PROZIS KOOKA Portable Induction Cooktop User Manual

PROZIS KOOKA Portable Induction Cooktop User Manual & troubleshooting

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PROZIS KOOKA Portable Induction Cooktop

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  1. Black Crystal Plate
  2. Heating Area
  3. ON/OFF button
  4. Lock Button
  5. Timer Button
  6. LED Display Screen
  7. Increase Button
  8. Function Key
  9. Decrease Button

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Prozis is a registered trademark of PROZIS.COM, S.A.
Prozis reserves the right to adjust or modify the product or any of the associated documentation in order to ensure its suitability for use, at any time and without prior notice.
NOTE: The most recent version of this product’s user manual can be found at

Legal compliance statement

By means of this document, PROZIS declares that the Prozis Kooka – Portable In-duction Cooktop is fully compliant with all the standards specified in the applicable legislation as well as other relevant clauses. Prozis will always be available for any additional explanation through our customer support communication channels, available at To avoid any impact on the environment or human health due to dangerous substances present in electrical and electronic devices, the end-users of such devices are expected to understand the meaning of the symbol consisting of a crossed-out waste container. Do not dispose of electrical and electronic equipment along with the unsorted household waste. Dispose of it separately and properly instead. The packaging that protects the device against transport damage is made from non-polluting materials that can be disposed of via local recycle bins.

Safety warnings

DANGER! This symbol, when combined with the note Danger, means high risk. Failure to observe this warning may lead to injury to life and limb.


  • Packing materials are not toys. Children must not play with the packaging materials.
  • This product may be used by children 8 years and up as well as persons with physical, sensory or mental impairments or lacking experience and knowledge, when supervised or instructed in the safe use of the product and understanding the associated risks.
  • Children must not play with the device.
  • Cleaning and maintenance must not be performed by children without supervision.
  • Keep the device out of the reach of children.
  • To reduce the risk and damage, the plug should be fit into an individual outlet and the rated electrical current should not be less than 16A.
  • The temperature of the surface (where the cooktop is placed) may become higher when the appliance is operating.



  • Do not operate the appliance using an external time-switch or a separate remote-control system.
  • Please handle the appliance with care to avoid damage. Protect the cooktop from damage, do not overload it, and do not allow objects to fall onto it. If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
  • Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be placed on the hotplate as they can get hot.
  • Do not cover the air vent while cooking.
  • Overheated food could begin to burn! Never allow the appliance be used while unsupervised.
  • NEVER place the appliance under flammable objects, especially not under curtains or drapes.
  • NEVER heat up a securely closed container. An explosion could quickly be caused due to heat expansion.
  • NEVER heat up an empty container. It would very quickly overheat, presenting both a risk of fire and of serious damage to the cooking area.
  • Be careful when heating small amounts of oil. Do not set it to heat at high temperatures. If you do, the oil may ignite and catch fire!
  • Make sure the power cable can never become wet or damp during operation. Make sure it cannot be pinched or damaged.
  • The supply cord should be regularly checked for signs of damage, and if the cord is damaged, the appliance must not be used.
  • Should the cable or the electric plug be-come damaged, arrange for it to be re-placed by Prozis Customer Service before you continue to use the appliance.
  • Always disconnect the plug from the mains power socket after use.
  • People who have cardiac pacemakers or similar medical devices should be kept away from the induction cooktop when connected to the power supply. When in doubt, please consult a physician before using this product to avoid any danger.

This symbol highlights dangerous situations that can lead to minor to moderate injuries, damage, malfunction, and/or destruction of the device.


  • Staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments.
  • Farmhouses.
  • Hotels, motels and other residential-type environments;
  • Bed and breakfast type environments.


