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Induction-generated operating noise
Induction technology is based on the properties of certain metals under electromagnetic effect. It results in so-called eddy currents that force the molecules to oscillate. These oscillations (vibrations) are transformed into heat. Depending on the type of metal, this could result in quiet noises.
This is normal and it is not a result of any malfunction.
Occurs when cooking at a high power level. The reason for this is the amount of energy transferred from the cooking hob to the pot or pan.
The noise will disappear or weaken when you reduce the power level.
Vibration and crackling of the cookware
This noise appears in cookware (pots or pans) made of different materials.
It results from vibrations along the adjacent surfaces of different material layers. This noise depends on the cookware. It can vary depending on the amount and type of food being cooked.
Correct operation of induction electronic components requires temperature control. Therefore, the cooking hob is fitted with a fan which operates at varying speed, depending on the perceived temperature.
The fan may operate even after the cooking hob has been switched off, if the temperature remains too high.
Continuous beep and flashing display
Water spill over sensor surface or an object is placed over the sensors.
Wipe the sensor surface.
"F2" on display
Cooking zone has overheated.
Wait for the cooking zone to cool down.