New User Tips
1. Additional Fitting
- Placing additional cooking accessories between cookware and hob would cause accident as hob temperature could be changed and the space for ventilation may be reduced.
- Do not use burner rack other than the one provided or recommended by the manufacturer. Otherwise, it will cause overheat to the hob surface.
2. Precautions on Glass Panel
Do not place oversize or overweight cookware on glass panel or else excessive heat or weight will cause breakage of tempered glass.
3. Precautions on Hob Surrounding
Do not store any flammable materials in drawers or cupboards below hobs.
4. Precautions on Usage of Cookware
- Do not use large or heavy cookware that may bend the burner rack or deflect the flame onto the hob surface.
- Locate the cookware stably and centrally on burner so that it does not lean to one side.
5. Choose Suitable Cookware
Magnet can be your shopping assistant to identify induction cookware. Simply check whether the magnet could be readily clings to the base of the cookware to avoid uneven heating and prevent from overheating due to the heat reflection to cooktop for gas hob.
1. Reassemble All Accessories Correctly After Cleaning
Pan supports, caps and burners may be moved at cleaning. Make sure they are reassembled correctly afterwards. Incorrect installation will seriously affect the flame to ignite properly and burn the hob and its accessories as well as energy wastage.
Clean and Care Tips
1. Clear Dirt at Surface
Clean the hob immediately whenever there is any spillage after the hob cools down. Use warm soapy water with damp cloth instead of cold water to clean the hob if cold burnt-out is found. Do not clean the hob or glass panel by concentrated / abrasive cleaning agents or wire buff to avoid damage to their surfaces that may lead to accumulation of dirt.
2. Regular Cleaning of Hob Holes
Cleaning the holes of the hob frequently is crucial to maintain a clear gas passage on the flame distributor, otherwise fuel will be improperly ignited and tempered glass panel will be broken due to aging. For removal of hardened grease inside the holes, apply warm and damp cloth on it for a couple of minutes and wipe out the dirt by soft brush or toothpick. Be careful not to damage the burner assembly while cleaning.
3. Burner Cap Cleaning Method
Please do not clean by immersing the burner cap into water or washing it in a dishwasher. The flow of water may push the dirt into a deeper position, making it more difficult to clean.
4. Control Knobs Cleaning
Control knobs can be pulled off for convenient cleaning, but ensure that water will not flow into the holes of the glass panel.
5. Precautions during Cleaning Process
Avoid damage to the porcelain insulator when removing the drip pan while cleaning.
6. Precautions after Cleaning Process
After cleaning, make sure that the parts are fitted properly under dry condition. Do not drying them by gas fire to avoid water flowing to the bottom of the hob.
7. Precautions on Parts during Cleaning process
Hob parts may be relocated while cleaning, make sure to locate them correctly before using the hob. Otherwise, flame may be ignited improperly and burn the hob parts. This does not only waste energy, but may also cause damage to the burner cap.
8. Precautions on Parts after Cleaning Process
When placing the drip pan, always ensure that it is correctly located over the burner spark electrode. Care should be taken to keep the electrode clean.
9. Regular Check
To ensure home security, arrange for a registered gas contractor to conduct safety checks on the gas hob at least once every 18 months.
10. Clean Properly With Right Agents
Clean the cooktop immediately after the hob turns cold whenever there is overflowing or spills. Use warm soap water with damp cloth to clean the hob if cold burnt-out is found. Do not use concentrated or abrasive cleaning agents or wire buff on hob surface. You may purchase our Ceramic Hob Maintenance Pack if needed. Moreover, blockage of nozzle may lead to gas assemble inside the gas hob; internal heating and fire may be induced. Regular cleaning on burner caps with water or mild detergent and burner hobs with sharp objects is highly recommended to save you from domestic accidents.
1. The gas flow is not normal or there is no gas.
The gas supply is blocked by gas taps. Open all gas taps.
2. The burner flame is not uniform.
The burner components are not correctly positioned. Correctly place the parts on the appropriate burner. The grooves on the burner are dirty. Clean the grooves on the burner.
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Child safety lock
The child safety lock prevents dangerous situations arising in the first place: the switch panels are protected from unauthorised access quickly and easily. The child safety lock is integrated in the main switch for the hob. Pressing it for six seconds blocks all functions of the cooktop. The lock can be cleared by again pressing it and holding it.
Portable protective grates are another way to protect the hob. You can attach them with suction feet when you're using the hob, so children can't get at the cookware or the control panel.
Residual heat indicator
Cooktops and hobs with a residual heat indicator show which cooking zones are still hot, and so help protect against burning.
The electronic safety pilot for gas hobs shuts off the gas supply if the flame goes out.