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SECTION/COMPONENT Flame Oven Gas Heating Elements Flame Failure Device ( FFD ) Problems Gas Leak Gas Valve Ignition Ignition Ignition Fan Turnspit Induction hob Signal Lamp Hot Surface(Residual Heat) Indicator Timer Timer Oven Light Oven Light Hinge Hinge Knobs Hob Electrical Heating Elements Hob Hilight Heating Elements Hilight Heating Elements Cooking Cooking Oven Electrical Heating Elements Oven Elc. Heating Elements Hob Heating Elements Handle Side panels (freestanding cooker) Side panels (built-in cooker) Warmer Drawers and rails Fixed and flap Drawers Wire& Catalytic Shelves Tip-over bracket Front & rear plinth Oven door Cooktop ( gas ) Cooktop ( electrical ) Cooktop ( ceramic ) Front Panel Rear panel

ESTEL COOKING APPLIANCES SERVICE MANUAL


GAS

FREE-STANDING
GAS&ELC ELECTRIC CERAMIC

BUILT-IN OVEN

PROBLEM(S)
Hob burners :Noisy burning /Sooting/ Yellow tip Oven/Grill burner not working/fading Oven / Hob FFD not working Gas Leak from Collector Gas valve stucking Ignitor not turning on/off Ignitor button not working Ignitor not flaming Fan not working/noisy/ hitting its cover Turnspit motor not working Hob doesnt work / Induction hob display errors Signal lamp not working / blinking Residual Heat Indicator not working Digital Timer not working/Timer buttons stucking Timer circuit stays open / closed Oven light not turning on/off Oven light button not working Cooktop lid angle less than 90/more than 100 Oven/Hob Hinge noisy Knob stays locked/broken/loose/knob gasket loose Hotplate(s) doesnt work Highlight heaters doesnt work Touch control display errors Unhomogenious cooking/ Long cooking period Appliance doesnt work at all Top/Bottom/Grill Heating Element not working Ring (Circular) Heating Element not working Regulator(s) doesnt work Oven door handle loose/broken Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Oven turning over Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change ) Damaged ( how to change )

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BUILT-IN SETS
SINGLE OVEN+HOB

GAS HOBS
GAS-ONGLASS

ELECTRIC CERAMIC INDUCTION HOBS HOBS HOBS

COMBINED 4GAS 3GAS OVEN+HOB 1ELC.

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Gas component problems

Flame Problems ( HOBS )

IS THE GAS TYPE / PRESSURE SUITABLE AS SHOWN ON THE RATING PLATE OF THE APPLIANCE?

NO

USE CORRECT GAS/PRESSURE COUPLE WITH THE APPLIANCE. PERFORM A GAS CONVERSION IF NECESSARY. REFER TO "GAS CONVERSIONS" IN USER MANUAL

YES DO THE INJECTORS CONFORM GAS/PRESSURE VALUES INDICATED IN THE TABLE IN THE USER MANUAL?
NO

CHANGE THE INJECTORS WITH CORRECT ONES. ALSO , ADJUST THE FLAMES IN THE MINIMUM POSITION FOR MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE.

HOB BURNERS PROBLEMS :

YES ARE THE BURNER HEADS AND BURNER CAPS MISPLACED? NO

REPLACE THE BURNER BODY, BURNER HEAD AND BURNER CAPS. BE SURE THEY ARE CO-CENTRIC.

ARE THE PAN SUPPORTS INCORRECTLY PLACED / DISTORTED?

YES

CORRECT THEIR POSITION. ALSO CHECK THAT : THE TOP SURFACE OF THE PAN SUPPORTS SHOULD REMAIN 16-20 mm HIGH FROM THE BURNER PORTS.

NO

IF THE PAN SUPPORT IS TOO CLOSE TO THE BURNERS OR IF THEY ARE DISTORTED, REPLACE THEM WITH NEW ONES.

ARE THE INJECTOR HOLES PARTIALLY/FULLY COVERED WITH DEBRIS, SPILLED FOOD ETC.?

YES

CHANGE THE INJECTORS ( SEE BELOW ) DO NOT TRY TO CLEAN THEM. ( WHILE CHANGING THE INJECTOR , PAY ATTENTION THAT THE EXCESS OF THE DEBRIS DOES NOT FALL INTO THE BURNER CUP HOLE. )

NO

IS THE APPLIANCE INSTALLED AS INSTRUCTED IN THE USER MANUAL?

NO

REINSTALL THE APPLIANCE ( AS INDICATED IN USER MANUAL ) THE CREEPS AND CLEARANCES IN THE USER MANUAL STATE THE OPTIMUM DISTANCES REQUIRED FOR THE SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE APPLIANCE.

YES IS THE APPLIANCE OPERATING IN A DUST ENVIRONMENT? YES DUST IN THE SURROUNDING AREA MAY RESULT IN SOOTING. THE BURNERS REQUIRE FRESH AIR FOR OPERATING.

NO
YES

IS THE VENTILATION INSUFFICIENT?

VENTILATION MUST BE IMPROVED TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATION.

NO

IS THE APPLIANCE OPERATING IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE IT IS SUBJECTED TO AIR CURRENTS STRONGER THAN 1m/s?

YES

THIS APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED FOR NON-PROFESSIONAL INDOOR USE. AIR CURRENTS STRONGER THAN 1m/s WILL RESULT IN INSTABILITY OF THE FLAMES.

HOW TO CHANGE HOB INJECTORS : You will need a 7mm wrench and a cross-tip (X) screwdriver. 1- Remove the pan supports, burner cap and burner head. 2- Unscrew the injectors with the wrench. 3- Screw the injectors from spare set to the relevant burners. 4- Replace the pan supports.

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Gas component problems

Flame Problems ( OVEN )

IS THE GAS TYPE / PRESSURE SUITABLE AS SHOWN ON THE RATING PLATE OF THE APPLIANCE?

NO

USE CORRECT GAS/PRESSURE COUPLE WITH THE APPLIANCE. PERFORM A GAS CONVERSION IF NECESSARY. REFER TO "GAS CONVERSIONS" IN THE USER MANUAL

YES ARE THE INJECTORS CONFORMING GAS/PRESSURE INDICATED IN THE TABLE IN THE USER MANUAL?

NO

CHANGE THE INJECTORS WITH CORRECT ONES. ALSO , ADJUST THE FLAMES IN THE MINIMUM POSITION FOR MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE.

SEE : CHANGING OVEN BURNER INJECTORS

SEE : CHANGING GRILL BURNER INJECTORS

Oven Gas Grill Burner fading :

Gas grill fading some time later

Gas grill fading when you take off your hand from the button

PLEASE REFER TO FFD PROBLEMS CHAPTER

NO
IS THE OVEN DOOR IN CORRECT POSITION FOR GRILLING ( OVEN DOOR MUST BE OPEN 15 ANGLE TO THE VERTICAL ) ?

OPEN THE DOOR IN THE CORRECT POSITION. DOES IT SOLVE ?

NO
YES

IS THE GRILL HEAT COVER MOUNTED UNDER FRONT PANEL BEFORE GRILLING ?

