TurboChef - 102807 - Door Hinge (HHB)
F4 Faults are caused by the door switched being out of sequence. This can occasionally blow the 20A Fuse (100599). This fault can be caused by bent door switches (102012 or i1-3207) or faulty hinges.
NGC Left Hinge NGC-1572
NGC Right Hinge NGC-1573
HHB Hinge 102807
Encore / NGO Left Hinge ENC-3015-1
Encore / NGO Right Hinge ENC-3015-2
TurboChef - HHB-8106 - Blower Motor Assembly (HHB / HHB2)
F1 Faults can be caused by a faulty blower or BMSC (CON-7013) in most cases.
Turbochef - 102075 - Hi-Limit Switch - Item #102075
F8 Faults can be caused by a faulty Hi-Limit. If your Hi-Limit continually trips, it could be a faulty SSR (NGC-3005) causing the issue. Each time you have to reset your Hi-Limit it lowers the tolerance , your heaters may stay on and keep heating even when the heat is off. It may keep heating until the Hi-Limit (102075) trips. The SSR may even burn out the IR Element (NGC-3003 or ENC-3002) if it gets hot enough.
TurboChef - NGC-3005 - Dual 40A Solid State Relay (C3D / NGC / i5 / i3 / NGO / HHB / HHB2)
F8 Faults can be caused by a faulty SSR. If your SSR is sticking, your heaters may stay on and keep heating even when the heat is off. It may keep heating until the Hi-Limit (102075) trips. The SSR may even burn out the IR Element (NGC-3003 or ENC-3002) if it gets hot enough.
F2 faults mean the oven is not staying hot enough to cook food. On NGCs Usually it is a top wire that has burnt off, a heater on (NGC-3011 or NGC-3003) has gone bad or a SSR (NGC-3005) isn't operating properly. It can also occur if the door is left open for too long in between cook cycles or the white glass waveguide covers (NGC-3029) are cracked or broken inside the oven.
TurboChef - HHB-8060 - Door Receiver Assembly (HHB) (Replaces HHB-8084
TurboChef - NGC-3083 - Alternate Sound Device (C3 / C3D / NGC / HHB / HHB2)
TurboChef - 100592 - 12 Amp Fuse (C3 / CD3 / NGC / i5 / i3 / NGO / HHB / HHB2)
TurboChef - 102086 - 120F Snap Disc Thermostat
TurboChef - 101273 - 2 Pole Relay (C3D / BULLET / NGC / i5 / i3 / NGO / HHB / HHB2)
F3 Faults - Usually a sign one of your 2 pole relays are bad or faulty. There are a number of things that can cause your relay to be faulty. These include Waveguides, Magnetrons, HV Transformers, and Diodes. If your oven is flashing F3, it could be a blown 20A fuse (Part # 100599)
TurboChef - HHB-3234 - Cooling Fan w/Self Tap Screws Service Kit (HHB / HHB2)
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