Question about Kitchen Ranges
Random tripping of the RCCB even when we are away and no ancillary equipment is on. MCBs never trip
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some of the less expensive UPS devices have two sets of plugs. One set provides backup power and the other set only provides surge protection. You need to ensure that the devices for which you want backup power are plugged into the correct outlets on the UPS.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
This error code indicates "power failure" was detected. This could be caused by a bad/loose connection at either the logic board, the relay board, or at one of the three main power connection terminals on the back of the dryer. The logic board is located inside the control panel. The relay board is located in the base of the dryer. You can unplug and reseat electrical connections at these locations and check the main power cord hook-up at the terminal block. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
You evidently have an earth fault on the cooker i.e one of the heating elements has failed and the trip switch is operating to prevent you getting a shock.
Most likely it is one of the radiant rings that is at fault but it could also be an oven element.
There is no easy way to tell without checking with a multi-meter for earth continuity between each element and the cooker frame, you can do this with the power off and the meter set to resistance or continuity test.
There should be no reading between healthy elements and earth but a faulty element will normally show a reading when the probe touches the cooker frame.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
If it trips the breaker you have a rather hard short in the unit---take for repair shop to examine or if old consider a new unit.
Posted on Aug 30, 2012
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