Siemens EI645EC11 Repair manual

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INTRODUCTION........................................... 3
5
CHECK AND REPAIR................................58
1.1
Purpose of the document................................................... 3
1.2
Pictograms .......................................................................... 3
1.1
Activation and deactivation of the technical services
program for TouchControl ..............................................................58
2
SAFETY ........................................................ 4
2.1
5.2
Technical Services Program for TouchControl...............66
5.3
NTC sensor checks ...........................................................71
Safety warnings .................................................................. 4
5.4
Fan checks .........................................................................72
2.2
Repair warnings .................................................................. 4
5.5
Coil checks.........................................................................72
2.3
EGB ...................................................................................... 5
5.6
Induction unit checks (ELIN) ............................................73
3
COMPONENTS AND FUNCTION ................ 8
5.7
Checks for when the circuit breaker trips .......................74
3.1
Electronic Induction (ELIN) ................................................ 8
5.8
Radio interference .............................................................82
3.2
Bosch TouchControl......................................................... 12
5.9
Checking the level of supplied power..............................84
3.3
Siemens TouchControls................................................... 15
5.10
Checking hob flatness.......................................................93
3.4
Neff TouchControl ............................................................ 18
5.11
Checking standard operation noises ...............................94
3.5
Balay TouchControl .......................................................... 21
5.12
Checking pot detection .....................................................95
3.6
ELIN support ..................................................................... 23
5.13
Checking of broken glass .................................................97
3.7
Glass frame ....................................................................... 25
5.14
Cookware for induction and recommendations..............99
3.8
Fan ..................................................................................... 28
5.15
Disassembly of the TouchControl..................................102
3.9
NTC .................................................................................... 29
5.16
Check: low sensitivity on the TouchControl Slider ......103
3.10
Inductors............................................................................ 33
5.17
Checking the replacement part is correct .....................104
3.11
Connections ...................................................................... 38
5.18
Checking SQ YL-196 TouchControl operation ..............109
3.12
Perfect Built in union accessory ..................................... 43
5.19
Checking the “foam” .......................................................110
4
FAULT DIAGNOSTICS............................... 47
5.20
Checking perfect built-in accessory joint......................111
5.21
Checking necessary ventilation: 60/70 cm ....................114
4.1
Error codes or warnings sent by the ELIN...................... 47
5.22
Installation of flat recess in timber using accessory....116
4.2
Error codes or warnings sent by the TouchControl ...... 53
5.23
Assembly and disassembly: 2i.......................................118
5.24
Check of residual heat indication .................................. 120
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1
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Purpose of the document
The repair manual provides support for the official technician to help
diagnose faults and repair the electrical appliances.
Apart from the repair manual, the technician may also use the
following documents:
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Blow-up diagram of parts of the appliance.
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Diagrams
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List of parts
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Associated technical reports on specific occasions
The diagnosis of faults plus their repair should only
be carried out by an officially authorised technician.
1.2
Pictograms
Warning!
Components sensitive to electrostatic shock:
Respect EGB reference
Sharp edges:
Use protective gloves!
Information or advice
Electrical hazard!
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2
SAFETY
2.1
Safety warnings
Induction hobs comply with the safety and electromagnetic
compatibility regulations currently in force (EN50366). People with
fitted pacemakers should abstain from using or repairing such an
appliance. The operation of the appliance may interfere with the
operation of the pacemaker.
People with hearing aids may experience discomfort.
Electrical hazard!
Repairs should only be carried out by the manufacturer’s technical
staff.
Inadequate repairs can harm the users.
The sheath and framework may be subjected to voltage in case of
failure.
The appliance should be disconnected from the mains before
dismounting. It contains parts inside that are subjected to high voltage.
Always use a current-breaker switch if it is necessary to conduct lowvoltage tests.
The earth connection should not exceed standardised values. This is
of the utmost importance for people’s safety and normal working
conditions of the appliance.
Once the appliance has been repaired, it should be subjected to tests
VDE 0701 or the specific regulations that are in force in the country
concerned.
The replacement of the power cable can only be carried out by
authorised technical staff, using the replacement cable.
2.2
Repair warnings
Warning!
Never attempt to carry out repairs involving the indiscriminate
exchange of component parts.
Proceed in a systematic way, with reference to the technical
specifications supplied with the appliance.
The electronic plates should not be repaired, but replaced with original
spare parts. Exceptions are indicated in separate documents.
Components sensitive to electrostatic shock:
Respect EGB reference
Sharp edges:
Use protective gloves!
Special warnings for induction hobs!
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2.3
2.3.1
EGB
Concept
EGB = “Elektrostatisch Gefährdete Bauelemente“ (ElectrostaticSensitive Devices)
(Component sensitive to electrostatic shock)
2.3.2
Pictogram
Electronic devices with components that are sensitive to
electrostatic shock (EGB in German) are marked with the
pictogram shown here.
2.3.3
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ICs
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Transistors
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Tiristors
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Triacs
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Diodes
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etc.
2.3.5
Causes and effect
The human body can generate electrostatic charges in certain
environmental situations. This charge is favoured by dry air and the
coating on insulated floors.
People can transfer an electrostatic voltage:
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of up to 35,000 volts when standing on a non-conductive
carpet.
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of up to 12,000 volts when standing on a non-conductive PVC
floor.
!
of up to 1.800 volts when sitting in a padded chair.
General specifications
The use of cutting-edge electronic technology in current electrical
appliances guarantees high levels of profitability, protection of the
environment, easy handling, operability and safety. Such highperformance technology can only be handled by qualified technicians
with specialised knowledge.
The electrostatic voltage in the human body is transferred to electronic
devices and components that are sensitive to electrostatic shock by
touching them, sometimes resulting in damage depending on the
circumstances.
All electronic modules and constructive units incorporate elements
with a potentially dangerous electrostatic voltage.
2.3.4
Dangerous components
Amongst others, these constructive elements are threatened by
electrostatic voltage:
!
µProcessors
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2.3.6
Indications for components sensitive to electrostatic
shock
In all electronic modules and constructive units there are components
that are sensitive to electrostatic shock.
In order to protect such components, the following steps should be
taken:
Mortal attack!
- component rendered useless
- constructive unit rendered useless
- equipment rendered useless
Light attack!
- damaged
- weakened
- premature failure
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1.
Read the corresponding
constructive units with care.
label
for
the
modules
and
2.
Before touching and measuring any components that are
sensitive to electrostatic shock, apply an electrostatic
protection system (wristband with earth block).
3.
Avoid touching these components with electrostaticallysensitive plastics (plastic sheeting, etc.).
4.
Constructive units, modules and plate should be picked up as
far as possible without touching the printed circuit boards and
connections.
5.
Components that are sensitive to electrostatic shock should
not be located close to monitors or televisions.
6.
For transport purposes, only conductive materials or the
original packing should be used.
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2.3.7
Electrostatic protection system
There are several different electrostatic protection systems.
These electrostatic protection systems act to prevent the electrostatic
shock from affecting the human body or by shunting the existing
electrostatic voltage to earth.
In the electrostatic protection system used at the after-sales customer
service, the electrostatic voltage in the body is transferred by means
of a wristband and earth block.
For safety reasons, this is not carried out directly but
using a combination of elements
The connection with the earthwire conductor or
protective conductor should be in perfect condition
Combination of elements with wristband
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3
COMPONENTS AND FUNCTION
3.1.1
3.1
ELIN with own power supply (“left Elin”)
Electronic Induction (ELIN)
There are two types of elin (electronic induction).
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One with its own power supply (“left or main elin”)
!
Another one without its own power supply (“right or secondary
elin”), which is powered by the main elin.
They are attached to the elin bracket with clips, plus a couple of
screws.
They communicate with the TouchControl through the LIN connector.
The TouchControl sends power level orders for each burner and the
elin returns the state of the burner (pan recognition, error detection,
etc.)
Depending on the type of model there are:
Domino
1 main elin
2I 60 cm
1 main elin
4I 60cm
1 main elin / 1 secondary elin
4I 70 cm
1 main elin / 1 secondary elin
4I 80cm
1 main elin / 1 secondary elin
3I
1 main elin / 1 secondary elin
5I 90cm
2 main elin / 1 secondary elin
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3.1.1.1
Components of Elin with own power supply
User Interface
Cooling
I1
V
123456-
EMC Filter
I2
V2
Power Supplier
Rectify
II
VI
Control
Inverter
I0
Inductor
V0
Interference filter (yellow)
Power supply (red)
Rectificator (light green)
Power inverter (blue)
Control (green)
Cooling element (pink)
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3.1.2.1
3.1.2
Components of elin without own power supply
ELIN without own power supply (“right ELIN”)
12345-
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Interference filter (light green)
Rectificator (light yellow)
Power inverter (blue)
Control (green, bottom part)
Cooling element (left grey)
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I
Filter
Rectificator
V
I0
Inverter
VI
Inductor-pot
V0
3.1.3
3.1.3.1
V
I
VI
ELIN functions
Power supply
V0
I0
Elins with their own power supply power the various components of
the induction hob (fan, touchControl, elin without its own power
supply, etc...)
25-75 kHz
3.1.3.2
Regulation
The elin regulates the power of the inductors by means of the IGBTs
(insulated-gate bipolar transistors) and coordinates the signals given
by the user through the control panel with the various induction zones.
3.1.3.3
Communication
!
The elin returns the state of the burner.
For example, if the pan is not detected, the power selected
starts flashing (See pan recognition)
! It indicates the warnings and errors sent by the elin (See errors
and warnings)
! It communicates with the touchControl by means of the 4-cable
LIn connector.
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3.2
Bosch TouchControl
3.2.1
Bosch dominos
3.2.1.1
Control knobs YL-167
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3.2.2
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Control knobs
9 power levels
Powerboost function
“On/Off” sensor
3.2.1.2
3.2.2.1
Precise TouchControl
One sensor for each level – intuitive direct access to each level
9 power levels
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function with separate sensor
“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Residual heat indicator H/h
Power Management
Bosch 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm
TouchControl Superquattro (SQ) YL-196
Precise TouchControl YL-199
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One +/- Sensor for each cooking zone
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17 power levels
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17 power levels
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Powerboost function after level 9
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Powerboost function after level 9
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Sensor “On”
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“On/Off” sensor
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Timer function depending on model
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Timer function depending on model
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Residual heat indicator H/h
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Residual heat indicator H/h
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Power management
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Power management
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Child lock
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Child lock
3.2.2.2
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+/ - TouchControl Sensor YL-202
+/- Sensors for each cooking zone
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3.2.2.3
PreciseTouchControl 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm YL-180
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One sensor for each level – intuitive direct access to each level
17 power levels
!
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
!
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Powerboost function with separate sensor
“On/Off” sensor
!
Timer function
!
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Frying sensor depending on model with 4 levels (lowmin-med-max)
9 Frying sensor programs
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Cooking sensor depending on model with 5 levels.
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9 Cooking sensor programs
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Residual heat indicator H/h
!
Power management
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Child lock
!
Key lock
3.2.2.4
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Semi-preciseTouchControl
3.2.2.5
60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm YL-180
One sensor for each level and one +/- for each intermediate
level
17 power levels
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function with separate sensor
“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Frying sensor depending on model with 4 levels (lowmin-med-max)
9 Frying sensor programs
Residual heat indicator H/h
Power management
Child lock
Key lock
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Metal Touch Control (Precise) YL-205
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One sensor for each level – intuitive direct access to each level
17 power levels
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function with separate sensor
“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Frying sensor depending on model with 4 levels (low- minmed-max)
9 Frying sensor programs
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Cooking sensor depending on model with 5 levels.
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9 Cooking sensor programs
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Residual heat indicator H/h
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Power management
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Child lock
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Key lock
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3.3
Siemens TouchControls
3.3.1
Siemens dominos
3.3.1.1
Control knobs YL-167
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TouchControl Slider – intuitive direct access to each level
17 power levels
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function
“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Residual heat indicator H/h
Power Management
3.3.2
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!
!
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Control knobs
9 power levels
Powerboost function
“On/Off” sensor
3.3.1.2
60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm Siemens
3.3.2.1
TouchControl Superquattro (SQ) YL-196
TouchControl Slider YL-207
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One +/- sensor for all cooking zones
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17 power levels
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Powerboost function after level 9
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“On/Off” sensor
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Timer function depending on model
!
Residual heat indicator H/h
!
Power management
!
Child lock
3.3.2.2
+/ - TouchControl Sensor YL-202
3.3.2.3
TouchControl Slider
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TouchControl Slider – intuitive direct access to each level
17 levels of power
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function
“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Residual heat indicator H/h
Power Management
Frying sensor depending on model with 4 levels (lowmin-med-max)
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9 Frying sensor programs
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Cooking sensor depending on model with 5 levels.
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9 Cooking sensor programs
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Residual heat indicator H/h
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Power management
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+/- Sensors for each cooking zone
!
Child lock
!
17 power levels
!
Key lock
!
Powerboost function after level 9
!
“On” Sensor
!
Timer function depending on model
!
Residual heat indicator H/h
!
Power management
!
Child lock
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3.3.2.4
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TouchControl multislider 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm YL-169/-170
One Slider touch control for each cooking zone – intuitive direct
access to each level
17 power levels
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function
“On/Off” sensor
Timer and Egg timer function, one sensor for each cooking
zone
Residual heat indicator H/h
Keep Warm function
Power management
Child lock
Key lock
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3.3.2.5
Metal TouchControl (slider) YL-204
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One sensor for each level – intuitive direct access to each level
17 power levels
Direct switch off for each cooking zone
Powerboost function with separate sensor
“On/Off” sensor
Timer and Egg timer function
Frying sensor function depending on model with 4 levels
(low-min-med-max)
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9 Frying sensor programs
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Cooking sensor function depending on model with 5
levels.
