Cooking Zones. Panasonic KYT936SLEPG, KYT935XLEPG


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Cooking Zones. Panasonic KYT936SLEPG, KYT935XLEPG | Manualzz

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Safety Features

Auto Switch Off

The appliance is automatically turned off when an abnormality is detected:

- Cookware not detected

(See page 36)

- Small object on the cooking zone

(See page 36)

- Empty pan on the cooking zone

(See page 36)

- Long cooking time

(See page 31)

NOTE

The appliance may not switch off automatically when an abnormality is present. Low power level and the type of cookware can impact detection.

The main power is automatically turned off if 1 minute has elapsed without any operation.

Overheating Prevention Function

The heating power is automatically reduced to prevent the pan overheating.

(See page 33)

Hot Surface Warning

illuminates when the top plate is hot.

(See page 12)

Child Lock

The control panel can be locked to prevent misuse of the appliance.

(See page 11)

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Heating Mode

WARNING

■ Stir liquids before heating.

Otherwise, ingredients may suddenly splatter or cookware may move, and you may get burned or injured.

■ Do not overheat the pan when preheating for stir frying and pan frying.

CAUTION

Take care when preheating the pan with a small amount of oil.

The pan may overheat and become damaged.

1. Select the cooking zone required.

2. Touch Heating Mode key ( ).

3. Touch slider to set the power level.

Power level adjustable range: 1 - .

For slider operation, see page 17.

See Power Level Guidelines on page 27.

Boost Function

Touch this to heat even more quickly than with the power level 9.

After 10 minutes, the power level will return to 9.

4. Turn off the cooking zone.

(See page 17)

NOTE

If no key is touched for a fixed period of time when a cooking zone is in operation, a beep will sound and the cooking zone is turned off automatically. See Auto switch off time table on page 31.

When the front and rear cooking zones are used simultaneously, the heating power is regulated so that the overall power consumption does not exceed the limit. For cooking zone groups and its effects, see page 13.

Cooking Timer can be used with Heating Mode.

(See page 25)

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Autoboil Mode

Brings a pan of water to the boil.

Available on the cooking zone with .

1. Select the cooking zone required.

2. Touch Autoboil Mode key ( ).

The appliance beeps 5 times when the water reaches boiling point and maintains a rolling boil.

After beeping add ingredients and adjust the heating power with the slider as required.

NOTE

Temperature ‘100’ will flash in the display until the boiling temperature is reached. After the water is boiled, the appliance automatically sets the power level to “7”. Increase or decrease the power level as required.

3. Turn off the cooking zone.

(See page 17)

NOTE

The cookware size and material (e.g. non-stick coating) and the volume of water may affect the sensor detection. If the water has not boiled after beeping or it has boiled but the appliance does not beep, select a power level as required.

Cooking Timer can be used with Autoboil Mode.

(See page 25)

Min. 3 cm

Min. 0.5 L / 1 L

Autoboil Mode is developed for boiling water only.

To achieve the optimum performance, the following is recommended.

Use a lid until boiling.

Use a minimum of 0.5 L of water. If a larger pan that covers 3 or more areas of flex cooking zone, use a minimum of 1 L of water.

Minimum 1 cm of depth when flex cooking zone is used.

In order to prevent water boiling over from the pan, the following is recommended.

No more than 70% pan capacity should be used.

There should be a minimum gap of 3 cm between the lid and the water surface.

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Low Temperature Cooking Mode

Available on the cooking zone with .

1. Select the cooking zone required.

2. Touch Sensor Option key ( ) once

to select

Low Temperature Cooking.

3. Touch Low Temperature Cooking Mode key ( ).

4. Touch slider to set the required temperature.

Temperature adjustable range: 65 o

C to 120 o

C.

See Genius Sensor Cooking Chart on page 28.

5. When the set temperature is reached, the temperature display stops flashing

and the appliance beeps 5 times.

- When Low Temperature Cooking Mode is used after cooking with high power, the temperature display stops flashing when the set temperature is reached but the appliance does not beep.

6. Turn off the cooking zone.

(See page 17)

NOTE

Due to the variety of food types and pans, the actual temperature of food may be different from the set temperature. Increase or decrease the setting until the required food temperature is achieved.

Cookware with a non-stick coating may affect the sensor detection.

Adjust the set temperature until the required temperature is achieved.

To achieve the optimum performance, it is recommended that the following minimum amount is heated at any one time with Low

Temperature Cooking Mode.

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Water / milk: 200 g

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Any other food types: 400 g

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All liquid and food types: 400 g

Minimum 1 cm of depth when flex cooking zone is used.

Due to the consistency of milk it is recommended to stir continuously when heating, to prevent the milk from sticking to the bottom of the pan and burning.

Cooking Timer can be used with Low Temperature Cooking Mode.

(See page 25)

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