Question about Cooktops
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
E5 or E0 means that the stove is getting overheated. You have to reduce the temperature for it to stop. It goes on with few beeps and then stops.
Posted on Nov 02, 2011
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Good Afternoon friend, I appreciate your inquiry!
Typically on an Electrolux induction cooktop the "E4" error code stands for key sensor for timer. Which means you could be experiencing an issue with the right board, center board, or left board. I would perform a reset on your cooktop and you can do that by flipping the household circuit breaker off for ten minutes.
If that does not assist with clearing any false error codes or the error "E4" continues to display I would suggest seeking assistance from a professional for proper diagnosis and repair. Hopefully this helps. -Matt
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