LG Studio 30" Gas Cooktop (LSCG307BD) User Manual – Page 8

Posted on 13 Aug, 2019
Manufacturer: LG
Category: Cooktops
Product: LG Studio 30" Gas Cooktop (LSCG307BD)
Pages: 36
File size: 3 MB

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USING A WOK
Do not use a wok support ring. Placing the ring over
the burner or grate may cause the burner to work
improperly, resulting in carbon monoxide levels
above allowable standards.
This can be hazardous to your health.
Use a 14 inch or
smaller flat bottom
wok. Make sure the
wok bottom sits flat
on the grate.
Woks are available at
your local retail store.
Only a flat-bottomed
wok should be used.
STOVE-TOP GRILLS
Do not use stove top
grills on your surface
burners. If you use a
stove top grill on the
surface burner, it will
cause incomplete
combustion and can
result in exposure to carbon monoxide levels above
allowable current standards.
This can be hazardous to your health.
SETTING THE FLAME SIZE
NEVER let the flames extend up the sides of the
cookware for safe handling of cookware.
Watch the flame, not the knob, as you reduce heat.
When fast heating is desired, the flame size on a gas
burner should match the cookware you are using.
Flames larger than the
bottom of the cookware
will not result in faster
heating of the cookware
and could be hazardous.
USING THE SURFACE BURNERS
(continued)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COOKWARE
Aluminum:
Medium-weight cookware is
recommended because it heats quickly and evenly.
Most foods brown evenly in an aluminum skillet.
Use
sauce pans with tight fitting lids when cooking with
minimum amounts of water.
Cast Iron:
If heated slowly, most skillets will give
satisfactory results.
Stainless Steel:
This metal alone has poor heating
properties and is usually combined with copper,
aluminum or other metals for improved heat
distribution. Combination metal skillets usually work
satisfactorily if they are used with medium heat as
the manufacturer recommends.
Enamelware:
Under some conditions, the enamel
of some cookware may melt. Follow cookware
manufacturer’s recommendations for cooking
methods.
Glass:
There are two types of glass cookware—those
for oven use only and those for top of the range
cooking (saucepans, coffee and teapots). Glass
conducts heat very slowly.
Heatproof Glass Ceramic:
Can be used for either
surface or oven cooking. It conducts heat very slowly
and cools very slowly. Check cookware
manufacturer’s directions to be sure it can be used
on gas ranges.