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I have a Bosch 30" induction cooktop that has stopped working with no error codes.

Have powered off the breaker several times. One time the lights on the cooktop came on but since then there is no life. Also tried pressing power for several seconds. No luck. Thoughts?

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Dear Ed,
Sounds like you have a short, perhaps in the cooktop control panel. Please do not even try to get it to work again until it is checked by an electrician, so you do not find your self fighting a fire somewhere between the circuit breaker box and the cooktop.
God bless your efforts.

Posted on Jun 01, 2018

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    edward SHAW Jun 01, 2018

    Thanks, but I think I wasn't very clear. The circuit breaker is not popping. I turned it off on purpose to try to clear the problem. I don't think I have a short.

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SOURCE: Miele KM5753 Induction Cooktop - Error 30

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