Don't know what an ENR is, but if you're aksing for the model number, the front cover of the manual says B14M42.3GB.
Thanks Paul,The B14M42.3GB is the oven, not the hob..The problem is going to be with either the switches, or with the ignition generator..If you remove the knobs of the hob, there should be black removable seals underneath.. If you remove the seals, then use a hair dryer on a warm setting to dry any fluid within.. This would normally sort the problem; however, since this was a coffee spill I can't guarantee you are going to get away with it that easily.
Let me know how you get on with it...Please also see if you can locate the model number for the hob itselfregards
Hmm. It looked as if it was all integrated (there was no separate branding on the hob), but I've now found a separate user instructions for the hob. It seems to be Baumatic B62SS. There is no evidence that the coffee actually spilled on the knobs, but I've removed them anyway, and checked the seals underneath. They all look and feel OK, except that there's one missing altogether. (We've only just taken over this equipment, which was there in the house we moved into a week ago.)
Well, there's no way I could get at the string of switches you illustrate without dismantling the whole thing, or possibly by pulling the oven out from underneath the hob - and even if I did that (a major operation) there's no certainty it would give me access to what's under the switches.
It is a new fault so far as we're concerned: we've been using it for a week and not had this problem until the spilt coffee incident.
Sent this on the 'rate to finish' tab instead of 'reply to expert'. This is a confusing site!
10 October 2015 18:12 (GMT/GMT)