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 Post subject: Samsung C61R2AEE Wiring
PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 11:31 pm 
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Hi Guys,

Trying to install a samsung C61R2AEE electric hob. The manual for it is below:

http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/conte ... -01_EN.pdf

Having a few problems with the wiring diagram. It seems to have earth, neutal and 1,2,3. If i put earth into earth neutral into neutral and the live ito 1, the unit powers up and two of the hobs work fine, the other two wont heat up. I am thinking that maybe there needs to be a link betwen 1 and 2 and 2 and 3, but there isnt any room to link these with the 6mm cable ive used for the incoming.

Is there any chance someone could please take a look at the wiring diagram in the manual and tell me exactly how it should be wired.

Thanks in advance.
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The L1, L2, L3 need linking together there could be a set of links somewhere or feed the middle term L2 and link to the other two with 2.5


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Hi , just looked at the diagram and your right the live goes to 1, links to 2+3 and the N goes to 4. Normally the manafcturer supplies some links made of brass or copper that look like a U shape but bent at 90 degrees in the middle to link the terminals . Did the hob not come with any of these? might be worth a call to samsung and see what they say .

I know my neff hob came with them a lot of these hobs are designed for many countries some use a three phase supply (three lives and one neutral ) to balance the load of the appliance hence three live connections.

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beat me to it there james, glad i am not the only idiot up

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Hi Guys,

No it didnt appear to come with any links, but thats not to say they werent missing or something. Is it possible to buy these sort of metal links from somewhere? If not can i use smaller cable than 6mm to do the links, otherwise it just wont fit in the holes!

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Hi Sparky James,

Sorry i didnt read your reply properly. Is there any reason you would feed L2 and use links out of that with 2.5 as opposed to feeding L1 and then using 2.5 to link 1 to 2 and 3?

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