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Induction cooktop Peasch kashering

Rabbi Jonathan Blass21 Iyyar 5766
Can Magnetic Induction cooktops be kashered for Pesach use and if so, how? Thanks
From the descriptions I have read of these cooktops, they themselves remain cool while inducing the pots that are placed on them to heat up. It is possible however that food from these pots may have boiled over and spilled onto the surface of the cooktop. Kashering a surface that has absorbed chametz from hot food spilling onto it, requires one to pour boiling water onto the surface directly from the pot in which the water was heated.
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