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9 Cooking sensor programs
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Residual heat indicator H/h
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Power management
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Child lock
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Key lock
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3.4
Neff TouchControl
3.4.1
Neff dominos
3.4.1.2
With controls
The control is oval and just as those of the oven.
3.4.1.1
TouchControl YL-199
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One +/- Sensor for each cooking zone
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9 power levels
Powerboost function after level 9
Powerboost function with separate sensor “P”
“On/Off” sensor
Residual heat indicator H/h
Child lock
Cleaning protection
Power management
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3.4.2
60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm Neff
3.4.2.1
TouchControl Digiselect YL-188
With Frying Sensor function
3.4.2.2
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One +/- Sensor for all cooking zones
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9 power levels
Powerboost function after level 9
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Powerboost function with separate sensor “P”
“On/Off” sensor
!
Power management
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Timer function depending of the variant
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TouchControl metalTouch YL-206
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One +/- Sensor for all cooking zones
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9 power levels
Powerboost function after level 9
Residual heat indicator H/h
!
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Powerboost function with separate sensor “P”
Timer function depending of the variant
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Child Lock or Keep Warm function “L”
!
Residual heat indicator H/h
!
Cleaning protection
!
Child Lock or Keep Warm function “L”
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Keep Warm function for each cooking zone
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Cleaning protection
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Keep Warm function for each cooking zone
!
Power management
The sensors are integrated in a metallic profile.
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3.4.2.3
Touch Control Tippad YL-189
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A only central control device
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Powerboost function after level 9
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Powerboost function with separate sensor “P”
“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Residual heat indicator H/h
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Power management
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Child Lock “L”
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Key Lock “L”
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Cleaning protection
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3.5
Balay TouchControl
3.5.1
Balay dominos
3.5.2
3.5.1.1
Balay 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 cm
TouchControl YL-213
3.5.2.1
TouchControl Superquattro (SQ) YL-196
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One +/- sensor for each cooking zone
!
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9 power levels
Powerboost function after level 9
Powerboost function with separate sensor
“On/Off” sensor
Residual heat indicators H/h
!
One +/- sensor for each cooking zone
!
Child lock
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9 power levels
!
Powerboost function after level 9
!
“On/Off” sensor
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Timer function depending on model
!
Residual heat indicator H/h
!
Child lock
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3.5.2.2
TouchControl Básico+ línea de texto YL-197
3.5.2.3
Touch Control Metal Balay
It has been cancelled.
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+/- sensors for each cooking zone
!
9 power levels
!
Powerboost function after level 9
!
“On” sensor
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Timer function depending on model
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Residual heat indicator H/h
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Power management
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Child lock
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+/- sensors for each cooking zone
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9 power levels
Powerboost function after level 9
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“On/Off” sensor
Timer function
Frying sensor depending on model with 4 levels (low- minmed-max)
9 Frying sensor programs
!
Residual heat indicator H/h
!
Power management
!
!
Child lock
Key lock
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3.6
ELIN support
In IH4 (previous project) there was a plastic support without a metal
frame.
3.6.2
ELIN support 1 for dominos and combinations
In the new IH5 project there are two types of support:
3.6.1
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ELIN support 1
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ELIN support 2
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Along with a metal frame, which makes it possible to
insert the turrets for the cooking sensor and two more
relay modules.
ELIN support 2 for 60-70 cm hobs
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3.6.3
90cm hob
3.6.4
90*35 cm panoramic hob
A- ELIN support 1
A- ELIN support 1
B- ELIN support 2
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3.7
Glass frame
3.7.1
Characteristics
The inner framework of the glass frame units consists of 4 frames
stuck together.
This design improves the tension that might be created.
New seal = foam
The hermetic seal has been replaced by foam, which is fitted by robot.
There are greater advantages to be obtained with foam as opposed to
using the hermetic seal:
3.7.2
Old seal
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Automatically constant thickness
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Site of application is controlled
!
Average flatness is reduced by 0.2 mm.
Types
We have different sizes and styles for glass frame units.
Sizes:
30 cm; 40 cm; 60 cm; 70 cm; 80 cm and 90 cm.
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Styles
White vitroceramic glass
The various styles differ with respect to outer trim, colour of the glass
and / or type of mounting, apart from the way the model can be
recognised.
Black vitroceramic glass
3.7.3
Metal look vitroceramic glass
Markings on glass
In the models for Balay and Lynx there is a label at the top on the right
with the complete model without KI printed on it.
The other models only have the supplier’s number, at the top on the
left, enabling us to find out what model it is.
This number is not easy to see. See photo below.
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All replacement glass frames will be supplied like this. However, they
will have a sticker to remind the people handling them, printed with the
following warning:
3.7.4
Replacing glass frame for basic units
Warning!
The basic units have trim all around the edge of the glass.
Until recently, the outer metallic trim was completely stuck to the glass
with silicon.
Now, although they will be supplied together, they will not be stuck
with silicon but with foam, which only keeps the trim in place.
Thus, special care should be taken when handling the replacement
glass frame, since it might fall and cause injury should the glass fall on
top of us.
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3.8
Fan
3.8.1
Characteristics and assembly
The fan used operates on direct current (without dynamo brushes)
and contains electronic components.
It is connected to the ELIN plate by means of a 3-wire connection with
some of the ends soldered to the fan’s circuit board
+24V
GND = earth
TACHO = tachograph
It is attached by means of clips (dominos and 2I). In other models it is
attached to a bracket, which is screwed into place.
1.1.2 Function
To cool the electronic components.
Warning!
Between the content of the housing and the entrance of the fan there
should be a gap of at least 2 cm.
Do not keep small objects and papers in the box, since these could be
absorbed by the fan and reduce the cooling effect, or damage the fan.
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3.9
NTC
3.9.1
Types
There are two types of NTCs.
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NTCs for the inductors.
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NTCs for the electronic module (ELIN)
3.9.2
Characteristics and assembly
3.9.2.1
NTCs for the inductors
In both IH4-I (previous project) and IH5-I (current project) the NTCs
measure the temperature directly on top of the glass.
The difference lies in the way the NTC is mounted in the inductor
and the fact that they have polarity (i.e. 3 channels for the frying
function NTC).
For mounting purposes, a silicon support bracket is used instead of
a metal spring. This reduces the time taken to assemble the
component.
Photo of NTC and cross section of new IH5-I project
The external NTC has a 3-wire connector and controls the frying
sensor function.
They are both interchangeable and have a different code number
(internal 2-wire NTC connector and external 3-wire NTC connector)
and can be supplied as spare parts.
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IH4-I
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1.1.2.2
NTCs for induction module
1.1.2 Function of inductor NTCs
These are two NTCs located behind the induction module, next to
the bolts. They are not interchangeable.
These measure the operating temperature for the inductors. If the
temperature limits are exceeded, the power supply is cut off, with a
warning being sent to the TouchControl panel. Once the NTCs have
cooled down again, the power supply is renewed.
Power
Potencia
100%
NTC OPEN
t""
NTC SHORT
30%
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[1] IH4-I.2
230
235
250
265
TNTC [ºC]
TEST [ºC]
[2] IH5-I
[3] IH5-I critical modules
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3.9.3
Function of NTCs for electronic module
These measure the temperature of the IGBTs (insulated-gate bipolar
transistor, the element that supplies power to the electronic module)
and cut off the power supply if they reach the maximum temperature.
Power
Potencia
100%
NTC OP/SC
30%
15%
105
115
135
T [ºC]
[1] IH4-I.2
[2] IH5-I
IGBTs.
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[3] IH5-I critical modules
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3.10
Inductors
3.10.1 Characteristics, types and assembly
Type
name
When changing the part of the ELIN of the 145mm inductor with frying
function, the jumper of the original part should be taken and installed
in the new ELIN.
145 mm
180 mm
180 mm
Warning!
Bräter
180x280 mm
If we do not install the jumper, the frying will not operate.
Does not come with spare.
210 mm
180 mm
28cm double
280 mm
280 mm
210 mm
260 mm
320 mm
Triple 32 cm
(NEW for IH5-I)
The 145,180 and 210 mm inductors have been changed, to include
the function of frying and to improve the efficiency, heat distribution
and recipient detection. (Before, there was only frying in the 210mm
inductor).
In the frying models, the 180 and 210 inductors have a second NTC
(3-way connector). In the case of the 145mm inductor it is necessary
to insert into the ELIN a short-circuited 3-way connector (a type of
jumper with its own code).
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Mount upon the inductor assembly.
In case of damage, the complete assembly must be replaced.
A
A- Inductor assembly
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In order to activate the superbooster of the triple inductor, an auxiliary
plate is needed. See relay plate.
The superbooster can only be activated on the external ring.
1.1.2 32 cm triple inductor (New feature IH5-I)
Made up of 3 rings: internal, middle and external.
3.10.2 28 cm Double Inductor
Internal ring = 210mm
Middle ring = 260mm
External ring= 320mm
The auxiliary plate of the double inductor in order to activate the
superbooster has been integrated into the ELIN, simplifying the
connection diagram.
3.10.2.1 Power table in Watts
Power/diameter
P Standard
P booster
P Superbooster
180 mm
1800
2500
-
280 mm
2800
3000
4400
3.10.3 Bräter Inductor
The auxiliary plate of the Bräter inductor in order to activate the
booster has been integrated into the ELIN, simplifying the connection
diagram.
3.10.3.1 Power table in Watts
3.10.1.1 Power table in Watts.
Power/diameter
P Standard
P booster
P Superbooster
210 mm
2200
3300
-
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260 mm
2600
3400
-
320 mm
3300
3600
4600
Power/diameter
P Standard
P booster
P Superbooster
180 mm
1800
2500
-
280 mm
2000
2600
-
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3.10.3 Double, triple or Bräter cooking zones
These zones can recognize recipients of different sizes. Depending
on the material and the properties of the recipient, the zone will
adapt automatically; either only the simple zone or its entirety and
supplying the adequate power to obtain good cooking results.
There is no light indicator indicating how many rings are active.
Even if the external ring is not active, the internal ring can supply
more power than if the external one were active.
Warning!
3.10.4 Booster in multiple inductors
The booster is always possible. A b appears on the display, but the
power depends on the elements which are active.
The detection of the number of active rings is not indicated with any
light signal.
The superbooster can only be activated in the external ring.
For example:
4.6 kW
inductors on the right disconnected and external ring
active
3.6 kW
a right inductor connected and external ring active
The double, triple and Bräter (multiples) inductors have polarity,
that is, the connection of its elements cannot be inverted.
If this is not taken into account, the detection of the recipient could fail
and if the ring were activated or the auxiliary element the correct
power will not be supplied. For this reason, the cables of the inductor
are of a different colour.
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3.10.5 Booster in Bräter
3.10.6 Powers table level 9, booster and superbooster
Level 9
PowerBoost
SuperBoost
For IH5-I the Bräter has a booster power of 2.6 kW (2 kW of
nameplate power) when the left front inductor is turned off.
For IH4-I (Ind IV) there was no booster and the nameplate power was
of 2.6 kw.
The detection of the Bräter is not indicated on the touchControl.
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145 mm
1.400 W
1.800 W (+28%)
180 mm
1.800 W
2.500 W (+38%)
180 mm
180x280 mm
1.800 W
2.500 W (+38%)
2.000 W
2.600 W (+30%)
210 mm
2.200 W
3.300 W (+50%)
180 mm
280 mm
1.800 W
2.500 W (+38%)
2.800 W
From 3.600 W (+21%)
280 mm
2.400 W
3.600 W (+50%)
210 mm
260 mm
320 mm
2.200 W
3.300 W (+50%)
2.600 W
3.400 W (+11%)
3.300 W
From 3.600 W (+9%)
New
New
New
to 4.400 W (+57%)
New
to 4.600 W (+28%)
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3.11
Connections
3.11.1 Input feed connection
3.11.1.1
Domino Connection (1 Module)
There is a valid input connection for all the electrical configurations
and installations throughout Europe.
3.11.1.2 60 cm, 70 cm and 80 cm Connection (2 modules)
3.11.1.3 90 cm Connection (3 modules)
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3.11.2
Touch Control feed connection
3.11.3
Jumper connector for 15 cm frying sensor
In order for the frying sensor function of this 15 cm inductor to work it
is necessary to connect this jumper; if not, the frying sensor function is
not activated.
The 4-wire connector between the ELIN and Touch Control is the one
which feeds Touch Control.
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For the rest of the inductors with frying it is not necessary, because we
connect the 3-way NTC, which controls the frying and activates the
function.
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Fan connection
3.11.4 Connection of the Cooking Sensor
3.11.4.1 Domino (1 fan)
The outer part must be positioned to prevent excessive overheating.
Example of bad positioning
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Example of good positioning
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3.11.4.2 2I (fan)
The fan connection is guided through the white support and the
connector of the relay plate goes behind the condensers.
3.11.4.4 90 cm (2 fans)
3.11.4.3 60 cm, 70 cm and 80 cm (1 fan)
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3.11.5 Connection between ELINS
3.11.5.1 3I, 5I: 16-way connector
3.11.5.2 Other models: 8-way connector
This is a 16-way connector.
Care should be taken upon dismounting it, as it could be damaged.
3.11.6 Superbooster Connection
This is the lower white connector.
In case of bad connection, check the connector pins; they may be
slightly bent.
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3.12
Perfect Built in union accessory
3.12.1 Union accessory components
This accessory is for combining dominos with other types of counters
so that they are totally level. .
Bosch
HEZ394301
Siemens
HZ394301
Neff
Z9914X0
!
Combination profile
!
Some screws for fastening the profile in case of having a wood
counter.
!
Stickers in case of being granite or marble
!
Some screws and metal pieces to fit the counter.
!
