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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, if you take off the magnetic knob & let it flash a little longer, then switch off & on again it will work. Ours is doing the same. The book says it needs cleaning, as do the customer services people but I've cleaned & cleaned it & I assure you it's spotless. You don't have to wait 10 minutes though to start cooking, just 1 after switching off. It is very annoying though & I think we will be getting an engineer out to look at it.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
SOURCE: we got an E3 error
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Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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Switching off the childproof lock
1. Press the ON key.
2. Then immediately press the Plus key of the cooking zone at the left-back and the Minus key of the cooking zone at the right-back simultaneously.
3. Then press the Minus key in order to deactivate the childproof lock. The "L" will go off.
If this doesn't work or you have a different model, please post back and I will let you know the correct deactivation method for your model.
Hope this helps.
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