NO

REPLACE THE GRILL HEAT COVER IN THE CORRECT POSITION ( DOOR OPENED 15 ANGLE WITH VERTICAL )

YES
NO

CHECK THE FFD DEVICE IS WORKING ?

PLEASE REFER TO FFD PROBLEMS CHAPTER

IF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE OVEN THERMOCOUPLE IS NOT CORRECT ; PLEASE REASSEMBLE.

YES

CORRECT !

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CHECK THE FLAME STABILITY AND QUALITY : IS THE GAS TYPE / PRESSURE SUITABLE AS SHOWN ON THE RATING PLATE OF THE APPLIANCE?

NO

USE CORRECT GAS/PRESSURE COUPLE WITH THE APPLIANCE. OR CHANGE THE INJECTORS WITH THE ONES SUPPLIED IN THE SPARE SET

YES

CHECK IF THE GRILL BURNER DEFECTIVE :

NO

IS THE OVEN EXHAUST FLUE BLOCKED?

YES

REMOVE ANYTHING THAT BLOCKS THE FLUE FROM OPERATING.

NO

ARE THE HOLES ON THE BURNER CRADLE BLOCKED WITH EXCESSIVE NUMBER OF PANS ETC. STORED IN THE WARMING DRAWER?

YES

THE HOLES SUPPLY THE FRESH AIR REQUIRED FOR THE OVEN BURNER. THERE MUST BE A GAP OF AIR UNDER THE BURNER CRADLE FOR SAFE OPERATION OF THE BURNER.

NO IS THE VENTURI OPENING ON THE REAR PART OF THE BURNER BLOCKED WITH MATERIALS SUCH AS INSULATION, CABLES, DIRT ETC? YES

REMOVE ANYTHING THAT BLOCKS THE VENTURI.

IF WRONG CONNECTION ; CHANGE THE GRILL BURNER


NO

CHECK THE REAR PART OF THE VENTURI IN CONTACT WITH THE INJECTOR HOLDER? (WE ADVISE YOU TO CHECK WITH A SMALL MIRROR)

NO

YES

CORRECT

WRONG

IS THE BURNER ASSEMBLY BRACKET ALIGNED WITH THE TOP PART OF THE CAVITY?

NO

THERE ARE TWO HOLES ON THE TOP OF CAVITY. FOR GRILL BURNER ASSEMBLY.; THE REAR HOLE IS THE CORRECT ONE.

CORRECT
WRONG

YES

FRONT
ARE THE INJECTOR HOLES/BURNER PORTS PARTIALLY/COMPLETELY BLOCKED BY DEBRIS, SPILLED FOOD ETC? CHANGE THE OVEN BURNER INJECTORS OR CLEAN THE BURNER PORTS. IF YOU OBSERVE RUST ON THE BURNER BODY, REPLACE THE BURNER WITH A NEW ONE.

YES

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CORRECT WRONG FRONT

Gas component problems

Thermocouple ( FFD ) not working

WHEN YOU TAKE OFF THE KNOB AND PRESS THE SPINDLE WITH YOUR HAND, DOES THE FFD OPERATE CORRECTLY?

YES

Put a silicon washer inside of the knob which you see ignition problem. You can use one of the below parts. You can order them as a spare part. 42058220 KNOB FEED GASKET (SHORT) 42058221 KNOB FEED GASKET (LONG)

NO
YES

IS THE SURFACE OF THERMOCOUPLE COVERED WITH DEBRIS OR SPILLED FOOD?

CLEAN THE SURFACE OF THE THERMOCOUPLE. OR CHANGE THERMOCOUPLE

FOR HOB !

NO

THE HOB THERMOCOUPLES SHOULD BE PROPERLY ATTACHED TO THE VALVE BY COAXIAL CONNECTION

OPEN THE COOKTOP. IS THERE A PROBLEM WITH THE CONNECTION OF THE THERMOCOUPLE?

YES

FOR NON-THERMOSTATIC OVENS, THE FAST-ON TERMINAL SHOULD BE PROPERLY ATTACHED TO THE VALVE. THE EARTH LINE OF THE THERMOCOUPLE (BARE BRASS WIRE) SHOULD BE SCREWED TO ANY SUITABLE PLACE ON THE CHASIS.

NO FOR THERMOSTATIC OVENS , THE NUT SHOULD NOT BE FIXED NEITHER TOO FAST NOR TOO LOOSE. FOR BEST CONNECTION, SCREW THE NUT AS HARD AS YOU CAN WITH YOUR HAND, AND SCREW AN ADDITIONAL 1/4 TURN WITH THE WRENCH.

FOR OVEN FFD

ARE THE THERMOCOUPLES ATTACHED TO THEIR CORRESPONDING VALVES?

NO

EACH THERMOCOUPLE SHOULD BE ASSEMBLED TO ITS BURNER VALVE. (E.G. WHEN THE AUXILLIARY BURNER THERMOCOUPLE IS ATTACHED TO RAPID BURNER VALVE, BOTH AUX. AND RAPID BURNERS WILL NOT OPERATE.)

YES THE ISOLATION ON THE WIRE OF THE THERMOCOUPLE SHOULD NOT BE STRIPPED ALONG ITS LENGTH.

IS THERE WISIBLE DAMAGE ON THE WIRES OF THE THERMOCOUPLE?

YES
CHANGE THE THERMOCOUPLE

FOR THERMOSTATIC OVENS, THE COPPER TUBE OF THERMOCOUPLE SHOULD NOT BE BENT SHARPLY.

CHANGE GAS VALVES ( FOR HOBS ) WHEN YOU CHANGE THE THERMOCOUPLE AND APPLY FLAME EXTERNALLY, DOES THE THERMOCOUPLE OPERATE CORRECTLY? NO CHANGE GAS VALVES ( FOR FREESTANDING COOKERS )

YES

REPEAT THE SAME PROCEDURE BY ASSEMBLING THE THERMOCOUPLE TO THE BURNER.

NOT OKEY

CHANGE THE OVEN BURNER

CHANGE THE GRILL BURNER

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Gas component problems

GAS LEAK

ARE THE GAS CONNECTION EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS?

NO

REPLACE THE GAS CONNECTION EQUIPMENT WITH THE CORRECT ONES. ( NEVER ATTEMPT A CONNECTION EQUIPMENT OLDER THAN 2 YEARS ) REFER TO THE "GAS CONNECTION" CHAPTER IN USER MANUAL TO LEARN YOUR LOCAL REQUIREMENTS, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL GAS DEALER.

YES

CHECK THE GAS DELIVERY TUBE WITH SOAP WATER


SEE : CHANGING GAS DELIVERY TUBES FOR OVEN DO YOU OBSERVE BUBBLES ON THE TUBE OR ON THE APPLIANCE/GAS NETWORK END OF THE TUBE? NO YES CHANGE THE GAS CONNECTION COMPONENTS (NUTS/PIPES/SEALS) SEE : CHANGING GAS DELIVERY TUBES FOR HOB

OPEN THE COOKTOP WHEN YOU APPLY SOAP WATER ON THE MANIFOLD BODY DO YOU OBSERVE BUBBLES?

