15 Oct He aha te kore e mahi ai te hob?
Kaore i te pai te mahi whakauru? What can be the causes
Before seeing the reasons why an kaore e mahi te mahi whakauru, te reira is good to understand how induction cookers work.
Me pehea te mahi o te hob?
Firing is guaranteed by the coils located under the runga karaihe uku. The electrical energy that powers the coils generates a magnetic field that heats the pots.
In this way an kōkuhutanga whakauru can guarantee an excellent efficiency, e pā ana ki 90%, while a traditional tunutunu hau has an efficiency of 40%, as a good part of the heat produced is dispersed into the environment.
Hei taapiri, cooking with an induction hob is faster and more precise, because the heat spreads evenly over the pan. Katahi ka, the absence of flames avoids the risks of any gas leaks. Induction hobs offer many advantages, but like all appliances, they can be subject to breakdowns and malfunctions.
Why doesn't an induction hob work?
There can be several reasons why an induction hob does not turn on:
- faulty power supply
- hob clamps damaged or incorrectly connected
- defective electrical board
In these cases, it is advisable to rely on a specialized technician who can verify any failure and carry out the appropriate operations to solve it.
Furthermore, it may happen that the touch recognition of the induction hob does not work due to liquids or substances that have dirty the keyboard with which you control the kitchen.
To solve this problem, just clean the hob with special detergents and a microfibre cloth. It may also happen that the ko te hob whakauru kaore e mohio ki te kohua. Te tunu i runga i te kohanga whakauru, i roto i te meka, he mea tika ki te whakamahi i te rino enamel, maka rino, me nga kohua kowiri me nga ipu. Ko te hunga kei te uku uku, terracotta ranei, me karohia.
Kaore te wera whakauru e mahana
Ko nga rohe tunu o te umanga whakauru kua mutu te tunu tika? Let's try to investigate the possible causes behind this problem.
NGA MAHI KAUPAPA O TENEI WHAKAPONO:
I mua i te mahinga o te taputapu, kia mohio kua momotu mai i nga mains.
Tuhinga o mua.
Mau karapu e tika ana,
tapahia te morearea.
Ko nga kohua me nga ipu i whakamahia kaore e pai
Mena ka whakamahia e koe nga kohua konumohe me nga ipu, you should know that these are not suitable for induction cookers. For this type of appliance, it is preferable to prefer materials in cast iron or steel. It is in fact necessary that the pots have a relatively high ferrous content in order for them to heat up properly.
To find out if the pots and pans are compatible with induction hobs, place a magnet on the lower end of the pan: if it sticks, they should be compatible.
Whakatūpato: some stoves are more sensitive than others. For this reason, even if the tools have a specific symbol for induction, it is recommended to try them on the hob to verify that they are actually suitable.
The power of the induction cooker is too low
Each hob has a different power, which depends on the number of electronic boards it is equipped with: a hob can have, hei tauira, six cooking zones operating independently (i te mana nui), since they have an individual electronic power unit.
On other cookers, the cooking zones work in pairs since there is only one electronic unit for every two burners. This means that, by setting one zone to maximum power, the other cooker that shares the same electronic board will not be able to do the same and will be less powerful.
There are also hobs where the cooking zones work in perfect harmony: all the burners are connected to a single power unit, and only one of the cookers can therefore operate at maximum power.
The hob has been configured incorrectly
You need to know that some hobs can be programmed to operate from 2,500 watts (16 amps) ki 7,200 watts. If you find that your appliance is heating too little, it may be that the hob you just bought has been whirihorahia me te mana iti rawa. Kia maarama ki te mana kua whakatauhia me / te whakarereke ranei i runga i te taputapu, me toro atu ki te pukapuka tohutohu!
Kaore te punaha hiko e eke ki te paerewa
Hei mahi tino pai, te hiko whakauru me whakakakahu e te hiko hiko tika, tikanga 230 volts. Some stoves will not work properly if the voltage is below 210 volts, i te mea kaore e nui te wera.
Very often this voltage problem occurs in winter since the system is stressed by domestic heating, consequently causing a significant voltage drop.
To check the voltage of the electrical system you can use a multimeter in voltmeter mode and measure the voltage present in the kitchen from any electrical outlet. Then place several pots on the stove and activate the cooking zones. If the voltage drops dramatically towards a value of 210 volts (iti iho ranei), this is the reason why the induction cooker does not heat enough. I tenei keehi, ka tūtohu mātou kia korero koe ki to kaiwhakarato hiko.
Kaore e pai te whakakii i te hiko
It may happen that the rawhi hononga on the hob or on the wall connection is not tightened correctly, causing only partial operation of the appliance. I tenei keehi, whakakikīhia nga tīwiri uniana ka kitea ka ngana ano.
Mena he hou to umu ka rua noa iho o nga rohe tunu e wha ka mahi, ka tūtohu mātou kia tirohia mena e tika ana te hoahoa waea waea na te mea kua he pea te hono o te taputapu.
Awhina Ko te
better not to always use the same cooking zone but to make them work in rotation; if the same burner is always used, its coil could overheat and deteriorate rapidly.
The electronic board is faulty
Ko te electronic board undergoes a lot of stress during cooking. Over time, this could lead to a loss of stamina. I tenei keehi, the hob will indicate an error code on the display and will only operate at low power, therefore at temperatures that are not sufficient to heat a pot. If you have difficulty diagnosing this component, do not hesitate to contact our customer service or a technician authorized by the manufacturer of the appliance.