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Bosch PVS631FB1E induction hob - what does error 0513 mean?

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  • #1
    Marek32ldz
    Level 3  
    I bought a new Bosch induction hob and connected it according to the scheme for two phases:
    yellow-green to terminal 6
    neutral to terminal 4 and 5
    the first phase to terminals 1 and 2
    the second phase to terminal 3



    After switching on the three-phase fuse, E flashes on the left cooking zones.
    According to the instruction manual, I pressed the "sensor of the appropriate hotplate" and E disappeared, and the error code 0 5 13 or 0513 appeared, if you prefer. On Monday I will call the service, because the album is only a month old (I connected it today). What does this error mean and what will they mention to me? Will they fix it? I would prefer a new part or subassembly.

    PS.
    I connected as in the diagram from the first post, I have the same instruction.
    :arrow: Link Bosch PIE631FB1E - Connecting an induction hob without a protective conductor
    I tried to stick the link well, but I think it didn't work out, sorry.
    I have corrected TONI_2003
  • #2
    Piotr2608

    Level 40  
    The hob was connected by an authorized person, i.e. an electrician, did you do it yourself without authorization?
    I am asking because no stamp in the warranty card = no warranty.
  • #3
    Marek32ldz
    Level 3  
    I have a seal, and on Wednesday someone will come from the site, I would like to know what kind of mistake is this?
  • #4
    mrhari
    VIP Meritorious for electroda.pl
    Marek32ldz wrote:
    I bought a new Bosch induction hob and connected it according to the scheme for two phases:

    Marek32ldz wrote:
    I connected as in the diagram from the first post, I have the same instruction.
    Link Bosch PIE631FB1E - Connecting an induction hob without a protective conductor

    Only in the link you have a diagram for 3 phases, not two.

    Look at this:
    Bosch PVS631FB1E induction hob - what does error 0513 mean?
  • #5
    Marek32ldz
    Level 3  
    I tried the third version without the bridge on terminal 1, but it doesn't change anything (the rest is the same, because there are no two separate neutral wires).
    Where is the 3 phase installation diagram? I can see L1 and L2 and there is an L1 bridge on jumper 1 and 2.

    On the back of the board there is a sticker with a diagram and there is only 1N and 3N, I can paste photos.

    Bosch PVS631FB1E induction hob - what does error 0513 mean? Bosch PVS631FB1E induction hob - what does error 0513 mean?
  • #6
    Marek32ldz
    Level 3  
    Will someone explain to me why the scheme is 3N and the phase designation is only two L1 and L2?
  • #7
    arkady_
    Level 12  
    Hi,
    in the picture you have the phases and numbers of connectors described - even the colors are nicely shown:
    1. gray
    2. brown
    3.black

    The colors above will tell you everything to an electrician with permissions :) .
    Have it connected to a licensed electrician, he will check your installation by the way, because maybe someone has mixed up the installation.
  • #8
    Piotr2608

    Level 40  
    Marek32ldz wrote:
    Will someone explain to me why the scheme is 3N and the phase designation is only two L1 and L2?

    Do you expect lectures, tutoring or summaries of many years of study in one sentence?
    Do the terms: phase voltage - between phase, connection star - triangle say something to you?

    L1 - N phase voltage U = 230V
    L2 - N phase voltage U = 230V
    L1 - L2 phase-to-phase voltage U = 400V

    When connecting 3 phases, we get the full power of the induction hob.
    Connecting the plate to the 1st phase results in restrictions of the allocated power on the cooking zones.
    The maximum phase 1 load is approx. 3,700 W.
  • #9
    Chalabala
    Level 11  
    Hello
    To eliminate the problems, I connected the Bosch hob directly to the box for a short time. I have a 3-phase installation. According to diagram 3, I used two. The voltages on the fuses are ok. Other household appliances work fine.
    However, when the fuses are turned on, a short circuit occurs and fuses are released from sockets throughout the apartment. This applies to all ports at once.
    When checking the circuits, I noticed that a small voltage of several dozen V appears on the ground in the box.
    After turning off the fuses, the oven shows a wrong connection error 5 0 13.
    What could this situation result from?
  • #10
    korek1
    Level 15  
    I have the same problem. What was the reason?
  • #11
    Chalabala
    Level 11  
    Badly connected ground in the table. An electrician came, switched the wire and it worked ;)