Question about Ovens
Thanks for using FixYa. F6 error means that the electronic thermocouple compartment connected to the control board has detected a temperature above 140 degree F (60 degree C). The unit will require cleaning, there is a fan located on the right top back of the unit whose intake might be blocked and/or the fan itself might be bad, you’ll need to clean that and see if that resolves the issue if not then the fan should be replaced. Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Hi, there is a temperature sensor built into the control board and
the temp in that area, is getting too hot. On the back of the unit,
right top, there is a cooling fan that comes on at a certain
temperature, if the intake is clogged, you will get this error, clean
the intake. Inside the unit may be so dirty, it may require cleaning as
well. The fan itself could be bad, and does not run, then it will need
Hope that helps
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turbo chef oven F6 ec code
Hello. There is a temperature sensor built into the control board, and the temp in that area, is getting too hot. On the back of the unit, right top, there is a cooling fan that comes on at a certain temperature, if the intake is clogged, you will get this error, clean the intake. Inside the unit may be so dirty, it may require cleaning as well. The fan itself could be bad, and does not run, then it will need replacement.
Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
the problem with f8 like you have said LOW HEAT
, IF the oven does not warm up in time , which is usually 8 min , it goes into f8 fault code
now please check the hi limit button , on the back of the oven , left hand side, bottom corner, if it reset and starts heating, please check bottom element and temp reading IR , IF it rises very quickly and the elemnt is glowing red , please switch off the unit at the power point , you have problem with the solid state relay, if the temp is slowly rising , then you might only have an issue with the hi limit reset button thermostat, FIRST JUST CHECK THE RESET BUTTON
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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