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Miele KM5753 Induction Cooktop - Error 30

Our power was down for approx 30 mins. After power returned, my KM5753 is beeping with an error FE 30. No mention of 30 in the manual, only FE99 for overheating of induction coil. Any thoughts?

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  • peejay71 Jul 14, 2008

    Thanks. Just switched off at the main fuse, reset it + cooktop stopped the beeping.

  • shelly_bum Jul 17, 2008

    Have just had a Meile induction cooktop installed, and ef 40 is flashing in the control panel. Have turned the power off at the mains for a couple of mins and turned back on and problem persists.

    Thanks robert

  • pargy Sep 22, 2008

    Mine is FE 31 and a 1 minute re-set of the circuit breaker does not cure the problem

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    whirlpool induction cooktop is super irritating and it beeps when over is over 400 degrees beeping is non stop. service guy used reset code and that helped for a day or two. we would like to avoid droppin $100 everytime the repair guy comes to punch in the code

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Clock works but not the cooktop. Held the lock key for 5 seconds and "local blue" came up. Unplugged for 30 seconds and back to clock only on.


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I have a KM5753 with FE31 and it remains after a breaker 1 minute re-set as per instruction booklet - anyone seen that one?

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I had this problem on a Stoves CTH900 6 ring hob .there had been a power cut and the unit came up with an error 7A or 56A, plus the hob would not work.I checked the control unit under the hob and found the capacitor C17 had failed.(small silver can with the number 220 on the top).I replaced it with a 16v 1000uF capacitor(50 pence from component store) and the hob worked fine. I know this a different make/ model to yours but i think its a generic problem with all induction hobs.if you find a competent electrician im sure he'll be able to fix it for the way Stoves wanted to come out and charge £300 to fix it!

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Reset your breaker.

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