Hisense ovens offer precise temperature control and versatile cooking options. Whether you’re baking, roasting, or broiling, these ovens consistently deliver excellent results. The spacious interiors and convection cooking technology make preparing a variety of dishes a breeze. Hisense ovens add a modern touch to your kitchen with their sleek design.
Hisense cooktops come in various styles, including gas, electric, and induction, offering cooking versatility and responsive temperature control. These cooktops are built to last, making meal preparation efficient and enjoyable.
E01: Door Sensor Fault
The oven can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly. Ensure the door is securely closed, and inspect the sensor for any potential damage or misalignment.
E02: Heating Element Malfunction
The oven’s heating element isn’t reaching the desired temperature. Check the element for visible damages or consider having its electrical connections inspected.
E03: Temperature Sensor Error
The sensor monitoring the oven’s internal temperature is producing inconsistent readings. Ensure the sensor is positioned correctly and free from damage.
E04: Ignition Fault
The stove burners are having trouble igniting. Ensure there’s no debris blocking the burners and that the gas flow is consistent.
E05: Control Panel Issue
The control panel isn’t responding or is producing erratic behavior. Try resetting the oven by disconnecting it from power for a few minutes. If the issue persists, the control board may need inspection.
E06: Fan Malfunction
The oven’s internal fan, responsible for even heat distribution, is not operating correctly. Check for any obstructions and ensure the fan’s motor is in good condition.
E07: Timer Error
The oven’s timer is not counting down or setting correctly. This could be a software glitch or an issue with the internal clock mechanism. A reset may be required.
E08: Broiler Element Issue
The broiler element in the oven is not heating up as it should. Inspect the element for any signs of wear or damage, and ensure its electrical connections are secure.
E09: Oven Light Fault
The internal oven light isn’t functioning correctly. Consider replacing the bulb or checking the connections leading to the light fixture.
E10: Gas Valve Error
There’s an issue with the gas valve controlling the flow of gas to the burners. Ensure there are no obstructions, and if the problem persists, professional inspection might be necessary.
E11: Self-Cleaning Mode Fault
The oven’s self-cleaning feature is not operating as expected. Ensure the oven door is securely locked and that there are no large spills or debris inside the oven before activating this mode.
E12: Cooling Fan Error
The cooling fan, which prevents the oven’s external surfaces from becoming too hot, seems to be malfunctioning. Check the fan for obstructions or signs of wear.
E13: Keypad Malfunction
One or more buttons on the oven’s keypad aren’t responding. Ensure the keypad is clean and free of obstructions. If the issue persists, the keypad may need replacement.
E14: Oven Calibration Error
The oven’s temperature calibration is off, resulting in cooking temperatures that don’t match the set values. Refer to the user manual for calibration instructions, or consider seeking professional assistance.
E15: Circuit Board Communication Error
Internal components of the oven are having difficulty communicating. This may be due to a faulty control board or potential wiring issues. A professional technician may be required to diagnose the problem.
E16: Oven Overheat
The oven’s internal temperature has exceeded safe limits. Ensure the ventilation areas around the oven are clear and allow the oven to cool. Consider testing with a standalone oven thermometer to verify temperature accuracy.
E17: Flame Failure
The stove burner’s flame isn’t consistent or goes out unexpectedly. Ensure there’s no draft in the room and that the gas flow is uninterrupted. Cleaning the burner might also help.
E18: Power Surge Detected
The oven has detected a sudden change in the power supply. This could be due to a general electrical issue in your home. It’s recommended to use surge protectors for appliances to prevent potential damage.
E19: Door Lock Mechanism Fault
The oven’s self-cleaning mode requires the door to be locked, but the locking mechanism isn’t engaging properly. Ensure there’s no debris preventing the lock and consult the user manual for further instructions.
E20: Preheat Function Issue
The oven isn’t preheating within the expected time frame. This could indicate a heating element issue or a problem with the oven’s internal sensors. Verification with a standalone oven thermometer might provide more insights.
E21: Child Safety Lock Malfunction
The child safety lock feature isn’t engaging or disengaging correctly. Ensure the keypad is free from any obstructions and refer to the user manual for the correct locking procedure.
E22: Oven Door Seal Deterioration
The seal around the oven door appears to be deteriorating, causing potential heat loss. Inspect the seal for damages and consider replacing it to ensure efficient cooking and safety.
E23: Gas Odor Detected
A potential gas leak is suspected within the stove. Turn off the stove immediately, ensure proper ventilation, and seek professional help. Avoid using flames or electrical devices nearby.
E24: Uneven Cooking
The oven is not distributing heat evenly, leading to uneven cooking. Ensure that the internal fan is functioning and that there’s no obstruction inside the oven causing uneven heat distribution.
E25: Warming Drawer Error
The oven’s warming drawer isn’t maintaining the expected temperature. Check the drawer’s heating element and ensure that its ventilation slots are unobstructed.
E26: Stove Knob Fault
One or more knobs controlling the stove burners aren’t responding correctly or feel loose. Ensure they are properly attached and free from debris or damage.
E27: Automatic Shut-off Error
The oven’s automatic shut-off feature, designed for safety after prolonged usage, isn’t working as expected. This may require a control board inspection or reset.
E28: Internal Light Dimming
The internal oven light appears dimmer than usual, indicating a potential bulb lifespan issue. Consider replacing the internal light bulb.
E29: Delayed Start Failure
The oven’s delayed start feature isn’t functioning correctly. This could be due to a control board issue or a timer malfunction. Check settings and reset the oven if necessary.
E30: Oven Rack Detection Error
The oven can’t detect the presence or position of its racks correctly. Ensure racks are properly placed, and the detection sensors are free from obstructions or damage.
E31: Convection Mode Fault
The convection mode of the oven isn’t functioning as expected. Ensure the convection fan operates correctly and there’s no debris obstructing its motion.
E32: External Surface Overheating
The external surface of the oven is hotter than expected. This could be due to an internal fan issue or insulation deterioration. Avoid touching the oven and allow it to cool down before inspecting.
E33: Grill Function Malfunction
The grill or broiler function of the oven isn’t heating correctly. Check the grill element and its connections for potential faults.
E34: Power Supply Inconsistency
The oven detects inconsistent power supply, which might lead to cooking inefficiencies. Ensure the oven’s power source is stable and consider checking the power cable and outlet.