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Applies to:

Machine Operators.

Objective:

It is to provide the systematic procedure on how to operate and wash the induction cooker.

Policy or Handbook Reference

Refer to owner’s manual.

Pre-Requisites

Prior to use, inspect machine and electrical cords for visible damage

 

Introduction        

The main aim of this report is to provide the systematic procedure on how to handle, operate and wash induction cooker.

Definitions and term references       

Induction cooker – for cooking

 

Completing the work effort for the induction cooker

Step

Instruction

Illustration

Expected Result

 

Installation and Operating guide

 

 

1

Only use pots and pans with magnetic bottom on the induction cooker.

 

All pots and pans must have a flat bottom.

 

2

Place the cooker on a solid, level surface.

 

 

3

Plug appliance to mains outlet.

 

 

4

Turn power on by pressing the power on/off button.

 

5

Set to the desired temperature by pressing the temperature button and adjusting it using up and down arrows.

 

6

Put a suitable pan or pot in centre of the top plate.

 

7

To switch the cooker of, press the on/off button

 

 

 

Cleaning guide

 

 

8

Always ensure that the induction cooker is disengaged from the main power supply before cleaning.

 

 

9

Induction cooker should not be cleaned with a water jet or dipped in water. Use only damp cloth or sponge dipped in soapy water.

 

 

10

Wipe off the induction cooker with a dry soft cloth.

 

 

11

Clean, wipe and wrap the induction cooker when done using it.

 

 

12

Do not use agents such as hydrochloric, to clean the appliance

 

 

 

Troubleshooting guide

 

 

13

  1. No indicator light when power "on"?

  • Cable/terminal block is loose

  • Broken circuit or blown fuse

  • Power supply stopped

  1. Heating indicator does not light-up, Appliance fails to heat up

  • Unsuitable cooking pan

  • Pan isn’t located in the centre properly.

  1. Appliance suddenly stops heating

  • High temperature

  • Air entrance or outlet blocked

  • Over-heating protection activated

 

 

 

Safety Instructions

 

 

14

  1. When this cooker is to be positioned in close proximity to a wall, partitions, kitchen furniture, decorative finishes, etc. It is recommended that they must be made of non- combustible material for fire prevention. 

  2. Ensure that the fire cord does not encounter hot surfaces.

  3. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced with a new cord assembly available from the supplier’s agent.

  4. Use heat resistant gloves. Do not iron-ended spatulas.

  5. Take care not to bump or drop the appliance during transportation.

  6. Do not leave unit in operation without an attendant.

 

 

 

Expected results

This will keep the induction cooker in a good condition.