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The Amica EHC 12411 E is an electric stove with a ceramic hob surface. It features four cooking zones, all of which are electric. The cooking zone powers vary, with zone 1 having a power of 1200 W, zone 2 with 1700 W, zone 3 with 1800 W, and zone 4 with 2000 W. The diameter of the cooking zones also varies, with zone 1 having a diameter of 145 millimeters, zone 2 with 180 millimeters, zone 3 with 180 millimeters, and zone 4 with 250 millimeters. The stove also includes an interior light, allowing users to easily monitor the cooking process. Additionally, it has a residual heat indicator, providing a visual indication when a cooking zone is still hot after use. This feature promotes safety in the kitchen. The Amica EHC 12411 E's ceramic top surface offers a sleek and modern look, while also providing a durable and easy-to-clean cooking surface. The electric cooking zones provide efficient heat distribution and precise temperature control. Overall, the Amica EHC 12411 E is a reliable electric stove with a ceramic hob surface. Its four cooking zones with varying powers and diameters offer flexibility and versatility for different cooking needs. The inclusion of an interior light and residual heat indicator enhances convenience and safety. The stove's ceramic top surface ensures durability and easy maintenance.
|Bulb power||25 W|
|Top surface type||Ceramic|
|Number of cooking zones||4 zone(s)|
|Number of electric cooking zones||4 zone(s)|
|Cooking zone 1 power||1200 W|
|Cooking zone 2 power||1700 W|
|Cooking zone 3 power||1800 W|
|Cooking zone 4 power||2000 W|
|Residual heat indicator||Yes|
|Cooking zone 1 diameter||145 mm|
|Cooking zone 2 diameter||180 mm|
|Cooking zone 3 diameter||180 mm|
|Cooking zone 4 diameter||250 mm|
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Nowadays almost all pans are suitable for induction. You can easily test whether your old pans can also be used on induction by holding a magnet against the bottom of the pan. If the magnet stays on the pan, your old pan is suitable for induction.
Most induction hobs can be reset by disconnecting the hob from power by unplugging it from the power outlet. You will then have to wait at least 60 minutes.
A Perilex connection is a special connection that can handle more power than a normal connection. This connection has five holes instead of two and is often used for induction hobs.
No, cooking on induction is not dangerous.
To set the temperature for the oven, press the "Oven" button and then use the arrow buttons to adjust the temperature.
To activate the child lock feature, press and hold the "Lock" button for a few seconds until you see the lock symbol appear on the display.
To use the grill function, press the "Grill" button and then select the desired grilling power level using the arrow buttons.
To use the timer function, press the "Timer" button and then use the arrow buttons to set the desired time. Press the "Start" button to start the timer countdown.
To clean the stovetop surface, allow it to cool down, then gently wipe it with a soft cloth and a mild cleaning solution. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbing pads to prevent damage.
Yes, Amica EHC 12411 E has an interior light. This allows the user to easily check on the progress of their cooking without having to open the oven door.
Amica EHC 12411 E has a ceramic hob. This type of hob provides even heat distribution and is easy to clean, making it convenient for everyday cooking.
Amica EHC 12411 E has 4 cooking zones. This allows the user to cook multiple dishes at the same time, saving time and effort in the kitchen.
Yes, Amica EHC 12411 E has a residual heat indicator. This feature alerts the user when the hob surface is still hot, ensuring safety while cooking.
The power of the largest cooking zone in Amica EHC 12411 E is 2000 W. This high power allows for quick and efficient cooking, ideal for boiling water or frying food.
Yes, the manual of the Amica EHC 12411 E is available in English .
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