Question about GE 30 in. Profile JP939 Electric Cooktop
This code is shorted temp sensor, element 2, which is the left rear.
1) Check all heater, sensor and wire harness connectors. Make sure they are tight and secure. Check heater ribbon for possible damage.
2) Remove sensor connector (for left rear in this case) from logic board and measure RTD resistance. Should be 1030-1150ohms. If not, replace heater element assembly (~$130 for part)
3) if fault persists, replace logic board.
See my other entry as how to open the unit and do the replacement of the heater element.
Note: this error code 1X4 (where X in the number of the burner) is similar to 1X3 which is "open temp sensor"; they are dealt with in the same way. Both can be due to damage but I would suspect that, unlike 1X3 codes, 1X4 codes are less likely to be due to simple wear.
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I located that on Electrolux Cooktop error codes "35" and "75" stand for input voltage too low. It could be an issue with your filter board or an issue within the voltages. I would recommend having a professional come out to your cooktop to properly diagnose to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. -Matt
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Condition: Door latch supervisory
Check door lock circuit or replace clock assembly or ERC
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