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Cannot turn on cooktop.

A constant flashing "E" is display and I cannot get it to go away. In addition I cannot turn on the heating element. I can turn on the other 3 cooktops. There is only one the doesnt work and there is a constant flashing "E".

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I have a Kenmore Elite Induction Cooktop and we had some milk boil over and now the cooktop is locked. How do you unlock it?

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E indicates a faulty PCB. Regards Advisor

Posted on Sep 01, 2007

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