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I understand that your Electrolux range is displaying error codes "E21" and "E39" and you are waiting for a part to become available to change. Based off the error codes "E21" stands for key sensor for cook place two which means a potential issue with the left board. "E39" stands for incorrect configuration. To configure your cooktop you would need to press and hold the "Warm" key, then press right front "Power" key until it beeps. Then press left front key and the configuration should start. If that does not help your situation I would suggest having a professional out for proper diagnosis. This will help to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. Best of luck! -Matt
You need to go to your local BMW Dealership and order a Bentley® Manual for quite a few of the wiring diagrams, but now BMW has them on their library of wiring diagrams for Technicians to print out if they're working on a particular area for a short or open circuit.
Perhaps you could explain as to what part of the vehicle you're working on and as to how much details you need insofar as the wiring diagrams you're looking for goes.
E39 Fault is thermister, Mitsubishi way of saying im not going to start because there is something wrong. Generlly it is compressor fault or short of gas. Im guessing if you turned the power out. Waited twenty seconds, turn it back on. Now if you go to the outdoor part. Wait exactly 3 mins. If you hear the compressor try to start and fail then it would more then likely be your compressor if you dont hear anything and the unit faults out it will either be a board or short of gas.
Either way If the unit is under five years old get a warrenty agent out to look at it.
Sorry I couldnt tell you for sure but MHI are very vague when it comes to fault codes