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Press power on switch and blows main fuse box
Possible that the main heating element is faulty. It is possible that the wires have shorted or due to insects if there was failure of the insulation of the wires leading to shorting of the lead lines.
Disconnect the main lines and use a multimeter to check and confirm the short of the heating element or wires.
Take all precaution for safety in testing live circuit.
on Aug 18, 2011
I have a neff T1.D20 dual circuit hotplate but
I have a T172 model which also has a dual circuit hotplate.
In the control area you should find a dual circuit control pad - this has two concentric circles on it. With the hob switched on, pressing this button will chnage the mode of the dual circuit hot plate bewteen:
1. Just the inner part
2. Both the inner and outer together.
When the hob is switched off using the Standby control pad, it remembers which mode was selected and will therefore work the same next time it is switched on. However, it is worth noteing that when the mains power to the hob is interuppted, either by an isolator switch/breaker, or a power cut, the hob defaults back to just the inner ring mode.
on Oct 03, 2009
Wiring for Neff Hob-not supplied/no wiring instructions
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.
on Jun 13, 2009
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