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2 burner Induction witout bridge element

txag1994 | Mar 23, 201611:01 AM    

We are unexpectedly having to replace our electric cooktop. The only one I have found that will fit the current hole in our counter top is an Electrolux model (EW36IC60LS), unfortunately there is no bridge element on this one. We have been using a bridge element for over 20 years. Has anyone with induction had any luck sitting their griddle or pan on 2 burners? Will it heat evenly without the expansion element between the 2? We use a griddle and most importantly my oval doufeu (Le Creuset), this pot is huge and takes up 2 burner. Any help ir advice is greatly appreciated!

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