I have recently purchased an Ilve H60v gas cook top however the jets in the unit are for mains gas. I have LPG bottles. I have purchased the appropriate gas Jets for LPG but do not know how to instal them or where to find a manual which will give me the information.
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try to use black to black: white to red: and green and white to ground. you may not have a 240 volt supply to this unit. most of the time when you have these color wires that would tell me that it only has 120 volts of power. you can try to wire it up as described, but it may not heat enough with just 120 volts. what type of cook top did you replace, a gas unit and now your changing it to an electric one? if so, then you will have to replace the wiring inside the wall with the proper size wiring to handle the extra current from an electric unit.
OK, the best action is to call for service, if the unit was just installed, and purchased. This unit should be covered at this time, by the manufactures warranty, or store 30 day warranty. This repair should be free. The culprit will be a faulty spark ignition switch, and module. Testing is required. Once this switch, or(module), is replaced, the unit will operate correctly.
I accidentally bumped the thing where the gas comes out (I don't know what it's called - I'm a wife not a tekkie) and it started clicking when I turned it on. I turned off the gas and repositioned that gizmo and it stopped clicking.
problem with hob is probably water ingress in area of ignition unit - will probably cure itself
oven is a completely separate unit from hob. problem with it is that you have to re-set the clock - you have it on automatic. after power outage, oven clock always has to be reset