Fault codes on your appliance are prefixed with F or C, not sure why it's an E in this case but the padlock indicates the child lock has been activated. Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds till the padlock goes off. If you've already tried this, sorry. SIEMENS - SCHOTT CERAN (Illustrated Parts List) Illustrated Parts List SIEMENS SCHOTT CERAN - This Parts Catalog or Illustrated Parts List is a detailed description of all spare parts that compose the product. Exploded views allow to identify all the part numbers and associated parts with the product in case they need to be replaced. To determine if these fault codes do apply to your particular Bosch, Neff or Siemens oven model please post a request to confirm this in the forums. My comments Subscribe RSS Jill Woodward 1 year 1 month. Check out our FAQs by selecting the concerned appliance category. Use the Siemens Online Assistent to identify the faults step-by-step and get support for your appliance based on the appliance data by starting with the model number (E-Nr) of your Siemens home appliance. An Error-Code appears on the display of your appliance?
Error codes like E2, E0, E9, as we see in famous induction cookers like Pigeon, Prestige, Butterfly etc. are annoying at times, when we are in a hurry to go to office. Errors appear as numbers and finding it from the user manual will take days and leave us impatient. Here is a handy guide of induction cooker error codes usually seen in branded and un-branded induction cookers. You may save this page as pdf or as it is in your phone or PC for quick reference.
Prestige, Pigeon, Butterfly, TCL, I-bell, Electrolux, Sunflame, Glen, Inalsa, Padmini, Softel, Singer, Usha, Khaitan, Wipro, Faber, Maharaja induction cooker error codes (Applicable for Chinese brands too)
E0 –Cooking vessel is not placed correctly. Vessel is either removed or not made of a material usable with induction cooker
E1 – Some issue with internal circuitry of cooker. Try switching off the cooker and switch it On after some time.
E2 – Temperature sensor error. Circuit is open or closed. It means the system cannot read correct temperature of working and results in switching OFF of the cooker. Replace the temperature sensor if the error persists. Costs about 150 Rs.
E3 – Supply Voltage is high. Reduce voltage if the cooker is connected to a stabiliser. Or switch the cooker off and then turn ON after some time.
E4 – Supply voltage is low. Increase voltage from stabiliser if you are using one. Or else wait for a few minutes till the voltage increases.
E5 – Surface temperature of cooker is too high. Don’t let hot water or vessels rest in cooker top after cooking. Remove any vessel and let the cooker cool down for a few minutes.
E6 – Circuit temperature is high. Internal circuitry is too hot to work. Wait for a few minutes to let it cool down. It may also be a result of malfunctioning fan, which fails in cooling down the internal circuit and device. Blocked air vent also causes this error. Remove any blockage and let the device cool for some time. If the problem persists, call for service.
E7 – Internal temperature sensor is not working properly. You should have to consult a local electronic repair workshop to get it cleared.
E8 – Non usable pot placed in cook top. Use some vessel with magnetic properties.
Whirlpool Error codes
C1 – Low input voltage. Increase voltage with stabiliser or wait for some time.
C2 / C3 – Over heat in device or the surface. Wait a few minutes to let it cool down. If problem persists, you may have to consult repair for replacing temperature sensor.
F0 – Some internal error is there. Wait for some time to see whether it is solved by itself. Or else, call customer care.
F2 – Too hot cooking area. Wait for some time after removing any vessels and try again.
F4 – Place the vessel towards the centre of cooking plate and not near the control panel (switch board).
F8 – Long time in cooking. Your cooker needs some cooling and so, shut it down for a few minutes.
Morphy Richards, Redfyre, Frigidaire, Spring USA Buffet and many other cooker shows similar error codes. For model specific error code meaning and explanation, please comment through comment column below. Hope this post was useful and informative.
Is your electric glass ceramic hob displaying an error code, either when switched off or in use, or when you first switch it on? Are the indicator lights or the display flashing? Discover the possible causes for this fault with this troubleshooting guide.
THE POSSIBLE CAUSES FOR THIS FAULT:
Before you do anything to your appliance, make sure you disconnect it from the power supply.
There is a risk of electric shock.
Wear suitable protective gloves if you need to dismantle anything.
There is a risk of getting cut or injured
The error code is an indication of a heating element fault
The manufacturers of your glass ceramic hob have incorporated a special error code system into your appliance to enable more precise identification of the sources of faults. When an error code is displayed, this actually means that a fault has been detected by the circuit board. Usually, these codes indicate a problem with a heating element (e.g. an issue with a sensor) or the touch panel, or with the circuit board itself. Refer to your hob's user manual to find out the specific meaning of the error code displayed.
The cooking surface is still hot
Siemens Induction Hob Error Code E3
If your electric ceramic hob displays a 'H' when you switch it off, this simply means that the cooking surface is still hot (i.e. over 60°C: a lower-case 'h' indicates moderately hot; a 'H' indicates DEFINITELY TOO HOT TO TOUCH!). You will therefore need to wait a few minutes for the cooking surface to cool before the 'H' goes off.
If, however, the 'H' continues to be displayed, this will likely be due to a fault with the temperature sensor on the inductor. Though you can try replacing this sensor yourself, it is advisable to get help from a qualified technician.
The appliance is displaying '8888' or the entire display lights up then emits a sound ('beep')
Siemens Drive Fault Code List
This normally occurs:
- When water gets underneath the touch panel, regardless of whether the hob is on or off.
- Or when the touch panel area of the cooking surface has not been cleaned properly.
- The issue can even be due to too much light shining on the touch panel (from the cooker hood for example), which can produce a fault and thus cause the appliance to emit a beep.
Thoroughly cleaning the glass ceramic surface and, if necessary, switching off the power to the hob for a few minutes can normally help to restore it to normal operation.