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the little LED screen above each knob would ask you for the pan type (standard, cast-iron, or nonstick) before it'd let you ignite the burner there'd be a little tune like a plane makes, so you'd know YOU had full control. When a pan is taken off the burner, there will be a rapid "dingdingdingding..." for 10 seconds, and then the burner would shut off. ...


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I like your concept and you can't rely the big corporations for light bulb moments. Gas has its own advantages and disadvantages over electric, obviously. It would be wonderful if could also monitor the temperature of the food, via a probe perhaps. I hope to see your concept turned into a product, but turning it into a commercial success is a big challenge ...


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Gas stoves will always have "open" heating elements because the gas requires oxygen in order to burn and generate heat. Anytime you see a closed, glassed-over heating element, the heat is electric in source. However without more information about the design of the stove, it can't really be determined whether the heat is a traditional radiant heat element or ...


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