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Neff T1323X0 Hello, I am trying to wire in this hob. I just want to connect the mains cable from the cooker socket but the instructions are very obscure. Can you help me with the right configuration as there are 3 types called "N1 N2 and N3" . Why cant it be simple like it used to be!!!!! Brian

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SOURCE: The cooker stays warm when mains cooker switch is on.

Either teh grill element or the oven heating element is fault or the thermostat or grill regulator, locate which element is warm, if the grill then it is most likely the regulator, if it is the oven it is the thermostat. Engineer

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SOURCE: smeg gas hob issues.

Ghazwan,

Relax. The problem is in the switch that is activated when you turn the gas on. It has either misaligned or broken. The gas itself is not involved. Generally, raising the top of the burner area will gain access to the switch and valve. Inspect and readjust or replace. Oh, and disconnect the electricity before touching the switch itself.

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SOURCE: wiring a indesit hob and oven

Minimum wire size is at least #8 and maybe #6 depending how far you are from breaker box. If close to 100' (75 or more) Go the #6. But Im not sure what a hob is.

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SOURCE: Lofra cooker turns itself off

Hi looked on the wed could not find anyone only lofra try try them, hope this helps

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