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Whether your electric hob isn't turning off, the temperature isn't changing or the cooking plate doesn't heat up, the appliance repair experts at Go Assist are in your area and on hand to get any fault fixed fast.
As the UK's go-to for appliance repairs, we're approved to repair electric hobs from the UK's favourite brands, offering fixed low prices and a no-fix, no-fee initiative to ensure you're never out of pocket.
Aside from being an inconvenience, we understand that one of the biggest concerns when it comes to an appliance breakdown is the potential cost should you need a replacement. At Go Assist, our motto is 'repair, don't replace', saving you money and ensuring your electric hob lasts for as long as possible.
For a repair service that boasts an outstanding first-time fix rate and appliance engineers you can rely on to get the job done quickly and affordably, book online now or call 0333 733 1234.
If the temperature of the electric hob remains the same, despite changing the heat setting, then there might be a problem with the thermostat. The thermostat will need to be checked for continuity with a multimeter. If the test fails, clean the contacts of the thermostat, and try again. If it fails again, replace it.
To get your hob fixed today, give us a call ASAP.
There are two possible reasons for this occurring, the first is an overloaded circuitry: There might be several appliances connected to the same circuit which is causing an overload in the current. Remove all the other appliances, reset the breaker, and then switch on the hob. It should not trip.
But if it still does, there might be a problem with the circuit breaker or damage to the wire insulation, which will need to be repaired by a professional. Book now.
The other fault may be a faulty socket – plug the appliance into a different socket to see if this makes any difference. If the socket is the issue, we would advise getting an electrician out to repair the plug socket.
The E symbol is an indicator that a switch is being continuously pressed, even though you aren’t. This can occur due to dirt that has accumulated in the hob, resulting in a short circuit, or due to a faulty touchpad. Clean the hob with a dry cloth. Furthermore, you can remove the power and turn the hob back on. Some hobs also have the ability to be rebooted. If the problem still persists, the touchpad will need to be replaced.
Go Assist is your local appliance repair company. We sympathise with how much of an inconvenience electric hob breakdowns can be, which is why our expert repair team offers fast and reliable service. Our electric hob engineers are fully trained and approved by us, ensuring all of our repairs are of the highest quality and fully guaranteed.