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I have the indurama 5 burner and the touch panel does not respond accurately when you try to turn on or off the light or fan or rotisserie

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If your Indurama 5 burner's touch panel is not responding accurately when you try to turn on or off the light, fan, or rotisserie, it is possible that there is a problem with the touch panel itself or with the connections between the touch panel and the burner's control board. Here are some steps you can try to fix this problem:

  1. Clean the touch panel: If the touch panel is dirty or dusty, it may not be able to accurately detect your finger or stylus when you try to touch it. Try cleaning the touch panel with a soft, dry cloth to remove any dirt or debris that may be interfering with its operation.
  2. Check the connections: Make sure that the touch panel is securely connected to the control board, and that all of the wires and cables are properly connected and not damaged. If any of the connections are loose or damaged, it may cause the touch panel to not work correctly.
  3. Restart the burner: If the touch panel is still not responding accurately, try restarting the burner. To do this, unplug the burner from the power outlet and then wait a few minutes before plugging it back in. This may reset the touch panel and fix any temporary glitches that may be causing the problem.
If these steps do not fix the problem, it is possible that there is a problem with the touch panel itself or with the control board.

Posted on Dec 10, 2022

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