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The hob is normally totally independent of the oven. What is actually working or not working on the oven? i.e. does the grill still work, is the clock OK and can you set it, or is everything totally dead?
Hellostarsevern!!Did you get your cooker fixed, what was the problem? I have a Zanussi ZCE7550, but apart from that I'm in exactly the same predicament as you in the post you made on Sep 18, 2010... Can anyone help with a suggestion please???
It depends on the make and model, that number you quoted is for your slot in oven,the hob is a seperate unit.They could cost more than the hob is worth but if you get the model number and relog the question maybe we can help.
Sounds as if your oven heating element has failed. You need to fit a new one.
Usually you have to get the back off, disconnect the old element, remove the fixxing screws and element, fit new one, reconnect and it should be fixed. Don't forget to switch the power off before starting work.
it will have nothing to do with the supply, although it does sound as though he could have done a better job. if the appliances are brand new get Zanussi out to it. shame on the guy for not checking that they worked as they should. hope this helps.