YES

CHANGE THE MANIFOLD ( FOR FREESTANDING COOKERS )

CHANGE THE MANIFOLD ( FOR HOBS )


NO WHEN YOU APPLY SOAP WATER ON THE GAS VALVES, DO YOU OBSERVE BUBBLES ON/BELOW THE VALVE? NO YES CHANGE THE VALVE. DO NOT TRY TO RE-ASSEMBLE THE VALVE ! (THE GAS VALVES HAVE NO SERVICEABLE COMPONENTS INSIDE) SEE : HOW TO CHANGE GAS VALVES FOR HOB SEE : HOW TO CHANGE GAS VALVES FOR OVEN

IF YOU OBSERVE BUBBLES ON THE VALVE OR BURNER CONNECTION NUTS ; APPLY SOME TORQUE ON THE NUTS TO FIX THEM (NOT MORE THAN 1/2 TURNS).
WHEN YOU APPLY SOAP WATER ON THE ALUMINUM GAS DELIVERY PIPES, DO YOU OBSERVE BUBBLES? (ESPECIALLY ON THE VALVE AND BURNER END OF THE PIPE) YES SEE : CHANGING GAS DELIVERY TUBES FOR OVEN

IF YOU OBSERVE THE BUBBLE ON THE PIPE ITSELF ; CHANGE THE GAS DELIVERY PIPE. NO

SEE : CHANGING GAS DELIVERY TUBES FOR HOB APPLY SOAP ON BUBBLES AROUND THE BOTTOM PART OF THE INJECTOR. TURN ON THE VALVE AND BLOCK THE INJECTOR WITH YOUR FINGER.

IF YOU SEE BUBBLES AROUND THE BOTTOM OF THE INJECTOR ; FASTEN THE INJECTOR OR CHANGE IT WITH A NEW ONE

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Gas component problems

NOTE: BEFORE REFERRING TO IGNITION PROBLEMS, PLEASE REFER TO FLAME PROBLEMS FIRST. IF THE CIRCUMSTANCES DESCRIBED IN "FLAME PROBLEMS" DO NOT MATCH YOURS, THEN REFER TO IGNITION PROBLEMS.

SEE : FLAME PROBLEMS

Ignition problems :

ARE THERE VISIBLE CRACKS ON THE ELECTRODE SURFACE?

YES

CHANGE THE ELECTRODE.

NO IS THE ELECTRODE SURFACE COVERED WITH DEBRIS, SPILLED FOOD ETC.? NO OBSERVE THE SPARK: DOES THE SPARK OCCUR SIDEWAYS OR TOWARDS THE BASE OF THE ELECTRODE?
FOR HOBS, THE SPARK SHOULD OCCUR FROM THE ELECTRODE TIP TO THE BURNER CAP.

YES

CLEAN THE ELECTRODE AND BURNER SURFACE OR CHANGE THE ELECTRODE.

CHANGE THE BURNER CAP FIRST, AND THEN CHANGE THE BURNER BODY.

YES FOR OVEN AND GRILL BURNERS, THE SPARK SHOULD OCCUR FROM THE ELECTRODE TIP TO THE BURNER. ) CHANGE THE OVEN BURNER.

NO

NOT OK.

CHANGE THE GRILL BURNER.

IS THE TERMINAL BOX AND IGNITION BOX WIRING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM ?

NO CORRECT THE WIRING CONNECTIONS OF TERMINAL BOX AND IGNITION BOX. Please see circuit diagrams

YES

CHECK IF THE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF THE NETWORK : (VOLTAGE, FREQUENCY, CURRENT TYPE) IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS STATED IN THE RATING PLATE OF THE APPLIANCE

NO

THE SAFETY AND THE PERFORMANCE OF THE APPLIANCE CAN BE GUARANTEED ONLY WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS USED ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION ON THE DATA PLATE.

YES

CHANGE THE IGNITION BOX

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Electrical component problems

Fan problems

Fan hitting its cover / working noisy

Fan not working

REMOVE THE FAN COVER. PUSH BACK THE FAN WINGS AND REPLACE THE COVER. DOES IT STILL HIT TO COVER ?

IS THE WIRING OF FAN MOTOR CORRECT ACCORDING TO THE WIRING DIAGRAM ? YES

NO

CORRECT THE WIRING OF FAN MOTOR

YES
CHECK IF THE ROTOR GOT LOCKED. CORRECT THE POSITION

NO
WHEN OVEN SWITCH TURNED ON, CAN YOU MEASURE VOLTAGE AT FAN MOTOR ? YES CONTROL THE WINDINGS OF FAN MOTOR WITH OHMMETER. ARE MOTOR WINDINGS DAMAGED?

CORRECT THE WIRING OF OVEN SWITCH - see circuit diagram

IF STILL GOT PROBLEM ; CHANGE OVEN SWITCH

CHECK IF THE FAN MOTOR ASSEMBLY SCREWS ARE FIXED CORRECLTY. PROBLEM SOLVED ? NO CHANGE THE FAN COVER. DOES IT SOLVE THE PROBLEM?

NO

THE FAN SHOULD NOT HIT / OR BE LOCKED ONTO THE FAN COVER.

YES

PLEASE SEE : FAN HITTING ITS COVER

NO
NO CHANGE THE FAN. DOES IT SOLVE THE PROBLEM?

CHANGE THE FAN MOTOR

Electrical component problems

Turnspit problems

IS THE WIRING OF TURNSPIT MOTOR CORRECT ACCORDING TO THE WIRING DIAGRAM ? YES WHEN OVEN SWITCH TURNED ON, CAN YOU MEASURE THE VOLTAGE AT TURNSPIT MOTOR ? YES CONTROL THE WINDINGS OF TURNSPIT MOTOR WITH OHMMETER. ARE MOTOR WINDINGS DAMAGED?

NO CORRECT THE WIRING OF TURNSPIT MOTOR please see circuit diagram

NO

IF STILL GOT PROBLEM ; CHANGE OVEN SWITCH

YES
CHANGE TURNSPIT MOTOR NO

NO BE SURE THE TURNSPIT SKEWER IS CORRECTLY POSITIONED ?

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Electrical component problems

Induction hob doesnt work :

NO
IS THERE VOLTAGE AT TERMINAL BOX? CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTIONS. Please see circuit diagram

YES
NO DOES THE HOB TURN ON?

YES NO IS THERE ANY SIGNAL ?


NO

CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTIONS AND CORRECT pls see circuit diagram. IF NOT OKEY, CHANGE THE CONNECTION UNIT.

YES

IS THERE ANY DISPLAY?

YES

FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE ACCORDING TO DISPLAY ERRORS

No failure, user is in configuration menu.

Cookware must be placed centrally on the cooking zone

Cooking zone is hot ( stand-by mode )

IHE has to cool down

Child-lock is activated. The hob will remain locked until it gets unlocked by user.

To deactivate the child lock ; Switch on the hob. Simultaneously operate the front right heater selection key.(+) and decrease the heat setting key (-) and then operate the decrease heat setting key again.

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Electrical component problems

Induction hob display errors


Note : Ex means that E blinks with the failure number x.
Assign IHE via configuration menu or configure IHE via IR programming

E4 : IHE( heating element ) not configured

E4 : Two or more IHEs have the same configuration.

