No. The appliance only operates one process at the same time. It therefore grills in the vertical position and reheats in the horizontal position.
Use standard square cut bread. Remember that stale bread toasts faster than fresh bread; frozen bread takes longer. If a slice of bread gets stuck, switch off the appliance and leave it to cool. Unplug the appliance before attempting to remove the bread. You can then remove the bread without the risk of touching a hot element.
The toaster comes with sensor browning control to toast successively several slices of bread with a constant result keeping the same temperature setting. It has been tested in our labs that there'll be no burnt toasts.
If you want to make cappuccinos and lattes you're much better off with a coffee machine. Buy a coffee maker, if you want to make large quantities of coffee as you produce up to 15 cups worth in one cycle.
The non-stick warming plate will ensure that spilled coffee will not stain on the warming plate.
The coffee maker can make 10 cups in mugs and 15 cups in coffee cups.
It is strongly not advisable to boil anything other than water in the jug kettle.
· Never put foodstuffs or foodstuff additives into the kettle.
· Never heat milk or stock on the kettle. Do not place any objects in the kettle.
The filter in the kettle is a scale filter. The scale filter is used to filter out the powdery whitish layer in your kettle. Lime scale deposits on the bottom of the kettle result in loss of energy and can affect the service life of the appliance. The appliance switches off before boiling if the layer of scale is too thick. It is then very difficult to remove. The appliance should be de-scaled regularly depending on the level of the water hardness.
The boiling water is approximately 90°C and above. However, the boiling point of water depends on the water purity. Water which contains impurities (such as salted water) boils at a higher temperature than pure water.