If the stove stops heating up or heats up weakly, then there is a breakdown in some place of the electrical circuit. Before contacting the master, check the functionality of the outlet, plug, and cord. Perhaps they are the cause of the malfunction. If everything is in order with them, then you need to look for other reasons for the breakdown.
Blown fuse - due to a power surge.
The low price of a new fuse and a simple replacement process simplifies DIY repair of this malfunction. For the future, we advise you to purchase a device that will protect your electrical network from power surges.
If one or two burners do not work.
Checking the wire that supplies voltage to the heating element. Under the influence of temperature, it is sealed off. Repair is very simple, just solder it in place with a soldering iron. If the circuit is not broken, the heating element itself has burned out, you will need to buy a new one and replace it. Before replacing, make sure there is a circuit between the heating element and the control panel, the cause of the malfunction may be poor contact.
The sensor does not work - the hob does not turn on.
One of the rare and most difficult malfunctions of the touch-sensitive hobs. You can again check the circuit, if there is no breakage, then you will have to replace the touch panel completely, but it is better to hand it over for repair.
The burner heats up poorly or does not work at all.
The reason is poor contact with the heating element, thermostat or thermostat - check for the presence of electricity in the circuit between these segments. If you need help with cooktop repair around me, call us right now!