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Re: E4 message and what to do to clear it
That may be it. In some cases you can clean them, but if it has become brittle, it may snap. But it's worth a try.
First of all, I'd try a cold reset by unplugging the oven for afew minutes then trying again. If that doesn't clear the error, it's probably the thermistor.
The oven would have to be removed from the wall so the outer wrapper can be removed, then you can remove the sensor and attempt to clean it.A gentle scraping with the toothpick might work, or gently soaking it in hot water. Just be sure it's dry when reinstalled.
If needed, you should be able to order a new thermistor here: http://www.samsungparts.com/search/search.asp
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F1 - E0 EEPROM communication error F1 - E1 EEPROM checksum error F1 - E2 UL A/D error F1 - E4 Model ID error F1 - E5 Calibration shifted F1 - E6 Latch signal mismatch error F1 - E9 Stack overflow F1 - E3 Wiring harness cavity size does not match stored value F2 - E0 Shorted touch pad F2 - E1 Keypad cable connection error F2 - E5 Cancel key drive line open F2 - E6 Cancel key drive line open F3 - E0 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (upper oven on double oven models) F3 - E1 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (upper oven on double oven models) F3 - E2 Oven temperature is too high (Cook mode) F3 - E3 Oven temperature is too high (Clean mode) F3 - E4 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) opened (lower oven on double oven models) F3 - E5 Oven temperature sensor (RTD) shorted (lower oven on double oven models) F3 - E6 Drawer sensor open F3 - E7 Warming drawer sensor shorted F4 - E1 Meat probe malfunction - shorted F5 - E0 Door Switch F5 - E1 Self clean latch will not lock F5 - E2 Latch during CLEAN error F5 - E5 Self clean temperature not reached within 45 minutes. F5 - E6 Door is open, but latch is locked F5 - E7 Self clean latch will not unlock F6 - E0 Return line not connected F7 - E1 Common switch wire defective
Two digit codes:
F0 ERC Board failure F1 ERC Board failure F2 Oven temperature is too high F3 Oven temperature sensor open F4 Oven temperature sensor shorted F5 ERC Board failure F7 Function key stuck on ERC F8 ERC Board failure F9 Oven door lock failure
Microwave and Microwave combo error codes:
F1 - E3 or F1 - E4 Electronic control malfunction
F2 - E0 or F2 - E1 Keypad connection error
F2 - E3 Keypad held down too long, or keypad is shorted.
If you get an error code, try first resetting the code: 1. Disconnect power for about two minutes. 2. Connect back power. 3. If code re-appears, test and eventually replace faulty part.
Make sure the inner container is dry... plug he unit off then on again.
the "E4" display would appear. I determined the steam vent valve
(loose piece) was not seated on the vent hole in the cover so the
pressure never built up. I removed the loose piece which consists of a
metal cylinder and a black plastic cover with a handle.
Howdy:) An E4 or E5 error indicate an abnormal water level which means too much inlet water. Here is the shortcut to the Kenwood PDF file with the user's manuals. http://dl.owneriq.net/4/4e71b4c9-e100-4066-a29e-9c46abc1f5cf.pdf
You can cut and paste it into your browser's address window. Your model was not indicated in your message, but the error codes are standard throughout the Kenwood models. I hope you find this useful:)
"Some models are
equipped with a sensor that can automatically adjust the oven's heating
time based on the amount of steam in the oven. If your microwave is
displaying E1, E4, or E5, there may be an issue with the gas sensor.
For an E1 error, press the Cancel button and check on the food.
"Other microwaves do not
give specific error messages and just display "8888" on the LED. If you
get this error message, your microwave needs service.
"If the message is
either ERROR or E-6, it indicates a mechanical fault.
"For all error indications, including the SE or 5E error,
try unplugging the microwave from the outlet for at least ten minutes
and then plug it back in. If the error persists, the microwave may
require service. Please use our ASC Locator to find your nearest Authorized Service
Some models are equipped with a sensor that can automatically adjust the oven's heating time based on the amount of steam in the oven. If your microwave is displaying E1, E4, or E5, there may be an issue with the gas sensor. For an E1 error, press the Cancel button and check on the food.
If the message is either ERROR or E-6, it indicates a mechanical fault.
For all error indications, try unplugging the microwave from the outlet for at least ten minutes and then plug it back in. If the error persists, the microwave may require service. Please use our ASC Locater to find your nearest Authorzied Service Center