Safety profiles (3 types: A, B , C and D)
Safety
SE
BO / NE
60 cm
B
B
80 cm
C
A
80 cm FTH
A
A
BA
Angles
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1.1.1.1
Characteristics
The dimensions of the combination kits changes for each
trademark.
For Siemens:
16
16
16
16
302
302
262
4
262
4
4
270
4
270
32
572
For Bosch and Neff
Domino width 302 mm
Accessory width 32 mm
18
18
18
18
306
306
For Balay
262
4
8
262
4
4
270
36
10
4
10
8
288
288
270
576
Domino width 306 mm
Accessory width 36 mm
262
5
262
3
270
3
20
5
270
560
Domino width 288 mm
Accessory width 20 mm
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3.12.1.1 Possible fitting combinations and measurements
!
3.12.1.1.1 32 mm Kit
!
Domino + domino + 60 cm
302
302
602
2 dominos
302
302
302
286
586
1174
286
286
!
572
!
Domino + 60 cm + domino
592
288
288
Domino + domino 38 cm
302
392
286
602
286
1174
!
376
286
3 Dominos
662
302
!
302
302
302
286
Domino + 60 cm
602
302
286
874
586
286
872
!
Domino + 80 cm
812
302
796
286
1082
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!
3.12.1.1.2 36 cm Kit
!
Domino + domino + 60 cm
306
306
606
2 dominos
306
588
1182
!
288
288
306
288
306
Domino + 60 cm + domino
606
306
306
576
!
Domino + domino 38 cm
288
306
606
396
!
3 Dominos
306
378
288
288
1182
306
306
666
!
Domino + 60 cm
288
606
306
306
288
882
588
288
876
!
Domino + 80 cm
816
306
288
798
1086
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4
FAULT DIAGNOSTICS
4.1
Error codes or warnings sent by the ELIN
There are 3 types of error messages or warnings that can be sent by
the ELIN (induction electronics):
1- Warnings and safety cut-outs.
2- Fault detection concerning connections or elements external to
the induction electronics (NTC not connected, fan…).
3- Faults with the induction electronics (ELIN) that require a
replacement to be made.
Warning!
Before carrying out any type of repair to the equipment, first switch it
off and then on again.
Should the fault not be resolved by switching the equipment off and on
again, disconnect it from the mains supply, wait 20 seconds and
reconnect it.
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WARNINGS AND SAFETY CUT-OUTS: “Encoded with the letter U”
The codes are listed below in decreasing order of priority. In the event of more than one, only the highest priority warning is displayed.
Fault /
Warning
Code
Fault / Warning
Cause
Solution
User Message
U1
The input voltage is less than The input connection may be
150 V or greater than 275 V. faulty.
1- Check the power input When this message is
displayed, all coils are
connection.
2- This error appears and switched off. The message
disappears without action is displayed on all for coils if
by the user, it is displayed it is full induction and only
without connecting power on the induction coils if it is
a 2i unit.
to coils
and would
disappear when the input
voltage is within the
established limits.
U2
The NTC on the induction The NTC is not heating up within
unit is blocking operation.
the established limits according to
the power supplied.
1- Check connections on the
indicated
induction
module NTC.
2- If the connection is
correct and the fault
continues, replace the
NTC.
U3
The NTCs on the ELIN are Excess temperature
blocking operation.
specific module.
U4
The NTC on the cooking Excess temperature on
sensor is blocking operation. cooking sensor module.
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on
the Leave to cool and reset the hob.
the Leave to cool and replace Perhaps a hot pot has been
cooking sensor if fault continues. left near the cooking sensor.
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R
REEPPA
AIIR
RM
MA
AN
NU
UA
ALL
IIN
ND
D VV:: 22II
Fault detection concerning connections or elements external to the induction electronics (NTC not connected, fan…)
: “Encoded with the letter d”
The codes are listed below in decreasing order of priority. In the event of having more than one, only the highest priority warning is displayed.
Fault /
Warning
Code
d0
Fault / Warning
Cause
Communication
failure The connections between the
between the TouchControl TouchControl and the ELIN or
and
ELIN
or
between between ELINs may be faulty.
ELINs.ºº
Solution
1- Check
connection
between
the
TouchControl and ELIN
or between ELINs.
2- Replace connections.
ASIC communication failure
between
ELINs
(Superbooster). Fault on the
right module in superbooster
models.
1- The 16 conductor cable
between ELINs may be faulty.
d2
Superbooster relay error.
The superbooster relay located in This error is common on the
the ELIN has become damaged.
paella dish module, although it is
possible that the relay not
operating correctly is the one on
the right or secondary ELIN.
d3
Fan error.
The fan cables are badly Check fan connection or replace
connected or the fan has become the fan if it does not work.
damaged.
d4
The NTC on the induction The NTC on an induction unit is Check NTC connections.
unit is on an open circuit.
not connected.
d1
2- The connector for the 16
conductor cable may have bent
flaps.
1- Check the 16 conductor
connection
between
ELINs.
2- If any of the flaps are
bent, it is not necessary
to replace the cable. It is
enough to straighten the
flaps and reconnect the
16 conductor cable.
User Message
d5
The NTC on the induction The NTC on an induction unit has Replace NTC on the indicated
unit is short circuiting.
become damaged.
induction unit.
d6
The cooking sensor signal is The cooking sensor
on an open circuit.
connected to the ELIN
d7
The cooking sensor signal is The cooking sensor has become Replace cooking sensor.
short circuiting.
damaged.
is
not Check
cooking
connection.
sensor
Warning!
The Superbooster fault on the triple-ring paella coil is not encoded.
One symptom of this error is that low-level power is supplied.
The relay board is not included within the ELIN itself on the triple-ring
paella coil. It will be necessary to check the relay module.
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Faults with the induction electronics (ELIN) that require replacements to be made : “Encoded with the letter e”
The codes are listed below in decreasing order of priority. In the event of having more than one, only the highest priority warning is displayed.
Fault /
Warning
Code
e0
Fault / Warning
Cause
Solution
The input relay on the ELIN This error is displayed when it is
is faulty.
attempted to close the relay by
switching on a coil.
User Message
1- Switch off and on again to This can be shown on the
see if the fault is resolved. display if we supply power
2- Replace the ELIN that only to a specific burner.
corresponds to the fault Instruct the user to switch
location.
off and on again and to
reset the mains supply.
e1
Damaged
measurement circuit.
ELIN The Vbus measurement circuit
has become damaged.
e2
Main synchronisation signal The synchronisation
error.
faulty.
e3
Software security error.
signal
1- Replace the ELIN that Instruct the user to switch
corresponds to the fault off and on again and to
reset the mains supply.
location.
is
1- Replace the ELIN that Instruct the user to switch
corresponds to the fault off and on again and to
reset the mains supply.
location.
It may be a sporadic fault and
caused
by
an
internal
microcontroller fault.
1- Switch off and on again to Instruct the user to switch
see if the fault is resolved. off and on again and to
Reset and if not;
reset the mains supply.
2- Replace the ELIN that
corresponds to the fault
location.
e4
ASIC communication error ASIC communication has become
within the ELIN itself.
damaged.
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1- Replace the ELIN that Instruct the user to switch
corresponds to the fault off and on again and to
location.
reset the mains supply.
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e5
Configuration relay error on They may have become stuck
every induction unit.
together or been damaged when
activating the induction coil.
1- Switch off and on again to Instruct the user to switch
see if the fault is resolved. off and on again and to
Reset and if not;
reset the mains supply.
2- Replace the ELIN that This is only displayed if the
corresponds to the fault burner is activated.
location.
e6
IGBT inverter error.
The
IGBTs
have
become
damaged or the connection on
the induction units may be faulty.
1- Check the connection on Instruct the user to switch
the induction units.
off and on again and to
2- Replace the ELIN that reset the mains supply.
corresponds to the fault
location.
e7
NTC on the ELIN short NTC short or open circuit.
circuiting or on an open
circuit.
e8
The power measurement The power
circuit has become damaged. incorrect.
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measurement
1- Replace the ELIN that Instruct the user to switch
corresponds to the fault off and on again and to
location.
reset the mains supply.
is
1- Replace the ELIN that Instruct the user to switch
corresponds to the fault off and on again and to
reset the mains supply.
location.
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4.2
Error codes or warnings sent by the
TouchControl
Warning!
Before carrying out any type of repair to the equipment, first switch it
off and then on again.
Should the warning display remain after having switching the
equipment off and on again, disconnect it from the mains supply, wait
20 seconds and reconnect it.
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Internal TouchControl faults: “Encoded with the letters ErXY”
The XY correspond to specific error numbers. Below is a list of the most common errors. It is not a comprehensive list.
Fault /
Warning
Code
Fault / Warning
Cause
Er32
Internal TouchControl error.
Spare parts confusion or a 4i module
has been installed instead of a 2i
module.
Er12
Relay error.
They may have become stuck
together.
Er13
EEprom fault
The EEprom recording is not good.
Er21 and
beep
Overheating of the control
module.
Extended operation of the coils near
to the TouchControl.
Er22
Sensor fault.
Er25
Incorrect TouchControl
connection.
Er26
Voltage too high in standby
mode.
E and beep
Sensor pressed for more than
10 seconds or water has fallen
on it.
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Solution
User Message
Check replacement parts
(they are labelled with the
supplier number) and check
the correct code.
Replace the TouchControl.
Control module fault.
Replace the TouchControl.
Control module fault.
Control module fault.
Leave to cool and press a
sensor to stop the beep
alarm.
The sensors have become damaged. Replace the TouchControl.
Leave to cool and press
a sensor to stop the
beep alarm.
Control module fault.
Bad connection of the TouchControl.
Check the TouchControl
connections.
Control module fault.
The voltage is too high in standby
mode. The relay activation circuit is
defective.
Sensor pressed for more than 10
seconds or water has fallen on it.
Replace the TouchControl.
Control module fault.
Remove finger from the
sensor or dry any water on
the TouchControl.
Sensor pressed for more
than 10 seconds or
water has fallen on it.
Remove finger from the
sensor or dry any water
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Warnings / Non-faults indicated on the TouchControl
: “Encoded with the letter F”
These are listed in the final section of the instruction booklet
Fault /
Warning
Code
F0
Fault / Warning
Cause
Interface fault with the The connections on the
cooking sensor or the cooking / frying sensor
frying sensor.
may be loose.
Communication
failure The connection is loose or
with the induction coil.
faulty
on
induction
modules.
Solution
User Message
3- Check
/
replace
connections between the
cooking / frying sensor
board
and
the
TouchControl in the
case of smaller modules
(vitros).
Replace
TouchControl (including
frying sensor board).
4- Check connections on
induction
modules.
Replace the module that
controls the zone with
F0.
F2
Key symbol
displayed
TouchControl
overheating.
Extended operation of the
coils
near
the
TouchControl. Above >
105 ºC.
3- Leave to cool.
The equipment is blocked
The user has blocked it
without realising.
Perform
the
technical
service
program
for
TouchControl. (step P2).
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The areas affected by this error may
not operate during a short period of
time. Once the TouchControl reaches
an accepted temperature, simply touch
any button for the warning message to
disappear.
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F4
The temperature of the Above > 140 ºC and higher
TouchControl
is than F2.
excessively high.
1- Leave to cool.
The areas affected by this error may
not operate during a short period of
time. Once the TouchControl reaches
an accepted temperature, simply touch
any button for the warning message to
disappear.
F8
The maximum operation These times depend on
time for one or more coils the selected power level
has been exceeded.
and may range between 1
and 10 hours.
1- Leave to cool.
Simply touch any button
message to be removed.
Metal touch failure.
1- Check
cable.
F9
It may have come loose
due to a knock.
for
this
Should you wish to continue cooking,
switch the hob on again and select the
desired power level.
the
connection
2- Replace the entire glass
assembly.
The residual
heat H/h
appears
immediately
after
switching on
Fictitious residual heat Various tests that are
H/h indication on the performed at the factory.
displays.
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Perform
the
technical
service
program
for
TouchControl. (step P2).
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5
CHECK AND REPAIR
1.1 Activation and deactivation of
services program for TouchControl
the
technical
Warning!
The procedure for accessing the technical services program may only
be completed during the first 60 minutes after connecting the
TouchControl to the mains supply.
TouchControl units come with a label containing information on the
type of TouchControl it is or whether this information can be gained
via Quickfinder by clicking on the TouchControl unit.
5.1.1
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the selection button
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the selection button in under 1 second whilst still
pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press the selection button in under 1 second
7
8
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Superquattro SQ YL196 TouchControl
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.2
Basic Balay YL197 TouchControl
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the “-“ button in zone 3
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the “-“ button in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the “-“ button in zone 3 in under 1 second
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
5.1.3
In order to find the sensor for accessing the services program, the
worktop must be on. Once the location is known, it should be turned
off again, remembering the location of the sensor.
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the button in zone 3
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the button in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the button in zone 3 in under 1 second
7
8
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Bosch YL180 precision selection TouchControl
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.4
Siemens YL190 monoSlider TouchControl
5.1.5
Neff Digiselect YL188 / Tippad YL189 / metaltouch YL206
TouchControl
Step
Operation and indication
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3
1
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3
2
Press and hold the On button
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
4
Release the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second
6
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.6
Gaggenau Comfort YL201 / twistpad YL203 TouchControl
5.1.7
Metal Touch BO YL205 / SE YL204 TouchControl
In order to find the sensor for accessing the services program, the
worktop must be on. Once the location is known, it should be turned
off again, remembering the location of the sensor.
