I recently bought a DeDietrich induction hob, but with 4 months of using it the heating elements has gone down and one of the touch control panel has gone faulty as well.
The manufacturers say its beacuse the unit is over heating and wont pay for the repairs again(for 3 items about Â£500).
Ive since had the kitchen fitters back asnd they say theres not much they can do, its fitted to the manufacturers drawings.
On one side we have a fridge and the other side we have a dishwasher, with the oven in the middle and inductionhob above.
The manufacturers have said cut a hole in the work surface at the back of the hob to let heat escaoe upwards at the back, but this will reduce the support of ths for the hob, which is glass.
Any help with this is much appreciated