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Heating Water - Digital Gooseneck Kettle

How to Heat Water - Digital Gooseneck Kettle

NOTE: The temperature can be displayed in Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F). To toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit, hold the “-” and “+” buttons down at the same time.
CLICK HERE to see more information on the Altitude Boiling Point Reference Guide to check the peak temperature setting for your altitude.

  1. When the Precision Kettle is first placed on the base, the display will show 212°F or 100°C*. After a few moments, the display will update to show the actual temperature of the water in the Precision Kettle.

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*The Precision Kettle has a temperature memory feature for your last selected temperature (between 140°F-212°F [60°C-100°C]). This feature will determine the temperature that appears on the display after the first use.

  1. Press the “-” or “+” buttons to select your desired water temperature between 140°F-212°F (60°C-100°C). For faster temperature adjustment, hold the “-” or “+” button down for 3 seconds, and the temperature readout will scroll faster.

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  1. Press the switch.JPG (Power) button to save temperature and to begin heating the water. The Heating symbol.JPG (Heating icon) will be displayed on the LCD screen to indicate that the Precision Kettle
    is heating.

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NOTE: The switch.JPG button does not function when the Precision Kettle is off the base.

  1. While heating, the temperature that shows on the display screen is the actual water temperature, not the selected temperature.

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  1. Once the selected temperature has been reached, the heater will turn off, a chime will sound, and the Heating symbol.JPG will turn off.

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IMPORTANT: CLICK HERE to see more information on the Altitude Boiling Point Reference Guide to check the peak temperature setting for your altitude.
If using the Precision Kettle at higher altitudes, the Precision Kettle will boil continuously at a lower temperature until all the water has evaporated. If this happens, the Kettle will turn off.

Watch the below video for more details:

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