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Philips Induction cooker
7 power LCD with timer White
Adds life to your meals
Fast heating seals in nutrition
Nutrition is essential to good health. Philips induction cooker shortens cooking time by 1/3, and so better seals nutrients into the food. The induction cooker comes with a variety of cooking programs for healthy eating.
Induction cooking seals nutrition into food 2000W high power for faster cooking Fast cooking better seals nutrition into food Ideal for cooking a variety of healthy dishes 7 healthy cooking menus featuring unique heating program 7 power levels suitable for different cooking needs 5 to 180 mins cooking time settings Simple panel design makes cooking easy Large 4-digit LED shows cooking status clearly Quick start cooking at the touch of START key Very safe to operate Extra safe automatic off function No flame cooking provides safe environment Cool-to touch surface gives comfortable cooking
7 menus 7 power LCD with timer White
2000W high power output Large 4-digit LED display
The maximum power output reaches 2000W during cooking
Shows power level and cooking time
Quick start cooking
Philips Induction Cooker shortens average cooking time by more than 1/3 compared to conventional gas cooker. Result obtained by an independent test laboratory- Intertek Testing Services Hong Kong Ltd. Footnote: Test result can be obtained under written request
Induction for instant heating 7 healthy cooking menus 7 power levels Cooking time settings available: 5 to 180 mins 12-hour timer setting 4-digit LED display Auto-off program No flame cooking Cool-to-touch surface 9 safety protections features Self-diagnosis error display Complies with EMC/EN/IEC/GB Magnetic field below EMF limit Durable crystalite plate Sleek design for easy handling no installation necessary Cord length: 1.5 m Voltage: 220 V Frequency: 60 Hz Wattage: 2000 W
7 healthy cooking menus
Steam, Stew, Stir-fry, Soup/Congee, Boiling, Keep warm, hotpot. User can adjust power level or cooking time during the cooking program.
7 power levels
Simply press the start button then the appliance will cook at the default power
7 power settings are ranked in power level 1 to 7 for easily control. The default power is level 4 (1400W) while user can easily adjust the power with a press at + or - button.
Automatic off function
The cooker will shut off automatically when cooking is completed
Materials of main body: Plastic - ABS Color(s): white Depth: 369 mm Height: 63 mm Weight (incl. packaging): 3.3 kg Weight appliance: 2.7 kg Width: 335 mm
5-180 mins cooking time
No flame cooking
Safe to cook when children is around
Cool-to touch surface
The cooking plate is made of crystallite glass which will remain cool during cooking
Pre-set but adjustable cooking time for different cooking programs (not available for Hotpot)
Issue date 2009-12-17 Version: 3.3.1
2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All Rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. www.philips.com
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HD4917 control panel
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Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome. The induction cooker works on the basis ofan electromagnet that creates apowerful, highfrequency electromagnetic field. Whencookware consisting of magnetic material (e.g. iron) is placed on the induction cooker, the electromagnetic field transfers energy to the bottom of the cookware, which causes the cookware and the food inside it to become hot. The amount of heat generated in the cookware iscontrolled by varying the strength of the electromagnetic field. When the strength of the electromagnetic field is changed, the temperature of the cookwarechanges instantly. Advantages of the induction cooker: -- Safe: the induction cooker does not make use of an open flame or fire. It also has a number of safety features, which allow you to enjoy cooking with your family whenever you want. -- Fast: in induction cooking, the cookwareserves as the heat source. This results in much faster and more even heat transfer, shortening the cooking time bymore than 1/3compared to conventional cooking. -- Versatile: the induction cooker has 7 preset cooking modes, each with its own optimal heating pattern. These modes allow you to prepare a great variety of nutritious meals. -- Very user friendly: the simple and interactive control panel and display allow you to easily adjust the settings at the touch of a button. -- Comfortable: the induction cooking process is smoke-free and produces less grease. Moreover, the cooker and the surrounding area stay cool. This allows you to cook in a cool andcomfortable environment. -- Portable: the induction cooker has a compact design and the cooking plate stays cool. This means the appliance is always safe to use and allows you to cook anywhere in your home. General description(Fig.1) A B C D E F G H Crystalite cooking plate Body Cooking zone Control panel Display Air outlet Air inlet Mains cord Control panel Preset cooking modes with indicator lights Hr:Min button (cooking time) Timer button Display Power level/cooking temperature indication +/- buttons (for setting cooking time, power level and cooking temperature) Start button Poweron/off button Important Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for future reference. Danger -- Never immerse the appliance in water or rinse it under the tap.
