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I activate the 'Stand-by' pad, the indicator light illuminates, I set the 'Plus' pad for an any one of the four hotplates to, say, 9. The associated setting indicator registers '9' but the hotplate remains cold.
I am not that competent.
What are the odds that a summoned appliance engineer will be able to fix the problem? Am I best advised to avoid the call-out charge and pay £300 for a replacement hob? Advise please.
With the right parts and engineer would be able to repair the appliance... The issue could be a bad connection, broken wire, bad or badly seated relay, where cost will be minimised.
However, due to the age of the appliance there is the likelyhood is that the pc board may be gone and that has a cost of £241.99 from Bosch. It would in that circumstance be advisable to replace the appliancePlease remember to rate my assistance to you today... I will be available for further discussion if you need it.
Thanks for the info - my betting is that I will be told that a replacement pc is necessary so, rather than calling an appliance engineer, I will purchase a new hob. Is the Bosch PKE61D17E the present day equivalent and, if so, will it fit into the existing cut out in the worktop?
Thanks for your advice.