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Regulator switch on hotpoint Halogen hob ew 81 will not work on low settings, does it need a new regulator, and how do I fit it

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suspect more than one problem. half grill not working may be due to half the element gone open circuit. the other problems could be due to an installation fault. many ovens have links in the connection box which have to be tightened down. this is often overlooked. look at the connection box or terminal strip to check. there is often a diagram of hoiw it should be done adjacent.

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This does have an internal fuse and there are probably 2 or 3 of them. They should be located right behind the timer or thermostat.

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SOURCE: Ignition switch on a gas hob/electric oven not sparking

Some have a AAA battery under the button - replace this, others use mains to create the spark, ensure you have the ignition wired up

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SOURCE: Hob on my hotpoint oven trips my RCD

It is either a faulty ring, or the regulator that controls it is faulty.
You really need a meter to test the ring with to be certain which part is faulty.
Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: hello. I have a new hotpoint CIO644 induction hob

Hi

I'm not sure that you really have a problem as with induction hobs you need to put your pan (metal only) with the ingredients in it on the hob before switching the heater on.

it is the pan which will get hot, the ticking may or may not be the pan heating up.

Try it with water only in the pan and see if it works.

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This doesn't sound too healthy, do not take risks with electrical appliances, if you spilled a large amount of liquid it may be the liquid has found its way into the regulators on the hob depending on what type. If however it was newly fitted you should be able to claim on the warranty, its worth checking.

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Hello. I have a new hotpoint CIO644 induction hob but when I turn a hob on, and put a pan of any size on the hob, it start ticking. The ticking stops when I take the pan off. The display shows the setting...


Hi

I'm not sure that you really have a problem as with induction hobs you need to put your pan (metal only) with the ingredients in it on the hob before switching the heater on.

it is the pan which will get hot, the ticking may or may not be the pan heating up.

Try it with water only in the pan and see if it works.

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Hob on my hotpoint oven trips my RCD


It is either a faulty ring, or the regulator that controls it is faulty.
You really need a meter to test the ring with to be certain which part is faulty.
Hope this helps.

Feb 21, 2010 | Ovens

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Timer clock is not illuminated and oven will not work


This does have an internal fuse and there are probably 2 or 3 of them. They should be located right behind the timer or thermostat.

Feb 03, 2009 | Blodgett Ovens

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Halogen ring not working


Hi .
It sounds like the temp control is faulty.
Either way you are going to have to remove the hob top to access the controls and elements, Then you can check if the element is getting a feed to it.

Sometimes you can see if the element has gone, .

If you need any further help, let me know.Good luck.

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