T-Fal Combination Oven Elite Beeping with H:HH in the LCD display
My T-Fal Avente Elite Combination Elite Oven started beeping this morning with the display of H:HH in the LCD. I am unable to press any buttons to activate the machine.
Any thoughts on what the next steps are?
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something had been gone short due to the power socket.let the socket be ok but sometimes due to heavy voltage this could possibly happen.just check if somme parts is burnt ,turned black or smelling foul oudor,or when you on the machine now it passes burning fumes from some where.
The beeping sound is annoying and mostly unnecessary. Unfortunately it can't be turned off. The only way to "fix it" would be to remove or disable the Piezo buzzer. I tried doing this, but disassembling the oven to reach the pcb control board ,where the buzzer is located, is complicated. You can take the top cover off using a Philips screw drive. But reaching the pcb board is tedious. So I gave uP and reassemble it.
If someone has a better idea or method , please share. This is a great oven except for the annoying beeping. Even my dogs are afraid because it is the same sound that my invisible fence has and they think that they are being warned.
I have the same toaster and the fuse burnt out a couple of days ago. Its a 10 Amp fuse behind the control panel under a white cover. You will need to remove the right side of the oven to see it. I've not found a replacement fuse yet. Let me know if you find one.
I had the same problem and discovered it was the plug on the heating element was loose. I'd check continuity with a ohm meter across the coil. If it shows a closed circuit there isn't anything wrong with the element itself and could be as simple and cheap as tightening up the connector.