  • This appliance is designed to function on AC current only. Before using it for the first time, check that your main supply voltage matches that is indicated on the appliance rating plate.
  • Always plug the appliance into a dedicated earthed socket outlet. Do not use a socket adaptor or connect any other appliance to the same socket simultaneously, to avoid electrical overloading and risk of fire.
  • The appliance must be placed and used on a flat, stable, heat-resistant working surface, away from water splashes.
  • Do not place or use this appliance in high humidity environments.
  • Do not place or use the induction plate on steel or aluminum surfaces.
  • Do not place the unit on clothes or carpets, and the like. This may block the air vent and be dangerous to the unit and to the user.
  • Maintain a gap of at least 10 cm (4 inches) on all sides of the appliance to ensure ade-quate ventilation.
  • Never place or use the appliance close to a wall or under a wall cupboard.
  • Never place or use the appliance under or close to easily flammable objects (e.g. curtains, etc.).
  • Never place or use the appliance on or close to a cooking hob or other sources of heat.
  • Unwind the power cord fully before use.
  • Do not use an extension lead. If you accept liability for doing so, only use an ex-tension lead that is in good working conditions, has a plug with an earth connection and is suited to the power rating of the appliance.
  • Never leave the appliance unattended whilst connected to the power supply, even if for a few moments, especially when there are children present.
  • Do not let the power cord hang where children may reach it.
  • The power cord must never be close to or in contact with hot parts of the appliance, close to sources of heat or resting over sharp edges.
  • Take all necessary precautions to prevent anyone from tripping over an extension cord.
  • Switch off and disconnect the appliance from the power supply when not in use.
  • Never disconnect the plug by pulling on the power cord.
  • Inspect the appliance and power cord for signs of wear or damage prior to connecting it to the power supply.
  • Never move the appliance when it is hot.
  • Allow the appliance to cool down completely before cleaning and storing it.
  • Always keep the induction cooker clean to avoid dust entering the fan motor and causing a malfunction.
  • If parts of the appliance catch fire, never try to extinguish the flames with water. Disconnect the appliance and smoother the flames with a damp cloth.
  • Place the pan at the center of the cooking circle.
  • Do not overheat the pan or preheat it while empty for a long period of time.
  • Do not touch the control panel with any sharp objects.


  • 1 × Prozis Kooka – Portable Induction Cooktop
  • 1 x Quick Guide

Maintenance and cleaning

Keep the device clean at all times. Prevent dirt from getting into the fan or other internal parts of the device.

  • Switch off the product and remove all plugs before cleaning! Do not clean the device until the surface has cooled down.
  • Remove grease, dirt and stains by wiping the device with a clean, soft cloth and mild detergent.
  • The fan in the air duct can get dirt stuck in it. Please remove it regularly with a soft brush.
  • Do not use aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents or materials such as scouring milk or steel wool to clean the components. They can damage the top surface of the device!
  • Protect the device from water. Only use a clean, dry cloth to clean the device and never use any corrosive liquids. Use a slightly damp cloth and a mild cleaning agent to remove any stubborn dirt.
  • Make sure that moisture does not enter the product while cleaning to avoid damage to the product and related repairs. Make sure the unit is dry before using it again.


  • Allow the appliance to cool down completely before storing it.
  • When no longer using the device, store it in a dry environment, protected from dust and direct sunlight.
  • Store your appliance inside the original case provided.


When the power connection is ON, the magnetic field will create an electric field at the bottom of the cookware, causing the pan to act as a resistance and heat up, even though the hob does not.

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  • Insert the plug into the Socket (AC 220-240 V, 50-60 Hz).
  • Place an induction-compatible cooking pan in the center of the cooktop plate.
  • Press ON/OFF to start the heating process. The LED screen will display “ON”.
  • Press the “Function” key. The default Power 1300 W will be automatically selected. Press for different levels, settings and adjustments.
  • To power off the unit, press the ON/OFF button again.
  • Remove the plug from the socket if the unit is not going to be used for a long period of time.


  • Press the “Function” key and the display will show the default power of 1300 W.
  • The power can be adjusted by touching the [+] and [-] buttons – 200 W, 500 W, 800 W, 1000 W, 1300 W, 1600 W, 1800 W and 2000 W.
  • Once the cooking process has finished, press the [ON/OFF] button to switch off the induction cooktop.
  • The induction cooktop will switch off automatically after 2 hours if no other function button is pressed.


  • Press the “Function” key and the display will show the default temperature of 180 °C.
  • The power can be adjusted by touching the [+] and [-] buttons – 80 °C, 100 °C, 130 °C, 160 °C, 180 °C, 200 °C, 220 °C and 240 °C
  • Once the cooking process has finished, press the [ON/OFF] button to switch off the induc-tion cooktop.
  • The induction cooktop will switch off automatically after 2 hours if no other function button.


  • Start by selecting the desired cooking mode, and then press the [Timer] button. The LED display will flash [0:00].
  • Press the [+] or [-] buttons to set the timer from [0:01] minute to [4:00] hours. Press and hold the [+] or [-] buttons for a quick time adjustment.
  • Once the time is set, do not press any buttons. The LED display will flash five times. The timer will then be active and the countdown will start.
  • Once the set timing is up, the induction cooktop will switch off automatically.
  • If you press any other cooking-mode button, the [Timer] button or the [ON/OFF] button, the cooktop will exit timer mode.


  • Press and hold the [LOCK] button for 3 seconds to lock the induction cooktop. The display will show [LOC].
  • All buttons are deactivated while in lock mode.
  • To exit the Lock mode, press and hold the [LOCK] button for 3 seconds.

