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Induction cooker Error E5

I have a Neo Life Induction Cooker model no- 5349. When i turn on my induction cooker it is not detecting any vessel and showing E5 on the display. Error E5 is not available in my manual. What is this problem and how it can be resolved.

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SOURCE: Vollrath induction cooker is not working. The display reads F9. Model # is 59500.

The range does not recognize the pan material. Only ferrous (magnetic) cookware will work with induction. This is a protection circuit to only heat proper cookware. When all else fails read the instruction book or call the service department for the manufacturer...save time, reduces frustration and assures safe operation. Good Luck

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