The antiparasites, as their name suggests, have the function of avoiding interference, therefore the proper functioning of audio-visual and electronic devices (television, radio, computer, telephone, etc.). They are formed of different components (capacitor, self, resistance) which clash the high frequencies disturbing the sector. When a suppressor fails, it usually cuts off power to the device. It must then be replaced purely and simply.
- Flat and Phillips screwdriver
- Isolated pliers
1. Locate the oven cover fixing screws. They are usually placed on the side of the device.
2. With a suitable impression screwdriver, undo the screws securing the cover.
3. Often the hood is also attached by screws to the back of the unit. Locate them.
4. Undo the various screws that hold the hood from the back. Store them carefully to find them easily when reassembling.
5. Remove the hood by disengaging it from above. Be careful not to cut yourself with the sharp edge of the sheet!
6. Before all else, take an insulated clip and discharge the capacitor by placing the clip on the capacitor terminals to create a short circuit.
7. Locate the power cable. You have to disconnect different wires. Do not hesitate to take a picture of the location of all the connections to be able to put them back correctly during the reassembly phase.
8. First undo the screw for fixing the terminal of the earth wire (green-yellow)
9. Disconnect the brown wire (the phase) then the blue wire (the neutral). Take out the power cable.
10. Next, locate the power and ground wires for the suppressor. As for the power cable, remember the order of connection of the wires.
11. Unscrew the yellow wire (earth) using a pair of pliers and a Phillips screwdriver. It is attached to the oven frame by a bolt.
12. Disconnect the brown wire (the phase) then the blue wire (neutral).
13. The faulty suppressor is simply clipped onto the back of the unit. Lever with the flat blade of a screwdriver to release it.
14. Clear the parasite.
15. Take the new suppressor and house it properly. Clip it on the back wall.
16. Ban the blue (neutral) and brown (phase) wires on the new antiparasite.
17. Screw in the yellow wire terminal (ground) with a screwdriver and pliers.
18. Take the power cable and replace it.
19. Reconnect the blue and brown power leads.
20. Do not forget to reconnect the ground wire (green-yellow) on the rear wall of the unit. Lock the screw securely.
21. Replace the cover. It must be inserted correctly to find the position of the locking screws.
22. Replace the screws at the back and on the sides of the oven.
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