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Boiled over then ceramic touch buttons all beeped. I believe default E-11. No manual what do I do and wht did a boil over leak is this not a sealed unit.

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HI. This E-11 Code is an indication of a failed Door latch mechanism. I would advise to inspect the latch assembly for loose wire connections at the latch, and main control board. If the wires are attached correctly, and the contacts are ok, simply replace the Door latch assembly. Once the door latch is replaced, the code will shutdown, and the unit will operate properly.


NOTE_ It would be wise to try a hard reset, before purchasing the replacement door latch. Kindly, unplug, or shutdown the appropriate circuit breaker for 5 minutes. Once the 5 minutes have passed, simply re-introduce power to the unit, and observe the actions. If the error code illuminates again, replace the door latch assembly.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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