Fault codes, also called error codes or fault codes, allow your device to automatically report an internal malfunction. Below you will find the list of fault codes for your Electrolux oven and their meaning: this will give you an indication to best diagnose the origin of the malfunction of your appliance.
The error code can be read directly on the front panel of your Electrolux oven – cooker. Depending on the model, you can read this code on a display (for example, “Err 01”) or by observing the number of LED flashes (for example: 4 LED flashes = “Err 04”).
Refer to the user manual for your Electrolux appliance to find out the exact meaning of the fault code displayed or the lights that flash. The number of flashes often corresponds to the error code number, but there are specificities linked to each model and brand.
ERROR CODE F0 – ELECTRONIC OPERATION
This fault code indicates that your oven has an electronic problem. The latter can come from poor connections between the cards, or from poor condition of the electronic components (for example: oxidation of a part).
Check the control panel and verify that everything is up to standard. If the problem comes from the control panel, it must be changed.
ERROR CODE F1 – LOCK
This fault code concerns the locking of your oven door. Check your oven door lock and its opening mechanism (example: condition of the hinges).
Furthermore, a short circuit or a power outage may be the cause of this fault code being displayed. In this case, remove the power plug, wait a few minutes, reconnect and see if your oven works normally again.
ERROR CODE F2 – UNLOCKING
This fault code concerns the unlocking of your oven door. Check the condition of your oven lock as well as the closing control motor (behind the enclosure).
Furthermore, a short circuit or a power outage may be the cause of this failure. In this case, remove the power plug, wait a few minutes, reconnect and see if your oven works normally again.
ERROR CODE F3 – MEMORY
If the electronic memory of your appliance is faulty, unplug, wait 5 minutes then reconnect your oven – cooker.
ERROR CODE F4 – TEMPERATURE PROBE
This fault code concerns the temperature sensor of your oven. Check that the ohmic value of your oven probe is between 500 and 600 ohms, at room temperature.
ERROR CODE F5 – OVERHEATING
This fault code corresponds to overheating of your oven. Check that the ventilation is working well and that the air pipe is not blocked. Once the device is turned off, check that the resistances are turned off.
ERROR CODE F6 – OVERHEATING
This fault code also concerns a problem with your oven overheating. You must check the ventilation connections, the electrical connections going back to the electronic card.
ERROR CODE F7 – POWER SUPPLY
Your device has a power supply problem. Check that your oven is properly connected to a power system.
ERROR CODE F8 – POWER CARDS AND DISPLAY
This failure is caused by a transmission fault between the power and display cards. Check the connections. If the fault persists, you will first need to replace the power board of your device.
ERROR CODE F9 – MEMORY
This fault code indicates an electronic memory error. Unplug and plug the device back in after a few minutes.
ERROR CODE F10 – ELECTRONIC VENTILATION CONTROL
This fault code corresponds to the faulty ventilation control (triac), you may have to replace the triac in poor condition on the electronic power board or completely change the board.
ERROR CODE F11 – COOKING SENSOR
This code indicates that your oven’s cooking sensor has a fault. For information, this code is displayed for ovens equipped with a thermostat integrated into the spit.
- Check the condition of the connections and the temperature probe.
- Also check the power board and change it if necessary.
ERROR CODE F12 – STEAM PROBE
Refer to trouble code F4 (above). Also check that the steam probe is working properly if your oven has one.
ERROR CODE F13 – ELECTRICAL OPERATION
See F0 trouble code instructions above.
ERROR CODE F14 – SOFTWARE
This trouble code indicates that your oven has a software problem. Replace the electronic card of your device.
ERROR CODE F21 – TEMPERATURE
This fault code indicates that the temperature of your oven is too high for an automated cycle to start. Your oven must then drop in temperature, wait a few minutes for it to cool before starting a new cycle. Failing that, replace the electronics.
ERROR CODE F22 – TEMPERATURE
This fault code indicates that it is impossible to know the temperature of the oven before an automatic cycle. Turn off your oven, unplug it, then plug it back in. Check the condition of the electronic probe. If after these steps nothing happens, you need to replace the electronics.
FAULT CODE F23 TO F25 AND F27 TO F29 – ELECTRONIC BOARD
These fault codes indicate an electronic card problem. It needs to be replaced.
ERROR CODE E001 – PYROLYSIS
OyroThis fault code is displayed when starting pyrolysis. It indicates that your oven temperature is too high. Check the electronic card and the temperature sensor and replace them if they are worn out.
ERROR CODE E008 – TEMPERATURE PROBE
This fault code indicates that the oven temperature sensor is faulty. Check the probe connector and its ohmic value.
ERROR CODE E020 – TEMPERATURE
This fault code is displayed while using your oven and indicates that the temperature is too high. Check that the requested temperature is indeed that displayed and that it is indeed that observed inside your oven. Check the probe (refer to error code F4) of your oven and replace the electronic card if necessary.
ERROR CODE E021 – LOCKING OR UNLOCKING
This fault code indicates that your oven has a locking or unlocking problem while it is in operation. Check the condition of the temperature probe (refer to error code F4) of your oven as well as the condition of the door lock.
F30 or F31: Open or Shorted Oven Temperature Sensor
These error codes typically relate to problems with the oven temperature sensor (thermistor). F30 indicates an open circuit, while F31 indicates a shorted circuit. These issues can affect temperature control.
F40: Oven Door Lock Failure
F40 indicates a problem with the oven door lock mechanism. It may not be engaging or disengaging properly, which can prevent the oven from operating.
F90: Door Locking Error
F90 suggests a problem with the door lock assembly or circuit. It can affect the oven’s ability to lock the door during self-cleaning cycles.
F91: Communication Error Between Oven Control and Door Lock
F91 indicates a communication problem between the oven control board and the door lock assembly. It may require further diagnosis to determine the specific issue.
F92: Communication Error Between Oven Control and User Interface
F92 points to a communication problem between the oven control board and the user interface. This can affect the interaction with the oven’s settings and controls.
F93: Maximum Oven Door Lock Time Exceeded
F93 indicates that the oven door lock has been engaged for an extended period beyond its maximum allowed time. It may be related to a door lock malfunction or another issue.
F94: Maximum Oven Door Lock Time Exceeded
Similar to F93, F94 suggests that the oven door lock has been engaged for too long. It may require further investigation to determine the cause.
F95: Communication Error with Oven Motor
F95 indicates a communication problem between the oven control board and the oven motor. Issues in this area can affect the motor’s operation and functionality.
F96: Communication Error with Oven Humidity Sensor
F96 points to a communication issue between the control board and the oven humidity sensor. The humidity sensor helps regulate cooking and baking processes, and problems with it can affect cooking results.
F97: Communication Error with Oven User Interface
F97 suggests a communication problem between the oven control board and the user interface. This can affect the interaction with the oven’s settings and controls.
F98: Communication Error with Oven EEPROM
F98 indicates a communication problem with the oven’s EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory), which stores important data for the oven’s operation. Communication issues with the EEPROM can affect the oven’s functionality.
F99: Unknown Error
Error F99 is a general error code indicating an unknown issue or an unspecified problem with the oven or stove. It may require further diagnosis to pinpoint the specific problem.