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Neff Induction cooker top.
« on: October 02, 2018,11:53:11 »
Got one in where the RH plates indicate fault code 'E0' where LH plates work normally.

Seems 'E0' indicates a fault where a Neff technician should be consulted.

Just wonder if anyone has sorted this issue - Chris.


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Neff Induction cooker top.
« on: October 02, 2018,11:53:11 »

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Re: Neff Induction cooker top.
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2018,12:52:05 »
hi turnip
looks like power board has short on its transistor/fet beware of a cap going hi in value which will cause it to go again,only other with same effect is wrong pans or empty pans
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« Last Edit: October 02, 2018,15:35:29 by astracat »

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Re: Neff Induction cooker top.
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2018,11:20:50 »
Hi 'Cat'

Sounds a bit like a Y-Sus jobby where those IGFETS go S/C. Mind you, impressed as has a power rating of 7.5KW in total, rather more than the usual plasma.

Guess wait 'till cust buys another, then tear it apart. Amusingly cust bought a ceramic top halogen hob, but wife couldn't hack the cooling fans, as the induction hob has just one small one which comes on rarely due to efficiency - Chris.

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Re: Neff Induction cooker top.
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2018,14:36:14 »
hi turnip
if you get to check inside think if remember right cap is 0.47nf that changes value and blows the fet ,usualy 2 power outs 1 for left other right
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Re: Neff Induction cooker top.
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2018,10:35:22 »
Thanks 'Cat'

Will let you know how I do - Chris.

Later - Took it apart finding the 4 IGBTs OK, caps reading correct values and no sign of any dries. Looked about on line, and found this by a White goods serviceman after reading his 'Neff' service manual - Not exactly helpful but.

Error code (F0)  - There is no connection between the TC and the ELIN/relay board and the ELIN.
Try
Disconnect cook top from power

Check the TCELIN/relay board ELIN connection, if the failure continues, change the ELIN PCB.
LIN protocol (local interconnect network)

Basically, you need to unplug or isolate the unit from the electricity supply.

Open the hob up and check the cables connecting the boards together. (Unplug them and plug them in again) Check for burnt connectors or PCB, if OK reassemble and try again. If still faulty you need change the main pcb.

Guess not component level repair advice.

In the event found a burned O/C 15R(S) in the low voltage supply on the ELIN board - Sorted.
« Last Edit: October 06, 2018,11:10:03 by Turnip »

 

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