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I had flashing Es every time I turned the hob on - got worse and worse until unusable. Neff help line useless - service call cost ridiculous. My problem was the capacitor on the 5 volt power supply had failed. 5 volt supply was at 3.8 volts. Replaced the capacitor and the hob's now perfect - a joy to use. Only helps if you are tech savvy and willing to open the unit, but may give you some hope or point you in the right direction.t
Try - set all hotplates to setting 2. Switch off jot plates one after another starting with front right in clockwise direction, touch main switch for at least 5 seconds & a signal will sound - this activates & de-activates the child lock - or so the instructions say...
To use the hob with the child lock on - it says to press the main switch for more than 4 seconds & that lets you use it.
I have a Neff T4344N0/08. I cannot stop all four hobs flashing - ie: I press the 'on' button all four flash, I then choose which one I want to use plus the number but they all keep flashing instead of stopping after the usual three or four. Please help - have I pressed something I shouldn't, perhaps a child lock?
gud day,not all models of ceramic hob have a child lock,check it 1st ur unit if have it,if we have,touch the circle w/sign of key to lock the ceramic for ur child,to unlock touch again.u see the ligth red is on it means the lock is in ON.easy to unlock even ur child by touching the key sign,for ur safety to not use ur unit,unplug the unit if it not use.