob.
Use cookware whose base diameter is the same diameter as the hotplate.
Tip: Cookware manufacturers often give the upper
diameter of the saucepan. It is often larger than the
base diameter.
¡ Unsuitable cookware or incompletely covered cooking zones consume a lot of energy.
Cover saucepans with suitable lids.
¡ Cooking without a lid consumes considerably more
energy.
Lift lids as infrequently as possible.
¡ When you lift the lid, a lot of energy escapes.
Use a glass lid.
¡ You can see into the pan through a glass lid
without having to lift it.
Use pots and pans with flat bases.
¡ Uneven bases increase energy consumption.
Use cookware that is suitable for the quantity of food.
¡ Large items of cookware containing little food need
more energy to heat up.
Cook with only a little water.
¡ The more water that is contained in the cookware,
the more energy is required to heat it up.
Turn down to a lower power level early on.
¡ If you use an ongoing power level that is too high,
you will waste energy.
Take advantage of the hob's residual heat. With
longer cooking times switch off the hotplate
5-10 minutes before the end of cooking.
¡ Unused residual heat increases energy consumption.
Product Information according (EU) 66/2014 can be
found on the attached appliance pass and online on
the product page for your appliance.
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en Familiarising yourself with your appliance
4 Familiarising yourself with your appliance
The instruction manual is the same for various different
hobs. You can find the hob dimensions in the overview
of models. → Page 2
4.1 Hotplates
You can find an overview of the different activations of
the hotplates here.
Hotplate
Single-circuit
cooking zone
Dual-circuit
hotplate
​⁠
​⁠
​⁠
Roasting zone
Activating and deactivating
Activating: Turn the hotplate
switch to the right until ​⁠.
Select the heat setting.
Deactivating: Turn the hotplate switch to 0 and reset.
Never turn the hotplate
switch past the ​⁠ symbol to
0.
Activating: Turn the hotplate
switch to the right until
​⁠.
Select the heat setting.
Deactivating: Turn the hotplate switch to 0 and reset.
Never turn the hotplate
switch past the
​⁠ symbol
to 0.
Notes
¡ Dark areas in the glow pattern of the hotplate are
part of the technical design. They do not affect the
functionality of the hotplate.
¡ The hotplate regulates the temperature by switching
the heat on and off. The heat may also switch on
and off when at the highest setting.
– This protects easily damaged components from
overheating.
– The appliance is protected against electrical
overload.
4.2 Hotplate display and residual heat
indicator
The hob has a hotplate display and a residual heat indicator. The display lights up when a hotplate is warm.
Display
Hotplate
display
Residual
heat indicator
Meaning
Lights up during operation, shortly after
switching on.
Lit up after cooking when the hotplate is
still warm.
Note: You can keep small dishes warm
or melt cooking chocolate.
5 Basic operation
5.1 Switching the hob on or off
Melting
You can switch the hob on and off with the hotplate
switch.
Food
5.2 Setting the hotplates
Butter, gelatine
Ongoing Ongoing
cooking cooking
setting
time in
minutes
1
-
You can use the hotplate control to adjust the heat output of the hotplate.
Heating or keeping warm
Heat setting
1
Lowest setting
9
Highest setting
Stew, e.g. lentil stew
1
Milk1
1–2
1
Prepare the dish without the lid.
5.3 Recommended cooking settings
Poaching or simmering
You can find an overview of different foods with appropriate power levels here.
The cooking time varies depending on the type, weight,
thickness and quality of the food. The ongoing power
level depends on the cookware used.
Dumplings1, 2
3–4
20–30
Fish1, 2
3
10–15
White sauce, e.g. béchamel
1
3–6
1
Bring the water to the boil with the lid on.
2
Continue to cook the dish without a lid.
Cooking tips
¡ To bring food to the boil, use heat setting 9.
¡ Stir thick liquids occasionally.
¡ Food that needs to be seared quickly or that initially
loses a lot of liquid during frying should be fried in
small portions.
