20 Most Recent Max Burton 6015 Portable Induction Cooktop Stove and Interface Disk C Questions & Answers

I have Bajaj Induction Cooker MAJESTY ICX 2 model. While it is working suddenly the display shows E4 and heating stopped. the on/off switch also not functioning. Pl. tell me how I will repair the cooker and what spares are required for repairing.
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Susanta Banerjee
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Max Burton 6015... | Answered on Dec 16, 2016

The controls are not working anymore and will have to be replaced.

Cooktops | Answered on Feb 18, 2021

Probably a defective capacitor on the main board.
Trace and replace.

Cooktops | Answered on Feb 08, 2021

has your supply voltage dropped below 140V ?

Cooktops | Answered on Dec 24, 2020

Hi I have the same HOB, DEFY DHD406. The back left plate sensor doesn't seem to pick up my finger when I press it. The hob is brand new. All the other plates work except one

Cooktops | Answered on Dec 16, 2020

A quick gargle turned up this;

Cooktops | Answered on Dec 07, 2020

WD40 is a Water Displacement (formula 40) spray. You do not need to displace water. Also when it fully dries, it leaves a waxy film to further shed WATER. People use it for everything, it smalls nice, but it was made for one thing only.

Electric or gas cooktop?

Gas have a safety feature, push in and turn, some have an electric lock.

Just sticky, or corroded, use Plus Gas, or some type of penetrating oil.

Did they work before or is this cook top new to you?

Did you read the instructions?

Cooktops | Answered on Nov 18, 2020

Are you sure the cooktop is plugged in? Are you sure there is no blown fuse for that group?

Cooktops | Answered on Nov 14, 2020

Could be a power fault. But only the service manual gives the Rea reason. You also need the manual if you want to solve the problem

Cooktops | Answered on Nov 14, 2020

Look for a defective capacitor on the circuit board, like on the picture. The top is somewhat curved or even open.
Replace the cap and the ones that are the same. most likely they are from the same batch and will be defect in a few weeks or so. Look at the green capacitors. the top left was blown in my hub.
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Cooktops | Answered on Nov 14, 2020


Cooktops | Answered on Nov 07, 2020

I got the same problem on a brand new installed in few minutes I must sayid hotpoint is one of the worst hob ever existed

Cooktops | Answered on Nov 03, 2020

Sorry I am unable to comment on your specific problem, I just wanted to remark that it is the usual practice with bought-in parts whereas those parts manufactured in-house tend to be more reasonably priced.
Often it seems the price of bought-in parts double as soon as they arrive and then repackaging cost is added and then a notional amount of extra profit added for good measure...

Sometimes, when a component bears the name or the logo of the original manufacturer, it is possible to source replacements from that company resulting in a considerable saving. Several times I have managed to do this and once the saving was an incredible amount. The appliance manufacturer wanted £65 plus carriage and tax but the component manufacturer sold me the part for a total cost of £16.60.

Cooktops | Answered on Nov 02, 2020

Contact F&P or an appliance parts supplier to learn part number and availability.

Cooktops | Answered on Oct 30, 2020

Child Lock:
After switching on the control, the child lock function can be activated. To activate the child lock,
simultaneously operate the right and the left of the slider button and then operate the right of the
slider button again. "L" meaning LOCKED will appear in all heater displays and the control can not
be changed. (If a cooking zone is in the hot condition, "L" and "H" will be displayed in alternation.)
The hob will remain in a locked condition until it gets unlocked, even if the control has been
switched off and on.
To deactivate the child lock, first switch on the hob. Simultaneously operate the right and the left of
the slider button and then operate left of slider button again. "L" will disappear in the display and
the hob will be switched off.

Cooktops | Answered on Apr 20, 2020

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Cooktops | Answered on Mar 17, 2020

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