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You are correct I am not impressed with Samsung , I like Induction but their units are too finnicky - I have two 5 inch burners one accepts the pan the other does not same pan , so it is not the pans. I think I would like to go to a store where they have induction ranges and compare with induction ready pans (ready is not necessarily induction capable) before i would buy another. This oven has convinced me to disregard the cool features Samsung has (because it comes with others that it should - like cook all burners on HI at the same time) and so for my other appliances I will look at other brands that you know just work.
Good Afternoon Jane - Generally, error code E15 means that the unit is experiencing a power
board failure. One of the best ways to determine
if this is a false error code is to reset the power to the appliance by either
unplugging it or flipping off the breaker for about 30 seconds. If the error
code persists, it would be advisable to contact an experienced appliance repair
tech to assist further.
I understand that your Electrolux range, EW30IS65JS, is making a noise. This could be a possible faulty motor or fan. I would recommend seeking assistance from a professional technician. The technician would have the appropriate tools needed for proper disassembly and proper replacement of any components. I hope that this information is helpful to your repair. -Matt
If it's a year old and under a 5 year warranty then it will be covered under the warranty and shouldn't cost you a dime. If it happens again then speak to someone about getting a different range since you may have received a lemon.
Several posts regarding instruction manuals for De dietrich induction hobs. Goto "http://www.dedietrich.co.uk/hobs-induction-hobs-c-55_23_38.html" scroll to find your model - select it, then look for a link to download manual.