Well, what does it mean to reprogram the electronics and how to do it? Because I already have two fields with E4 error. I noticed that the two small capacitors are convex, and they are responsible for small fields, i.e. those that do not work (error E4). Could they be the cause of the E4 error? Apparently, E4 is a "non-functioning field", and there can be many reasons, from electronics to a blown inductive field.
Here's how to reprogram GKST 60414, but it's probably a damaged cooking zone.
, but you probably did not include the reprogramming instructions for the disc.
I took a colleague today for the record and after replacing the capacitors unchanged. The disc does not work anymore. Resistance of both good large and small heating fields is the same and amounts to about 1.45? (measured in places marked in red). It follows that the heating fields are good. We compared the parameters of power transistors (marked in blue) with small fields and large fields and are the same. After changing the control wires also unchanged, error E4 is still there. How does power transistors work at all? There is one on 3 feet and one on 4 feet. Do you have an idea what could be unreliable?
Gentlemen, I gave the entire electronic heating field for measurements and everything is supposedly working, and these two fields are not working. The calibration does not give anything, the letter "C" is still blinking. Is measuring the resistance of this heating wire sufficient to check the correctness of operation? I do not know how to fix it and I will probably be forced to buy a new heating field, the entire module including electronics. Do you have any ideas yet? If these fields are to fall so quickly, I do not recommend induction, because no savings.
Hello all. I have had the same E-4 error for a year since yesterday on two heating fields. I tried to reconfigure (according to the instructions given above) and nothing, although actually on the 2 non-working fields shows "C" instead of "-". I tried to put fields in place and not set up, but it also did not do anything. In the reverse, also in the place of not working, working and nothing.
It seems that the control has fallen. Do you have any more suggestions? I found a website in Wroclaw "Darjus" on the Polish website of the manufacturer, do you have any experience with it? Has anyone managed to eliminate it in any way? greetings
Thanks to Grzeg0, I tried different combinations, always flashing "C" and unfortunately nothing happens. Today, at the urging of my wife, I finally called to the service, they said it was a damaged field and that they will come to replace it, happiness in disguise that I have 2 + 2 guarantees, so I have a partial warranty. Unfortunately, they want about 100 for labor. We will see what will happen next, let me know how they will succeed. greetings
kindra let me know if they have replaced the whole element or only the heating field (this copper wire). My field lies at the electronics and what would not check it all is good, and the motherboard does not work, I set up just like you, but I do not have a guarantee anymore. The cost of the whole element, including electronics, was estimated at PLN 280 / unit. I will check the resistors and will only have to buy a new disc, or wait until the third box is damaged and I will buy a new one this time, because Teka's parts are probably only on the site.
Hello. For me there was a service, they exchanged two heating fields (all: winding + electronics) - fortunately I had them under warranty. I asked about the cost of the new field is PLN 300, so after the warranty, if the 3 fields are damaged, it is probably unprofitable. Of course, you can repair yourself, as a colleague wrote - thanks for your valuable comments (probably after the guarantee I will do this). Apparently the damage is related to voltage drops. Perhaps there is a defective sensor "detecting" the pot, because once I managed to configure the damaged field so that there was no error E-4, but all the time was the message no pot.
I am coming back to the problem, because one of the fields with the 33? resistor has been replaced, so I decided to replace the resistors at 39? / 3W in all fields and the stairs started. When the fields are taken out, the next ones fall over and over again. Is the fact that there is no one field in the disc (it is physically removed) that can cause the resistor to fall? Why do they fall when there is no field?
Hello all. I would like to add something from myself. In my 2 plus 2 warranty, I had the three fields listed, of course the error message E4 was earlier. However, after the warranty showed me this error in the last box. I took out this field was a damaged 39? resistor and there were no visible signs of damage, I replaced it with something stronger with similar resistance and the field works without any other configurations. I think the disadvantage of these boards is that.
Hey. For me, in GKST6014 E4 appeared on a large EGO field 75.08010.200, ie 23000W. I measured the resistor in this field (without desoldering) - it is 15? according to the bar code - brown, green, black. How to check in a circuit on the mV transistor? Determination of transistor GAM 634 - I can not find the pin markings. Graetz rectifier bridge checked-good. I noticed in the power supply convex 470?F / 25V capacitors. Is there anything else you can do. Is it possible to buy and exchange the above mentioned box, where can it be and is it profitable?
Well, in my last month two fields were dropped - large and small. Earlier, still on the warranty, one field was mentioned. The cost of a large field is 290 PLN, a small 280 PLN in the service. It's probably better to buy a new album - just what brand, so that there are no surprises? If this is the case with induction hobs, it is better to give them peace and go to gas.
gsg , I tested different combinations when the resistors fell on me and the disc will work on two fields, provided that you have the left small field mounted, no matter if it works or not. I do not know why, but I had to have this field inserted, and then it worked. There is nothing to be afraid of, I started this record a dozen times, until I replaced the 5W ceramic resistors. Try it, maybe you can fix it yourself.