There are 5 terminals in the connection box. 3L & 2N . + 1EARTH what terminals do I use to conect the mains cable to just to use the hob alone? If i needed to conect a Double oven, can i conect it into the same box ? and do i have to conect any straps to the other terminals?
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Re: conecting a lead to an electric hob
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
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Are you sure it is properly wired? For 1 phase 230v:
1= power earth
2-3 intersected = N
4-5-6 are L1-L2-L3 that should be conected together to L
Kuppersbusch is not very cooperative about what their error codes indicate, but E6 seems to be a (low) voltage issue, so you might too check the cabling to the outlet, measure the voltage with a multimeter when you successively switch on elements
I take it the two fuses you mention were the house fusebox and the fuse in the outlet in your kitchen?
If you know the mains is getting to the hob and nothing at all is lighting up on the panel then this sounds like a job for the professionals.
I can't find any mention of a reset button or user acessable fuse in the manual.
The only thing left to do is check the main wire connection underneath the hob - if it is accessable. (switch off at the wall first!)
Assuming you are in the UK
Service force telephone number is 08705 929 929
Hope this helps.
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.
I have a Neff T4344N0/08. I cannot stop all four hobs flashing - ie: I press the 'on' button all four flash, I then choose which one I want to use plus the number but they all keep flashing instead of stopping after the usual three or four. Please help - have I pressed something I shouldn't, perhaps a child lock?
OK. I know whats wrong. On your terminal I guess you only connected the Large Brown wire to the number 2 terminal ( Live ) What you have to do is bridge terminal 1 and 2 together. You may need to peel back the heavy copper brown so you can split it evenly and ensure it can reach to terminal 1 and 2 . So what you have then is one cable feeding to both 1 and 2 terminal. If you have the smaller live brown wire just connect that to terminal 2 also. That should fix your problem. I will check back to see if you have any more problems..
can't give you much guidence - will be either regulator or the plate itself. no easy way to find out. you will have to remove the hob top and check for continuity thro the plate. ifplate is ok, then power up and check for supply to the plate. if no supply, then the regulator will be at fault
this is almost certainly a wiring issue
at the mains connection block, there are links which have not been tightened down. there is usually a diagram adjacent to mains block telling you what to do. connection block is covered by a plate. take plate off and tighten all terminals making sure links have been inserted. switch of at mains of course