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Pot Displays E6 Error Code

On digital display, E6 Error appears while cooking or upon initial power up.

Steam Release Valve

Check steam release valve to ensure that it opens properly to allow excess steam to exit. Any build up within the valve or the valve cover can cause the valve to malfunction.

For more details see Steam Release Valve Replacement Guide.

Device Needs Reset

Unplug power cord and reconnect, resetting the internal system.

For more details see Power Cord Installation Guide.

Unit Too Hot

Try removing pot from unit and letting cool outside. If the unit was previously on a saute/brown cycle it may be too hot to seal properly.

Sediment In Bottom Of Pot

Stir the contents of the pot causing sediment to lift the sediment from the bottom of the pot. Heavy sediment can give a false error even if there is enough liquid inside.

For more details see Owner's Manual.

Pot Fails to Power On

When pot is plugged in, there is no indication of power on digital display.

Internally Damaged Power Cord

Ensure power cord is fully connected to an appropriate outlet and crock pot input, LED interface panel should be lit.

For more details see Power Cord Installation Guide.

Pot Overheats

While cooking, pot becomes excessively hot causing burning or error codes.

Steam Release Valve Malfunction

Check steam release valve to ensure that it opens properly to allow excess steam to exit. Any build up within the valve or the valve cover can cause the valve to malfunction.

For more details see Steam Release Valve Replacement Guide.

Bobber Valve Malfunction

Check Bobber Valve for proper operation, ensure the valve opens and closes properly and that all parts are present.

For more details see Bobber Valve Replacement Guide.

Pot Fails to Heat Up

When pot is turned on to a cooking cycle, it fails to gain appropriate heat to execute selected cycle.

Improperly Installed/Damaged Seal

Take off the lid, flip the lid over, and ensure the rubber seal is fully secured against retaining ring and seal is not damaged.

For more details see Sealing Ring Replacement Guide.

Heating Element Not Operating to Specification

Turn device on to any heating cycle for about 35 seconds. Carefully remove pot from outside shell revealing the heating element in the bottom of the pot. Heating element on bottom of cooker should feel warm to the touch.

For more details see Heating Element Replacement Guide.

Pot Over Pressurizes

While cooking, pot over pressurizes and throws error code.

Steam Release Valve Malfunction

Ensure that the steam release valve is clean and operates properly to allow pressure to release when necessary.

For more details see Steam Release Valve Replacement Guide.

Pot Leaks Water

While cooking, water puddles around and underneath pot.

Pot Improperly Assembled

Ensure all pot components are properly installed on the crockpot.

For more details see Owner's Manual.

Improperly Installed Condensation Collector

Ensure that the Condensation Collector is attached and fits snug.

Condensation Collector Damaged

Check for any exterior damage to the condensation collector.

For more details on Condensation Collector location see Owner's Manual.

For more details see Condensation Collector Replacement Guide.

3 Comentarios

Overall, great start! Here are some items to fix:

The quote marks allow you italicize. Remove them except for the summary underneath each heading, e.g., Kindle 7th Generation Troubleshooting

Put a space between the equals signs and the characters: ===Sediment In Bottom Of Pot===

This will get you your subheading formatting.

Don’t randomly capitalize nouns, e.g., “Device.”

Read for grammatical errors, e.g.: “"Stir the contents of the pot causing sediment to lift the bottom of the pot. Heavy sediment can give a false error even if there is sufficient liquid inside"

Try to incorporate a specific replacement for each troubleshooting section. Then, we can link to the guides later by embedding the hyperlink on those components that are suggested need to be replaced.

Alyson Eggleston - Contestar

My pressure release started releasing steam before the cycle was done - On its own. Its never done that before… is this common or is it a problem?

Marc Hetling - Contestar

I've tried resetting my instapot. Continually gives e6 error…

Sherri Mauk - Contestar

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