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Is it all right to use cast-aluminum griddle which covers two burners on a smooth top electric stove/

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  • holly613 Dec 13, 2008

    I contacted Frigidaire concerning using the griddle on my ceramic smooth top (non-induction) and their customer service rep would not give me a straight answer. Next I contacted NordicWare, the griddle manufacturer. They make two models of this griddle. They stated their model number 19262 is safe for ceramic tops.

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    burners go in and out

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I would avoid it unless the manufacturer says its okay.  I'd get in touch with them.
You did not say what kind of heating system the unit has.  Induction units will not work right with multi-burner systems and other systems such as radiant burners will cause heating that is not in the right places.  

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