THERMADOR Error Code E5
Professional Ranges Models: PDR30/36/48…PRG30/36/48
|CODE E5||Turns all heat and micro off. Error will remain in display until repaired and powered up. No error tones.||Control board too cold or too hot, repair the electronic range control (also called clock or ERC)|
The control continually keeps an eye on system specifications for control and oven failures and also reports a mistake code when a system trouble is spotted. The control makes use of the ovens blue «on light» and oven «home heating light» to report an identified fault code. The control will certainly remain to flash the lights in the ideal series as long as the fault exists.
Discovery of a mistake does not hinder the capability of the control to continue to function if the mistake is not important for the designated operation. For instance: If the range door lock is faulty, the variety will certainly remain to cook given that the mistake would only prevent the variety from self-cleaning.
HOW TO TRANSLATE CODES
When a fault happens, the control will blink the blue stove «on light» and also the Blue «home heating light» sequentially to show the mistake. The fault codes have two numbers, these numbers are interpreted by the number of times the lights blink. The stove «on light» will blink suggesting the first number, as well as the «heating light» will certainly blink indicating the 2nd number.
Error E9 is … No Cooling Followers. The code is 43. The oven «on light» will certainly blink 4 times, after that the «home heating light» will certainly blink 3 times, after that time out. The sequence will certainly after that repeat as long as the fault is present.
MISTAKE CODES FOR OVENS WITH DREEFS CONTROL
The adhering to graph shows the mistake codes that can be presented in the Oven/Selector window throughout particular oven malfunctions. A few of the mistake messages can be removed by performing the adhering to steps:
|ERROR MESSAGE||ERROR CODE NOTES||DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM|
|E1||C&E||Control board problem.|
|E2||G&K||Cook or Clean mode runaway (temp >635 °F)|
Clean mode runaway (clean temp +32 °F).
|E3||A&H||Open oven temperature sensor (>5000 Ω).|
|E4||A&H||Shorted oven temperature sensor (<5000 Ω).|
|E5||K&D||Control board too cold, too hot, or defective.|
|E6||C&J||Control board problem.|
|E7||A&I||Illegal temperature display. Turn off oven and try again.|
|E8||A&D||Control board problem.|
|E9||A&E||Latch switch problem.|
|E10||B&D||Control board problem.|
|E11||A&F||CT oven – latch switch problem|
|E12||A&E||CT ovens – latch switch problem|
|E13||A&C||CT ovens – latch frozen or no power to latch motor.|
CMT ovens – control board not converted (refer to page 3-7 for conversion data).
|E14||A&E||Latch switch problem.|
|E15||B&D||Control board problem.|
|ERROR CODE NOTES||DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM|
|A||Turns heat off on the failed oven only; microwave not affected.|
|B||Turns all heat off; microwave not affected.|
|C||Disables the CLEAN mode in both ovens; allows COOK and microwave.|
|D||Error will remain in the display until oven is repaired and powered back up. No error tones.|
|E||Turning the oven off stops the error and flashing display. Can tweak away the error code. Error is redisplayed only if the selector is turned to CLEAN.|
|F||Tweaking clears to “—“ for retry.|
|G||Clears when the oven temperature is less then the runaway temperature with the selector switch off.|
|H||Can be cancelled by tweaking if a good sensor is detected.|
|I||Cleared with a mode change.|
|J||Can be tweaked away for immediate retry. User must unlatch and delete the “—“ to try to relatch the door.|
|K||Turns heat and microwave off.|
|L||If two switches show a locked door, then E13 and LOCK are permanent in the display (in all modes). If the two switches show an open door, tweak away the E13 error message.|