Like other devices and gadgets, Hisense ovens also experience errors for different reasons. Hisense washing machines have an error code mode that supports troubleshooting errors. Understanding the meaning of all these error codes is essential to diagnose and fix them correctly.
Once you know the codes, you can quickly eliminate the issue. Learning to troubleshoot accurately matters more, so I will look into the different codes and explain how to resolve each.
Note that the different models of Hisense ovens come with varying error codes to signify varying issues. In this guide, I will help you understand how best to interpret the different codes and what to do when it comes.
|Error Code||Meaning/ Interpretation|
|Err01||Occurs when the oven temperature sensor fails. Disconnect PT1000 probe.|
|Err02||Occurs when the oven meat probe fails. Short on meat probe.|
|Err03||This happens when the communication between the user interface and the power board fails.|
|Er004||This signifies that the touch sensor failed on the user interface. It occurs when there is damage to the foil connectors on the UI board. The error is displayed only when the user presses the failed touch sensor. You need to disconnect one or both touch connectors from the UI board to fix it.|
|Err005||Shows up when there is an Overheating of the user interface. The error is displayed only when a user attempts to activate the Self Clean function. Until the error is cleared, Self Clean becomes disabled, but the user can use any other parts. The user can again use the Self Clean function when the error is cleared. To fix it, you need to unplug the power connector from the door lock motor|
|Err 006||This error signifies a self-cleaning door lock failure. The error is displayed only when a user tries to activate the Self Clean function. The error hinders all other functions, and the oven can only work when everything else has been fixed. You must unplug the power connector from the door lock motor to do so.|
|Err007||This happens when there is a failure of the power board relay supply. When the error happens, you cannot use it. To fix it, you need to replace the Power Board|
|Err008.||This error occurs when there is an overheating of the power board. It will display and affect all the oven functions. When the error is cleared, the user can use the appliance.|
|Err10||This is a Self-clean heat-up fail error.
The self-cleaning set temperature needed to be reached in sufficient time. Error is displayed, and the Self Clean function must stop. You can use the appliance and Self-clean function again when the error is cleared. To do so, Pull out the PT1000 sensor from the oven. Next, leave it at ambient temperature and run the Self-clean function.
|F1||Refers to an error code indicating a problem with the electronic oven control (EOC). This faulty sensor indicates a loose wiring connection or a problem with the control panel could cause it.|
|F2||This error code shows a problem with the oven temperature sensor. It also indicates the presence of a faulty sensor, which can signify a loose wiring connection and a problem with the control panel, another cause of|
|F3.||This error code indicates a problem with the oven door latch assembly. It can also happen when the latch is faulty or when there is a loose wiring connection. Sometimes, it could be due to a problem with the control panel.|
|F5||This error code indicates a problem with the oven’s control board. A faulty control board, a loose wiring connection, or a problem with the control panel could cause it.|
|Err14||The error occurs when the cooktop activation during the active Self Clean function happens. The SW must sense an error when it is detected. When Error 14 is detected, the Self Clean function stops and displays the error on the UI. You need to activate Cooktop switches 1-5.|
|Err15||This is a zero cross failure on the power board. The Error is displayed when it is detected, all oven functions stop, and you cannot use the appliance until the error is cleared. To fix it, disconnect OP1 pin four from the power board.|
|E0||This error occurs in various cases. First, it shows when the temperature sensor PT100 is damaged and when the circuit has a problem. It could also happen when there is poor contact between the connector of the temperature sensor PT100 and the CN20 position of the circuit board. Thirdly, the error displays when the IC at the IC5 position of the circuit board is damaged.|
|E1||This error occurs when the door status detection switch is damaged. It may also occur when the door detection switch wire group plug, and the connector at the CN16 position of the circuit board may cause a poor connection. Third, the error may also occur when the circuit and circuit board components are damaged.|
To fix the different error codes, your best shot would be to reset the control panel. To do this, you have to reset the oven’s control panel. Do this by pressing and holding the Start and Stop buttons for five seconds. This should clear most of the errors and allow a new reset.
However, some of the errors might be too stubborn, which means having a qualified technician check the oven. I always advise dealing with technicians and professionals since ovens can be delicate. It is especially not advisable to handle any electric components on your own.
Feel free to call the repair expert whenever your Hisense oven displays an error you are unsure about. Seeking professional assistance is your best shot at handling the errors safely.
What’s more, if a warranty still covers the Hisense oven, you must have support from the company in case something goes off. Any attempt to fix errors on your own could void the warranty. After all, the company can tell if the oven has a manufacturing error and replace it.