The tilt fry pan / tilt griddle and its parts are hot. Use care when operating the tilt fry pan / tilt
griddle. Failure to observe safety precautions may result in serious burn injury to personnel.
The griddle plate is steel, but the surface is relatively soft and can be scored or dented by
carelessly using a spatula. Be careful not to dent, scratch, or gouge the plate surface. Do not
try to knock off loose food that may be on the spatula by tapping the corner or the edge of
the spatula on the griddle surface.
1. Connect power (1) to the tilt fry pan / tilt griddle.
2. Flip the function switch (2) (if fitted) up to the "ON" position.
3. Turn the thermostat (3) clockwise to the desired temperature.
4. Allow the unit to cycle a number of times before assuming that the cooking surface (4) has reached
and stabilized at the desired temperature.
5. If using the tilt fry pan / tilt griddle as a griddle, leave the lid (5) open.
6. If using the tilt fry pan / tilt griddle as a oven or kettle, close the lid (5).
The indicator light arrangement may vary according to manufacturer, model, and date of
7. If the amber indicator light (6) comes on during operation, allow the unit to cool down approximately
fifteen-minutes to one-half hour. If the thermostat has been left in the "ON" position, the heaters will
reactivate once the unit cools down below the temperature setting.
8. If using the tilt fry pan / tilt griddle as a kettle, use the operating crank (7) to pour the contents of the
pan into serving containers.
9. When through cooking, turn thermostat (3) to its lowest setting, and flip the function switch (2) OFF.