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It stands for Error number 2. If it is not in your instruction book contact Cooks Essentials, if they are no help ask for who is your local service agent. They should surely be able to give you the correct info and an estimate as well.
There are 5 pins on the socket in the base. on the back of that
socket there is a black strap that holds the wires in. it snaps off
and the wires drop out. you need two small washers remove the two screws push the wires replace the strap now put the two small washers the screws and replace job done
If this is a Kitchen Aid blender with the flashing lights then you will need to remove the motor base cover and check the motor for a circuit. If it is open circuit then either replace the motor or locate the thermal fuse (under some white tape and aluminium clip on one of the field windings) and either replace or bypass fuse if it is open circuit.
Hi Derrick, I can't help you on the Instructions for the Cooks as I have been unable to find any on line. There are Instructions for another identical model made by a different company (Coopers)and the eight buttons are marked in a totally different way. I got my almost unused Professional Soup Maker discarded in a dump, minus the lid and filter sleeve. When I discovered the lid was essential as it contained a magnet to complete the circuitry, I got a small one from a toy, switched on the power and moved it over the jug handle top and the thing sprang into life! You have to use Blutack to fix the magnet to the r/H/s of the handle. I used an old pot lid belonging to my dear recently deceased wife and it happened to fit.
I have been working purely on trial and error and simply entering the name of a soup on line and some great recipes come up- however, without specific quantities to suit the machine. It still works well if you just chop up anything you have in the veg basket and put it on P2 by powering on and pressing Menu till P2 comes up. I recommend trying Mushroom. It's great ! There are others.
without the magnet you get E2 (error) on the window, meaning no lid.
I made a filter by cutting down a cutlery draining basket from Dunelm. It stops the cutter from making a slush of the veggies.
Please feel free to come back if you feel I can help after a few weeks of trying a few trials. Don't be frightened, as you can't do any harm. You will get a fright first time when the cutter goes off like a bomb for a couple of seconds! But harmless. I think this machine is good and worth a bit of experiment. I have to make all my own meals now and found the machine a great help for nourishing meals avoiding ready made packet stuff. Any questions just get back to me.
Alex MacMillan, Edinburgh, student cook!). Good luck.
try powering off, removing contents from the container, refill using less contents and push the contents to the bottom plate. Turn power on. If beeping stopped it will work. Another thing to try is turning the rubber gear on the base or bottom of the container slightly then put container back on the base, as before do this while power is off at the power point for safety. Regards Greg T. My mother bought one and Ive had to step in as Im the only one to make it work. Hope this helps you. I am about to go past for the 3rd time of her using this device to see if I can help do a re-heat as she made a soup and its now not playing ball again 4 her. Forced to contact the distributor of course!
Hi Doreen, not a fault. Press the menu button for P1 to 5 which are the Programmes. If you try to work it without the magnetic lid, it won't! E2 shows. I resurrected a Cooks Prof. Without lid or sleeve and am making great soups with an improvised magnet and an old pot lid of my deceased wife's. Works fine. I can't locate Instructions but have bought Soupmaker recipes on Kindle and enjoying some great tasty soups each lunchtime. Happy to share my trial and error experience with you. Good luck,