Did you know that Beko’s induction hobs feature three different types of locks? With a cleaning lock, a child lock and a key lock, our induction hobs are designed to provide a safe and efficient cooking environment. Depending on the model you own, the exact instruction on how to activate/disactivate these locks may vary. To provide a general overview, we’ve put together this handy guide to help you understand how to use the various lock features on your Beko induction hob. For more specific instructions, please refer to your appliance’s instruction manual.
The cleaning lock prevents operation of all keys on the control panel for 20 seconds while the hob is switched on to allow the user to quickly clean the appliance. The product will not draw any power throughout this time.
When the cooking zones are switched off, the child lock can be activated to prevent children from switching on the cooking zones. You can only activate or deactivate the child lock when the cooking zone are switched off and in standby mode.
You can activate the key lock to prevent the hob functions from being changed accidentally whilst the appliance is operating.
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