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|Hob type||Zone induction hob|
|Top surface type||Glass|
|Number of cooking zones||1 zone(s)|
|Number of gas cooking zones||0 zone(s)|
|Cooking zone 1 position||Central|
|Cooking zone 1 shape||Rectangular|
|Cooking zone 1 power||2000 W|
|Cooking zone 1 power source||Electric|
|Cooking zone 1 type||Regular|
|Number of electric cooking zones||1 zone(s)|
|Number of power levels||6|
|Auto-off timer cooks food safely||Yes|
|Control position||Top front|
|Cord length||1.2 m|
|AC input voltage||220 V|
|AC input frequency||50 Hz|
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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.
The Philips Viva Collection HD4931 has a height of 65 mm.
The Philips Viva Collection HD4931 has a width of 290 mm.
The Philips Viva Collection HD4931 has a depth of 360 mm.
Yes, the manual of the Philips Viva Collection HD4931 is available in English .
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