NOTE: If the cookware is not induction-ready the cooktop won’t work and will beep. Place the cooking pan on the center of the cooktop plate. Once it has been placed, you can switch ON the induction cooktop.

Cookware Selection

  1. Material required: Please use only induction-compatible steel, cast iron, enameled iron, or stainless-steel cookware. Please use flat-bottom pans/pots with a diameter ranging from 12 to 24 cm.
  2. Pans/Pots/Utensils should have a flat surface. Do not try to use any other kind of utensils or vessels (especially pressure cookers).
  3. While buying your cookware, look for an “Induction Compatible” sign or wording to ensure it will work with this cooktop.


Some issues that arise may be solved by the user. If the problem persists after having tried the following solutions, please contact Prozis customer service.

Error code – E0 No compatible cookware Check if the cookware is compatible
Error code – E1 Low-Voltage Please make sure the voltage is > 88 V, 220-240 V~
Error code – E2 High-Voltage Please make sure the voltage is < 280 V, 220- 240 V~
Error code – E3 Overheating of the upper plate sensor or short circuit Restart once it has cooled down. If this is not possible, please contact Prozis.
Error code – E4 Open circuit of the top plate sensor or no connection Please contact Prozis
Error code – E5 IGBT Sensor Overheating or Short Circuit or Fan not connected Please contact Prozis
Error code – E6 Open IGBT Sensor Circuit Please contact Prozis
The appliance does not work The plug is not connected Connect the appliance to a mains power socket
—- appears in one of the displays Standby mode This is a normal function of the equipment while it is in standby mode. It disappears once unplugged.
Appliance switches off after 2h and the display shows —- Normal function The induction stove switches off automatically after 2 hours if no other function buttons are pressed.
LOC appears in one of the displays. LOC mode on To exit Lock mode, press and hold the [LOCK] button for 3 seconds.

Warranty statement

All electrical and electronic products commercialized by Prozis via are cov-ered by the warranty applicable to the purchase and sale of consumer goods.

This document contains the terms and conditions of Prozis’ warranty for final consumers.
This warranty is valid exclusively for consumers who purchase the product for non-profession-al purposes.
Prozis guarantees the product is to remain free from material and production defects for a 2-year period, counting from the date of initial purchase by a consumer and respective deliv-ery, or for longer if legally established by the applicable national law.
In the event that repair is required, this 2-year period is suspended during repair time.
The gradual performance decrease caused by prolonged use of the product’s consumable components, such as batteries, is not covered by this warranty unless the malfunction is caused by faulty design, materials or production.
If the need arises to exercise the rights conceded to you through this warranty, please contact Prozis customer service via the communication channels provided on the Prozis website, and follow the provided instructions or recommendations. Contact and technical assistance information is also provided at the end of this warranty. Any claims made regarding this warranty will only be valid if proof of purchase is presented by the original customer. This proof of purchase may be the original invoice or receipt, as long as it includes information regarding the date of purchase and the product’s model name.
Any repairs made under this warranty cannot be made by third parties. This warranty does not apply to any repairs, or damage caused directly by such repairs, that have impacted or caused the damage that is the subject of the respective warranty claim.
The following situations are not covered by this warranty:

  1. Any wear and tear of parts and components resulting from normal product use.
  2. Cracks, dents, scratches, and other types of superficial damage that only affect the prod-uct’s appearance.
  3. Any malfunction caused by inappropriate use of the product that does not comply with user manual instructions.
  4. Use and storage of the product not complying with user manual instructions.
  5. Opening of the product by a third party who is not authorized to proceed to its repair.
  6. Altering or changing parts or components, whether internal or external.
  7. Damage caused by battery leakage resulting from the breaking of any of its components, or from product misuse.
  8. Malfunction or damage due to reasons that cannot be ascribed to the production or design of the product.
  9. Use of the product in the context of a business, occupation or commerce.
  10. Malfunction due to use that does not comply with the technical or security norms in force, or with user manual instructions.

The services provided by Prozis in order to repair or fix any fault or malfunction resulting from the verification of any of the aforementioned excluded situations will be subject to payment of labor, transport and component costs.
The customer shall bear all risks of loss and damage to the product during transportation to Prozis. This warranty will be void if the returned product arrives with labels or stickers that have been removed, damaged, tampered with or modified in any way.
Prozis cannot be held responsible for indirect damage or loss due to usage of the product.
To request warranty service, you must first contact Prozis customer service via the communication channels provided on the Prozis website, and follow the provided instructions and recommendations.
Send back the product inside its original packaging, including all accessories and documentation, to the following address:
Rua do Cais nº 198
4830-345 Póvoa de Lanhoso
Braga – Portugal
Prozis is always available for additional clarification through their customer service communication channel at


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