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TERMET ECOCONDENS GOLD 25 - ERROR E01

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  • #1
    piopol
    Level 2  
    Hello,

    Has anyone had a similar problem with this stove, consisting in the very frequent appearance of error E01?
    The same error occurs when heating water and heating the apartment.
    I will mention that the boiler has been installed since August 2015, i.e. it is under warranty and was started by an authorized Termet service technician.

    Cordial in advance for your hints as to what the cause may be.

    greetings
    Peter
  • #2
    kasprzyk
    Electrician specialist
    No ionization current reading - problem with gas, problem with flue gas discharge (chimney), there may also be a damaged plate, dirty probe, damaged gas unit - many things - all you can do is check if the chimney is clogged / frozen somewhere, or check the filter on gas - call the service in other cases.

    After any work on the gas line - check the gas tightness with a suitable device !!
  • #3
    kriskroskris
    Level 10  
    Hello, I also had the same problem today. Termet minimax elegance oven. Also Wroc│aw. Maybe it's the gas thing with us?
  • #4
    piopol
    Level 2  
    For me, the chimney is new and 100% free, the gas filter is clean, so in this situation I call the service.
    At the beginning, i.e. from August, this error did not pop up, but from November it is getting worse.
    To turn on hot water, I have to turn the tap on the battery to the maximum and turn it slightly after time so that the stove can heat up the water.

    I will let you know when they diagnose the problem.
  • #5
    serwis25
    Level 19  
    Correct decision.
    The authorized service will know what to do with this problem.
    greetings
  • #6
    kriskroskris
    Level 10  
    welcome back. Until I don't know how to describe it. In the morning, when ordering a service technician, giving him the error code, he said that he had recently visited several furnaces in Wroc│aw, where they did not fire because the gas filter was clogged. They were putting on some crap. He just left, the whole action lasted 3 minutes. He unscrewed the filter and there were indeed some babrochˇw, but as he said, not enough to clog it completely. At the same time, he stated that there was no gas going at all. We went to the counter, it's in the hall by the coat rack. The main valve is 1.5 m high and my 10-year-old daughter hangs a jacket on the handle from the valve. When I took it off it, it turned out that she turned the valve on and shut off the gas. The case was clarified, the service technician canceled 5 ten for access. Oh, and the matter was clarified :-)
  • #7
    Ricorro
    Level 16  
    error E01 for me Gold Plus 25kW REPAIR changing the position of the plug reverse it and it's ok TESTED!

    Moderated By gulson:

    Report: Rotating the plug does not solve the problem in the case described by the author.
    It only helped this particular user.

  • #8
    KrzysztofPintal
    Level 1  
    It worked for me Thank you !!
  • #9
    rakpoczta
    Level 2  
    I had exactly the same symptom E01, ecocondense gold 20 termet stove, except that I dismantled the stove anyway; for sure the spark generator works, the stove fires, you can see the flame in the combustion chamber. I suspected the flame control electrode because the stove fires but the computer does not see it. I wanted to order and replace it already, but here I found an idea with turning the plug, first thought what it has to do with it. After further attempts, not having the flame control electrode yet, I tried and what started, and so there were many more attempts each time he started. Why was I thinking, cool but there must be a reason for that, 5 years he worked so hooked and suddenly what happened ?? I started to measure the voltage on the flame control electrode on one connection of the plug and the other one, I did not notice a significant difference - the computer ?? As I write this, I don't know it yet.
  • #10
    Ricorro
    Level 16  
    It works !!! Moderator do not pick on nonsense. The CO furnace is sensitive to changing the phase position, and not only termet gold is also different!

    Added after 2 [minutes]:

    a solid phase adapter can also be used
    (removed ad)

    It helps in the case of non-constant phase in ups, power generator, etc. Of course, check this information by phone with the seller - he will provide information! And for pity's sake, don't close the topics, the stupidest thing on this forum, very respectable and needed!

    Moderated By piracik:

    3.1.11. Don't post messages that add nothing to the discussion. They are misleading, dangerous or do not solve the user's problem.
    3.1.10. Do not advertise websites or services in any form.

  • #11
    kasprzyk
    Electrician specialist
    Ricorro wrote:
    It works !!! Moderator do not pick on nonsense. The CO furnace is sensitive to changing the phase position, and not only termet gold is also different!
    !


    Read and understand other people's responses before writing.
  • #12
    Ricorro
    Level 16  
    kasprzyk wrote:
    Read and understand other people's responses before writing.

    right I did not read it, sorry, I return the honor to the moderator!
    however, in many furnaces the same problem is called the solid phase and it also applies to the gold termet, it helps in this case just to reverse the plug or when working on the SF aggregate constant phase
  • #13
    rakpoczta
    Level 2  
    rakpoczta wrote:
    I had exactly the same symptom E01, ecocondense gold 20 termet stove, except that I dismantled the stove anyway; for sure the spark generator works, the stove fires, you can see the flame in the combustion chamber. I suspected the flame control electrode because the stove fires but the computer does not see it. I wanted to order and replace it already, but here I found an idea with turning the plug, first thought what it has to do with it. After further attempts, not having the flame control electrode yet, I tried and what started, and so there were many more attempts each time he started. Why was I thinking, cool but there must be a reason for that, 5 years he worked so hooked and suddenly what happened ?? I started to measure the voltage on the flame control electrode on one connection of the plug and the other one, I did not notice a significant difference - the computer ?? As I write this, I don't know it yet.


    It will be three weeks now and the furnace has never crashed with the E01 message. Out of curiosity, I switched it back to where it had been in the last five years, gave it three tries each time with E01 and Reset.

    I will quote the previous statements;
    "The furnace is an ionization sensor and it is therefore important that L is where it is supposed to be."
    "Usually these are problems with ignition and more with flame detection. The ionization electrode in some boilers goes crazy when the current is not on this side"
    "Most boilers require a phase at terminal L because this potential measures the current flowing through the flame into the housing"
    "If there is a neutral wire on terminal L, the potential between the ionization electrode and the casing will be the same and the boiler will not detect the flame"
  • #14
    AdamGrzybacz
    Level 1  
    Today I had such an event, error E01. It turned out that the condensate water did not flow into the sewage system. After unblocking, everything works.
  • #15
    Tomasz Lew
    Level 22  
    The Vaillant and Immergas boilers, which have been produced for at least several years, work properly after replacing the L and N in the socket or plug. I have checked it myself many times. In both cases, there is voltage between the ionization probe and PE and no errors are displayed. The problems you write about concerned older constructions produced mainly in the Czech Republic. In this country, as in Poland, attempts were made for a certain period of time to impose their own national polarity of the socket, and for this reason there were such problems with some equipment. Devices that should not have a plug are fitted with a cord
  • #17
    ROWE
    Level 34  
    rakpoczta wrote:
    After further attempts, not having the flame control electrode yet, I tried and what started, and so there were many more attempts each time he started. Why was I thinking, cool but there must be a reason for that, 5 years he worked so hooked and suddenly what happened ?? I started to measure the voltage on the flame control electrode on one connection of the plug and the other one, I did not notice a significant difference - the computer ?? As I write this, I don't know it yet.

    Here, someone previously switched on the installation, did not check it later, and then gave the voltage.

    And that is why the "Building Law" mentions the periodic checking of electrical installations (here 1 family houses every 5 years) to counteract such surprises, among others.
    But homeowners hardly remember it, it goes from glitch to breakdown.