Question about Ovens
It's a bad temp sensor on the surface element. You'll need to replace the whole element. If you have a glass cooktop, it's best to have a qualified repairman change it out for you.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does The thermocouple NOT hold at all or does it go out on low ? make sure the Flame heats the thermocouple , have you tried of disconnecting the Thermocouple from the Magnet and just clean the terminal on the T/C Have you measured the T/C Millivolt reading ? Have you got a clean connection on the Electromagnet ,Chech for bad solder joint in the Magnet
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: 4 Plate stove (hob), when
I would suggest you replace the hotplate that keeps tripping the supply, this hopefully will solve the prob you are experiencing with the other plates.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
The "L" indicates that the child safety lock is on.
You haven't stated which exact model you have, but on most Zanussi's you turn the hob on and then press and hold the + and - buttons together until the display changes from "L" to "0".
Note that on some models you must do this every time you turn the hob on, on some others the lock can be disabled.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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