Delete total configuration and execute configuration.

If all executed points should not lead to a solution, replace IHE.

E4 : IHE not connected to supply voltage, filter board does not release voltage (Mains separation relay).

Check voltages or correct connection filter and IHE and realize, if required.

Er31 : Configuration data incorrect

Configuration of induction necessary

No failure, user is in configuration menu.

Put appropriate pot on IHE

C/-

No failure, user is in configuration menu.

Wait for ( - ) , or abortion of the configuration with respective selection key, C ceases to blink.

No failure, user is in configuration menu.

Manual reconfiguration required

E2 : Overheating of the induction coils

1. Pot / glass temperature too high 2. NTC _ electronics temperature too high.

IHE has to cool down

If this error is reset after 8 seconds, the hotplate may be used again.

E3

Pot generates inadmissible wok point on IHE, which may lead to destruction of components on the IHE (e.g. IGBT).

If the error occurs without a pot, or with a 100% working pot you have to Replace IHE

E5 : Error on filter board

Controller data faulty IHE Electronics defective

Exchange filter board

E6 : Error on power unit

IHE Electronics defective

Exchange power unit

E9 :

Sensor delivers implausible values, a defect is obvious.

Er47 : Communication error between TC and induction

None or faulty communication! Ensure that connection cable is plugged on correctly.

U400 : Secondary voltage of the power unit to high (primary > 300V). Control unit cuts off after 1 sec releasing a permanent tone.

Control unit is wrongly connected.

Connect to correct mains voltage

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Electrical component problems

Hot surface indicator light


( residual heat indicator ) not working

NO IS THERE VOLTAGE AT TERMINALS OF INDICATOR LIGHT? YES

CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTIONS pls see circuit diagram

REMOVE THE TERMINALS OF WIRING AND APPLY EXTERNAL VOLTAGE ; DOES THE INDICATOR LIGHT TURN ON NOW?

NO

CHANGE THE HOT SURFACE INDICATOR ( FREESTANDING COOKERS )

YES

CHANGE THE HOT SURFACE INDICATOR ( VITROCERAMIC HOBS )

REMOVE THE HOT SURFACE TERMINALS OF HILIGHT HEATER. TURN ON HEATER AND CONTROL WITH OHMMETER IF THE HOT SURFACE TERMINALS ARE SHORT CIRCUIT ?

NO

CHANGE THE HEATING ELEMENT ( OF CERAMIC HOB )

CHANGE THE HEATING ELEMENT ( FREESTANDING VITROCERAMIC COOKERS )

Hot surface indicator light burnt

IF IT IS TOO CLOSE TO THE HEATING ELEMENTS ;

CHANGE THE HOT SURFACE INDICATOR LIGHT

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Electrical component problems

Signal lamp problems :

Signal lamp not working


BE SURE THAT THE SIGNAL LAMP TERMINAL CONTACTS ARE OK WITH OVEN SWITCH CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTION , IS IT OK?

NO
IF SIGNAL LAMP CABLE IS HARMED; CHANGE THE SIGNAL LAMP

YES YES IS THE SIGNAL LAMP LED HARMED? CHANGE THE SIGNAL LAMP

Signal lamp blinking

CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTIONS CAN YOU SOLVE THE PROBLEM ?

NO

CHANGE THE SIGNAL LAMP

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Electrical component problems

Digital timer buttons stucking

NO IS THE TIMER AND FRONT PANEL HOLES COAXIAL? YES REMOVE TIMER AND CORRECT THE POSITION OF TIMER MANUALLY.

CHANGE THE TIMER BUTTONS

Digital timer not working

NO IS THERE VOLTAGE AT TIMER TERMINALS? YES NO CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTION pls see circuit diagram on user manual

IS TIMER DISPLAY VISIBLE ?


YES

CHANGE DIGITAL TIMER

WHEN YOU SET THE TIMER , IS THERE VOLTAGE AT TIMER RELAY TERMINAL ?

NO

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Electrical component problems

Oven light not working

CHECK THE ELECTRICITY OF OVEN LIGHT NOT OK

CHECK THE OVEN LIGHT WIRING CONNECTION pls see circuit diagram

OK
YES

IS THE LAMP DEFECTIVE ( BURNT OR LOOSE )?

PLUG OFF THE OVEN, CHANGE ONLY LAMP

NO
IS THE OVEN LIGHT BUTTON WORKING? NO CHECK THE OVEN LIGHT BUTTON WIRING CONNECTION ( pls see circuit diagram )

IF NOT OKEY ; CHANGE THE OVEN LIGHT BUTTON

YES NO CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTION AND CORRECT. ( pls see circuit diagram ) DOES IT SOLVE THE PROBLEM?

CHANGE THERMOSTAT - IF DEFECTIVE


NO CHANGE OVEN SWITCH - IF DEFECTIVE

IS OVEN THERMOSTAT AND SWITCH TURNING ON ? YES IS THERE VOLTAGE AT OVEN LIGHT TERMINAL?

YES CHANGE THE OVEN LIGHT BODY ( WITH WIRING )

NO
CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTIONS AND RELEASE THE OPEN CIRCUIT.

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Mechanical component problems : Hinges & Knobs

HINGE PROBLEMS

Glass lid angle less than 90 / more than 100


YES IS THE LID HINGE COUNTERPART FIXED ?

Glass lid hinge noisy

Metal lid angle less than 90 / more than 100

CHANGE GLASS LID HINGE NO

TIGHTEN THE METAL LID HINGE BOTTOM PART, DOES IT SOLVE?

NO FIX THE HINGE COUNTERPART. IS IT STILL LESS 90 / MORE THAN 100 ?


YES

CHANGE THE METAL COOKTOP LID.

Oven door hinge noisy

CHANGE OVEN DOOR HINGE

KNOB PROBLEMS

KNOB LOOSE

IF THE SPIRAL KNOB SPRING IS REMOVED, ASSEMBLE A NEW KNOB RING.

IF KNOB SPRING IS AVAILABLE, CHANGE THE KNOB.

KNOB GASKET GETTING OUT OF ITS PLACE

REPLACE GASKET. ( KNOB GASKETS MUST BE SET PROPERLY ON BOTH SIDES )

IF NOT OKEY ; CHANGE THE KNOB GASKET

Before putting on the knob ; be sure the knob segment and knob spring is set correctly

knob segment

Knob gaskets must be controlled on both sides - to set properly.

knob spring

knob ring

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Electrical component problems

Highlight heater(s) not working :

PLEASE CHECK IF THE SCREWS IN TERMINAL BOX ARE TIGHTENED. IN OTHER CASE, HEATERS MAY NOT WORK

NO PLEASE TIGHTEN THE SCREWS BEFORE WORKING THE PRODUCT !

YES
NO IS THE WIRING OF HEATER CORRECT ACCORDING TO THE WIRING DIAGRAM ? YES YES IS THERE VOLTAGE AT HIGHLIGHT HEATING ELEMENT TERMINALS? CORRECT THE WIRING

CHANGE HIGHLIGHT HEATING ( SEE : TOUCH CONTROLLED HOBS )

NO FOR KNOB CONTROLLED HOBS ; CHECK AND CORRECT THE REGLER WIRINGS.

