Question about Solar Electrical Supplies
I have never had a problem with the oven until we had solar panels installed. Displays F68 whenever the panels are making as little as 1 WATT of electricity. Turn off the panel input via the circuit breaker or during periods of darkness; no problems. The PV installer is a large company with lots of experience. They have checked everything on their end. Checked voltage, checked HZ, voltage max/minimum, etc . The max the panels have input system monitors itself and maintains data log has been 244 volts. Typically voltage is at 241 +/- 2 volts. This is identical to the voltage seen from the power company; a voltage of 241. They installed chokes on the neutral and hot leads from the AC output of the PV inverter to the circuit breaker; trying to remove any line noise that the panels might be generating. still have the problem. They checked all the connections to the PV system, and also all connections to the oven at the panel. All good. Any suggestions??
Did you reset the breaker to the oven when you switched over to batteries? If not turn it off wait a few mins. then turn it back this should work. Sometimes the control panel needs to reset its self.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is not 3 phase power...you have two legs of 120 ...the red wire? This leg is not a voltage source therefore that wire is not going to fire up that lug ...you only need 3 wires to make this circuit and a neutral is a redundant leg for this box
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Something doesn't sound right here. You indicate 2 200Amp breakers. With a single service entering the house, this is not possible. The "sub-panel" to the pool house is more likely a 100Amp setup, yes? If not, you have a bad setup and it should be corrected. I would suspect that you are attempting to pull too much current to the pool and that is what is tripping the breaker. Also, these breakers should not be run over about 80% of their capacity for the long haul. If they are, they tend to age and get either real sensitive causing tripping when it shouldn't or you can run 500Amps through it and it won't trip.
My suggestion is to revisit the setup. If the pool house is fed from the main panel, make sure that the breaker for it is not 200Amp. Second, try disabling the pool house breaker to see if that is the source of the problem and look more closely there.
Keep us posted.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
If you have no voltage on the buss bar ... you will not have any on the back side of the breaker.
The first thing you must do it get power running into the panel.
When the panel is hot, now you can prove or disprove voltage at the back side of the breaker.
I can tell you from experience, if you have a hot panel and your breaker is not passing power and there are ants around, that you will not get power. Ants love to move into the housing of a nice warm breaker. The only fix for this is replace the breaker.
But, as I said, you got to get power to the panel first.
Let me know what happens
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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I appreciate your inquiry, friend!
I understand that your Frigidaire range is displaying an "F68" and beeping. I would recommend performing a reset and you can do that by flipping the household circuit breaker off for roughly ten minutes, which should clear out any miscommunications within your range. If your range continues to display "F68" that could be a high voltage condition. This means that you may have an issue with the voltage coming into your range or your control panel. This is not a simple fix. I would highly suggest consulting with a professional technician for proper diagnosis and repair. I hope this information is helpful. -Matt
Mar 01, 2015 | Ovens
I appreciate your inquiry, Bill Payer!
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
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Thank you for your inquiry, Robert Klaum!
I see that your Frigidaire range is displaying an "F68" error code. I am unsure if another member has the same problem due to solar panels. Typically, an "F68" error code means that you have a high voltage condition. This could be an issue with the polarity, supply voltage, or EOC (Electronic Oven Control). I would recommend having a professional technician out to your home for a proper diagnosis to be completed. Best of luck! -Matt
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