User manual PANASONIC KY-B627GB
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] The magnetic lines of force pass through metallic cookware when an eddy current is induced. The heat that is generated by the electrical resistance of the cookware is used for heating. Eddy current
Magnetic force generating coil
Magnetic lines of force
■■ This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision. [. . . ] 21
Low Temperature Cooking Mode
Available on the cooking zone with . Select the cooking zone with large cookware, the whole flex cooking zone can also be selected by touching either front or rear cooking zone selector twice. 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. Touch and hold the key of the cooking zone or set the temperature to “OFF” to turn off. ■ ■■ ■■
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. 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. § Water/milk: 200 g § Any other food types: 400 g § All liquid and food types: 400 g
Low Temperature Cooking Mode
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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. When the timer reaches “0”, the appliance beeps 5 times and turns off the cooking zone. 27
Using Kitchen Timer
Used independently from all other cooking functions. Kitchen Timer is selected automatically if the appliance is not in operation. ■ Keep holding either ‘+’ or ‘-’ will increase or decrease hours or minutes rapidly. Adjusting countdown time: ■■ Once countdown has started, the timer can be adjusted. Note
Kitchen Timer does not switch off the cooking zone. Hollandaise) Chocolate, melting S *1 tir the ingredients while heating. 90-100
H *2 eat the water until the set temperature is reached. 30
Genius Sensor Cooking Chart
Low Temperature Cooking Mode (12 levels)
Menus Simmering *3 Soup, clear Curry Soup, cream Eintopf (German stew) Irish stew Goulash 90-100 95-105 95-100 95-105 60-120 20-30 60-90 30-40 50-60 60-90 60-90 Temperature Setting Cooking Time after changing to Low Temperature Cooking Mode (mins)
105-115 95-105 95-105 90-100 95-105 95-105 105-115 95-100
Casserole Pot roast
Tomato sauce Compote Jam
60-120 60-90 30-90 30-90 10-30 20-30
* Simmering The temperatures and times recommended are for simmering only. In such cases, cook the food items by selecting the appropriate power level, then change to Low Temperature Cooking Mode. (See page 22) If Low Temperature Cooking Mode is used after cooking with a high power, the appliance stops flashing but does not beep when the set temperature is reached. [. . . ] Using unsuitable silicone may cause permanent colour changes to marble worktops
Uninstalling the appliance as flush-fitting
■■ ■■ ■■ Disconnect the appliance from the mains. Caution
Do not try to remove the appliance by prying it out from above. 49
Electrical work must be performed by a legally qualified electrician. Electrical Requirements
This appliance must be supplied with the proper voltage and frequency, and connected to an individual, properly earthed branch circuit, protected by a circuit breaker or fuse. [. . . ]
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