Haceb ovens offer precise temperature control and cooking features to enhance your culinary endeavors. Available in built-in and freestanding configurations, these ovens come with spacious interiors and adjustable racks for versatile cooking. Whether you’re baking, roasting, or broiling, Haceb ovens provide consistent and reliable results.
Haceb cooktops come in various styles, including gas and electric options, to accommodate different cooking preferences. These cooktops provide precise temperature control and cooking versatility. Their durable construction and easy-to-clean surfaces make meal preparation a breeze.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The oven can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly. Ensure the door is closed properly and that no obstructions prevent it from latching.
E02: Heating Element Fault
The oven or stove is unable to heat to the set temperature. The heating element or the thermostat might be defective.
E03: Temperature Sensor Error
The oven’s temperature sensor is giving readings outside of expected parameters. The sensor might be faulty or positioned incorrectly.
E04: Oven Fan Fault
The oven’s fan is not operating as expected, potentially leading to uneven cooking. Check for obstructions or consider replacing the fan motor.
E05: Ignition Fault
For gas stoves or ovens, there’s an issue with the ignition system. Ensure the igniters are clean and free of debris.
E06: Control Board Communication Error
The control board is having difficulty communicating with other components in the oven or stove. A reset might help, but if the error persists, the board or connecting cables might be faulty.
E07: Self-Cleaning Error
An error occurred during the self-cleaning cycle. This might be due to door latch issues or temperature inconsistencies during the cycle.
E08: Broiler Element Fault
The oven’s broiler is not heating as expected. This could be due to a faulty heating element or issues with the control board.
E09: Oven Light Fault
The internal oven light is malfunctioning. This might be due to a burned-out bulb, faulty wiring, or issues with the switch.
E10: Power Supply Inconsistency
There’s an inconsistency in the power supply to the oven or stove. Ensure the appliance is properly plugged in and there are no issues with the home’s electrical circuitry.
E11: Cooling Fan Error
The cooling fan, used to prevent the oven’s external surfaces from getting too hot, is malfunctioning. This could be due to a defective motor or control board issues.
E12: Keypad or Touchpad Fault
The keypad or touchpad on the oven or stove is not responding or is giving incorrect inputs. This may require a reset or replacement of the keypad assembly.
E13: Door Lock Error
The oven door lock system, especially important during self-cleaning cycles, is not functioning correctly. Ensure there are no obstructions and the lock mechanism is working properly.
E14: Timer or Clock Error
The built-in timer or clock system in the oven or stove is malfunctioning. It might need a reset, or the control board may require attention.
E15: Gas Valve Fault
For gas ovens or stoves, the gas valve is not opening or closing properly, affecting the gas flow. Check for obstructions and ensure the valve mechanism is functioning correctly.
E16: Preheat Error
The oven takes longer than expected to reach the preheat temperature. This might be due to issues with the heating element, thermostat, or temperature sensor.
E17: Oven Calibration Error
The oven’s temperature calibration is off, leading to overcooking or undercooking. This may require recalibrating the oven’s temperature settings.
E18: Convection Element Fault
The convection element in the oven is not functioning correctly, affecting even cooking. The element or the associated fan might need replacement.
E19: Warming Drawer Error
If the oven has a warming drawer, it’s not maintaining the desired temperature. Check the heating element and sensors associated with the drawer.
E20: Oven Overheating
The oven is exceeding the set temperature, posing a potential hazard. This could be due to a faulty thermostat, temperature sensor, or control board.
E21: Display Board Malfunction
The display board or user interface is not showing the correct information or is unresponsive. Ensure the board is correctly connected and might need replacement if the issue persists.
E22: Sabbath Mode Error
If the oven has a Sabbath mode, there’s an issue activating or deactivating this mode. Check the user manual for the correct procedure and ensure the control board is functioning properly.
E23: Internal Fuse Blown
An internal fuse in the oven or stove has blown, affecting its functionality. Replacement of the fuse and identification of the root cause are essential.
E24: Oven Door Seal Issue
The oven door seal is not providing a tight closure, leading to heat escape. Inspect the seal for damages and consider replacement if needed.
E25: Incorrect Oven Configuration
The oven’s settings or configuration are not set up correctly, leading to operational issues. Refer to the user manual to ensure proper setup.
E26: Element Relay Fault
There’s an issue with the relay that controls the heating elements. This could affect the oven’s ability to heat properly. Check the relay connections and consider replacement if faulty.
E27: Power Surge Detected
The oven or stove detected a power surge which could potentially damage internal components. Ensure the appliance is connected to a surge protector and check other appliances for similar issues.
E28: Control Panel Lock Error
The control panel lock feature, which prevents unintended use, is malfunctioning. Reset the oven and consult the user manual for correct locking/unlocking procedures.
E29: Burner Ignition Failure
For gas stoves, a particular burner is having difficulty igniting. Check for obstructions, dirt, or debris around the igniter and ensure there’s proper gas flow.
E30: Oven Cavity Temperature Imbalance
The temperature inside the oven is not uniform, leading to uneven cooking. This could be due to issues with the convection fan or heating elements.
E31: Child Safety Lock Malfunction
The child safety lock feature is not engaging or disengaging correctly. Reset the oven and consult the user manual for the correct operation of this feature.
E32: Delay Start Error
The delay start feature, which allows users to set the oven to start at a later time, is malfunctioning. Ensure the time settings are correct and consider resetting the oven.
E33: Oven Rack Recognition Error
The oven cannot correctly identify the position of the oven racks, which might impact certain cooking modes. Ensure the racks are positioned correctly and that any sensors are clean and unobstructed.
E34: Oven Calibration Limit Exceeded
The oven’s temperature calibration adjustments have exceeded the allowable range. Recalibration to factory settings might be necessary.
E35: Cooktop Overheat Error
A particular burner or zone on the cooktop is overheating, posing a potential hazard. Ensure there’s no debris or spillage causing this and check the heating element or burner for malfunctions.