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Lamona induction hob displays F5 error code all the time

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SOURCE: Is this oven suitable to have a Induction Hob

Provided there is a space between the top of the oven and the hob, it should present no problem.
You will of course need a seperate plug outlet for hob

Posted on May 21, 2010

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Hi

I'm not sure that you really have a problem as with induction hobs you need to put your pan (metal only) with the ingredients in it on the hob before switching the heater on.

it is the pan which will get hot, the ticking may or may not be the pan heating up.

Try it with water only in the pan and see if it works.

Posted on Dec 20, 2010

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I have this problem as well. Did you get a solution?

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F5 = EOC electronic control failure replace electronic control is stated in the service manual. If you have any further questions message me them back. Thank you
Rick

Posted on Nov 29, 2011

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