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My Meile electric cooktop, model 433 doesn't seem to heat up high enough to get a Wok cooking properly for a stir fry. I know about getting instant heat with the 9. feature but is there any way to get higher heat from this cooktop?

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Dear lindamj

You should throughly read the mannual if u have still, it should help else you can always use the net for more details and facts about it. For best results results use google search. I am sure by spending a few min on net will surely all problems.

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These usally preset to makers specks if u wann mod them sum u can give more gas but its tricky and not all can do it bestto have the guy coem out see if u can do sumthing like this so it can get super hot but doing so cuses house fires if its to much

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