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I did exactly the same thing as "Carol Johansson" did to fix her "Electrolux" induction cooktop.
My "Omega" induction cooktop was intermittently (more often than not) coming up with error E6 problems on two of the four elements, after a power reset it started to do it on all 4 elements.(Now the Boss was not happy)
I pulled it all apart taking photos of every stage of dismantling, makes it a lot easier to put it all back together.
The main power supply board which supplies the other two boards has about six electrolytic capacitors, two of them where bulging, (curved on the top instead of being flat). They where the 470uF 25V ones, I replaced them with 470uF 35V ones from Jaycar for $2.80.
Put it all back together and we can eat tonight, Boss is happy!!
Hope this helps and thanks to Carol for pointing me in the right direction.
Are you sure it is properly wired? For 1 phase 230v:
1= power earth
2-3 intersected = N
4-5-6 are L1-L2-L3 that should be conected together to L
Kuppersbusch is not very cooperative about what their error codes indicate, but E6 seems to be a (low) voltage issue, so you might too check the cabling to the outlet, measure the voltage with a multimeter when you successively switch on elements
Hello it07002 - You may try and reset the induction cook top by disconnecting the power to the unit for up to 30 seconds by flipping the circuit breaker off and back on. This often clears most false error codes. If the error code does not clear, then the unit more than likely may be experiencing an issue with the EOC (Electronic Oven Control) and/or user interface board. This is not a typical do it yourself job; please consult a professional or your manufacturer.
I had flashing Es every time I turned the hob on - got worse and worse until unusable. Neff help line useless - service call cost ridiculous. My problem was the capacitor on the 5 volt power supply had failed. 5 volt supply was at 3.8 volts. Replaced the capacitor and the hob's now perfect - a joy to use. Only helps if you are tech savvy and willing to open the unit, but may give you some hope or point you in the right direction.t
Hello, I am going to go out on a limb here and risk a bad feedback score but I have seen this many times in the past few years and have even made the mistake of replacing the EOC (Electronic oven control) when the EOC was not the problem, Reading between the lines with no model number I'm going to assume you got the error code for a bad EOC which is why the repair guy changed it. Well the second one could be bad too but I seriously doubt it. To me after changing the EOC and it still don't work the problem is going to be with the touch pad if it has one (be mindfull I dont have model number so I don't know other then electrolux which oven this is). The way to test this diagnosis is to turn the power off...Remove the ribbon/cable harness from the touchpad to the EOC. Switch power back on and wait 24 hours. If Error code does not return it's the touch pad, if within the 24 hour period the error comes back it's the EOC. Can't be any easyier then that to figure which it is and any tech worth his salt would know that. Hope this helps some, Maybe you can try it while you are waiting for the new part. Good Luck!! if you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to comment again. Mike