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The F11 error code stands is a shorted keypad. I suggest performing a reset on your range and you can do that by flipping the household circuit breaker off for at least 5 minutes. If that does not work you may need to have a professional technician
Generally the issue with this is not that you don't have the correct pressure but the Burner top hat that displaces the gas is dirty. Remove the metal rack to expose the burner itself. Make sure it's not been used recently to prevent a burn. Carefully lift the little burner cap off. This is the piece with all the holes in it the flames come from. They generally just sit on top. You will need a flashlight, know look in the little slits below the cap for cleaning material buildup. A tooth pick or a stiff bristle tooth brush can be used to clean these little slits. The cleaning products used to clean stove tops tends to leave little trace amounts of surfactants that over time block these little slits and prevent the escaping gas to flow towards the ignitor preventing the burner from lighting. Once you have this clean replace the top. Put the pan grate back on and try to relight the stove. I am sure this should fix you issue. If it doesn't please let me know and I can give you some other tips to try. DR Wilkins
Hello - Typically error code E on Electrolux induction cook top indicates an error with the user interface board/control board. Contact a professional to move forward accurately and properly diagnose/repair the unit.
you have a stuck ignitor switch. they are mounted just below the knobs. you cant get to them until you remove the unit and then the top. if you spilled water or something boiled over, it could get into the switches and cause this. if you reach under the cooktop, in you cabinet, you can just unplug it from the outlet, or try to shut off the breaker to the unit. that will stop the clicking and you can deal with the repairs after your party.
Most likely its dirty meaning the burners themselves and aren't getting any gas through. If you feel lucky you can do this without turning off or unplugging the stove, but on the oft chance there is a short I would do those just to be on the safe side. If you know how lift the top part of the stove up, you did not give model number. Find the electrode and clean with a clean toothbrush, plug in see if there is a sparks, actually look for the spark first. If you have a spark then your issue is the feed to your burners or the burners themselves being clogged. The feed is like a straw should there be an obstruction than nothing passes through. Clean the burners with a pin, blow through the gas inlets that go to the burners. After cleaning retry.