Actually, I was looking for this information for 3 years!...now thanks to you, the manual is on my hands and of great help, cause I understand now where I was doing wrong connections and wires...excellent, I'll be back to you if in need, thank you.
This manual covers the main equipment features only. While it also includes the procedure for saving and loading from the now long obsolete memory cards it does not mention the how to operate with the optional floppy drive interface so I am still at a loss about how to use this! Note that there is a separate manual covering the MIDI interface and programming via the keyboard, not included in this download. You will also need to get hold of this if you want to use the MIDI interface properly. Basically there is little difference between this manual and the free to download manual for the similar PR60 model.
The hob has two types of hotplates: Normal Hotplates We recommend the plates are switched to maximum (6) for a short while to boost the plate, and then adjusted to the required setting. Rapid Hotplates The rapid hotplates are indicated by a red dot, and will heat up more quickly than a normal plate. As the red dots are painted on the plate, they may deteriorate during use and even disappear completely after a period of time. This will not affect the performance of the hob. It is important to note that the plate may smoke and produce a slightly unpleasant odour when used for the first time. This is quite normal and will disappear after a short while.
Electric Hotplates Control Light
The Hotplates Control light will come on each time a cooking zone is switched on.
Hints and Tips
Saucepans for use on solid plates should have several characteristics: They should be fairly heavy duty. They should fit the heat area exactly, or be slightly larger for efficient use, NEVER smaller. They should have a flat base to ensure good contact with the plate. This is particularly important when using pans for high temperature frying or pressure cooking. As soon as liquid starts boiling, turn down the plate control knob so that it will barely keep the liquid simmering. You can switch off the plate a short while before you finish cooking, and the final stage will be completed on the accumulated heat. Similarly, stews etc. cooked in well covered saucepans cook at lower temperature which is more economical. Ensure pans are large enough to avoid liquids being split onto the plates. Never leave the plates on without a pan on them or with an empty pan on them.