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My miele km490 induction cooktop turns off during cooking. I turn it back on and after a few minutes it turns off again. The boost buttons are not working either but unit still turns on and I am able to cook with it but just turns off throughout cooking process. I have had my cook top for 9 years and it has been fine up until a few months ago. Anyone had similar problem?

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Hi,

If you have an illuminated red key symbol on the cooktop, press down where the illuminated red key is, for about 5 seconds. This method works on many Schott Ceran / Miele cooktops including the KM443 listed above.

If this doesn't work, please let me know the correct model number.

Hope this helps.

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