CHANGE HIGHLIGHT HEATING ( SEE : SIDE KNOB CONTROLLED HOBS )

CHANGE HIGHLIGHT HEATING ( SEE : FREESTANDING VITRO COOKERS )

FOR TOUCH CONTROLLED HOBS ; CHECK AND CORRECT THE TOUCH CONTROL WIRINGS

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Electrical component problems

Hotplate(s) not working

IS THE WIRING OF HEATER CORRECT ACCORDING TO THE WIRING DIAGRAM ?


YES

NO CORRECT THE WIRING

YES

IS THERE VOLTAGE AT HEATING ELEMENT TERMINALS?


NO

CHANGE HOTPLATE

CHECK AND CORRECT THE HOTPLATE SWITCH WIRINGS. DOES IT SOLVE ? NO

CHANGE HOTPLATE

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Cooking problems

Oven doesnt work

CHECK THAT THE PLUG IS ON/OFF? CHECK THE TERMINAL BOX HAS VOLTAGE ?

OK

CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTIONS ARE CORRECLTY DONE ? ( please see circuit diagrams ) OK IS THE HEAT ADJUSTED WITH OVEN HEATER CONTROL SWITCH? YES REGULATE THE TIMER pls.see user manual TIMER ( IF AVAILABLE ON MODEL ) REGULATED OR WORKING PROPERLY ? NO NO ADJUST THE HEAT See user manual for detailed instructions

YES CHECK THE ELECTRICAL HEATING ELEMENTS OF OVEN AND HOB ARE WORKING PROPERLY? NO

IF TIMER NOT WORKING PROPERLY : REFER TO TIMER PROBLEMS

SEE CHAPTER : HOB HEATING ELEMENTS YES SEE CHAPTER : OVEN HEATING ELEMENTS

EXCHANGE THE APPLIANCE

Cooking problems

Oven cooking unhomogeniously / long cooking period

CHECK SHELF LOCATIONS AND HEAT VALUES, CHECK THE COOKING PERIOD

FOR BEST COOKING PERFORMANICE ; REFER TO THE INSTRUCTIONS INDICATED IN THE USER MANUAL

OK IS THE FAN ( IF AVAILABLE ) CORRECTLY WORKING? NO PLEASE REFER TO " FAN PROBLEMS "

YES
IS THE THERMOSTAT BULB BRACKET FIXED CORRECTLY? YES CHECK WIRING CONNECTIONS ; BE SURE THAT THE OVEN ADJUSTED AS APPROPRIATE FOR THE VOLTAGE ( REFER TO LABELS ) NO REPLACE THERMOSTAT BULB BRACKET

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Electrical component problems

Oven Electrical Heating Element(s) not working ;

( Top / Bottom / Ring / Grill Heaters )


NO

IS THE WIRING CONNECTION CORRECLTY DONE?

CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTION see circuit diagram

YES YES
CHANGE OVEN HEATING ELEMENT

WHEN OVEN SWITCH IS TURNED ON , IS THERE VOLTAGE AT TERMINALS OF HEATER?

NO
CHANGE OVEN SWITCH

IS THERE VOLTAGE AT TERMINALS OF OVEN SWITCH OR THERMOSTAT ?

YES

NO CHECK AND RELEASE THE OPEN CIRCUIT please refer to circuit diagrams

CHANGE THERMOSTAT

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Electrical component problems

Regler doesnt work

IS THERE VOLTAGE AT REGLER TERMINALS ?


NO YES IS THE WIRING CONNECTION CORRECLTY DONE? CHECK THE WIRING CONNECTION

NO
CORRECT THE WIRING AND TRY AGAIN. IS IT OK ? NO

CHANGE ENERGY REGULATOR ( SEE : VITROCERAMIC HOBS )

CHANGE ENERGY REGULATOR ( SEE : FREESTANDING COOKERS )

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Electrical component problems

Touch control display errors


error code : problem definition : solution : In case of one or more buttons are pressed longer than 12 sec, the sensor monitoring routine indicates with a beep, that wrong operation (pot or other object placed on the button, sensor failure, etc.) and switches off the CLEAN THE OPERATING SURFACE appliance. The safety turn off causes the hob to turn off to standby. EXCEEDING AN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE OF MORE THAN 95C THE CONTROL SWITCHES OFF ALL HEATERS KEYLOCK HOT SURFACE ( RESIDUAL HEAT ON HEATER ) AMBIENT LIGHT TOO HIGH STRONG PULSATING LIGHT SENSOR COVERED WITH A BRIGHT OBJECT STRONGLY FLUCTUANING AMBIENT LIGHT LET THE COOKTOP(OR THE ROOM) COOL DOWN TO UNLOCK KEYS ; KEEP PRESSED 2 SECONDS LET THE APPLIANCE COOL DOWN TURN OFF / OR DECREASE THE LIGHT SOURCE TURN OFF / OR DECREASE THE LIGHT SOURCE CLEAN THE OPERATING SURFACE TURN OFF / OR DECREASE THE LIGHT SOURCE EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT

t L H F1 F2 F3 F4 20-29 20-29 20-30 81 82 83 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

EMITTER DIODE SHORT CIRCUIT, ALL RELAYS OFF AFTER 1sn, CANT TURN ON CONTROL EMITTER DIODE INTERRUPTED, ALL RELAYS OFF AFTER 1sn, CANT TURN ON CONTROL ERROR ANALOG INPUTS. ALL RELAYS OFF AFTER 1sn, CANT TURN ON CONTROL CHECKSUM ERROR. ALL RELAYS OFF, CANT TURN ON CONTROL WRITE ERROR. ALL RELAYS OFF, CANT TURN ON CONTROL READ ERROR. ALL RELAYS OFF, CANT TURN ON CONTROL

CALIBRATING SENSORS ERROR

EXCHANGE CONTROL UNIT

ER 03 and continious sound : Permanent use of keys; control unit cuts off after 10 sec

Water or cookware on the glass top above the control

Clean the operating surface

ER 12 :

Short circuit in the relays control 5V to ground

Exchange Control unit

ER 22 : Key evaluation defective; control unit cuts off after 3.5 7.5 sec

Short- circuit or discontinuation in the range of the key evaluation

Exchange Control unit

ER 13

Defective component

Exchange Control unit

ER 21

Ambient temperatures of the electronic control are still too high

Let the cooktop cool down. Check heat insulation against the electronic control.

ER 20 : Flash-failure

C- faulty

Exchange Control unit

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Detecting gas leak on the connection elements : Apply soap water on the connection points. If you observe bubbles around the part, there is gas leak. See below; gas leak between gas collector and the angle hose fitting .

Unscrew the angle hose fitting with a wrench (no : 22 and 24)

There must be a gasket inside the angle hose fitting.


If there is no gasket; or if there is a repressed/destroyed gasket ; change it with a new one.

Reassemble the angle hose fitting and check gas leak again.

If you still observe gas leak ; change the angle hose fitting with a new one. Then apply soap water again until it is okey.

