What are the correct connections for the wiring .the flex is 5 core ,the grey and black are joined together as are the blue and brown the earth is green and yellow .is the grey and black the neutral and the brown and blue the live.uk version cheers.
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The white one may just form an earth loop,, I recently had a ceramic plate needing cleaned so we did the whole lot, I think most hobs have 4 wires and they are numbered rather than colour coded..hope this helps
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.
check that the hob is wired correctly underneath 1,2,3 should be linked together as live 4,5 as neutral and earth takes its place as earth,
if it is wired correctly then i m afraid the hob needs a new induction element it is all one complete unit on these hobs not seperate so your looking at £1000 + to fix it plus engineer call out charges
The details of how to wire the T1213 hob are printed on the base of the hob next to the terminal compartment.
For a single cable installation, Neutral is connected to terminals 4 & 5 which should already be linked with a copper link. Terminals 1,2 & 3 should be linked together using the links supplied (hidden in the side of the terminal compartment) and Live is connected to any one of 1,2 or 3. The Earth goes to the terminal beside the cable clamp.
the usual method is to link the 3 live terminals together and the 2 neutrals. the links normally come with the hob and are often already in position. make sure the links are present and tightened down. it then doesnt matter which of the three you connect live to and same for neutral you should connect the double oven on a separate circuit with its own isolator
Thios induction hob (Electrolux) has 4 wires - Y/G, brown. blue and black.
The Y/G is obviously the Earth conductor, and I would assume normality says that
Brown is the live conductor and Blue the neutral conductor.
The quandry is whether or not to disconnect the black wire completely, as this appears to have no function in a domestic wiring circuit.