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How do I connect the Defy 600s oven to the 220v main power supply? I gather that the hob get its supply via the oven unit since I don't see any possible power connector plugs?

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I have the same predicament. Did you manage to connect your new hob to your old stove? If so, please let us know how to do it.

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? The safe operation of this appliance can only be guaranteed if
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damage incurred as a result of incorrect installation.
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Appliance in a tall unit - Fig. 2
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Does the unit have enough power to run (220V), also above you only mentioned convection? So is this the only cycle you have issues with? So, bake and broil work fine? The reasons for the question are they function work together for preheat. If all you elements are having issue, then check source of power to element and relay power up at board for the issue. Did this issue start after a cycle (self clean)? Check breaker for 220V, check supply to oven 220V, check power from relay / clock for 220V. If all this is good, check the elements for 220V (use caution when doing this). Get me more information and we can solve this, I seek to locate the problem by looking for power or lack of.

I am under the assumption you understand electricity and how to work with it. If not, please seek a service person to preform these tests or repair.

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