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Thank you, this is very helpful...
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Posted to Thread #30011 at 11:32 am on Dec 6, 2017
Doesn't it seem odd that when I called LC, they knew nothing of a diffuser, yet you were told to get one. Rather than send back what appears to be a sound pot, I will get a diffuser to try out.
Other messages in this thread:
- 30011. Hot spots on my pride-of-the-kitchen Le Creuset pot - help! - Anna_X - 4:38pm on 12/05/17 (14)
- I have seen cast-iron heat duffusers. I had one once that was a disk with many holes [LINK] - Joe - 6:13pm on 12/05/17
- Weird. What I see is a part to a batter dispenser. Try again? [NT] - Anna_X - 7:49pm on 12/05/17
- I suspect the metal under the enamel is not properly stabilized - pmassell_93 - 6:41pm on 12/05/17
- A very clear explanation of what might have happened, thanks. [NT] - Anna_X - 7:50pm on 12/05/17
- Is this enamel cast iron OR enamel on steel. The latter will develop hot spots - Charley - 7:11pm on 12/05/17
- I don't know which it is. I thought it was iron all over. [NT] - Anna_X - 7:51pm on 12/05/17
- Is it VERY heavy? Is it like a stockpot--thin sides like an aluminum one - Charley - 6:50am on 12/06/17
- It's very heavy. [NT] - Anna_X - 11:29am on 12/06/17
- Then I think it is faulty. I have never had hot spots in my LC enamel cast iron - Charley - 5:27pm on 12/06/17
- WHen I bought my large Le Cruset saute pan, it was recommended to me to get a diffuser - LisainLA - 12:20am on 12/06/17
- Thank you, this is very helpful... - Anna_X - 11:32am on 12/06/17
- The staff at the kitchen store where I bought the pan recommended it to me. - LisainLA - 11:31pm on 12/06/17