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Maplin n93cx circuit why has the small transformer started to smoke ?

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Constant buzzing noise, must be transformer but stove works perfect. is this normal


Look to see if coiled gas line is vibrating against back of stove. (Or try pulling stove forward a bit).

Otherwise, you are probably correct about a transformer. It can be ''defective'' and still work.

May 18, 2015 | GE Profile JGP636 Gas Cooktop

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Had power outage & when electric company put new transformer on, stove came on with this error f11 error, when open oven door it mesg goes off & on, oven wont work now


I appreciate your post, Katherine!
Based off the information you have provided your Frigidaire range is displaying an "F11" error code after a power outage. An "F11" error code stands for a shorted keypad. I would suggest performing a reset on your range and you can do that by flipping the household circuit breaker off for at least ten minutes. If that does not work you may need to have a professional technician out to provide proper repairs. This will prevent you from any unnecessary part purchases. Hopefully this is helpful. -Matt

May 02, 2015 | Frigidaire Stove/Oven/Range Cooktop -...

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Schott ceran touch


might be transformer noise? try turning the cooktop circuit off at the electrical main switchboard.
or get your wife to stop singing opera!!

Oct 22, 2013 | Kuppersbusch Cooktops

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Electrolux induction cooktop shuts off and won't turn back on


There is an internal thermal circuit breaker. The breaker has gone bad. On-line of Electrolux find a service manual of your model to locate the breakers location. Contact a local appliance parts store for a replacement also ask for heat sink gel(very small amount). Trip the circuit breaker, remove bad one, clean the space, apply gel and replace it.

May 13, 2010 | Cooktops

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Gas comes on but no fire comes out when knob turns on. must light manually


ur igniter is not working either the igniter wire or the transformer...igniter wire is in the buner base color white ceramic that the igniter wire..if is broken pelace it..check all the igniter wire...if no sound it is igniter transformer...its expensive to replase the igniter transformer.

Jan 13, 2010 | Cooktops

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Error code 56 on stoves ceramic hob


The capacitor C17 on the pcb modual needs changing, dont go to stoves as this will cost you in the region of £250 to £300 yep i could not believe it either, Go to Maplins and get a capacitor (1000uf 16v VH50) Turn of the power Lift out the hob undo the screws around the top edge two each side the at the back take off the Glass now remove the heat shield from around the modual, lift out the modual and turn over, looking at the pcb at the top slightly to the right is C17 a small object that looks like a silver battery, carfully break this so it falls apart and remove any small bits, note - on left + on right Now solder new Capacitor in place, you will have to cut the legs shorter so dont get any parts to hot when soldering new part in, put everything back as it came apart and the hob will now work as good as new and only costing you approx 56p it should take a novice about 20mins to do this, good luck.

Aug 30, 2009 | Cooktops

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I have a four wire on a 20 Amp service. I need 110 outlet.


4 wire recepticals are used for 220 Volt appliances, there should be 2 hot (117V to ground) and one each Grounding and grounded (read neutral) conductors) Breaker or disconnect should be 2 pole for 220 Volt circuit. A 20 Amp 110/117 Volt circuit would have a single pole breaker or disconnect, one "hot" conductor(should be black or colored , not green or white), one neutral conductor (should be white or neutral with white stripe) and an equipment grounding conductor (should be green or bare copper). It sounds to me like your receptical was wired for 220 V using whatever colored wires were handy. Back up to breaker or fuse (disconnect), and shut off circuit. New 117 Volt outlet will be wired with Black to Brass colored screw (short slot on face), One White wire will be used for Neutral conductor (make sure you know which one it is at the breaker panel) and one of the other white wires may (but shouldent be) used for ground (use green marker to identify it at each end),The third white wire should be removed if you can, otherwise cap with wire nut at each end and coil up in back of boxes. At the breaker/ fuse panel, the Black wire is connected to the breaker (It will be your "hot" lead), The white being used for the Neutral is connected to the neutral buss bar with the other Neutrals, and the green goes to the grounding buss bar (should have other green or bare copper wires. Once all is properly connected and secured but without the disposal plugged in, turn on the power and check for leaking smoke (smoke here is a bad thing) The fuse or breaker should protect your wires and help keep that smoke inside the boxes. Check voltages at the new plug, 117 V accross Short and longer slot, 117 from short to ground (round) and 0 or close to it from long (Neutral) to ground. If voltages check, plug in the new appliance and test.
If in doubt about what you have, dont hesitate to contact an electrician, they get paid for their knowledge and experiance and their ability to keep that nasty smoke inside the boxes.
Good Luck.,

Aug 14, 2009 | Jenn-Air JED8230 Electric Cooktop

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Burner light does not go off on Amana AKT3040


Sounds like a short in that particular burner circuit. Usually when the light stays on even after cool down the heat sensor is bad. This is inside the burner. If your getting white smoke the burner switch could also be shorted out.

Apr 05, 2008 | Amana AKT3040 Electric Cooktop

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