Step
Operation and indication
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the “-“ button in zone 3
1
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3
2
Press and hold the On button
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the “-“ button in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
4
Release the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the “-“ button in zone 3 in under 1 second
6
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second
7
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.9
Multislider YL169 / YL170 TouchControl
5.1.8
Thermador Digiselect YL192 TouchControl
Step
Operation and indication
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3
1
Press and hold the ST2 timer sensor in zone 2 or the
timer sensor on the left of on/off sensor for 5i
2
Press and hold the On button
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
4
5
A short flash of all segments
Release the ST2 timer sensor in zone 2 in under 1
second or the timer sensor on the left of on/off sensor
for 5i whilst still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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6
7
8
Press and hold the ST2 timer sensor in zone 2 or the
timer sensor on the left of on/off sensor for 5i in under 1
second
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.11
Domino balay YL213 TouchControl
5.1.10
Basic BO/SE YL202 TouchControl
Step
Operation and indication
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3
1
Press and hold the “+” sensor in zone 2
2
Press and hold the On button
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second whilst
still pressing the On sensor
4
Release the “+” sensor in zone 2 in under 1 second
whilst still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the sensor in zone 3 in under 1 second
6
Press and hold the “+” sensor in zone 2 in under 1
second
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.12
Domino BO/Ne/TH YL199 TouchControl
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the sensor furthest to the right
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the sensor furthest to the right in under 1
second whilst still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the sensor furthest to the right in under 1
second
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.13
Domino SE Slider YL207 TouchControl
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the right-hand side of the slider (position
9)
2
Press and hold the On button
3
A short flash of all segments
4
Release the right-hand side of the slider in under 1
second whilst still pressing the On sensor
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the right-hand side of the slider in under
1 second
7
8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.1.14 Oven models. YL 190
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the sensor in the additional zone of zone
4
2
Press and hold the child safety button
3
A short flash of all segments
4
5.1.15 Oven models. YL202
Step
Operation and indication
0
The unit is off
1
Press and hold the “+” sensor in zone 4
2
Press and hold the “-“ sensor in zone 1
3
A short flash of all segments
Release the sensor in the additional zone of zone 4 in
under 1 second whilst still pressing the child safety
sensor
4
Release the “+” sensor in zone 4 in under 1 second
whilst still pressing the “-“ sensor in zone 1
5
A short flash of all segments
5
A short flash of all segments
6
Press and hold the sensor in the additional zone of zone
4 in under 1 second
6
Press the “+” sensor in zone 4 in under 1 second
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
7
7
8
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8
“P” and “0” flash on the displays. The services program
has been initiated
The services program ends automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 seconds or after
completing programs P0, P2, P8 and P9.
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5.2
Technical Services Program for TouchControl
Operation
Indication
The unit is in technical services mode. See The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and
“0”
access to the technical services program
in Chapter 5.
The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and
2 On/Off button to select next program
“1”
2.1 Wait while the TouchControl detects the reference “0“: " sensor correct
values. The upper horizontal segments of the
“1“: " sensor lacking sensitivity
display will remain lit during this process.
“2“: " sensor overly sensitive
You must wait until the central horizontal segments “3“: " operating beyond tolerance limits
of the displays are lit.
“4“: " problem with the on/off sensor
Individually press all the sensors (except the on/off
“9“: " simultaneous activation of sensors
switch, which is used for selecting the next
1
Status
The services program can be closed down
from this menu.
Sensor, buzzer and displays test
After checking all the sensors and whether
they are working correctly, the program
automatically switches to the buzzer and
displays test. The buzzer sounds for 2
seconds and all segments and LEDs are lit for
10 seconds.
program) and check the indication shown on the
display.
3
On/Off switch for selecting next program
The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and This menu enables reset to factory default
“2”
settings and the cancellation of changes
made by the user:
!
!
!
!
!
3.1 After selecting P2, press any sensor except A buzzer will sound and the display will show
“o o o o” for 2 seconds
the on/off sensor
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Removal of a fictitious residual heat “H/h”
indication
Deletion of data stored in the memory
Deactivation of the “buzzer off” selection
Deactivation of the reduced block time
function
Deactivation of the child safety feature
(key)
When the “o o o o” appears, factory default
settings have been restored.
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Operation
Indication
Status
The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and This menu only exists if a Cooking sensor
“5”
is present
The cooking sensor can be calibrated for
each zone
The active calibration value is shown on the
4.1 Selection of the cooking sensor in the zone
display
If there are other cooking sensors in other
4.2 Use the element that makes changes (+/- or 1- The new calibration is shown on the display
9 or slider or controls)
zones, this process can be repeated.
4
On/Off switch for selecting next program
4.3 To store the new calibration values, you
must press the on/off button
5
Selection of the frying sensor in the zone
The warning buzzer sounds. “P” and “6” are
shown on the corresponding displays.
This menu only exists if a frying sensor is
present.
The frying sensor can be calibrated for
each zone.
The new calibration is shown on the display
5.1 Use the element that makes changes (+/- or 1- The new calibration is shown on the display
9 or slider or controls)
5.2 To store the new calibration values, you
must press the on/off button
The warning buzzer sounds. “P” and “7” are
shown on the corresponding displays.
5.3 From left to right, press all the TouchControl
sensors, except the on/off switch. The sensor
following the on/off switch is sensor 1, the next
to the right is sensor 2, etc.
Sensor 1: " for example “51.04”
Sensor 2: " for example “
”
Sensor 3: " for example “
”
Sensor 4 " for example “ .
”
”
Sensor 5 " for example “
Sensor 6 " for example “
”
Sensor 7 " for example “
”
If there are other frying sensors in other
zones, this process can be repeated.
Indication of parameters.
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
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Software version, e.g. V1.04
Current fault counter (400V)
Max. Temp. of the TouchControl
(conversion necessary)
Operation hours counter
Piece number
Counter for the number of times turned
on
Reserved
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Operation
Indication
6
On/Off switch for selecting next program
7
On/Off switch for selecting next program
The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and This menu enables life or durability tests to
“8”
be performed automatically.
This is not used for tasks related to
technical services.
The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and Deactivation of the maximum operation
“9”
time limit
7.1 Press any sensor, except the on/off switch, for “
3 seconds.
8
On/Off switch for selecting next program
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” will be shown on all displays
Status
After the 3 seconds, the key LED will be lit and
the unit will go into stand-by mode.
The coil indicator displays are flashing “P” and This is a detailed test of the sensors.
“A”
The procedure is the same as for P1.
This is not available for worktops with
metaltouch.
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Warning!
5.2.1
5.2.1.1
Summary of the steps for the technical services program.
P0
P1
P2
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
PA
Access and close of the technical services program
Sensor, buzzer and displays test
Reset factory default values
Cooking sensor calibration
Frying sensor calibration
Indication of parameters
Life test
Deactivation of the maximum operation time limit
Detailed sensor test
Step “P1” for testing the twist or tippad
With twist or tippad on the worktop
Wait while the TouchControl detects the reference values.
The upper horizontal segments of the display will remain lit during this
process.
You must wait until the central horizontal segments of the displays are
lit.
5.2.1.2
Without twist or tippad on the worktop
In this case, a 0 is shown if the signal is correct.
A 1 is shown if the signal is weak.
A 2 is shown if the signal is strong.
A 3 is shown if the signal is different to the calibration.
A 4 is shown if the TouchControl has yet to be calibrated.
Procedure with twist
Decentralise the twist or tippad in all permitted directions.
If the signal is 0, it is OK.
A 1 is shown if the signal is weak.
A 2 is shown if the signal is strong.
“- -“ must be shown if the test is OK and we are turning the twist or
tippad clockwise.
When we turn between 360º and 420º, a counter from 11 to 66 in
steps of 11 should appear.
After a further 60º turn, “- -“ should appear, meaning that the controller
is OK.
If it does not count up to 66, there is a problem with the rotation
detection.
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5.2.2
Step “P1” for testing the slider
The Slider test must be performed in order, from left to right in the
slider area.
A 1 will be shown in the display during the process. After 2 seconds,
the result will be shown.
The speed at which the test is performed must be taken into
consideration. If the test is performed too quickly, it is impossible to
obtain correct signals.
Code
Meaning
0
Correct operation
1
Sensor lacking sensitivity
2
Sensor overly sensitive
3
Beyond tolerance limits
5
Adjacent sensors very different
6
Simultaneous activation of sensors
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5.3
NTC sensor checks
5.3.1
Inductor NTC
Each one of the inductors uses an NTC sensor to control operational
temperature. The inductor NTC is a replaceable part.
5.3.2
Induction module NTC
The temperature of the semiconductor devices is measured by two
NTC sensors that protect the electronics from excessively high
temperatures. These sensors are not replaceable parts.
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5.3.3
NTC sensor conversion table
Temp (ºC)
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
R (KOhm)
98.264
93.229
88.632
84.404
80.489
76.845
73.435
70.233
67.213
64.357
61.647
59.070
56.613
54.264
52.016
49.860
Temp (ºC)
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
R (KOhm)
47.788
45.794
43.873
42.019
40.228
38.496
36.819
35.193
33.616
32.085
30.597
29.150
27.741
26.369
26.065
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5.4
Fan checks
!
Check that the rotor is not blocked.
!
The operational voltage is 24 V DC.
!
It is possible to check the fan using a suitable direct current.
The fan can not be checked by measuring its resistance because it
contains a diode in series within its own electronics.
5.5
Coil checks
The inductor contains no functional parts except for the NTC
temperature sensor. Therefore, it is not usually the source of faults.
However, the following procedure can be followed:
!
Inductor checks must be performed without voltage.
!
Remove the mica film carefully so as not to damage it and
perform a visual inspection. Check that there are no burnt
areas.
!
Check continuity of the inductor with a tester (<10hm).
!
Replace the mica film carefully so as not to damage it.
Do not replace the inductor unless burnt areas are found or there is no
electrical continuity.
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5.6
Induction unit checks (ELIN)
!
Checks must be performed with no voltage.
!
Perform a visual inspection paying particular attention to any
burnt components.
!
IGBT checks. The resistance values between
A
B
A
B
!
the feet of the IGBT’s must be:
A >10 Kohm
B > 5 Kohm
!
Check that the thread on the inductor connection screw is not
worn. If it is, replace the screw. If the thread problem is with
the attachment piece, replace the entire unit.
!
If the induction associated to this coil continues to fail when
the above checks provided negative results, replace the coil.
!
Check that the 2 fusible connections (for the power (B) and
the mains supply (A)) are intact. If not, the entire coil should
be replaced.
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5.7
Checks for when the circuit breaker trips
5.7.1
5.7.1.1
Unexpected circuit breaker (CB) trip in homes
Problem
Problems involving unexpected CB trips are becoming increasingly
more frequent.
During initial assessment, it is possible to say that they are caused by
the fact that the standard circuit breakers that are installed in homes
are AC and do not operate correctly with the electronic devices we
connect to our installations.
5.7.1.2
Cause
Electronic equipment, used on a massive scale nowadays, is fitted
with filtration and protection devices (condensators and varistors) that
give rise to transitory leak currents when voltage transitions take place
(very difficult to detect).
A particularly important example of such transition is that caused by
short circuits to earth points on work sites.
These cases may affect a large number of users connected to the
same low voltage network.
5.7.1.3
Solution
The most suitable solution is to adapt the distribution fuse boxes to
correctly supply the electrical charges. This means always using type
A circuit breakers that are immune to transition.
These systems are not standardised, meaning that each brand
provides different names according to their own criteria, such as for
example, super-immune (MERLIN GERIN) and high immunity (ABB),
etc.
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5.7.1.4
What is a circuit breaker?
An electrical device that must be installed in the general fuse box of all
homes; its purpose is to rapidly disconnect the electrical installations in
the event of a leak or earth connection, thus meaning that the installation
will have been disconnected before anyone touches the faulty equipment.
In the event of someone touching a live connection, the circuit breaker
will disconnect the installation in a sufficiently short period of time so as
not to cause serious injury to the affected person.
Circuit breakers are differentiated by having a range of sensitivities.
The sensitivity is the value that appears in the catalogue and that
identifies the model. It is used to indicate the current strength at which it
is desired for the circuit breaker to “trip”, in other word, the current
strength, if reached, that will result in disconnection of the installation.
The various sensitivities are:
!
Very high sensitivity: 10 mA
!
High sensitivity: 30 mA
!
Standard sensitivity: 100 and 300 mA
!
Low sensitivity: 0.5 and 1 A
The type of circuit breaker normally used in homes is in the high
sensitivity category (30 mA).
The degree of damage caused to people is determined by several factors.
The following table shows how the body is affected by the flow of current
depending on the duration of the flow:
!
Zone 1: Perception of the current
!
Zone 2: Significant discomfort and/or pain
!
Zone 3: Muscular contractions
!
Zone 4: Risk of heart attack
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Circuit breakers normally have a test button (indicated with a T) that
simulates a problem with the installation and, therefore, will disconnect
the installation when pressed. It is recommended that this button be
pressed regularly (for example, once a month).
Types of CB
According to manufacturing standards, there are three types:
1. Type AC for alternating sine wave currents.
2. Type A for alternating sine wave currents or direct pulse currents
3. Timed type S, not used in homes as they are not permitted by the
REBT unless one of the above breakers is present further along
the circuit.
99% of homes have the most simple and economical Type AC fitted,
which creates two problems:
1. They are not tripped by pulse currents and may even become
blocked
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2. They may be tripped unexpectedly (even at night) by high
frequency components
The type A circuit breakers provide increased safety due to two basic
improvements: they are tripped by pulse currents; and, in the event of
permanent failure of the direct circuit, they avoid the relay blocking and
not operating correctly with alternating shunts. For this reason:
5.7.1.5
!
1. The REBT itself (Article 3.5 of the ITC-BT 24) states: “when it is
foreseen that the differential currents may not be sine wave…, the
CB devices used shall be of class A”
2. Certain electrical appliance manufacturers (Bosch Siemens)
recommend the use of type A circuit breakers for their equipment.
