Instructions pour l`utilisateur
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7.5 Pan recognition
An electronic sensor detects if a pan is present or absent on the radiant element. If the type of pan is unsuitable for magnetic induction cooking (see section “7.5.1”) or if the pan is too small (see table “
” on p. 79), the adjacent symbol is displayed.
If during cooking a pan is removed from the radiant element without having first returned the relative knob to “0” position, the power value, previously set and shown on the relative display, will be automatically replaced with the symbol .
If the pan is repositioned correctly on the radiant element, the symbol switches off and cooking will resume normally; otherwise, after 10 minutes, the symbol will switch off, the knob will have to be returned to “0” position and a new power value set before the radiant element can be used again.
If a knob is turned to any position before placing a pan on the radiant element, the relative display shows the set power value and then immediately replaces it with the symbol (the radiant element stands by for 10 minutes). If in the meantime a pan is placed correctly on the radiant element, cooking will begin; otherwise the radiant element does not activate and symbol switches off. To reactivate the radiant element, the relative knob must be returned to “0” position and a new power value set.
Pan recognition limits:
the diameter of the pan base is signalled by a circumference on the cooking zone.
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