Warning -- Check if the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local mains voltage before you connect the appliance. -- Only connect the appliance to an earthed wall socket. Always make sure the plug is inserted firmly into the socket. -- Do not use the appliance if the plug, the mains cord or the appliance itself is damaged. -- If the mains cord is damaged, you must have it replaced by Philips, a service centre authorised by Philips or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. -- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. -- Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. -- Keep the mains cord out of the reach of children. Do not let the mains cord hang over the edge of the table or worktop on which the appliance stands. -- Make sure the cooking plate is clean and dry before you switch on the appliance. -- Do not cover theair vent while the induction cooker is operating. -- Do not plug in the appliance oroperate the control panelwith wet hands. -- Do not touch the cooking plate after cooking, as itretains heat from the cookware. -- Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be placed on the cooking plate since they can get hot. -- Do not cover any part of the cooking plate withaluminium to prevent the risk ofelectric shock,short circuiting or fire. -- If the surface of the cooking plate is cracked, switch off the appliance and do not use it anymore to prevent the risk of electric shock, short circuiting or fire. Caution -- Never use any accessories or parts from other manufacturers or that Philips does notspecifically recommend. If you use such accessories or parts, your guarantee becomes invalid. -- Do not expose the induction cooker tohigh temperatures, hot gas, steam or damp heat. Do not place the induction cooker on or near an operatingor still hot stove or cooker. -- Always switch off the appliancebefore you unplug it. -- Always unplug the appliance and let it cool down before you clean it. -- This appliance is intended for household use only. If the appliance is used improperly or for professional or semi-professional purposes or if it is not usedaccordingto the instructions in the user manual, the guarantee becomes invalid and Philips will not accept liability for any damage caused. -- Place the induction cooker on a stable, horizontal and level surface and make sure there is at least 10cm free space around it to prevent overheating. -- Do not place anything between the cookware and the cooking plate. -- The maximum weight that can be put on the induction cooker is 7kg. -- Beware of hot steam that comes out of the cookwareduring cooking or whenyou remove the lid. -- Do not lift and move the induction cooker while it is operating. -- Never putempty cookware on the switched-on induction cooker, as this could cause the cookware to become distorted or the heating coil to become damaged. -- Do not storeflammable materials and liquidsnear or on the induction cooker. -- Avoid hard contact between the cookware or other objects and the crystalite cooking plate. -- Always place the cookware on the cooking zone during cooking. -- Never connect this appliance to a timer switch or remote control system in order to avoid a hazardous situation.
-- Do not use cookware with a bottom diameter of more than 16cmto deep-fry food, as this causes the appliance to malfunction. Automatic shut-off The appliance is equipped with automatic shut-off. It switches off automatically in two situations: -- In the Quick start (manual) mode and the Hot pot mode, the appliance switches off automatically if you do not press any button for 60 minutes. -- If there is no cookware or unsuitable cookware on the cooking place when you press the start button or if you remove cookware from the cooking plate during cooking, the cooker beeps continuously, the display shows----. The cooker automatically switches off after 1 minute unless you put the cookware back onto the cooking plate within this minute. Electromagnetic fields (EMF) This Philips appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic fields (EMF). If handled properly andaccording to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientific evidence available today. Before first use Remove all packaging material from the induction cooker. Preparing for use 1 Place the appliance on a dry, stable and level surface. 2 Make sure there is at least 10cm free space around the applianceto prevent overheating. 3 Always place the cookware on the cooking zone during cooking. 4 Make sure you use cookware of thecorrect type and size (see the tables below). Recommended types and sizes of cookware Suitable cookware for the induction cooker Material Shape Size Weight Cookware NOT suitable for the induction cooker Material Shape Size Weight Cookware with a bottom made ofnon-iron metal, crystalite, glass, aluminium and copper Cookware with a concave or convex bottom Cookware with a bottom diameter of less than 11cm Cookware with a weight over 7kg (including contents) Cookware with a bottom made of iron or magnetic stainless steel Cookware with a flat bottom Cookware with a bottom diameter of12-22cm, depending on the cooking mode (see tips below) Cookware with a weightof up to 7kg (including contents)
Tip:When you cook in the Quick start (manual) modeor Hot Pot mode, you can usecookware witha bottom diameter of 12-25cm.