Furthermore, countries such as Germany, Switzerland and
Belgium only accept the installation of this type of CB and do not
accept type AC under any circumstances.
Procedure for the technician
Measurement with the Gossen to ensure correct operation of
the appliance according to regulation VDE0701. The method of
measurement using the Gossen to check that the repair is
correct as a safety test for the equipment is explained below
(Rpe< 0.3 Ohms; Riso>=0.5 Mohms).
The value that must be measured in the event of a circuit
breaker trip is the lpe or lea current. The measured value
should be checked against the table of permitted leak current
according to the type of equipment in order to know whether it
is operating correctly.
Ipe (old Gossen) = Iea (new Gossen)
Note:
The probe is not necessary to measure the lpe or lea
current
!
Fill in the insulation report to provide copy to the user, which
contains a recommendation to have their CB type replaced by a
professional electrician.
o Attached is an example report form and another for
delivery to the user.
Table of equivalent measurements between new/old Gossen
Gossen measurements
Old
New
Rpe
Rsl
Riso
Riso
Ipe
Iea
If
Idiff
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5.7.1.6
How to measure using the old GOSSEN
Necessary material
! Gossen
! A chip with cable and socket, because worktops in newlyconstructed buildings will be connected to a 25 A socket
(according to low voltage regulations), in order to be able to trip
the socket on the same and take measurements with our
adapted cable. There will be no problem with those fitted with
16 A connections.
! Equipment for checking.
The probe (blue wire in the photo) must be connected to the external
or internal metal frame, depending on the model.
The SK1 box is the worktop to be checked. The unplugged
mains cable from the worktop must be connected to the chip
and to the Gossen.
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Finally, the Gossen must be connected to the mains supply.
Measurement examples:
1- Continuity of the earth cable or resistance of the
earth cable.
Connect the Gossen to the Rpe and press the Start button
on the Gossen.
The resistance should be below 0.30 Ohms. If a bad result
is produced, ensure it is not a problem with the pin, as they
are liable to fail. Also check the probe clip as they
sometimes come loose on bevelled glass worktops for
example.
The average value is 0.08 Ohms.
Should the measured value be incorrect, the device alarm
will sound and an alarm signal will be shown on the display.
3- Measurement of the lpe for checking against the
table of permitted leak intensities
The probe must be removed for this measurement.
Switch the selector to lpe and press the Start button.
Even if the alarm sounds, the measurement is incorrect. It
must be checked against the table of permitted leak
intensities depending on the type of equipment.
2- Measurement of the insulation resistance
Connect the Gossen selector to the Rlso and press the Start
button on the Gossen.
The resistance level should be above 0.5 Mohms.
The average value is 29.99 Mohms.
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5.7.1.7
New Gossen
Code new GOSSEN - 340756
(830 eur)
Must be calibrated every two years (the old model is no longer
available)
5.7.1.8
Photograph to explain the procedure
A
B
Measurement procedure using the new GOSSEN
The equipment must be connected to the socket shown with the arrow
in the image above.
The Gossen is connected to the electricity supply.
The probe must also be connected for Rsl and Riso measurements.
This is not necessary for lea measurements.
Position the switch to the corresponding measurement and press the
green On button. Press the Test button to switch it off.
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C
A- connection for the power cable from the
worktop
B- probe for safety test measurement
C- Green button for taking measurement
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5.7.1.9
Model report to be provided
5.7.1.10 Report to be filled in
This can be extracted from the ATI or ARM attached.
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5.7.1.11 Table of permitted leak current
Total leak
230V @ 50Hz
Total leak
230V @ 50Hz
Type of equipment
Domino
Domino 38 cm
2I
3I 28Simple
I min
1.7
1.7
1.7
3.5
3I 28Double
3.5
3I 32Triple
3.5
4I
3.5
4I BRATER
3.5
80 plate warmer
80 28Simple
80 Bräter+plate warmer
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3.5
3.5
3.5
Type of equipment
I max
3
3
3
6
90 5I 28Double
90 5I 32Triple
90 3I 28Simple
90 4I
60cm 2I 28Simple
I min
5.5
5.5
3.5
3.5
1.7
I max
8.6
8.6
6
6
3
6
6
If the measured lpe = lea value is between lmin and lmax, the
equipment is correct, although the alarm may sound.
6
6
6
6
6
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5.8
Radio interference
5.8.1
Problem
In those cases where the two devices comply with their
respective regulations and interference still occurs, it is
recommended to separate them sufficiently.
5.8.3.1
The radio cannot be heard properly when operating the inductor.
5.8.2
Cause
Inductor worktops and radios interfere with each other.
Regulations establish certain emission and immunity levels for
electronic devices in order to avoid such interference problems. If they
occur, they may be caused by one of several reasons:
!
The worktop does not comply with the emission limits defined
by the regulations governing the product. In our case, the
worktops are certified according to European and international
regulations EN55011 and CISPR 11. Therefore, they comply
with the established emission limits.
See the list of regulations and emission / immunity tests with
which all our inductor equipment comply.
!
The radio does not comply with the immunity regulations for
the product.
!
It is possible for interference to occur when the two devices
comply with their respective regulations. These regulations are
unable to cover the infinite possible number of individual cases
(only general situations) and interference may occur.
5.8.3
List of regulations and emission / immunity tests
Code
EN 55011
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
EMC - Emission
Title
Industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio-frequency
Equipment. Electromagnetic disturbance characteristics.
Limits and methods of measurement
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits –
Section 2: Limits for harmonic current emissions
(equipment input current greater than or equal to 16 A
per phase)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-3: Limits –
Section 3: Limitation of voltage changes, voltage
fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply
systems, for equipment with rated current =16 A per
phase
Solution
Check that the radio receiver complies with
corresponding immunity regulations for the product.
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EMC – Immunity
Code
EN 55014-2
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-4-11
EN 61000-4-13
Title
Electromagnetic compatibility. Requirements for
household appliances, electric tools and similar
apparatus. Part 2: Immunity.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section 2:
Electrostatic discharge immunity test.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section 3:
Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field
immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section 4:
Rapid electrical transition immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section 5:
Surge immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section 6:
Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by
radio-frequency fields
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section
11: Immunity tests for voltage gaps, short
interruptions and voltage variations.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Part 4:
Testing and measurement techniques. Section
13: Harmonics, interharmonic including mains
signalling at A. C. Power port, Immunity tests.
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5.9
Checking the level of supplied power
5.9.1
Problem
!
Low level of supplied power
!
Less power is supplied with the new inductor
5.9.2
Cause
!
The pot is not suitable. See list of suitable pots and check the
pot detection system.
!
The new IH5-I technology supplies less power than the old IH4I technology (ind IV). See regulations.
!
Certain regulations governing power have come into force. See
regulations.
!
The positioning spring that brings the inductors closer to the
glass is not in place.
If the user wishes to reactivate the booster, this can be done.
The booster will supply maximum power for a further 2
minutes and then return to power level 9. After the 12
minutes with the booster at maximum power, if the user tries
to reactive it once more, only 83% of the 150% of inductor
power will be supplied and then it will return to power level 9
(100% inductor power).
At this time, if the user wishes to activate the booster again,
they must wait for the same period of time as the time they
wish it to be activated for, provided that this is less than 10
minutes.
Superbooster (Paella dish)
On these models, it is not possible to reactivate the booster
after the initial 10 minutes at maximum power.
If it has been used for 10 minutes, we must wait for 10
minutes in order to try and activate it again.
If we have used it for 5 minutes, we must wait for 5 minutes
in order to try and activate it again.
See position of the spring.
5.9.3
5.9.3.1
Solution
Power regulation
5.9.3.1.1 Booster power regulation
For the first ten minutes, the Booster operates at maximum
power, in other words, it supplies 150% of inductor power.
Subsequently, the booster is regulated and lowered to power
level 9.
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5.9.3.1.2 Power regulation according to the type and size of the pot
Warning!
The power supplied according to the size of the pot with IH5-I is less
than with IH4 (ind IV advanced).
P
IV Adv
100%
By taking into account the material and size of the pot, the level of
power supplied can be reduced and even shut off so as to avoid
excessive currents.
75%
IH5
FP
enhanced
15%
"min
"
"
#
PIH5 < PIH4
Pot Diameter
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"plate
"
For example, for a pot with a base diameter identical to the size of the
inductor coil and of a material with good electro-magnetic properties,
the FP enhanced obtained gives us maximum power. If we have no
pot, the FP enhanced is nil and the power supplied is nil. The display
flashes.
If the pot is not of a suitable diameter and its composition is not
suitable for our induction cooker, the FP enhanced calculated by our
technology will be so low that the power supplied will be nil.
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5.9.3.1.3 Power regulation according to the temperature of the IGBT’s
The temperature of the IGBT’s is measured using the NTC’s located
on the rear of the inductor modules. They are marked in red.
See the chapter on error codes and warnings sent via the
TouchControl.
Potencia
100%
NTC OP/SC
30%
15%
105
115
135
T [ºC]
[1] IH4-I.2
[2] IH5-I
[3] IH5-I critical modules
When certain temperature limits are exceeded, a warning is provided
via an indication on the TouchControl so as to avoid damage to the
IGBT’s.
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5.9.3.1.4 Power regulation according to the temperature of the NTC’s
on the inductor
The temperature of the inductors is measured using the NTC’s located
on the inductors.
Potencia
100%
NTC OPEN
t""
NTC SHORT
30%
185
[1] IH4-I.2
230
235
250
265
TNTC [ºC]
TEST [ºC]
[2] IH5-I
[3] IH5-I critical modules
When certain temperature limits are exceeded, a warning is provided
via an indication on the TouchControl so as to avoid damage to the
inductors.
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5.9.3.1.5 Power regulation according to the supply voltage
When the supply voltage is less than 215V, an indication is shown on
the TouchControl display. See the error codes and warnings sent via
the ELIN.
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5.9.3.2
Position of the spring
If the spring is not in place, it is possible that the distance between the
glass and the inductor is too great and the pot is not being detected
correctly and/or the power being supplied may be too low.
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1.1.3.3 Tables of power according to type of inductor being checked
Measurement´s conditions
To measure the power supply with the hotplates of an IH5 induction
hob, a pot with a bottom diameter matching the tested hotplate is
placed centered.
A matiching diameter means: bottom-Ø pot = bottom-Ø hotplate +20/5mm. At table 1 a pot or pan for each IH5 hotplate is recommended
for measuring.
The energy consumption is measured with nominal power and
afterwards with the boost function like explained in the following:
! The pot is filled with a small amount of water and placed at the
hotplate. The pot should never be used empty.
! The Boost power level is started.
! Wait 10-15 seconds until the power is supplied constantly.
! Than measure the energy consumption for a time period of 2
minutes.
Important note:
1) Be aware that regarding the supplied power the tolerance rate of
produced BSH induction hobs is -10%/+5% of the nominal power
(n.p.)
This means with an induction 4-hotplates-hob the nominal power
supply should be between 6480W (=90% of n.p.) and 7560W (=105%
of n.p.).
The same applys for each hotplate.
2) The "super boost" power is supplied with the 26T, 28D or 32T
hotplate until any other hotplate is activated. At this the power is
supplied with more than one module.
In case of activating another hotplate, the "boost" power is supplied,
because only the module of the hotplate is available. It changes
automatically from "super boost" to "boost" when activating a second
hotplate.
"Super boost" and "boost" are not indicated different at the Touch
control.
! The supplied power is calculated: P(W) = energy consumption (Wh)
* 30
! The calculated supplied power is compared with the nominal power
(see table 2) of the tested hotplate1.
! The same is repeated with the nominal power level.
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Table 1: Pots/Pans for measuring the power supply
hotplate (cm)
Pot
Roaster
zone
Demeyere
15
18
21
26
28
Hackmann
Hackmann
Hackmann
Demeyere
Kuhn Rikon
Lacor
multiline REF 42632
cater star
REF 31134
inox durit
REF 60224
260
320
55
283
320
62
315
400
50
serie / article nr.
Ø bottom (mm)
Ø upside (mm)
Height (mm)
Iittala
156
188
102
Iittala
184
207
130
Accessory
Iittala
222
242
134
32
HEZ390010
285*170
320*208
70
Accessory
Table 2: Overview objective power per IH5 hotplate with nominal
and boost function
Power levels
9
Boost
Super Boost2
17
18
18
Objective nominal and boost power (W) with IH5 hotplates
15
18
21
28S
28D
1400 W
1800 W
2200 W
2400 W
2800
1800 W
2500 W
3300 W
3500
3400
4400
26T
2600
3400
3400
32T
3300
3600
4600
18B
2000
2600
-
B = function booster
SB = Superbooster
((in case of 26T, 28D and 32T: if another hotplate is active, only the
Boost function is available.))
S = single hotplate
D = double hotplate
T = triple hotplate
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Pictures of the recommended pots and pans
15
18
21
28
32
Roaster zone
picutres
hotplate (cm)
picutres
hotplate (cm)
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5.10
Checking hob flatness
5.10.1 Problem
The equipment does not sit flush to the surface of the hob.
5.10.2 Cause
!
Installation has been performed incorrectly. It is possible that
the recess guide rails are missing.
!
If the FD< 8708, the design of the glass frame assembly may
cause flatness problems. There are now 4 profiles within the
glass frame assembly to facilitate the solution of this problem.
5.10.3 Solution
Procedure to be followed:
!
Check installation.
Are the recess guide rails in place?
Is the size of the recess space correct?
!
Assemble and disassemble the glass frame to free tension.
!
If the FD< 8708 and the above has been checked, a
replacement for FD >8709 must be processed.
!
In order to check whether this is within tolerance limits (0.50.7mm), measurements must be taken using gauges at the
points indicated in the diagram and photographs taken in order
to be able to send the correctly documented IUA to our factory.
