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Old May 2, 2007   #10
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Cookware for Glass-Ceramic Cooktops

We do not recommend glass or ceramic cookware for use on your glass-ceramic cooktop
  • To get the best performance out of your cooktop, we recommend that you use heavy gauge, flat, smooth bottom, metal pans which are not more then 1-inch larger then your cooking area.
To see if your pan will allow even heat distribution, try this test.

- Put an inch of water in the pan.
- Place the pan on the cooktop and turn it on HIGH.
- If the water bubbles evenly around the pan, you can count on good performance.
- If the water bubbles unevenly then that means there are hot spots and poor heat distribution is likely to occur.
"Seriously think about what you're about to do/say before you do it and the outcome will always be better." Earl
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