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Questions about use of, features of, or identification of a stove.

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10 in the US, and I'm quite confident they're not all the same. Second, the real property of a stove is its power output, not its temperature. You can clearly see this if you go look at gas stoves … a bit cooler than a warm room with still air. So, if you really want to know what you're getting, you have to look up the power output of the stove - or failing that, maybe try to measure it yourself. …
answered Mar 6 '11 by Cascabel
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No, your stove is fine to look at. If it is actually an induction stove, then the red would just be a light to let you know it's on. The actual induction heating won't make the cooktop glow red …
answered Mar 21 '18 by Cascabel
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; sometimes people will even heat on the stove then transfer to the slow cooker. It's pretty much the same on the stove. A given setting on the stove will translate into some amount of power. (You may not … know what that translation is, but the stove is still producing some fixed power.) In combination with whatever's sitting on top of that burner, that'll result in some equilibrium temperature, where …
answered Oct 24 '16 by Cascabel
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No, you can't. You should always assume glass is not safe to use on the stovetop. Essentially none of it is, and while there are a very few exceptions, they'll say so explicitly. (For example this se …
answered Jun 26 '16 by Cascabel