This will enable the correct resolution of real flatness problems
and speed up the process.
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5.11
Checking standard operation noises
5.11.1 Problem
The inductor makes a noise when cooking.
5.11.2 Cause
Induction heating technology is based on the creation of
electromagnetic fields that cause heat to be generated directly on the
base of the pot. These fields, depending on the construction of the
pot, may cause certain noises or vibrations.
5.11.3 Solution
The user should be informed that information about normal operation
noises can be found at the back of the instruction booklet and is
included below.
These noises form part of the induction technology and do not indicate
a fault.
5.11.3.1 Low-pitched buzzing sound coming from the transformer
5.11.3.3 Creaking
This noise occurs with pots that are made of various superimposed
materials.
The noise is caused by the vibrations that are created on the joint
surfaces between the various superimposed materials.
This noise comes from the pot. The amount and manner of cooking
the food may vary.
5.11.3.4 High-pitched whistling sounds
These noises are more common with pots made of different
superimposed materials, as soon as they are put on the cooker at high
power and in both cooking areas at the same time. These whistling
noises disappear or reduce as soon as the power is reduced.
5.11.3.5 Noise from the fan
For optimum use of the electronic system, the hotplate must operate
at a controlled temperature. Therefore, the hotplate is fitted with a fan
that operates when certain temperature levels are detected via
different power levels. The fan may also operate under inertia after the
hotplate has been turned off if the detected temperature is still too
high.
This noise occurs when cooking with a high level of power. It is
caused by the amount of energy being transferred from the hotplate to
the pot. This noise will disappear or weaken as the level of power is
decreased.
5.11.3.2 A low-pitched whistling sound
This noise occurs when the pot is empty. This noise will disappear as
soon as water or food is added to the food.
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5.12
Checking pot detection
All inductor areas are fitted with an automatic pot detection system
included in the inductor control system. The minimum diameter is
approximately 50% of the nominal diameter, although this may vary
depending on the material.
When the pot is considered to be of a small size, the inductor control
system automatically reduces the supplied power to adapt to the size
of the pot.
After activating the cook area, if no pot is placed on it or the pot is
made of an unsuitable material, the display showing the level of power
will flash. After 90 seconds the TouchControl will emit an acoustic
warning and turn off the cook area.
When a pot is recognised as suitable, the power level display will
remain constant and the level of power indicated by the display will be
supplied.
5.12.1 Problem
!
One inductor plate does not detect a pot but another of a
smaller diameter does.
!
The pot is not detected on any inductor plates.
5.12.2 Cause
5.12.3 Solution
See chapter on recommended pots
5.12.3.1 Minimum recommended diameters
This table is provided as a guide only in order to help the
understanding of the problems that may arise in the market.
These values may vary depending on the composition of each type of
pot.
Inductor type
15
18
21
Nominal diameter
(cm)
14.5
18
21
28 Simple
28
18 Bräter
23
28 Double
28
!
The diameter of the pot is not suitable for that hotplate. See
table of recommended minimum diameters.
26 (Triple)
27
!
The pot is not suitable for our induction technology (the magnet
sticks sometimes). Depending on the composition of the pot,
our technology may not be programmed to detect it as suitable
so as to avoid possible module faults arising from operation in
unsuitable conditions. See power supply reduction or cut-off
diagram depending on the pot being used.
32 (Triple)
32
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Minimum diameter
(cm)
6.5
11.5
15
15.5
18
23.5
25
29
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5.12.3.2 Power supply reduction diagram depending on the pot being
used
For example, for a pot with a base diameter that is identical to the size
of the inductor plate and made from a material with good
electromagnetic properties, the enhanced FP obtained gives us
maximum power. If there is no pot, the enhanced FP is nil and the
level of power supplied is also nil. The display will flash.
If the pot is not of a suitable diameter and the composition of the pot is
not suitable for our inductor, the enhanced FP calculated by our
technology will be so low that the level of power supplied will be nil.
According to the material and size of the pot, the level of power
supplied may be reduced or cut off in order to avoid excessive
currents.
FP
enhanced
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5.13
Checking of broken glass
5.13.2 Cause
5.13.1 Problem
The glass has broken. The enamel from the pot has become welded
to the vitroceramic glass.
!
!
!
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Generally-speaking, cases involving the breakage of glass are
caused by a strong increase in temperature to the base of the
pot (over 400ºC). The heat from the pot is transferred to the
glass (in fact, it can even weld enamel and glass) and the high
temperature causes the glass to break.
This has been seen to occur when using pots in bad
conditions, with cracks or scratches: the inducted currents
“avoid” these areas and concentrate in specific areas, which
generate extremely high temperatures.
Another possibility is with thinly enamelled pots or pots in bad
states of disrepair: the flatness of the base is lost in the centre
and the defective contact with the plate gives rise to areas with
extremely high temperatures.
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5.13.3 Solution
!
This is more commonly seen with inductors when the user is
not used to the shorter heating times compared to radiator
plates and insufficient attention is paid when using them. In
order to mitigate this problem, it has been thought to include in
the user manuals comments such as “If you use thinly
enamelled pots, you may cause damage to your hotplate. We
recommend that you pay particular attention during the cooking
process and do not overheat them”.
!
Such thinly enamelled pots, due to the type of material and
especially due to the thickness of the base, are very weak and
can overheat rapidly. This is ever more so when using high
levels of power, empty pots or with little oil. If they are left for
too long, in other words, when the pot is “abandoned”, firstly the
pot covering deteriorates and secondly the base begins to
deform, above 250ºC. Deformation of the base then results in
the average temperature measured by the sensor under the
glass (NTC) being less than the actual temperature, the hob is
not regulated and the overheating process is accentuated.
When reaching some 500ºC, the enamelled base begins to
melt and degrade (forming bubbles) and may even crack or
break the glass.
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5.14
Cookware for induction and recommendations
5.14.1 General
5.14.4 Recommendations
5.14.4.1
ITTALA / DEMEYERE
All saucepans and frying pans with a ferromagnetic base are
suitable for induction.
Only pots whose base is uniformly in contact with the magnet
should be used (check the entire base).
When using other types of pots, the inductor does not heat up
and the power level display will flash.
The minimum diameter of the pot should also be taken into
consideration.
5.14.2 Suitable saucepans and frying pans
Enamelled steel saucepans and frying pans
Cast iron saucepans and frying pans
Iron saucepans
Stainless steel saucepans and frying pans, provided that they
have a special ferromagnetic base for induction purposes
5.14.3 Unsuitable saucepans and frying pans
5.14.4.2
Pots and pans
444218 pot 16 cm.
444217 pot 18 cm
444210 pot 20 cm
444216 pot 24 cm
444219 pot 22 cm.
464355 frying sensor pan
Non-ferromagnetic or non-metallic materials
Aluminium saucepans and frying pans
Copper saucepans and frying pans
Tin saucepans and frying pans
Standard stainless saucepans and frying pans
Glass containers (“Pyrex”)
Clay pots
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5.14.4.3
ZENITH MASTER PAELLA PAN
5.14.4.4
28 cm Kuhn-Rikón Paella Pan
The available accessories are:
HZ390260 (Siemens)
HEZ390260 (Bosch)
Z9460X0 (Neff)
Paella Pans
5.14.4.5
Bräter
464338, D 28 cm., D base 23,5 cm.
464339, D 30 cm., D base 25,5 cm.
464340, D 32 cm., D base 28 cm.
The available accessory is:
HEZ390010
HZ390010
464341, D 34 cm., D base 29 cm.
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5.14.4.6
Pans for the frying sensor
The available accessories are:
HZ390210 (Siemens); HEZ390210 (Bosch): 15 cm
HZ390220 (Siemens); HEZ390220 (Bosch): 18 cm
HZ390230 (Siemens); HEZ390230 (Bosch): 21 cm
They are available in three sizes: 15 cm, 18 cm and 21 cm
They have a sandwich base.
5.14.4.7
WMF Wok
The available accessories are:
HZ390090(Siemens) ; HEZ390090(Bosch)
Maximum diameter 36 cm and minimum diameter 16 cm.
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5.15
Disassembly of the TouchControl
The TouchControl is attached to the TouchControl support with two
plastic clips.
This attachment is new compared to IH4.
Warning!
A bic tape is required for disassembly without causing damage.
In the event of damage, they can be ordered as spare parts (see
Quickfinder).
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5.16
Check: low sensitivity on the TouchControl Slider
Front view
5.16.1 Problem
Poor sensitivity when touching the slider. It must be pressed for longer
and the reaction is very slow.
5.16.3 Solution
5.16.2 Cause
The design of the slider with metal pins is not optimum. They may be
pressed down when used without breaking the slider.
Once the slider is in a lower position to the glass, sensitivity is
decreased.
Top-down view
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Warning!
Carefully try to pull the metal pins upwards.
In the event that this does not improve sensitivity, order a new part
and take care when handling it.
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5.17
Checking the replacement part is correct
!
The label is located on the front side of ELIN units.
5.17.1 Problem
The replacement part does not coincide with the original
5.17.2 Cause
!
The supplier has sent the wrong one.
!
The warehouse stock has got mixed up.
!
The module software is badly saved.
5.17.3 Solution
Inform central office for them to manage the incident.
If the replacement part is an electronic item or module, the supplier
code will be located on it. Check to see if this code corresponds to the
code on the original part and if not, include this information in the
report.
!
The label is located on the reverse side of TouchControl units.
See table of supplier codes for replacement parts according to
model.
The left 1 ELIN is the one located on support ELIN-2.
The left 2 ELIN is the one located on support ELIN-1.
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5.17.3.1
MODEL
3EB800L
3EB800X
3EB815L
3EB815X
3EB820L
3EB820X
3EB900L
3EB900X
3EB9030L
3EB910F
3EB914L
3EB915L
3EB915X
3EB917F
3EB917L
3EB917M
3EB917P
3EB918L
3EB919F
3EB920L
3EB920X
3EB925F
3EB925L
3EB925M
3EB928L
3EB929F
3EB950L
3EB950M
3EB957F
3EB990F
4ET800LT
4ET800XT
4ET813LT
4ET820LT
CA420350
CA421350
CA422350
CA428350
CI261102
Table of replacement parts with supplier code
DESCRIPTION
BA.2I.60.SQ.X.X
BA.2I.60.SQ.X.X
BA.3I.60.SQ.28S.X
BA.3I.60.SQ.28S.X
BA.4I.60.SQ.X.X
BA.4I.60.SQ.X.X
BA.2I.60.BAS.X.X
BA.2I.60.BAS.X.X
BA.2I.30.BAS.X.X
BA.2I.60.BAS.X.FS
BA.2I.60P.BAS.28S.X
BA.3I.60.BAS.28S.X
BA.3I.60.BAS.28S.X
BA.3I.60.BAS.28D.FS
BA.3I.60.BAS.28D.FS
BA.3I.60.BAS.28D.FS
BA.3I.60.PZ.28D.FS
BA.3I.60.BAS.32T.FS
BA.3I.60.LCD.32T.FS
BA.4I.60.BAS.X.X
BA.4I.60.BAS.X.X
BA.4I.60.BAS.X.FS
BA.4I.60.BAS.X.FS
BA.4I.60.BAS.X.FS
BA.3I.90P.BAS.28S.X
BA.4I.60.LCD.X.FS
BA.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
BA.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
BA.4I.80.BAS.28S.FS
BA.5I.90.TOP.32T.FS
LY.2I.60.SQ.X.X
LY.2I.60.SQ.X.X
LY.3I.60.SQ.28D.X
LY.4I.60.SQ.X.X
CN.2I.60.BAS.X.X
CN.4I.60.BAS.X.X
CN.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
CN.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
GA.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
9000274561
9000274561
9000275522
9000275522
9000274564
9000274564
9000274561
9000274561
9000275514
9000274561
9000275516
9000275522
9000275522
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275524
9000275524
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000275518
9000274564
9000275526
9000275526
9000275526
9000275524
9000274561
9000274561
9000275523
9000274564
9000274561
9000274564
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
--9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
-----9000274537
9000274537
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275509
9000275509
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
-9000274537
9000275510
9000275510
9000275510
9000275496
--9000275496
9000274537
-9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
9000274537
------------------------9000275521
----9000275520
----------
9000183912
9000183912
9000229599
9000229599
9000183912
9000183912
9000237964
9000237964
9000248165
9000261599
9000248165
9000237965
9000237965
9000237967
9000237967
9000283860
9000261070
9000237967
LCD
9000237964
9000237964
9000237966
9000237966
9000286371
9000237965
LCD
9000237964
9000283861
9000237966
9000261069
9000183912
9000183912
9000229599
9000183912
9000250933
9000250938
9000250938
9000250941
9000227509
206_58300000133846_ara_en_a – 16.10.a
MODEL
CI261112
CI262102
CI262112
CI263112
CI264112
CI271112
CI273112
CI481102
CI481112
CI481612
CI490112
CI491102
CI491112
CI491602
CI491612
CIS365GB
CIT304GB
CIT304GM
CIT365GB
CIT365GM
EH375CE11E
EH375ME11E
EH475ME11E
EH575ML11E
EH601EB11
EH601MB11
EH601MD21E
EH601ME21E
EH601TE11E
EH601TK11E
EH645EB11
EH645EB11E