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Changing manifold and gas valves ( Hobs )


Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

Unscrew the gas delivery pipe nuts and remove pipe out of valve.

Remove gas delivery pipes from gas valves. Repeat this procedure for each one.

Turn the hob backwards and unscrew two screws on hob bottom cover.

Remove the gas valves in order . ( Changing gas valves on hobs ) Unscrew the gas valve assembly brackets

Unfix the angle hose from the gas manifold.

Gas manifold is free to change with a new one

Repeat this procedure backwards to assemble the manifold


Please pay attention to prevent gas leak : to set the gas valves tightly on manifold

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Changing gas valves ( Freestanding cookers )


Remove cooktop ( see detailed ) Remove front panel ( see detailed )

NEW GENERATION FREESTANDING COOKERS First remove the front panel, then remove the cooktop.

Unscrew the gas delivery tube from the gas valve ( by the correct wrench )

Pull off the thermocouple manually.

Then the gas valve becomes seperate; unscrew the bracket, to take off the valve.

For knob ignition models; pull off the microswitch. Gas valve is free to change.

Align the new gas valve with the collector before mounting.
Please pay attention : to set the gas valves tightly on manifold

Pull on the gas manifold bracket

Screw the manifold bracket onto the gas valve tightly.

Screw the gas delivery tube and connect the thermocouple to the valve.

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Changing gas collector/manifold ( Freestanding cookers )


For new generation freestanding cookers, first remove the front panel, then the cooktop.
Remove cooktop ( see detailed ) Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Unscrew the gas manifold brackets

Unscrew the two screws of manifold on the front panel.

Unscrew the three connection screws on cooktop left angle iron ( back of oven )

Gas manifold becomes free. Repeat this procedure backwards to assemble a new gas collector ( manifold ) pipe.

Do not use cracked, crashed collectors.

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Changing burner body :


Remove cooktop plate ( For freestanding cookers ) Remove cooktop plate ( For hobs )

The next steps are similar for hobs and freestanding cookers ; Take off the thermocouple : unscrew with a wrench from the burner body.

Press the spark plug segment and hold the spark plug up.

Hold up the spark plug and remove with cable.

Then fix the burner body manually (or by an apparatus), and unscrew the nut between gas delivery tube and burner body.

The burner body becomes free to change.

To prevent gas leak ; pay attention the connections to be tight when changing components
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Changing FFD ( thermocouple ) for hobs Take off the thermocouple : unscrew with a wrench from the burner body

Pull off the gas valve end of ffd connection

Repeat the same procedure backwards for assembling a new ffd

2. Changing FFD ( thermocouples ) for oven 2.1. Changing the FFD ( thermocouple ) for gas grill To remove the flame failure device ( ffd ) pull backwards manually.

thermocouple of ffd

2.2. Changing the FFD ( thermocouple ) for oven burner Unscrew the two screws and remove the burner cover.

To remove the flame failure device ( ffd ) pull backwards manually.

Changing FFD ( Flame Failure Device ) for freestanding cookers a) Changing thermocouple for gas grill burner Pull back the thermocouple manually. ( Apply the same for spark plug )

thermocouple

spark plug

To remove the cable of thermocouple ; Open the rear panel of cooker Pull back and remove the ffd completely.

b ) Changing thermocouple for oven burner To remove the burner cover, unscrew front and back connection screws.

Pull back the thermocouple manually. ( Apply the same for spark plug )

thermocouple

To remove the cable of thermocouple ; Open the rear panel of cooker Pull back and remove the ffd completely.

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Changing Gas delivery tubes ( freestanding cookers )


Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

Unscrew the burner body from gas delivery tube by the wrench ( no :13 )

Then unscrew the gas valve end of gas delivery tube by the wrench ( no :13 )

Do not ever use crashed, cracked or sprained gas delivery pipes !

defective gas delivery pipe defective gas delivery pipe

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Changing Gas delivery tubes ( hobs )


Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

Unscrew the valve end of gas delivery tube by the wrench ( no : 13 )

Unscrew the burner body end of gas delivery tube by the same wrench

Pull back the gas delivery tube from the valve

Then the gas delivery tube is free to change.

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Changing Grill burner and injector : If ignition is available for gas grill ; there is a sparking plug ( white) Pull back and remove the spark module manually.

To remove the thermocouple ( ffd ) pull backwards manually.

Uncscrew the grill burner from the cavity.

Pull back and remove the grill burner

Unscrew the grill burner injector with the correct wrench.

Change the injector with a new one from the spare kit.
Caution : Do not apply excessive force during screwing the grill burner to the oven cavity, as you may cause enamel fractures. It is recommended to use a protective eye glass during this

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Changing Oven Burner and injector Unscrew the two screws and remove the burner cover.

Pull back and remove the spark module manually.

To remove the thermocouple ( ffd ) pull backwards manually.

Open drawer.( If drawer is fixed : see how to remove ) Unscrew the connection screw under the burner box. Use a short , appropriate handhold screwdriver.

Remove the oven burner by moving right-left sides in the burner box.

Then you will see the injector;

Unscrew the oven burner injector with the correct wrench.

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Changing the ignitor box :


Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

Ignitor box is placed into the holes on the side panel.

Pull back all wiring connections out of the ignitor box. Then, press the hooks and remove ignitor box.
hook

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Changing the Spark plug with cable For Oven & Grill Burner Remove spark plug manually ( of oven/grill burner )

spark plug for oven burner

spark plug for grill burner

Remove rear panel ( see detailed )

Pull back and remove the spark module manually

Pull back and remove "spark plug with cable"out of the rear panel.

Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

The other end of spark plug is connected to the ignitor box. and pull off the terminal of oven/grill burner wiring.

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Changing the Spark plug with cable For hobs : Press the spark plug segment and hold the spark plug up.

Pull off the other end of cable ( on the ignition box ) manually.

Replace the new spark plug ; and then place correclty the segment to fix it on the burner body

Attach the other end of spark plug cable ; into its place on ignitor box
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Removing rear panel ( freestanding cookers ) Detach all screws on rear panel to remove ( built-in cookers ) Detach all screws on rear panel to remove

If available, power cord terminals must be taken off from the rear panel

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Changing oven light button / ignitor button Remove front panel ( see detailed )

oven light button

Attention : Do not push back the front panel hardly and fast ; this may cause the button wirings get harmed. Please hold it until you take off the terminal contacts.

Remove the plastic contacts of wiring terminals ( with a nippers )

Then push the hooks surrounding and push forward the button to remove.

Insert a new button ; set it appropriate into the hole.

Reassemble the wiring terminals to button ; and please pay attention the cables not to be destroyed while mounting the front panel.

- All steps are similar for the ignitor button.

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Changing oven light : Before replacing the lamp, disconnect the appliance from the electricity supplies. Remove the glass protection cover by turning. Then pull back the lamp If the oven lamp has to be changed the new lamp must have the following rating:
25W - 230Vac - 50 Hz - E14 - resistant to high temperatures (300C)

glass cover of the lamp

lamp

Remove rear panel. ( see detailed )

Pull of the electrical connections of oven light

If harmed/defective, change the wiring harness

Press the hooks on the oven light (by a screwdriver) and then push into the cavity.

