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Cooker hob fault

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your hob is plugged in to a standard 240v domestic type outlet with a 3 pin plug and 13 amp fuse. This is normally .located in the cupboard below the oven.    Bit drastic to change the hob unit aand anyway are there not three gas rings as well?

 

Not normal to quote your name as post topic.  Much better to use the problem as the topic, also more info on model of van other than 318.  What 318?

 

Oh, and welcome to the forum.  Lots of info on here and lots of knowledge for every problem ever known on leisure vehicles.    

 

See from your profile that you have a Abbey Aventura 318  much better to quote this in your thread.

 

 

Edited by b4bill

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3 minutes ago, b4bill said:

also more info on model of van other than 318.  What 318?

 

Abbey Aventura 318

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9 minutes ago, Easy T said:

 

Abbey Aventura 318

I got that information through looking at the OP's Profile as I presume you did, much better though to include this info in the post or signature is it not?

9 minutes ago, Easy T said:

 

Abbey Aventura 318

"Much better to use the problem as the topic, also more info on model of van other than 318.  What 318? "  Was advising OP to provide more info in his post.  

Why only quote the also etc in your response?

 

Edited by b4bill

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1. Is the socket (which your hob is plugged into) live? Test it by plugging something else in.

2. If it is live, is the fuse in the hob plug ok? Replace it.

3. If both above are positive, there could be a fault with your hob. Get an electrician to replace the hob plate.

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Just to avoid confusion, we have changed the thread title from the OP's name as newbies tend to confuse a box marked Title with their name title. Hence one new post titled Mrs!

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