EH645EC11
EH645MB11M
EH645QE11E
EH645RE11E
EH645RL11E
EH645TE11E
EH645TE11X
DESCRIPTION
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
GA.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
GA.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
GA.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
GA.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
GA.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
GA.4I.70.TOP.BR.FS
GA.4I.70.TOP.BR.FS
GA.4I.80.TOP.28S.FS
GA.4I.80.TOP.28S.FS
GA.4I.80.TOP.28S.FS
GA.4I.90P.TOP.X.FS
GA.5I.90.TOP.28D.FS
GA.5I.90.TOP.28D.FS
GA.5I.90.TOP.28D.FS
GA.5I.90.TOP.28D.FS
TH.5I.90.BAS.32T.CS
TH.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
TH.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
TH.5I.90.BAS.32T.X
TH.5I.90.BAS.32T.X
SE.2I.30.KB.X.X
SE.2I.30.TOP.X.X
SE.1I.40.TOP.28D.X
SE.2I.60P.TOP.28S.X
SE.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
SE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
SE.3I.60.TOP.32T.FS
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.FS
SE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
SE.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
SE.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
SE.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
SE.2I.60.BAS.X.X
SE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
SE.4I.60.SQ.X.X
SE.4I.60.SQ.X.X
SE.3I.60.SQ.28S.X
SE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
SE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
9000275525
9000275523
9000275523
9000275525
9000275523
9000275525
9000275525
9000275526
9000275526
9000275526
9000275517
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275524
9000275526
9000275526
9000275524
9000275524
9000275514
9000275514
9000275515
9000275516
9000275525
9000275525
9000275524
9000274564
9000274564
9000275523
9000275525
9000275525
9000274561
9000275525
9000274564
9000274564
9000275522
9000274564
9000274564
9000274537
9000275496
9000275496
9000274537
9000275496
9000274537
9000274537
9000275510
9000275510
9000275510
-9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275510
9000275510
9000275496
9000275496
----9000274537
9000274537
9000275509
9000274537
9000274537
9000275496
9000274537
9000274537
-9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
----------9000275521
9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
--9000275520
9000275520
--------------------
9000227509
9000216182
9000216182
9000195219
9000196261
9000227509
9000195219
9000216183
9000216183
9000216183
9000227509
9000227510
9000227510
9000227510
9000227510
9000297517
9000242586
9000242586
9000242588
9000242588
9000303876
9000248136
9000248159
9000248136
9000250940
9000231127
9000231126
9000231129
9000250938
9000250937
9000250940
9000250940
9000250933
9000231127
9000183912
9000229602
9000229601
9000250938
9000250938
Page 105 of 122
MODEL
EH651RE11E
EH651RF11E
EH651RL11E
EH651TE11E
EH651TF11E
EH651TK11E
EH675LD21E
EH675LE21E
EH675LE31E
EH675MB11E
EH675MD11E
EH675MD21E
EH675ME11E
EH675ME21E
EH675ME31E
EH675MF11E
EH675MK21E
EH675TE11E
EH675TK11E
EH679MD21
EH685MB21E
EH685MD21E
EH685ME11E
EH685ME21E
EH685MK11E
EH775LD21E
EH775ME21E
EH785ME21E
EH801ME21E
EH801SB11
EH801TB11
EH811TL11
EH811TL11E
EH845EB11
EH845EB11E
EH845TE11E
EH845TL11E
EH875LB21E
EH875LB31E
EH875LE21E
EH875LL21E
EH875ME21E
EH875ML11E
DESCRIPTION
SE.4I.60.SQ.X.X
SE.2I.60.SQ.X.X
SE.3I.60.SQ.28S.X
SE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
SE.2I.60.BAS.X.X
SE.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
SE.3I.60.LCD.32T.FS
SE.4I.60.LCD.X.FS
SE.4I.60.LCD.X.CS
SE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
SE.3I.60.TOP.32T.X
SE.3I.60.TOP.32T.FS
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.X
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.FS
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.CS
SE.2I.60.TOP.X.X
SE.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
SE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
SE.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
SE.3I.60.TOP.32T.FS
SE.4I.60.PZ.BR.FS
SE.3I.60.PZ.32T.FS
SE.4I.60.PZ.X.X
SE.4I.60.PZ.X.FS
SE.3I.60.PZ.28D.X
SE.3I.60.LCD.32T.FS
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.FS
SE.4I.60.PZ.X.X
SE.4I.80.TOP.WP.FS
SE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.WP.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
SE.4I.80.LCD.BW.FS
SE.4I.80.LCD.WP.CS
SE.4I.80.LCD.WP.FS
SE.4I.80.LCD.28S.FS
SE.4I.80.TOP.WP.FS
SE.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
9000274564
9000274561
9000275522
9000274564
9000274561
9000275523
9000275524
9000274564
9000274564
9000275525
9000275524
9000275524
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274561
9000275523
9000274564
9000275523
9000275524
9000275525
9000275524
9000274564
9000274564
9000275523
9000275524
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000275525
9000275525
9000275526
9000275526
9000275525
9000275525
9000274564
9000275526
9000275525
9000274564
9000274564
9000275526
9000274564
9000275526
9000274537
-9000274537
9000274537
-9000275496
9000275509
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000275509
9000275509
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
-9000275496
9000274537
9000275496
9000275509
9000274537
9000275509
9000274537
9000274537
9000275496
9000275509
9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275510
9000275510
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275510
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275510
9000275513
9000275510
--------------------------------------------
9000229602
9000229600
9000229601
9000250938
9000250934
9000250937
LCD
LCD
LCD
9000231127
9000231125
9000231126
9000231127
9000231129
9000264650
9000231124
9000231126
9000250938
9000250937
9000231126
9000242579
9000242580
9000260114
9000242579
9000259838
LCD
9000231129
9000260114
9000231130
9000303899
9000250941
9000250938
9000250938
9000250942
9000250942
9000250941
9000250938
LCD
LCD
LCD
LCD
9000231130
9000231127
206_58300000133846_ara_en_a – 16.10.a
MODEL
EH875ML21E
EH875SB11E
EH875TE11E
EH876ML11U
EH879ML11U
EH885MB11E
EH885MB21E
EH901SK11
EH975LD21E
EH975LK31E
EH975MD21E
EH975ME11E
EH975MK11E
EH975MK21E
EH975ML11E
EH975ML21E
EH975SK11E
EH975YK11E
EH976LD21U
EH979MD11U
EH985ME21E
EH985MK21E
EI601TB11
EI645EB11
EI645EB11E
EI645EB11M
EI675TB11E
EI875TB11E
N44D30N0
N44K30N0
N44K45N0
NIB601T14E
NIB645E14E
NIB672T14E
NIB675T14E
NIB679T14E
NIB801T14E
NIB872T14E
NIB875T14E
NIC645E14E
NIT5065UC
NIT5665UC
NIT8065UC
DESCRIPTION
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
SE.4I.80.TOP.28S.FS
SE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
SE.4I.80.BAS.WP.X
SE.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
SE.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
SE.4I.80.PZ.BW.X
SE.4I.80.PZ.BW.FS
SE.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
SE.5I.90.LCD.32T.FS
SE.5I.90.LCD.28D.CS
SE.5I.90.TOP.32T.FS
SE.4I.90P.TOP.X.X
SE.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
SE.5I.90.TOP.28D.FS
SE.3I.90P.TOP.28S.X
SE.3I.90P.TOP.28S.FS
SE.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
SE.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
SE.5I.90.LCD.32T.FS
SE.5I.90.TOP.32T.X
SE.4I.90P.PZ.X.FS
SE.5I.90.PZ.28D.FS
SE.4I.60.POL.BR.X
SE.4I.60.POL.BR.X
SE.4I.60.POL.BR.X
SE.4I.60.POL.BR.X
SE.4I.60.POL.BR.X
SE.4I.80.POL.BW.X
NE.2I.30.BAS.X.X
NE.2I.30.KB.X.X
NE.1I.40.KB.28D.X
BO.4I.60.POL.BR.X
BO.4I.60.POL.BR.X
BO.4I.60.POL.BR.X
BO.4I.60.POL.BR.X
BO.4I.60.POL.BR.X
BO.4I.80.POL.BW.X
BO.4I.80.POL.BW.X
BO.4I.80.POL.BW.X
BO.2I.60.POL.X.X
BO.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
BO.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
BO.4I.80.PZ.28S.FS
9000275526
9000275525
9000274564
9000275526
9000275526
9000275525
9000275525
9000275523
9000275524
9000275523
9000275524
9000275517
9000275523
9000275523
9000275518
9000275518
9000275523
9000275523
9000275524
9000275524
9000275517
9000275523
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275514
9000275514
9000275515
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000274561
9000275526
9000275523
9000275526
9000275510
9000275513
9000275513
9000275510
9000275510
9000275513
9000275513
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
-9000275496
9000275496
--9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
-9000275496
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
---9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
-9000275510
9000275496
9000275510
-------9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
9000275521
9000275520
9000275520
9000275521
9000275521
9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
9000275520
9000275521
9000275520
-------------------9000275520
--
9000231129
9000303899
9000250941
9000231127
9000231127
9000260115
9000242558
9000303878
LCD
LCD
9000231131
9000231127
9000231132
9000231131
9000231125
9000231126
9000303878
#N/A
LCD
9000231132
9000242579
#N/A
9000270673
9000270672
9000270672
9000270672
9000270673
9000270674
9000257251
9000109346
9000303875
9000270673
9000270672
#N/A
9000270673
9000270673
9000270674
#N/A
9000270674
9000270670
9000236088
9000236094
9000242582
Page 106 of 122
MODEL
NIT8665UC
PIB601N24E
PIB675L24E
PIB675L34E
PIB675M24E
PIB675N24E
PIB675T14E
PIB685N24E
PIB801N24E
PIB875L24E
PIB875L34E
PIB875N24E
PIB875T14E
PIB885N24E
PIC645E14E
PID675N14E
PID675N24E
PID685N24E
PID775L24E
PID975L24E
PID975N24E
PIE375C14E
PIE375N14E
PIE601N24E
PIE611T14E
PIE645Q14E
PIE645R14E
PIE645T14E
PIE651R14E
PIE651T14E
PIE675L24E
PIE675N14E
PIE675N24E
PIE685N24E
PIE775N14E
PIE801N24E
PIE845T14E
PIE875N24E
PIE875T14E
PIE975N14E
PIF645R14E
PIF645T14E
PIF651R14E
DESCRIPTION
BO.5I.90.PZ.28D.FS
BO.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
BO.4I.60.LCD.BR.FS
BO.4I.60.LCD.BR.CS
BO.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
BO.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
BO.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
BO.4I.60.PZ.BR.FS
BO.4I.80.TOP.BW.FS
BO.4I.80.LCD.BW.FS
BO.4I.80.LCD.BW.CS
BO.4I.80.TOP.BW.FS
BO.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
BO.4I.80.PZ.BW.FS
BO.2I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.3I.60.TOP.32T.X
BO.3I.60.TOP.32T.FS
BO.3I.60.PZ.32T.FS
BO.3I.60.LCD.32T.FS
BO.5I.90.LCD.32T.FS
BO.5I.90.TOP.32T.FS
BO.2I.30.KB.X.X
BO.2I.30.TOP.X.X
BO.4I.60.TOP.X.FS
BO.4I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.4I.60.SQ.X.X
BO.4I.60.SQ.X.X
BO.4I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.4I.60.SQ.X.X
BO.4I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.4I.60.LCD.X.FS
BO.4I.60.TOP.X.X
BO.4I.60.TOP.X.FS
BO.4I.60.PZ.X.FS
BO.4I.60.TOP.X.X
BO.4I.80.TOP.WP.FS
BO.4I.80.BAS.WP.X
BO.4I.80.TOP.WP.FS
BO.4I.80.BAS.WP.X
BO.4I.90P.TOP.X.X
BO.2I.60.SQ.X.X
BO.2I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.2I.60.SQ.X.X
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
9000275523
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000274561
9000275524
9000275524
9000275524
9000275524
9000275524
9000275524
9000275514
9000275514
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000274564
9000275517
9000274561
9000274561
9000274561
9000275496
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
-9000275509
9000275509
9000275509
9000275509
9000275496
9000275496
--9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
9000275513
-----
9000275520
------------------9000275520
9000275520
------------------9000275521
----
9000296949
9000236089
LCD
LCD
9000249294
9000236089
9000250938
9000242582
9000236090
LCD
LCD
9000236090
9000250941
9000242581
9000250933
9000236086
9000236087
9000242583
LCD
LCD
9000236091
9000303876
9000248170
9000236089
9000250940
9000183912
9000229602
9000250938
9000229602
9000250938
LCD
9000236088
9000236089
9000242582
9000236088
9000236090
9000250941
9000236090
9000250941
9000236088
9000229600
9000250934
9000229600
206_58300000133846_ara_en_a – 16.10.a
MODEL
PIF651T14E
PIK601N24E
PIK651T14E
PIK675N24E
PIK675T14E
PIK975N24E
PIL575N14E
PIL645R14E
PIL651R14E
PIL811T14E
PIL845T14E
PIL875L24E
PIL875N14E
PIL875N24E
PIL975L34E
PIL975N14E
T42D20X0
T42D30X0
T42D85X0
T42P90X0
T43D10N0
T43D20N0
T43D20S0
T43D40N0
T43D80N0
T43P90N0
T43R10N0
T43R20N0
T43T20N0
T43T40N0
T43T80N0
T43T85N0
T44C80N0
T44C90N0
T44D20N0
T44D30N0
T44D35N0
T44D85N0
T44M40N0
T44M80N0
T44T30N0
EI675ZK11E
T44T40N0
DESCRIPTION
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
BO.2I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
BO.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
BO.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
BO.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
BO.5I.90.TOP.28D.FS
BO.2I.60P.TOP.28S.X
BO.3I.60.SQ.28S.X
BO.3I.60.SQ.28S.X
BO.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
BO.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
BO.4I.80.LCD.28S.FS
BO.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
BO.4I.80.TOP.28S.FS
BO.5I.90.LCD.28D.CS
BO.3I.90P.TOP.28S.X
NE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
NE.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
NE.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
NE.3I.90P.BAS.28S.X
NE.3I.60.BAS.28S.X
NE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
NE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
NE.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
NE.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
NE.4I.90P.BAS.X.X
NE.2I.60.BAS.X.X
NE.2I.60.BAS.X.X
NE.4I.60.TOP.X.X
NE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
NE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
NE.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
NE.4I.80.LCD.BW.FS
NE.5I.90.LCD.28D.FS
NE.4I.60.BAS.X.X
NE.3I.60.BAS.28D.X
NE.3I.60.BAS.32T.FS
NE.4I.80.BAS.28S.X
NE.4I.60.PZ.BR.X
NE.4I.80.PZ.BW.X
NE.3I.60.TOP.28D.X
SE.3I.60.POL.28D.X
NE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
9000274561
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275523
9000275516
9000275522
9000275522
9000275526
9000275526
9000275526
9000275526
9000275526
9000275523
9000275518
9000274564
9000275523
9000275526
9000275518
9000275522
9000274564
9000274564
9000275525
9000275525
9000275517
9000274561
9000274561
9000274564
