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My Philips Induction Cooktop stops heating abruptly

Published on 2022-07-07
If your Philips Induction Cooktop stops heating abruptly, then please read below to find the possible causes and solutions.

The cookware temperature is too high

Sometimes, it could happen that the temperature of your cookware is too high, for example if the cookware has been placed directly from a gas burner to the induction cooktop during cooking, or if you are following a high temperature recipe mode.
To solve this, please switch to a lower temperature mode and let the cookware cool down for a while.

The desired temperature has been reached

When the desired temperature is reached, then the thermostat will switch off.
If required, reset the temperature and resume cooking.

If the problem is not solved with the above solutions, please contact us.
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