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reset the microwave. Disconnect the power cord, by 1minutes, and try again,the microcontroller is confuse. If the problem persist you can be problem with the main controller board, repllace, but read your owner manual section troubleshooting for identi the error. download from www.retrevo.com God bless you
When you turn on the hobs main power, press the the rear left hand element pad at the same time and the lock will come off.
press the centre minus button and the bottom right plus button at the same time it will work if not keep trying
You have to hold down the centre sensor button with the minus on and the sensor which turns on the bottom right ring immediatley after turning the hob on. It should unlock, then press the minus again the hob switchs off when you now switch on there will be no lock
That's a H05BB-F two-phase cable - http://www.icc.it/view_cable.php?id=30 - and it's not intended for you to wired it up by yourself. There is of course a way, but the circuit has to be assessed for viability by a qualified electrician beforehand. The reason there's a two phase connection is that the current to the induction coil COULD be too much for a normal cable.
If that's the case, your kitchen circuit would become a fire hazard - the fuses would not blow, the differential wouldn't trigger, but the cable in the wall and behind your other appliances and furniture might catch fire.