Tip:To deep-fry food, we advise you to use cookware with a bottom diameter of 12-16cm. Using the appliance Only use cookware that is suitable for induction cooking (see chapter Preparing for use). Note: Always place and use the appliance on a dry, stable and level surface. The tables below shows the default settings in the different cooking modes and to what extent these default settings can be adjusted. Default and adjustable settings Mode Default cooking time 5 Power (watt)/ temperature (C) range 400-2000W Adjustable cooking time 5-60 Timer Display indications
Quick start(manual) cooking
Remaining cooking time (if cooking time is set) Hot pot Stew Soup/Congee Steam Stir fry Boil Keep warm 400-2000W 400-1400W 400-1400W 2000W 80-240C 2000W 80C 30-180 30-180 10-40 5-60 5-30 15-180 up to 12hrs up to 12hrs up to 12hrs Power level Remaining cooking time Remaining cooking time Remaining cooking time Temperature Remaining cooking time Remaining warming time
Note: In the Stew and Soup/Congee modes, the appliance first brings the food to the boil and then switches to a lower power level.You can only adjust the power level after the boiling stage. Note:The Steam mode allows you to steam various types of food, such as steamed rolls, egg, pork ribs or chicken. Note:The Boil mode allows you to boil water or food in a fast way.The suggested boiling time for 1 litre is 3-5 minutes, for 2 litres 6-10 minutes and for 3 litres 9-14 minutes.
Power/temperature settings Low Mid High 2000 240
Wattage (W) 400 Temperature (C) 80
Quick start cooking (manual mode) 1 Put the mains plug in the wall socket. ,, The appliance produces a 2-second beep. ,, The display shows ----(Fig.2).
2 Place the cookware on the cooking zone.
4 If you want to adjust the power level, press the + and - buttons(Fig.5). Note:You can also adjust the power level during cooking. 5 If you want to adjust the cooking time: (Fig.6) -- Press the Hr:Min button. -- Adjust the time with the + and - buttons. (Fig.7)
3 Press the Power on/off button once to switch on the appliance(Fig.3). ,, The power-on light and the W light go on. The display shows the default setting of 1400W(Fig.4).
Note:When you press the + and - buttons briefly, the time increases or decreases by 1 minute.When you press the buttons longer, the time increases or decreases by 5 minutes. Note:You can also adjust the cooking time during cooking. 6 Press the Start button to start cooking(Fig.8). If you have not set a cooking time and/or power level, the appliance starts cooking at thedefault settings (a cooking time of 5 minutes and a power level of 1400W). ,, The appliance starts cooking. ,, During cooking, the fan switches on to keep the appliance cool. When you switch off the appliance, the fan remains on for approx. 1 minute and then switchesoff automatically. ,, During cooking, thedisplay shows the power level(Fig.9). ,, If you have set a cooking time, the display shows the remaining cooking time(Fig.10). ,, When thecooking time has elapsed, the appliance beeps a few times. Theapplianceautomatically switches off and the power-on light goes out. Note: If you want to stop cooking, press the Power on/offbutton.The appliance then switches off. 7 Unplug the appliance after cooking. Using the preset cooking modes You can choose between7preset cooking modes. 1 Put the mains plug in the wall socket and press the Power on/off buttonto switch on the appliance. (Fig.11) ,, The power-on light and the W light go on. The display shows the default setting of 1400W. (Fig.4) 2 Press the button of the preset mode you want to use.
Note: Before you press the Start button to confirm the selected mode, you can still switch to any other preset mode. If you want to switch to a different preset mode after you have pressed the start button, you have to switch off the appliance by pressing the Power on/off button.Then press the Power on/off button again to switch the appliance back on and select the desired preset mode. ,, The indicator light above the button goes on(Fig.12).
