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Troubleshooting the elecontro® oven controller
Introduction
When it comes to home appliance controllers, elecontro® is a well-known brand that offers controllers for ovens, stoves, air fryers, and refrigerators on the market! But even if your elecontro® controllers are designed and built by a reputable company, t
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When it comes to home appliance controllers, elecontro®  is a well-known brand that offers controllers for ovens, stoves, air fryers, and refrigerators on the market! But even if your elecontro® controllers are designed and built by a reputable company, that doesn't mean they're invincible or free from failure. Of course, this includes the elecontro oven controllers you might be using now.
Fortunately, most of the common problems you encounter are minor, including faulty components, which you can easily replace yourself. However, when your oven fails, you may also experience problems with the oven's main control panel, which can lead to expensive repairs. Below, we'll discuss some of the issues we've seen with elecontro®  oven controllers and what you can do to try and fix them. That being said, major appliance repairs like a malfunctioning controller are best left to a professional repair service rather than trying to do it yourself.

Common Controller Problems

After entering the "starting state", if the temperature sensor is open or short-circuited, it will exit the "starting state" and the buzzer will alarm until the user clicks the "Cancel" button, the upper tube sensor is open-circuit fault, and the display shows "E1" (at the time position Display); lower tube sensor open fault, the display shows "E2"; upper tube sensor short-circuit fault, the display shows "E3"; lower tube sensor short-circuit fault, the display shows "E4". If the temperature sensor is normal in the "starting state", but the temperature does not rise within 60s after the upper and lower tubes are turned on for heating, the heating tube or the relay is judged to be faulty, and the "starting state" will be exited immediately, and the buzzer will alarm until the user clicks "Cancel" " button, the display shows "E5" (the upper tube sensor shows the upper tube position when the upper tube sensor is wrong, and the lower tube position is displayed when the lower tube sensor is wrong)
If you confirm that the problem is with the controller, then I still recommend that you contact a professional maintenance team, they can correctly know which part of your oven has the problem. And the oven not working is the reason for the controller or components, and they make sure that the parts you repurchase are the correct specific make and model.