|E1||An E1 reading typically means that your PIC does not detect cookware on its surface. This can occur for one of two reasons.
1. Have you placed a pot or pan on the unit? The induction coils contained within the PIC will only work when they are in direct contact with a piece of cookware. To maintain your appliance’s effectiveness, always ensure that it rests on a flat surface and that contact is consistent with your cookware.
2. An E1 message may also occur if your chosen cookware is not induction-ready.
|E2||The unit is malfunctioning. Contact customer service.|
|E3||The units voltage is too low. Minimum = 85 volts|
|E4||The units voltage is too high. Maximum = 144 volts|
|E5||The unit is malfunctioning. Contact customer service.|
|E7||Overheating, or air ventilation is obstructed. If internal temperature exceeds 230* F, operation will cease and a “beep” noise will be produced. Press “Pause/Clear" twice. Wait for the unit to cool.|
|E8||Overheating, if unit exceeds a temperature 20° F higher than sear, the appliance will turn off. Contact customer service.|
|FULL||In programming mode, when the total entered time reaches the appliance’s limit of 99:60, no additional stages can be inputted.|