The reason why the ceramic hob shuts off while cooking

Vitroceramics are one of the most important appliances in the kitchen and one of the most used together with the refrigerator or the dishwasher, since thanks to it we enjoy delicious delicacies every day. But what if it breaks down? In this article we are going to try to analyze which are the most common breakdowns that can occur in your ceramic hob so that you can assess whether it has a fix or on the contrary you have to renew it.

Glass break

Falling an object or being struck by carelessness they may be the cause of glass breakage.

In that case, our advice is not to use it as you could worsen the situation and aggravate the damage, rendering it irreparable.

Once this is known, if you detect a crack or breakage, call a professional as soon as possible, since it is one of the faults that you must solve first. The only possible solution is to replace the glass with a new one.

Does not turn on or does not heat

If your hob does not turn on, does not heat or directly when pressing any button it does not respond, calm down.

This type of breakdown is usually of the touch panel or power supply, which we will have to analyze completely.

Unless you are an expert electrician, in this case you will also need the help of a professional who, after an assessment, will most likely perform the exchanging some parts for new ones. In these cases, always check that the new parts are from the same brand of the glass ceramic.

My hob turns off while I cook, what can happen?

Does not detect the pot

In the case of induction hobs, the first thing to check is that the pan or pot you are using is for this type of hob. If you still see that putting the pot on top does not work, there is a Induction sensors malfunction problem.

The repair involves replacing the damaged sensor with a new one.

It turns off while you cook

If while you are preparing your stew you see that the ceramic hob turns off by itself, it may be due to many things: that the wiring or the plug has deteriorated, that the thermostat is not properly calibrated or that there is directly an error in the nameplate.

In any of the above situations, you should know that, although they have a solution, you will have to call a specialist to analyze the problem and fix it as soon as possible so that you can continue enjoying your stews.