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Hema Ritchie
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Quote Hema Ritchie Replybullet Topic: Error Code E5 in Pigeon Induction Stove
    Posted: 23-Mar-2011 at 3:31pm
Can anyone please help me with my Pigeon Electric Stove?? I am getting en error E5 in the display often :(...There is no help with the error codes in user manual too...

 
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Quote Viji Replybullet Posted: 23-Mar-2011 at 3:40pm
Hello Hema....It is a pity that Pigeon has not given what these error code means in their user manual. I had a hard time figuring out these error codes when I first started using the electric stove.

E5 or E0 means that the stove is getting overheated. You have to reduce the temperature for it to stop. It goes on with few beeps and then stops.
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Quote Hema Ritchie Replybullet Posted: 23-Mar-2011 at 4:20pm
u r right viji....the error vanished when i lowered the temp....thanks for the great help....i thought there was some great problem with my stove...
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Quote Viji Replybullet Posted: 23-Mar-2011 at 4:21pm
An useful tip with the pigeon induction stove to last longer....

Whenever you turn off the power button on the stove, please wait for the fan inside to stop spinning (u ll hear it from the noise) before turning off the main power from the switch. The fan would cool all the components inside the stove pushing the heat out which would make the stove last longer
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