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Midea induction cooker model ef197

When switched on the beeper keeps going off - the cookware is correct - the cooker doesn't get hot after a short while the cooker switches off

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SOURCE: Vollrath induction cooker is not working. The display reads F9. Model # is 59500.

The range does not recognize the pan material. Only ferrous (magnetic) cookware will work with induction. This is a protection circuit to only heat proper cookware. When all else fails read the instruction book or call the service department for the manufacturer...save time, reduces frustration and assures safe operation. Good Luck

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SOURCE: My Zanussi Induction cooker model ZKT 621LX is not

Hello Horus,

The child-lock has been activated - probably accidentally, but someone may think you're not safe to use it. The de-activate the child lock . . .

1. Switch the cooktop on so all zone show "L"
2. Press both the + sign for the right-front zone and the - sign simultaneously. All four zones will show "0" with flashing decimal points.
3. Press the - sign again. The cooktop will switch off.

You can now switch the cooktop on and use it normally again.

Hope this helps. If you have any difficulty de-activating the child-lock or need further assistance, please let me know.

Regards,
BElectric.

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      Put a pan on the cooktop surface if you receive an E0 error. This error indicates the absence of cookware on the ceramic surface.

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