Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have some no-name induction hob (SilverCrest). It was working fine for three years, but than it suddenly stopped heating. It was turned on, but it didn't heat as if it wouldn't recognize a pot athough I had the correct one. I already ordered a new induction hob but than I discovered that my old one DOES work if I unplug it from electricity after each use. I don't mind doing that, but now I also have a new inductin hob which I can send back to Amazon in 30 days. However, I don't know how much longer will my old induction hob work (so I can stay without any for some time and I also have to pay shipping costs for sending a new hob back to Amazon.) Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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