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Err6 The Ignitor output fuse has blown • Ignitor shorted out or bad.
The machine sense only knows the ignitor circuit is open. Both a blown (open) ignitor fuse and bad (open) ignitor present code 6. Likely the ignitor is open(bad). Re-check fuse first.
Remove fuse and test fuse with an ohm meter... do not guess by just looking at it. If fuse is not open then likely the ignitor is open (blown). To verify ignitor, disconnect ignitor and test with ohm meter, likely it is infinite (open).
If both fuse and ignitor test good (not open), then control board is suspect... further testing required.
Posted on Feb 22, 2019
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Posted on Feb 22, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your stove doesnt have any internal fuses. if you are not getting "any" of the units to get fully hot, then you might have a house fuse that has blown or a breaker that has tripped. it is also possible that the cord has a burnt connection at the rear of the unit where it connects to the units block.
if you only have no heat in the oven, then you may have just a burnt out bake element.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: Error 9-363 Xerox code
Yes Its on the rotary pwb. Its behind the IOT pwb. Basically at the top left hand corner as you look at the rear of the machine. I think it is a 3 amp slow blow but cant quite remember. Definately slow blow though. Sometimes if you meter them they can read ok but as soon as a load is passed through them the fuse cant hold the charge and fails. It is the 2 fuses that are harder to get at, may as well change all 3 whilst your there. The rating for the fuse is written on them. Worst case is the developer motor has seized, taking it off an putting it back on again usually remedies this, but its a bit more awkward to get to. Fuses first
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
my power outlets in my 99vw beetle don't work. i changed the fuse for the cigarette lighter and it still doesn't work. help
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
You can do some troubleshooting by looking at the glass fuse after it has failed. If the element looks melted and there is no other discoloration, then the fuse probably blew as a result of an overload somewhere. If the fuse is burned black, then it's probably a short in the system.
You can meter the motors to see if they are shorted anywhere or open.
It sounds like you may be correct about the circuit board.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
this only occured when the ambient light sensor turned on the headlights when it got to dark. if that is happening then check the headlight switch, the one that also dims the interior lights. mine had a burnt connector and fried the circuit board. replaced it and it works good. check for lose wires and connectors in there as well which likely caused the short.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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