9000275525
9000275525
9000275526
9000275525
9000275523
9000274564
9000275523
9000275524
9000275526
9000275525
9000275525
9000275523
9000275523
9000275525
-9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
9000275496
-9000274537
9000274537
9000275510
9000275510
9000275510
9000275510
9000275510
9000275496
-9000274537
9000275496
9000275510
-9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
---9000274537
9000274537
9000275513
9000275510
9000275513
9000275496
9000274537
9000275496
9000275509
9000275510
9000274537
9000275513
9000275496
9000275496
9000274537
-----9000275520
--------9000275520
9000275521
---9000275521
-----9000275521
-------9000275520
----------
9000250934
9000236087
9000250937
9000236087
9000250937
9000236091
9000248170
9000229601
9000229601
9000250940
9000250938
LCD
9000236088
9000236089
LCD
9000236086
9000231118
9000231116
9000231118
9000231116
9000231116
9000231119
9000231119
9000231119
9000231121
9000231119
9000231115
9000231115
9000231057
9000231057
9000231110
9000231057
LCD
LCD
9000231119
9000231116
9000231117
9000231119
9000242584
9000242585
9000264435
#N/A
9000231057
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MODEL
T44T70N0
T44T80N0
T44T90N0
T45C80X0
T45D40X0
T45D80X0
T45P90X0
T45T40X0
T45T80X0
T45T90X0
T83I40N0MC
T83I80N0MC
NIK675Z14E
NIB645E14M
CA423350
PIB645M24M
EH679ME21
DESCRIPTION
NE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
NE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
NE.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
NE.4I.80.LCD.BW.FS
NE.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
NE.4I.80.BAS.BW.X
NE.4I.90P.BAS.X.X
NE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
NE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
NE.5I.90.TOP.28D.X
NE.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
NE.4I.80.TOP.BW.FS
BO.3I.60.POL.28D.X
BO.4I.60.POL.BR.X
CN.3I.60.BAS.28S.X
BO.4I.60.TOP.BR.FS
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.FS
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
9000275525
9000275525
9000275523
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275517
9000275525
9000275525
9000275523
9000275525
9000275525
9000275523
9000275525
9000275522
9000275525
9000274564
9000274537
9000275513
9000275496
9000275513
9000274537
9000275513
-9000274537
9000275513
9000275496
9000274537
9000275513
9000275496
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
--9000275520
---9000275521
--9000275520
--------
9000231057
9000231110
9000231113
LCD
9000231119
9000231121
9000231119
9000231057
9000231110
9000231113
9000231058
9000231111
#N/A
9000270672
9000250937
#N/A
#N/A
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MODEL
EH679ME11
EH679MB11
PIE679T14E
PIB679T14E
EH651RF11E
EH879SB11
EH679MK11
EI645EC11
PIL879T14E
EH679MK21
EH879ME21
PIK679T14E
EH879ML11
T44T40M0
T44T80M0
CI273612
CI490612
DESCRIPTION
Left 1 ELIN
Right ELIN
Left 2 ELIN
TC
SE.4I.60.TOP.X.X
SE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
BO.4I.60.BAS.X.X
BO.4I.60.BAS.BR.X
SE.2I.60.SQ.X.X
SE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
SE.3I.60.TOP.28D.X
SE.2I.60.POL.X.X
BO.4I.80.BAS.28S.FS
SE.3I.60.TOP.28D.FS
SE.4I.80.TOP.WP.FS
BO.3I.60.BAS.28D.FS
SE.4I.80.TOP.28S.X
NE.4I.60.TOP.BR.X
NE.4I.80.TOP.BW.X
GA.4I.70.TOP.BR.FS
GA.4I.90P.TOP.X.FS
9000274564
9000275525
9000274564
9000275525
9000274561
9000275525
9000275523
9000274561
9000275526
9000275523
9000274564
9000275523
9000275526
9000275525
9000275525
9000275525
9000275517
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
9000274537
-9000275513
9000275496
-9000275510
9000275496
9000275513
9000275496
9000275510
9000274537
9000275513
9000274537
--
----------------9000275521
#N/A
9000231127
9000250938
9000250938
9000229600
9000303899
9000231125
9000270670
9000250938
9000231126
9000231130
9000250937
9000231127
9000242584
9000242585
9000227509
9000227509
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5.18
Checking SQ YL-196 TouchControl operation
5.18.2 Cause
!
The manner in which the buttons are pressed and/or the
physiognomy of the user’s finger.
5.18.1 Problem
The new SQ (YL196) has two rows of sensors and, depending on the
physiognomy of the finger and the inclination/manner in which the
sensors are pressed, certain mistakes can be made. For example,
when a user tries to press the hotplate SELECT button, the MINUS
button is also accidentally “pressed” (or detected).
If this happens, the TouchControl does nothing because 2 buttons
have been pressed at the same time. The user may think that it is not
working.
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5.18.3 Solution
In these cases, the TouchControl should not be replaced but rather
the user should be informed/shown how to press the SELECT and
TIMER so that only the desired button is pressed, arching the finger if
necessary (the TouchControl SQ operates with infrared sensors and
contact may be detected even though no contact was made).
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5.19
Checking the “foam”
These seals should always be carried in the technician’s tool bag.
5.19.1 What is the Foam?
It is a watertight silicon seal. It is applied robotically and improves
flatness of the hobs.
before
5.19.1.1
Problem
It is very sensitive to movement and adjustments.
5.19.1.2
Procedure to be followed after repairs
The quality of the foam should always be checked after performing
repairs.
If it appears damaged or degraded, the foam should be removed
using a knife and a conventional watertight seal be installed on the
edge of the recess of the hob in order for it not to be seen extruding
beyond the glass. In order to choose the spare part, we must look for
it in qfinder in the position 0199.
Warning!
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5.20
Checking perfect built-in accessory joint
5.20.1.2
Prepare the kitchen furniture item
The possibility of having to make adjustments to the interior walls of
the kitchen furniture item must be taken into consideration.
5.20.1 Installation method
5.20.1.1
Select a combination from the installation manual
5.20.1.3
For example:
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Select the necessary adapter
If it is required to combine a domino with a 60 or 80 cm cooker, the
suitable adapter must be selected.
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5.20.1.5
Install the upper cover on the support
Adjust the upper cover of the support and protect metal parts with
adhesives.
Clean the work area.
5.20.1.4
Prepare the recess
Take measurements for attaching the support. In the case of wooden
hobs, the support is attached using screws and, in the case of marble
or granite worktop, it is attached using adhesives.
5.20.1.6
Assembly the cooker and fix it in place
Cookers are fixed in place using metal supports.
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5.20.1.7
Adjust the height of the cookers
In order to provide perfect height adjustments, screws can be found
on the lower part of the joint accessory for raising and lowering each
part individually.
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5.21
Checking necessary ventilation: 60/70 cm
5.21.1 Installation method
5.21.1.1
!
!
!
!
If the cooker is installed above a drawer, the minimum
ventilation measurements for the rear must be considered and
a distance of 65mm between the upper part of the cooker and
the upper part of the drawer must be maintained.
60/70 cm installation with basic frame
The recess measurements are: 560 x 490 mm. The necessary
ventilation space must be taken into consideration. See
diagrams.
Installation in a 20 mm thick worktop is possible.
If the cooker is installed above an oven, maintain the
recommended measurements for the rear. In these cases, the
worktop must have a minimum thickness of 30 mm.
If the objects contained in the drawer heat up, the following option
may be offered to the client provided that the 65mm gap has been
maintained: a wooden panel can be installed (A: 4I and 3I; B: 2I) or
order an accessory from the technical service with code 680502.
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5.21.1.2
60/70 cm installation with top frame
The only difference from the previous method is the size of the recess
hole.
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5.22
Installation of flat recess in timber using
accessory
5.22.2.2
Prepare the recess hole, bearing in mind the
measurements in the installation manual
5.22.1 Components
The accessory consists of two parts, the recess model and the flat
frame. It is only available for 60cm and 80cm cookers and 2
accessories must be ordered so as to have a complete accessory.
60 cm flat
frame
60 cm recess
model
80cm flat
frame
80cm recess
model
HZ395600
HZ395601
HZ395800
HZ395801
HEZ395600
HEZ395601
HEZ395800
HEZ395801
5.22.2 Installation method
5.22.2.1
Attachment of recess template to the worktop
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5.22.2.3
Saw the hole in the worktop around the line prepared
using the recess template
5.22.2.4
5.22.2.5
Attach the frame first and the cooker second
5.22.2.6
Wait one hour
Stick the frame using silicone
Silicone must be used on the worktop and on the frame.
After one hour, the gap between the worktop and the frame must be
filled with silicone.
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5.23
Assembly and disassembly: 2i
5.23.1 Disassembly of the apparatus:
!
Remove the cooker plate carefully so as not to damage the
installation pivots.
!
Place the plate on top of the cooker with the glass face up,
taking care not to damage it.
To access the radiating heater elements:
!
Disassemble the vitro cover (sheet metal) by removing the
screws
In this way, the TC can be replaced, for example.
To access the electronic components:
!
Remove the screws from the 2I electronic support and
the TouchControl support.
!
Turn the 2I electronic assembly over.
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5.23.3 Assembly of the relay plate control cable
Warning!
It must be installed in the area near to the IGBT’s.
1.1.4 Replacement of the glass
To access the ELIN plate, relays plate or the fan:
!
Disconnect the TouchControl and remove the support.
!
Disconnect the inductor (4 power connection screws, two
NTC connectors and an earth terminal)
Warning!
All 2-inductor models have rivets on the front.
5.23.2 Assembly of the apparatus:
!
Follow the above steps in reverse.
!
Install the plate in the cooker carefully so as not to damage
the installation pivots.
This means that the glass-frame assembly on the interior frame can
not be disassembled. Therefore, if it is necessary to replace the glass
or any of the frames, the rivet must be removed with a rivet remover
tool.
This is the case due to certain technical problems.
Warning!
Power connection to the inductors is made using an eye terminal and
a metric thread screw. Turn the screw until the terminal can no longer
be turned by hand. Should the screw be tightened too far, the
electronic inductor plate may be rendered inoperational.
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5.24
Check of residual heat indication
Spare part number 341176
Spare part number 340961
We have two levels which indicate residual heat:
“h” for lower temperatures or operating times
“H” for higher temperatures or longer operating times.
Warning!
Avoid touching the cooking zone showing this indication.
5.24.1 Induction zones
The h/H remain lit while they are above certain temperature values.
The temperature is measured by the NTC of the inductor and it is the
ELIN which transfers the value to the touch Control.
The residual heat indication doesn’t appear while the zone is giving
power. It only appears when the zone is not working or when there is
no pan above.
The indication is programmed to appear in the cooling curve after a
heating upper 100 ºC.
It can be measured above the glass ceran with a temperature
sensor for surfaces with the following spare part number.
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For the new project IH5-I:
Two levels of residual heat indication
For the previous project IH4-I:
Two levels of residual heat indication
60ºC 65ºC 80ºC 85ºC
Tª NTC
Inductor
„h „ is shown when the temp. Of the NTC of the inductor is higher
than 65 ºC and lower than 80 ºC. and disappears when the temp is
lower than 60 ºC.
“H” is shown when the temp. of the NTC of the inductor is higher
than 85 ºC and disappears when the temp is lower than 80ºC.
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60ºC 65ºC 90ºC 95ºC
Tª NTC
Inductor
„h „ is shown when the temp. of the NTC of the inductor is higher
than 65 ºC and lower than 90 ºC. and it disappears when the temp is
lower than 60 ºC.
“H” is shown when the temp. of the NTC of the inductor is higher
than 95 ºC and disappears when the temp. is lower than 90ºC.
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On average, it takes about 11 minutes to reach 250 ºC.
5.24.2 Radiant heaters of mixed devices
The h/H stay lit while they are above certain values of times,
depending on the power selected.
5.24.3 False indication of residual heat
The time counter is found in the
ELIN, which transfers the
corresponding residual heat indication value to the touch Control .
In the factory, some device operation tests are carried out and at
times they forget to return to the factory values.
To provide an example, a graph is shown here, valid only for
maximum powers.
Then, when the device is connected, the small “h” appears in the
touch Control without having switched on any zone. .
If, for example, we switch on any burner at maximum level, in
approximately 8 seconds, the small letter appears.
The small “h” remains static for 37 minutes until disappearing and
then the operation returns to normal.
When it rises above 128ºC = 2 MINUTES (straight pink line) the
capital H appears
It can also be deleted entering the technical service programme and
accessing step 2. See technical service programme and how to
access according to the corresponding model.
300
250
200
timer.CR
Indicación H
150
100
50
0
0
10
20
30
40
Tª ºC - axis of the Y
Time in minutes – axis of the X
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