Here are some helpful guidelines for using and taking care of your new induction cooktop: 

Caring for Your Cooktop at Home: 

  • Cleaning your induction cooktop is simple due to its smooth, flat surface. Just follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use a damp cloth with mild soap for cleaning. 
  • Don’t use abrasive cleaners or any materials that might scratch the cooktop’s surface.

Getting Expert Assistance:

  • If the ceramic-glass cooktop ever breaks, it’s best to have it replaced by a professional. Reach out to the manufacturer to find local contractors who can swap out the glass top.

Using Your Cooktop:

  • Similar to other electrical appliances, your induction cooktop or range needs to be plugged in, and your home must have electricity for it to function.
  • During normal use, you might notice a gentle hum or buzz due to the magnetic field of induction cooking. To reduce the noise, you can operate it at lower power or use high-quality, heavier cookware. 
  • Just like smartphones, induction cooktops emit electromagnetic signals. If you use a pacemaker, it’s a good idea to consult a doctor about using an induction cooktop safely. 

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