¡ Tips for saving energy when cooking. → Page 5
6
-
Boiling, steaming or stewing
Rice with double the volume of 3
15–30
water
Unpeeled boiled potatoes
3–4
25–30
1
Bring the water to the boil with the lid on.
2
Continue to cook the dish without a lid.
Cleaning and servicing
Boiled potatoes
3–4
1, 2
Pasta, noodles
5
Stew, soup
3–4
Vegetables, fresh or frozen
3–4
Food in a pressure cooker
3–4
1
Bring the water to the boil with the lid on.
2
Continue to cook the dish without a lid.
15–25
6–10
15–60
10–20
-
Braising
Roulades
Pot roast
Goulash
3–4
3–4
3–4
50–60
60–100
50–60
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Frying with little oil
Fry food without a lid.
Escalope, plain or breaded
Chops, plain or breaded1
Steak, 3 cm thick
Fish or fish fillet, plain or
breaded
Fish or fish fillet, breaded and
frozen, e.g. fish fingers
Stir fry, frozen
Pancakes
1
6–7
6–7
7–8
4–5
6–10
8–12
8–12
8–20
6–7
8–12
6–7
5–6
6–10
one by
one
Turn the dish several times.
6 Cleaning and servicing
To keep your appliance working efficiently for a long
time, it is important to clean and maintain it carefully.
6.1 Cleaning products
You can obtain suitable cleaning products and glass
scrapers from customer service, the online shop or a
retailer.
ATTENTION!
Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the surfaces of the appliance.
▶ Never use unsuitable cleaning products.
Unsuitable cleaning products
¡ Undiluted detergent
¡ Detergent intended for dishwashers
¡ Abrasive cleaners
¡ Aggressive cleaning products such as oven spray
or stain remover
¡ Abrasive sponges
¡ High-pressure or steam jet cleaners
6.2 Cleaning the glass ceramic
Clean the hob after every use to stop cooking residues
from getting burnt on.
Note: Note the information on unsuitable cleaning
products. → Page 7
Requirement: The hob has cooled down.
1. Remove heavy soiling using a glass scraper.
2. Clean the hob with a cleaning product for glass
ceramic.
Follow the cleaning instructions on the product
packaging.
Tip: You can achieve good cleaning results using a
special sponge for glass ceramic.
6.3 Cleaning the hob surround
Clean the hob frame after use if dirty or stained.
Notes
¡ Note the information on unsuitable cleaning
products. → Page 7
¡ Do not use the glass scraper.
1. Clean the hob frame with hot soapy water and a soft
cloth.
Wash new sponge cloths thoroughly before use.
2. Dry with a soft cloth.
7 Disposal
Find out here how to dispose of old appliances correctly.
7.1 Disposing of old appliance
Valuable raw materials can be reused by recycling.
▶ Dispose of the appliance in an environmentally
friendly manner.
Information about current disposal methods are
available from your specialist dealer or local authority.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive
2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances
(waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE).
The guideline determines the framework for the return and recycling of
used appliances as applicable
throughout the EU.
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en Customer Service
8 Customer Service
If you have any queries on use, are unable to rectify
faults on the appliance yourself or if your appliance
needs to be repaired, contact Customer Service.
Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the
corresponding Ecodesign Order can be obtained from
Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from
the date on which your appliance was placed on the
market within the European Economic Area.
Note: Under the terms of the manufacturer's warranty
the use of Customer Service is free of charge.
Detailed information on the warranty period and terms
of warranty in your country is available from our aftersales service, your retailer or on our website.
If you contact Customer Service, you will require the
product number (E-Nr.) and the production number
(FD) of your appliance.
The contact details for Customer Service can be found
in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our
website.
8.1 Product number (E-Nr.) and production
number (FD)
You can find the product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate.
The rating plate can be found:
¡ on the appliance certificate.
¡ on the lower section of the hob.
Make a note of your appliance's details and the Customer Service telephone number to find them again
quickly.
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