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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove hotplate and oven control knobs. Under the 2nd and 5th knobs is an extra screw which holds on the front cover. Unscrew these and free the cover then access is gained to the screws (2 on each edge) which removes the plate to which the regulators are fixed.Remove the faulty regulator by unscrewing it from the plate,(2 screws) It is an easy job then to install the new part taking care to put the correct wires on the correct terminals. Reassemble, job done!
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: fagor hob touch control
Our hob has the same problem. I would really like to know the reason for this! Try using a rubber eraser instead of your finger - this works every time with our hob. Covering Up and Down arrows with the rubber, zeros it instantly just like using both fingers. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: Stoves 700CTH hob
I have a Stoves 900 CTH with the same problem. Its been like it for about 6 months and we're still able to get it going eventually.
If you turn the power on at the mains and leave it beeping for about 2 hrs then press the power on touch button. You should see all the "0."s flashing. When the flashing and beeping goes slow try pressing one of the hob buttons alot until the little dot illuminates next to the 0 then quickly lit the + button.
It sometimes works after 5 mins but other times it takes 20-30mins and is a real pain in the ****.
I did ring Stoves a while back and they quoted me £190 for the pcb but I hardly use it so just lived with it as it is but I finally had enough tonight and done a web search which turned up this thread.
I've just pulled it to bits to see if I could locate this "C17" but not 100% sure what I'm looking for.
Is it the big silver thing in the center with 5B RVJ on it?
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
The child-lock has been activated - probably accidentally, but someone may think you're not safe to use it. The de-activate the child lock . . .
1. Switch the cooktop on so all zone show "L"
2. Press both the + sign for the right-front zone and the - sign simultaneously. All four zones will show "0" with flashing decimal points.
3. Press the - sign again. The cooktop will switch off.
You can now switch the cooktop on and use it normally again.
Hope this helps. If you have any difficulty de-activating the child-lock or need further assistance, please let me know.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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