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Do you have the part number that you put in?
OK that board never solves that issue, you actually need to replace this one, I would order it from here as you get a 1 year warranty and NO HASSLE returns on installed parts...worth it when buying a super expensive board. That should fix it though they go bad all the time.
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So both boards have been replaced and you still are getting the E39/40 code?
OK so you replaced the very expensive one right?
OK well if you have the old relay board in I would agree with you you need to replace that board and that should correct the issue. I can think of nothing else that would cause that.
I think you are right 100%
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Yes that is not an issue at all, do you know the part you are going to order?
Ok but not all 3 new ones at the same time right? you have an old relay board in it correct
OK so all that is left to put in is the filter board then?
Have you double checked all the cables and reseated all of them?
If you unplug the touchpad do you get the same code?
Do all the elements test good? You may have a bad one causing the error?
OK so there was a damaged capacitor on the new board? I really am having a hard time following you on this as it seems new info keeps coming to light.
Yes but that would mean the board may have been damaged as well so there is not way to even know if the board in it is good
You have to remember the error codes are far from bullet proof,l heck have the time they point you to one thing and it is something else all together especially with Electrolux products. I would say at this point if I were you get a new board ...the one you changed out the capacitor...and return the other one, buy it from Repairclinic.com try it and send it back. It only takes an overvoltage of 10volts to wreck a chip and I think the board you replaced the cap on is bad.
I agree take care
You did not detail the correct button push sequence for clearing the 39 error. You must hold down the warm key, then press the RF zone power key, then press the LF or LR zone power key. Do not let up on the warm key.