Pay attention that : the oven light is replaced appropriate to its hole on cavity

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Changing fan motor Remove fan cover first.

Then pull back and remove fan :

Remove rear panel. ( see detailed )

Unscrew the fan motor from the rear inner panel

Remove the wiring harness of fan motor manually, then the fan motor will be free.

Changing turnspit motor


Remove rear panel. ( see detailed )

Unscrew the turnspit motor from the rear inner panel

Take off the wiring connections and remove motor.

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Changing Oven Electrical Heating Elements 1.Ring ( circular ) Heating Element :


Remove fan cover.( see detailed )

Unscrew the ring heating element from the rear of cavity.

Pull out the wiring connections manually. The ring heater will be free then. 2. Top& Grill Heating Element : Remove Top heating element bulb bracket manually ( at middle )

Unscrew the top&grill heating element from the rear of cavity.

Pull out the wiring connections manually. The ring heater will be free then.

3. Bottom Heating Element :


Remove rear panel. ( see detailed )

Pull off the terminals of bottom heating element.

for built-in cookers :

for freestanding cookers :

Take up the wrapping insulation ( rockwool ) slightly , then unscrew the right and left connections of bottom heating element.

Press down the bottom heating element cover, then pull slightly backwards.

Hold up the heating element slightly and take out.

Repeat this procedure backwards ; to replace the component.

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Changing Digital Timer


Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Pull off the cable contacts from Digital timer

Unscrew the Digital timer from the front panel

Correct the position of timer and check if problem solved.

If still not solved ; change the timer buttons.

If problem can not be solved; change digital timer.

Changing Mechanical Timer


Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Unscrew the mechanical timer from the inner panel.

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INDUCTION HOBS SERVICE MANUEL

Changing connection unit of induction hobs : Turn over the hob and remove the connection unit cover

Unscrew the connection unit screws

Turn over the hob and remove ceramic glass Unscrew all surrounding screws of hob :

Remove all wirings connected :

While reassembling please refer to circuit diagrams

To change the touch control unit ; r

unscrew earthing cable

Press on the hooks of connection unit ( with a screwdriver )

You may remove and change connection unit.

INDUCTION HOBS SERVICE MANUEL

Changing heating element ( IHE) & touch control unit Unscrew all surrounding screws of hob.

Remove ceramic glass of hob

Pull off terminal connections on the heating element ( IHE )

Remove heating element and change with another if necessary

To change the touch control unit ; remove connected wirings

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C SERIE VITROCERAMIC HOBS (FRONT TRIANGULAR TOUCH CONTROLLED)

1. Removing wiring harness : Unscrew the hob bottom cover

Unscrew ( t type ) heating e they are screwed according

Loosen the silicone cable to release the wiring harness

Unscrew the terminal box and then remove :

Pull the wiring sockets off terminal box Please do nof forget that rewiring must be done appropriately.

Take the wiring terminals off the heating elements

Unscrew the "touch control unit bottom cover"

and then pull off from the hooks on the frame :

touch control unit- bottom cover hooks

Wiring harness becomes free.

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C SERIE VITROCERAMIC HOBS (FRONT TRIANGULAR TOUCH CONTROLLED)

2. Removing highlight heating elements: First unscrew ( v type ) heating element assembly springs

Unscrew ( t type ) heating element assembly springs they are screwed according to the matching numbers on heater&frame

Remove ( t type )heating element assembly springs from the hob frame

Remove highlight heater

C SERIE VITROCERAMIC HOBS ( RIGHT SIDE KNOB CONTROLLED )

Removing wiring harness : Unscrew the hob bottom cover

they are screwed according to

Loosen the silicone cable to release the wiring harness

Unscrew terminal box and remove.

Pull the wiring sockets off terminal box Please do nof forget that rewiring must be done appropriately.

Remove terminal box heat insulating cover

Take the wiring terminals off the heating elements

Unscrew the regulator cover and then remove the regler

regler cover

remove energy regulator

Remove the "hot surface indicator light group" Wiring connections are free

hot suface indicator ligth group

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C SERIE VITROCERAMIC HOBS ( RIGHT SIDE KNOB CONTROLLED )

Removing highlight heating elements: Unscrew the ( v type ) heating element assembly springs

Unscrew ( t type ) heating element assembly springs they are screwed according to the matching numbers on heater&frame

Remove ( t type ) heating element assembly springs from the hob frame

Remove highlight heater

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Changing Function Selector Switch :


Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Pull off the signal lamp manually - to remove from the panel

Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

On the left; 4 hotplate switches and on the right; function selector switch.

Remove wiring contacts out of the switch ; by a nippers. ( While reassembling the wirings, please refer to circuit diagrams )

Then unscrew the switch from the inner panel

Please hold the switch from its surroundings - not from its top and bottom surfaces

Do not compress the bottom plates of switch ! In this case, you may cause short circuit and switch may not work correctly.

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Changing thermostat :
Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Pull off the signal lamp manually - to remove from the panel

Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

Thermostat and oven switch is placed on the left side of the cooker

thermostat

oven switch

Remove wiring connections by a nippers

Unscrew the thermostat from the inner panel

The capillary tube of thermostat; ends on the thermostat bulb inside cavity

thermostat bulb

capillary tube

Manually remove thermostat bulb out of its brackets.

Remove the oven rear panel( see detailed )

Now it is safe to pull back and remove thermostat bulb from the rear outlet. Thermostat becomes free then.

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Changing the signal lamp body :


Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Pull off the signal lamp manually - to leave free from the panel

Remove cooktop ( see detailed )

Remove the signal lamp body manually.

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Handle Problems : If handle is loose ; replace and tighten it. If not solving ; change with a new one

HANDLE ASSEMBLY TYPES :

3D SOLID TYPE OVEN DOOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY


OLD VERSION ( For oven doors before production FEB. 2007 ) LAST VERSION ( For oven doors AFTER production FEB. 2007 )
flat washer handle assembly stud ( old ) handle assembly stud ( new )

screw screw

For Eski old version tip kaplarda handles ; Frn ; Handle Kap assembly Kulbu Balant Group = Grubu ( Old Handle = ( Eski assembly Kulp Balant stud + screw Saplamas ) + vida ) For new version handles ; Handle assembly Group = ( New Handle assembly stud + flat washer + screw )

SOLID TYPE OVEN DOOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY


OLD VERSION ( For oven doors before production FEB. 2007 )
handle assembly stud ( old )

LAST VERSION ( For oven doors AFTER production FEB. 2007 )


handle assembly stud ( new )

gradual washer

screw screw

For Eski old version tip kaplarda handles ; Frn ; Handle Kap assembly Kulbu Balant Group = Grubu ( Old Handle = ( Eski assembly Kulp Balant stud + screw Saplamas ) + vida ) For Yeni new version tip kaplarda handles ; Frn ; Handle Kapassembly Kulbu Balant Group Grubu = ( New = Handle ( Yeni assembly Kulp Balant stud +Saplamas gradual washer + kademeli + screw rondela ) + vida )
INNER COVER OVEN DOOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY
OLD VERSION ( For oven doors before production FEB. 2007 ) LAST VERSION ( For oven doors AFTER production FEB. 2007 )
flat washer handle assembly stud ( old ) handle assembly stud ( new )

screw screw

NEW TYPE HANDLE ASSEMBLY STUD

WASHER

OLD TYPE HANDLE ASSEMBLY STUD

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DRAWERS Warmer drawers ( 60x60 products )

Old type warmer drawers ( 55 & 56 products )

New type warmer drawers ( 55 & 56 products )

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DRAWERS Changing fixed drawer : Unlock the oven door hinges and remove door.

