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  1. Induction vs. Gas and Electric [Article]
    In general, induction cooktops boil water and warm up food much faster than gas and electric cooktops. Induction cooktops are also more energy efficient than gas and electric

  2. Installing an oven below the electric cooktop [Article]
    Any Thermador oven can be installed below any Thermador cooktop (gas, electric, or induction*). The following standards are required for installation: Countertop height of 36”

  3. Installing an oven below the gas cooktop [Article]
    Any Thermador oven can be installed below any Thermador cooktop (gas, electric, or induction*). The following standards are required for installation: Countertop height of 36”

  4. Cleaning and care instructions for your induction cooktop [Article]
    We recommend wiping away spills on a timely basis so that spills do not become hardened and therefore difficult to remove. Wipe off spatters with a clean, damp sponge, cloth or paper towe

  5. Cleaning and care instructions for your gas cooktop [Article]
    We recommend wiping away spills on a timely basis so that spills do not become hardened and difficult to remove. The entire cooktop can be safely cleaned when it is cooled down by wiping with a

  6. Cleaning and care instructions for your electric cooktop [Article]
    We recommend wiping away spills on a timely basis so that spills do not become hardened and difficult to remove. Wipe off spatters with a clean, damp sponge, cloth or paper towel. White vinegar

  7. Types of pots and pans to use on the induction cooktop [Article]
    The best way to know if your pot or pan is suitable for an induction cooktop is to use the “magnet test”. Your pot or pan is suitable for an induction cooktop if a magnet sticks t

  8. Can I replace my old model with a new model? [Article]
    Depending on the cut-out dimensions of your new appliances vs. your old appliances, it may be possible. Please see the Product Specifications for your desired model.

  9. Installing an oven below the induction cooktop [Article]
    Any Thermador oven can be installed below any Thermador cooktop (gas, electric, or induction). The following standards are required for installation: Countertop height of 36”

  10. Can I use the downdraft with a cooktop? [Article]
    Yes.

  11. Ventilation required for induction cooktops [Article]
    The ventilation required for induction cooktops is the same as that required for any other type of cooktop. In general, it is ideal to have the ventilation hood extend 3” on both sides of the

  12. Do you need ventilation over the cooktop or range? [Article]
    Yes, all ranges, rangetops and cooktops need ventilation.

  13. Induction cooktop feels hot [Article]
    The induction cooktop may get hot depending on the length of cooking time and temperature. While the induction cooktop itself does not generate heat, it does get hot from cooking pots and pan

  14. Cooktop is not on [Article]
    The main switch may have been turned off. Turn the unit on. Cooktop may not be plugged in. Check to see if it is plugged in. Check to see if you are experiencing a power f

  15. The food sometimes cooks unevenly - the pan gets hotter in one section than anot... [Article]
    The base of the pan may be warped or the pan has not been placed over the center of the burner.

  16. Why does the food burn on the bottom in one area of the pan? [Article]
    When the pan becomes hot, the base may warp causing it to be in partial contact with the heating surface. The section of the pan that touches the heating surface is hotter than the section that is n

  17. Advantage of owning an induction cooktop with higher wattage [Article]
    Induction cooktops with higher wattage have more power, which means that it heats pans faster.

  18. Can the cooking surface be buffed to remove light scratches? [Article]
    Scratches cannot be removed from the surface. It is normal to have light scratches with use. Avoid pans with rough bases and remove grit, such as salt, before cooking.

  19. The following items may be removed with a scraper while the cooktop is hot: [Article]
    Dry sugar, sugar syrup, milk, tomato spills, melted plastic film, foil. First, remove any cooking pans and utensils and turn off the cooktop. Wearing an oven mitt, hold scraper at a 30° angle, b

  20. Do you need ventilation over the cooktop or range? [Article]
    Yes, all ranges, rangetops and cooktops need ventilation.

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