A Belling Cooker Hob has cracked and I'b being told it cannot be replaced as it's over 12 years old and the part is obsolete. We have also been advises not to use it under any circumstances. It looks as if we have no choice but to buy a new one. Is ther any other option?
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That Samsung model number is an oven. You possibly have a samsung c61r2aee hob. The warranty is usually 2 years from new, so if it is still in that time you can try for a replacement although warranty would not cover breakage caused by dropping something on it, so you may have to lie.
You can get replacement glass for it, the cost depending on where you are. Replacement goes like this
ENr is on rating plate on bottom of hob. The Ceramic top is easy to replace, it is held on by 3 pozi screws on each side (12 altogether) and just sits on the main electrical parts, obviously the unit should be isolated from main before you remove the top. Part can be ordered using the link http://www.bosch-home.co.uk/store/spareparts/search
Did you crack your hob by means of impact or did it happen on its own accord?
I have a neff induction hob and has just cracked in 3 directions while cooking this evening. I am just trying to determine if there is a common fault with this neff product or I am just unfortunate. Mine is under warranty and have a engineer coming on Monday, so have the whole weekend with no hob as I have been advised not to use it.
Remove hotplate and oven control knobs. Under the 2nd and 5th knobs is an extra screw which holds on the front cover. Unscrew these and free the cover then access is gained to the screws (2 on each edge) which removes the plate to which the regulators are fixed.Remove the faulty regulator by unscrewing it from the plate,(2 screws) It is an easy job then to install the new part taking care to put the correct wires on the correct terminals. Reassemble, job done!