Question about Cooktops
Came home from Vacation and found that the unit had an error message and had beeped until my 30 yr old son had thrown the breaker. He waited a while and tried turning the breaker back on to no avail. I had a service man come & he diagnosed that the control module was bad. None are stocked locally (Houston, TX). Ordered and part was sent directly to me, rescheduled service man, found part broken during shipping. (Note: each of these trips requires a week). Reordered (oops! they forgot to order - resulting in 2 weeks) and once received, rescheduled service man. Service man installed, turned on the breaker and unit was no longer beeping so he left - I came home to find that yes it no longer beeped but it also did not work at all. Service man back - guesses that it is a bad module - it is ordered again. Am still waiting for this one. Should be in on Wednesday. Yes, Electrolux has covered under extended warranty but I have been without for over a month. Or there any other options for repair - it is not yet 2 years old. How can I be sure that it is a control module problem?
Hello, I am going to go out on a limb here and risk a bad feedback score but I have seen this many times in the past few years and have even made the mistake of replacing the EOC (Electronic oven control) when the EOC was not the problem, Reading between the lines with no model number I'm going to assume you got the error code for a bad EOC which is why the repair guy changed it. Well the second one could be bad too but I seriously doubt it. To me after changing the EOC and it still don't work the problem is going to be with the touch pad if it has one (be mindfull I dont have model number so I don't know other then electrolux which oven this is). The way to test this diagnosis is to turn the power off...Remove the ribbon/cable harness from the touchpad to the EOC. Switch power back on and wait 24 hours. If Error code does not return it's the touch pad, if within the 24 hour period the error comes back it's the EOC. Can't be any easyier then that to figure which it is and any tech worth his salt would know that. Hope this helps some, Maybe you can try it while you are waiting for the new part. Good Luck!! if you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to comment again. Mike
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Jan 23, 2016 | Electrolux 36"" Induction Cooktop
Hi Linda Wallman, thanks for your post!
I see that your Electrolux cooktop is displaying an "E40" error code. Typically, the "E40" stands for no communications, shorted bus. This could be an internal communication error with your left control board, relay board, or filter board. I would recommend getting a technician out to your home for proper diagnosis and repair. I hope this is helpful. -Matt
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Thank you for your post, friend!
I understand that your Electrolux cooktop is flashing an "E21" error code. Based off the information I was able to look up it sounds like a possible issue within the left board. I would suggest seeking assistance from a technician for proper repair because some of these intricate parts do require precision and patience. Therefore when replacing the exchange of electrical components or removing them from your appliance, I always suggest seeking professional assistance. -Matt
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