3 If you want tostart cooking at the default setting of the selected preset mode, continue with step 6. See the default settings and cooking time table above for the default settings in the different cooking modes. 4 If you want to adjust the power level or cooking temperature, press the + and buttons. (Fig.7) -- If the power level is adjustable, W light goes on and the power level flashes. (Fig.9) -- If the temperature is adjustable, C light goes on. (Fig.13) Certain settings cannot be adjusted.See thetable above for information about thesettings that can or cannot be adjusted in the preset modes. Note:You can also adjust the power level or cooking temperature during cooking. 5 If you want to adjust the cooking time: (Fig.14) -- Press the Hr:Min button. -- Adjust the time with the + and - buttons. (Fig.7) Note:When you press the + and - buttons briefly, the time increases or decreases by 1 minute.When you press the buttons longer, the time increases or decreases by 5 minutes. Note:You can also adjust the cooking time during cooking. 6 Press theStart button(Fig.8). ,, The induction cooker automatically starts operating according to the selected mode. ,, During cooking, the fan switches on to keep the appliance cool. When you switch off the appliance, the fan remains on for approx. 1 minute and then switchesoff automatically. ,, The display shows the remaining cooking time(Fig.10). ,, Whenthe cooking time has elapsed, the appliance beeps a few times. Theapplianceautomatically switchesoffand thepower-on light goes out. Note: If you want to stop cooking, press the Power on/offbutton.The appliance then switches off. Using the timer You can use the Timer button to set thetime at which you want the appliance to start cooking at a preset cooking mode. For example: if it is 14:00 hours and you want the appliance to start cooking at 18:00 hours, set the timer to 4.00 (4 hours) and press the Start button. After 4 hours, at 18:00 hours,the appliance automatically starts cooking. You can use the timer function for the Stew, Soup/Congee, Steam modes. You can set a start time of 5 minutes to12 hours. 1 Follow steps 1 to 5 of section Using the preset cooking modes. 2 Press the Timer button(Fig.15). 3 Press the + and - buttons to set the number of minutes or hours after which you want the appliance to start cooking(Fig.7). Note: Press the + or - button briefly to increase or decrease the time in steps of 5 minutes.When you press the + or - button longer, the time increases or decreasesin steps of1 hour. 4 Press the Start button to start the timer(Fig.8). ,, The timer light goes on.
,, The display starts to count down the time. ,, When the cooking process starts, the timer light goes out and the display shows that the cooking process has started. Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning Never immerse the appliance in water nor rinse it under the tap. Never use scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive liquids such as petrol or acetone to clean the appliance. Do not put vinegar on the crystalite cooking plate. 1 Unplug the appliance and let it cool down. 2 Clean the appliancewith a damp cloth andif necessary, with some mild cleaning agent. Maintenance Improper use canlead to scratches on the cooking plate. Toavoid discolouring and scratches,use the appliance according to the instructions in this user manual andalways clean the appliance and cookware properly after use. Storage Do not place heavy objects on the crystalite cookingplate as it is breakable. Do not store the appliance in a hot place, for example near a cooker. If you are not going to use the appliance for a longer period of time, we advise you to storethe appliance in a dry and safe place. Environment -- Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for recycling. By doing this, youhelp to preserve the environment(Fig.16). Guarantee and service If you need service or information or if you have a problem, please visit the Philips website at www.philips.com or contact the Philips Consumer Care Centre in your country (youfind its phone number in the worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Consumer Care Centre in your country, go to your local Philips dealer.
Troubleshooting If your induction cooker does not function properly or if the cooking quality is insufficient, consult the table below. If you are unable to solve the problem,contact a Philips service centre or the Customer CareCentre in your country. Problem The power-on light does not go on. Solution There is a connection problem. Check if the induction cooker is connected to the mains and if the plug is inserted firmly into the wall socket The light is defective. Take the appliance to your Philips dealer or a service centre authorised by Philips. When I press the cooking The light is defective. Take the appliance to your Philips dealer or a mode button, theon-light service centre authorised by Philips. of the selected mode does not go on. TheHr:Min light does not go on when I set the cooking time. You have selectedthe Hot pot cooking mode. You can only adjust the cooking time in the Quick start (manual) mode and in the preset Stew, Soup/Congee, Steam, Stir fry, Boil and Keep warm cooking modes. The light is defective. Take the appliance to your Philips dealer or a service centre authorised by Philips. The timer light does not go on when I set the timer. You have selected the Quick start (manual) mode or thepresetHot pot, Stir fry, Boil or Keep warm cooking mode. You can only usethe timer in the Stew, Soup/Congee, Steam cooking modes (see theDefaultand adjustable settingstable in chapter Using the appliance). The light is defective. Take the appliance to your Philips dealer or a service centre authorised by Philips. I cannot change the power setting beforeI select the Stewmodeor Soup/Congee mode. The appliance beeps continuously. The maximum power setting for certain cooking modes is very low. I cannot switch to a different cooking mode during cooking. In the Stew and Soup/Congee modes, the appliance first brings the food to the boil and then switches to a lower power level. You can only adjust the power level after the boiling stage. You have putunsuitable cookware on the cooking plate oryou have removed the cookware from the cooking plate during cooking. Placesuitable cookware on the cooking plate. In the Stew and Soup/Congee modes, the appliance first brings the food to the boil and then switches to a lower power level. You can only adjust the power level after the boiling stage. You cannot switch to a different cooking modeduring cooking. If you want to select a different cooking mode, press the Power on/off button to switch off the cooker. Then press the Power on/off button again to switch the cooker back on.
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