Unscrew the drawer body.

Pull off from the hooks and remove drawer body

DETAIL A

Detail A :

DRAWERS Changing flap drawer : Unscrew the flap drawer and remove.

flap type drawer

Unscrew from the bottom insulation cover

bottom insulation cover

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Changing oven door : Unlock the oven door hinges first.

door hinge locked

door hinge unlocked

Then manually take off the oven door.

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Cooktop lids ( sheet iron) If metal lid angle is less then 90 or more than 100 ; Remove the cooktop lid hinge top and bottom ( plastic ) counterparts ; Change with new ones and try again, if not solving ; change the cooktop lid.

**Do not forget to put washer when placing top counterpart of hinge.

washer

Change the lid with a new one , if necessary

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Changing Cooktop lids ( glass ) Take off the hinge cover plastics on the left / right side of glass lid

Turn the hinge screws to fix the glass lid.

If not solved, change the lid with a new one.

Placing Cooktop lids ( glass ) Put on the hinge cover plastics on the left / right side of glass lid

Place the cooktop hinges into the glass lid profile.

cooktop hinge : right ( R )

Set the glass lid, it is completed! Turn the hinge screws to adjust the glass lid if necessary

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Changing gas cooktops ; ( Table-top hobs & Freestanding cookers ) 1) Table-top hobs : Remove knobs, and screws around burner body.

Then you may change cooktop 2) Freestanding models with or without metal lid Unscrew the back angle irons at the bottom of the plate.
(These screws are not available for models with lid )

Changing cooktops ( with lid ) : Pull off the plastic cooktop hinge counterparts.

Unscrew the burner body and then the cooktop comes free

Hold up from the back side of the cooktop. Then slightly push forward ; to release the cooktop from the hooks.

Cooktop hooks

Follow the above steps backwards to remount the cooktop

Please note that :


a) Cooktop must be put on the hooks completely

b) Do not forget to put the washer; when screwing the hinge counterparts.

washer

3) Freestanding models with glass lid


Remove glass lid ( see detailed )

Fixate the nuts at bottom ( by a nippers ) and then unscrew

Unscrew the burner body and then the cooktop comes free

4) New generation freestanding cooker


Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Unscrew the 3 screws connecting inner panel to cooktop

Unscrew the screw and pull off the plastic cooktop hinge counterparts.
(see red circled below)

Unscrew the burner body and then the cooktop comes free

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Changing electric cooktops and hotplates : a) Changing cooktop for freestanding cookers ( with metal lid ) Unscrew the back angle irons at the rear bottom of the plate.

Pull off the plastic cooktop hinge counterparts.

Remove cooktop lid ( see detailed ) and then slightly hold up the cooktop from backwards

If you try to remove cooktop suddenly ; this may cause the wiring connections get harmed !

Take off the earthing cable terminal from the rear-left hotplate heater

Take off the wiring sockets from each hotplate heater.

Then the cooktop becomes free.

Changing/Removing hotplate elements : Unscrew the hotplate bottom fixation screws, and remove hotplate housing.

Repeat the same procedure backwards when assemblying the hotplates again.

Attention: the connections must be tightened - in order to fixate the hotplates

For productions after 2008 ;

HOTPLATE FIXING ELEMENTS ( 37008787 ) MUST BE SCREWED AS SHOWN BELOW :

HOTPLATE FIXING BRACKETS

180 hotplate housing earthing vent is moved on the new cookers(with hotplate fixing elements)
We do no recommend to use hotplate fixing brackets on old cookers.

new vent old vent

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Freestanding vitroceramic cookers

Changing cooktop and heating elements & hot surface indicator lights
For both processes, please follow the steps :

Unscrew the back angle irons at the rear bottom of the plate.

Hold up the cooktop slightly from backwards. Take off the earthing cable

Hold the cooktop vertical, then take off all regler connections.
( While reassembling, the wirings must be appropriate with mentioned on the labels )

Then the cooktop is free to change.

If you need to change the heating element, unscrew all surrounding screws of cooktop

Remove the terminals of heating element that you want to change. ( by a nippers )

Put the heating element on a smooth surface, then take off the heating element assembly spring and bracket.

The numbers on the heating element ;


a ) refer to the mounting holes of bracket&spring b ) must match with numbers on the bottom cover of hob

Now you may change the heating element with a new one.

do not touch heating element resistances !

How to change the hot surface indicator light group : Unscrew the indicator light group ( with wiring )

Then detach the silicone cable

Remove hot surface indicator group ( with wiring ) and change with a new group.

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Removing front panel ( freestanding cookers ) Remove knobs manually

Remove the bottom screws of front panel

Pull down and remove panel

If available on your oven ; Pull off the wiring connections of ignitor/oven light button.

If available ; pull off the wiring connections of signal lamp

Change the front panel with another Apply this procedure backwards to reassemble

Removing front panel ( New generation freestanding cookers ) Remove knobs manually

Remove the bottom screws of front panel

Pull down and remove panel

Removing front panel ( built-in cookers ) Remove knobs manually

Remove the bottom screws of front panel

Hold up slightly and remove panel.

If available on your oven ; Pull off the wiring connections of ignitor/oven light button.

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Wire shelves Old type ( screwed onto cavity )

old version : connection with a screw

New type( Revision: March 2007 ) ( set wire shelf into clips - manually )

wire shelf fixing clips

connection additional part

To change telescopic rails , unscrew the connections on wire shelf.

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Changing side panels ( Freestanding cookers )


Remove oven door. ( see detailed )

Before changing the side panel ; Take off all components possible to move/fall or defect:
Grids and pan supports, knobs, burner caps & heads, trays, warmer drawers etc

Lay down the oven

Pay attention to put sytrofoam on the ground before you lay down the oven.

Remove front panel ( see detailed )

Unscrew the inner panel and side panel connections.


( apply this procedure for one panel. Do not try to remove both side panels at once. )

Unscrew all surrounding screws on the side panel

Unscrew the front and rear plinth

Unscrew the rear panel

The side panel sets free - you may remove and change it.

Repeat the same procedure backwards when assemblying the new side panel
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Changing side panels ( Built-in oven )


Remove rear panel. ( see detailed )

Remove the screws between side panel and top panel. Then slightly hold up and remove the top panel

Remove back screws of side panel.

Remove all scres on the side panel and then pull off side panel

When reassembling the side panel, repeat this procedure backwards. And please pay attention to set the side panel onto hooks at rear.

hook 1

hook 2

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Assembly of anti-tip bracket ( if available on model )

ANTI-TIP BRACKET

DOVEL

SCREW

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