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Document Outline Hob EX9..LV... Table of contents en Instruction manual ( Important safety information 5 ] Causes of damage 6 7 Environmental protection 7 f Induction cooking 7 * Getting to know your appliance 9 1 Operating the appliance 11 | Flex Zone 14 u Move function 15 O Time-setting options 16 v PowerBoost function 17 x ShortBoost function 18 z Keep warm function 18 c Frying Sensor 19 A Childproof lock 22 k Wipe protection 23 b Automatic safety cut-out 23 Q Basic settings 24 [ Energy consumption indicator 26 t Cookware check 26 D Cleaning 27 { Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 28 3 Trouble shooting 29 4 Customer service 30 E Test dishes 31 8 Intended use Intended use ( Important safety information Important safety information : Warning Risk of fire! : Warning Risk of burns! : Warning Risk of electric shock! : Warning Malfunction risk! : Warning Risk of injury! ] Causes of damage Causes of damage Caution! Overview Damage Cause Measure 7 Environmental protection Environmental protection Energy-saving advice Environmentally-friendly disposal f Induction cooking Induction cooking Advantages of induction cooking Cookware Unsuitable pans Properties of the base of the cookware Absence of pan or unsuitable size Empty pans or those with a thin base Pan detection Automatic detection in two-ring and three-ring hotplates * Getting to know your appliance Getting to know your appliance The control panel Controls Indicators Controls Notes The hotplates Hotplates Residual heat indicator 1 Operating the appliance Operating the appliance Switching the hob on and off Notes Setting a hotplate Note: Selecting a hotplate and heat setting 1. Touch the " and Ä symbols for the required hotplate. 2. Swipe your finger over the relative settings area until the required heat setting lights up. Changing the power level Switch off the hotplate Notes Chef's recommendations Recommendations Cooking table Heat setting Cooking time (mins) | Flex Zone Flex Zone Advice on using cookware As a single hotplate As two independent hotplates As a single hotplate Activating 1. Select the flexible cooking zone by touching the Ä symbol. 2. Select the required heat setting from the settings area. Changing the heat setting Adding a new item of cookware Note: Deactivating As two independent hotplates Disconnecting hotplates 1. Touch the ý symbol. 2. Select the required hotplate by touching the " symbol. 3. Select the required heat setting from the settings area. Notes Linking the two hotplates u Move function Move function Cooking areas Notes Activation 1. Select one of the two hotplates in the flexible cooking zone. 2. Touch the ÿ symbol; it lights up more brightly. The flexible cooking zone is activated as a single hotplate. Changing the heat setting Notes Deactivating Note: O Time-setting options Time-setting options Programming the cooking time Setting procedure: 1. Touch the 0 symbol twice. ‹‹ and the x indicator light up in the timer display. 2. Select the hotplate. The x indicator lights up. 3. Within the next 10 seconds, set the required cooking time in the settings range. 4. Touch the 0 symbol to confirm the selected setting. 5. Select the required heat setting. Notes Frying sensor Changing or deleting the time When the time has elapsed Notes The kitchen timer Setting procedure 1. Touch the 0 symbol.‹‹ and the V indicator light up in the timer display. 2. Select the required time in the settings area and confirm this setting by touching the 0 symbol. Changing or deleting the time When the time has elapsed Stopwatch function Activating Deactivating Note: v PowerBoost function PowerBoost function Note: Activating 1. Select a hotplate. 2. Touch the & symbol. Deactivating 1. Select a hotplate. 2. Touch the & symbol. Note: x ShortBoost function ShortBoost function Note: Recommendations for use Activating 1. Select a hotplate. 2. Touch the & symbol twice. Deactivating 1. Select a hotplate. 2. Touch the & symbol. Note: z Keep warm function Keep warm function Activating 1. Touch the è symbol. 2. Select the required hotplate within the next 10 seconds. Deactivating 1. Touch the è symbol. 2. Select a hotplate. c Frying Sensor Frying Sensor Advantages when frying Notes For frying with the frying sensor Notes Temperature settings Temperature setting Suitable for Table Temperature setting Total frying time after the signal sounds (mins.) Setting procedure 1. Touch the Õ symbol. 2. Select the hotplate. The Ý indicator lights up in the hotplate display. 3. Within the next 10 seconds, select the required temperature setting from the settings range. 4. Once the frying temperature has been reached, add the fat and then the food to the pan. Note: Switching off the frying sensor A Childproof lock Childproof lock Activating and deactivating the childproof lock 1. Switch on the hob using the main switch. 2. Touch and hold the Ñ symbol for approx. 4 seconds. 1. Switch on the hob using the main switch. 2. Touch and hold the Ñ symbol for approx. 4 seconds. Childproof lock Switching on and off k Wipe protection Wipe protection Notes b Automatic safety cut-out Automatic safety cut-out Q Basic settings Basic settings Display Function To access the basic settings: 1. Switch on the hob. 2. Within ten seconds, touch and hold the 0 symbol for approximately four seconds. Product information Display screen 3. Touching the 0 symbol again takes you to the basic settings. 4. Touch the 0 symbol repeatedly until the required function is displayed. 5. Then select the required setting from the settings area. 6. Touch the 0 symbol for at least four seconds. Leaving the basic settings [ Energy consumption indicator Energy consumption indicator t Cookware check Cookware check 1. With the cookware still cold, fill it with approx. 200 ml of water and place it on the centre of the hotplate with the diameter that most closely matches that of the base of the cookware. 2. Go to the basic settings and select the ™‚ƒ setting. 3. Touch the settings range. A will flash on the hotplate display. Result Notes D Cleaning Cleaning Hob Cleaning Potential marks Note: Hob surround { Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Using the appliance Noises Cookware Cleaning 3 Trouble shooting Trouble shooting Display Possible cause Solution Notes 4 Customer service Customer service E number and FD number To book an engineer visit and product advice E Test dishes Test dishes Cooking *9001063844*