Question about Cooktops
Posted by Anonymous on
Induction cook tops do not heat by convection... only the cook ware gets hot. Your cook ware has to be made or encapsulate ferrous materials. More simply put; if a magnet won't stick to the pot it won't work on an induction cook top.
Posted on Jun 09, 2019
Initially, it could either be:
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
It would seem you posted anew.
For some reason I could not locate related literature for a RCC3024LD01,although there are for LB01, LQ01 and a LT01. Most of the components inthese models could be checked with the use of a continuity tester(multitester VOM/DVM). The idea is to check for continuity of eachcomponent. If we are to assume that the heating element as a likelysuspect, it is a matter of checking if the coil is continuous, that isno break anywhere in between. The test prods of the continuity testerwould be applied to the two (2) terminals of the heating element andthe tester should deflect/display how much is the resistance. Normalreading shouold be pretty low while no deflection/reading indicates anopen coil and therefore would require replacement.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: Wolf electric induction stovetop
We had the same problem with the Wolf induction stovetop. They came out and changed out a part and have never had that problem again. They said there was a problem on all units that came out earlier this year (2008) so if you are one of those, you should call them and have them change that out. But... I am also very frustrated about the inability to fry things on this unit. I don't fry very oftehn but it gives very unsatisfactory results, constantly shutting the heat off and then back on. Hmmm yumm.... soggy rare ahi- uncrispy chicken- anybody?? HELP!
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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I located that on Electrolux Cooktop error codes "35" and "75" stand for input voltage too low. It could be an issue with your filter board or an issue within the voltages. I would recommend having a professional come out to your cooktop to properly diagnose to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. -Matt
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You may try and reset the induction cook top by disconnecting the power to the unit for up to 30 seconds. This will clear most false error codes. You can disconnect power by flipping the circuit breaker off and back on. If the error code does not clear, then the unit more than likely can be experiencing an issue with the EOC and user interface board. This is not a typical do it yourself job; please consult a professional or your manufacturer.
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