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E5 on Freezer Display
Ambient temperature sensor error
Unplug the refrigerator and check the wiring connections in the ambient temperature sensor circuit. If the wiring connections are okay, replace the ambient temperature sensor. If the problem persists, replace the electronic control board.
Ambient temperature sensor, Electronic control board
F03 One or more eyes permanently pressed. Recommend that the glas be cleaned and all objects removed.<br />
Unplug the unit for one minute the plug back in if the error still remains after returning power then you will need to replace the touch control module.<br />
F12 Electronic board and touch module communication error.Unplug the unit for a couple of minutes.Restore the power if the error return then you will need to replace the board connection cable between the touch control module and electronic control. if the error remains replac ethe electronic control board. If the error comes back again replace the the touch pad.<br />
F13 Internal CPU checksum error.Recommend you replace the touch control module.<br />
F22 Key sensitivity problem.Turn power off to unit for a few minutes,if the error returns after power is restored replace the touch control module<br />
F36 Temperature probe hardware error.Recommend that you replace the touch control module.
hi please try to reset the circuit board, by turning the heater on/off from electric power, if don't work you got to replace the water temp sensor located inside the circuit board (BROWN WIRES) if still display the same problem try new circuit board.for this type the heater a master temp, pcb will work rev.R-13 Good luck. if you need part # let me know, remenber before replace any electronic parts in heater SHUTT THE POWER OFF.
Problem: Error codes 26 or 42 after turning on too many heating elements. Potential issue: Damaged main electronic board
Specific case: Error code 42 after turning on more than 3 elements, then already after 2, 1 until none of the cooking element could be turned on, over a period of a few weeks. Root cause: Dying/blown electrolytic capacitor on the main electronics board.
Solution: 1) Turn off power (circuit breaker) - caution high voltage inside the cooktop 2) Lift the cooktop out of the hole in the countertop and slide it on a flat surface 3) Remove all screws around the metal housing using a torx screwdriver 4) Carefully tilt the glass top out of the housing on the front, noting that there are electrical connections in the rear, and place the rear end of the glass on a stable surface. You may need someone's assistance here. 5) After double-checking that there is no power, record the color coding of the four wires connected to the glass assembly (green for ground, white, black, red from left to right) 6) Next open the black plastic cover by removing four Torx screws. 7) Carefully remove from the connector on the left the the plastic strip connecting to the display board. 8) Carefully remove the circuit board with relays and capacitors that is held in place by plastic tabs. 9) If one of the capacitors is bulging out or showing sings of damage on top, replacing it may fix the appliance. De-soldering a bad capacitor requires some tools and skill. Replace the capacitor with at least the same capacity, voltage and use high-temp. 105C version) Alternatively, instead of replacing a $2 component you will have to replace the entire board. 10) Reassemble and done.
Hello I hope everything is fine.
I will give some Tips:
Errors 00 through Error 04 check upper PCA memory locations, RAM memory locations and
EEPROM checksum during the power up test sequence. If a fault is found during the power up
test sequence, the appropriate error code will be displayed.
1. These errors messages almost always indicate an upper PCA problem when they are
consistently displayed. Failures causing these error messages to be displayed are rare.
1. If the error message is consistently displayed when the unit is powered up, the upper PCA
should be replaced. It is possible to see one of these messages displayed intermittently due
to external causes. If the units A.C. input significantly dips during the power up test sequence
the test could fail resulting in one of these messages being displayed. Treadmills operating
on non-dedicated A.C. circuits may see these messages displayed on an intermittent basis.
In other words, you need recalibration in your equipment, I recomend after you make a test for a RAM MEMORY.so contact your service call. I recomend Strong, INSTALL regulator Voltage is cheap about us$15,00 Radio Shak or another Electronic Place.
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The cause of a “STUCK KEY” error message on the Basic or Advanced consoles. A stuck key error is displayed when one or more keys on the console or activity zone remain actuated for more than 45 seconds. SOLUTION Recycle the power. If the key remains stuck, the console will display “PLEASE WAIT” until the stuck key error is displayed again. Determine the stuck key. Replace the console if the problem is a key on the console. Replace the activity zone membrane keypad or the activity zone circuit board depending on the product if the problem is not in the console.
Turn off the breaker and wait for 5 minutes. the follow this 3 steps: --> After turn the breaker back on, go to the range and press "OFF", "OFF", "START", then click on the "clock set", there is a message on the display saying that do you want to delete the error, at this time press on the "START" again. And wait for a while until the everything on the screen disappear except the clock time. Hope this will fix yours. It fixed mine.
I dont thinkits as easy as just replaceig a bulb. you have a electronic display on there. what it sounds like its the display thats bad. I dont know if it is a seperate part or attached to the control bord like most others. Most times it is attached. and that meand the control bord will have to be replaced. I dont now how old the oven is but some manufacturers will have a 5 year parts warenty on the electronics. may be worth finding that out first. Replacing it is the only way to resolve your problem.