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Thank you for using FixYa. The pad lock symbol is a child safety device to prevent accidental operation. Press or touch the area on or around the padlock symbol and the indicator will go out and thus allow you to use the hob
hi i have a eurokers ceramic hob and it has not worked in about a yr. it is touch screen and only 1 mth old when problem happend it was like it over heated and now when you turn it on it flashes on the dial i cnat make out it and the hob wont come on. pls help it is brand new and dont want to throw it out.HELP PLS
gud day,the ceramic hob is very sensitive to operate if u not read the manual.after u unlock the switch go to the control of the hob wat area u want to operate by touching the sensor then if u see the zero # touch again the area,positive side to increase the heat 1-9 the standard control heat.some model & brand have a different operational procedure,try to read the manual 1st or check the voltage of the unit coz the ceramic have a 4voltage standard for different country. tnx gerbee
hi im gerbee my suggestion is replace the pcv control wat brand u have,always also in philipines the electric hob is so very sensitive,the pcv cotrol is not repairable.or next time u by a new one gas cooktop more ok compare to electric ceramic hob, or use electric ceramic hob w/knob control compare to sensor type,i think the part of the sensor or pcv control is so very expensive,that why i buy an another one.dont try to repair more difficult to com.tnx
You have Red and Black HOT wires and a Green Neutral - That is 220 volts. From the wall - Black is Normally HOT and White is Neutral. That is 110 volts. If that is a typical household outlet, is will only supply a demand at about 15 amps while running at 110 volts. Your Cooktop will most likely demand somewhere around 50 amps at 220 volts. - Short Answer - You will need to have a 220 volt supply line ran to the cooktop from the breaker. Easy to do but dangerous if you are unfamiliar with high voltage.
Got the same problem, and remembered I've kept the manual book
L means locked. I dont know how Ive managed to do this as well
Anyway it says:
Cancelling the key lock After switching ON the control the child safety feature can be deactivated. Here it is necessary to simultaneously operate the front right cooking-zone-select-key and the MINUS-key and then operate the MINUS-key alone. If all steps hae been carried out in the right order within 10seconds the key lock gets cancelled and the control is OFF. Otherwise the input will be considered incomplete, the control remains locked and switches-OFF after 20 seconds.
After a renewed switching-ON/OFF key all displays show 0", the display dots are blinking and the control is ready for ooking. If a cooking zone is "hot", "H" will be displayed instead of the static 0".
Followed their instructions & still not worked. ,I am still confused and baffled after these instructions........................