Very new unit, on site less than 6 months. Warranty call.
Customer complaint was "F-47 error code", which is a communication error.
Whoever designed the labyrinth has NOTHING on the guys who designed this unit's assembly and reassembly but over the course of time I established that the continuity was was good through all the cables and that none of the loads were going short.
I finally found the fuses referred to in the tech sheet and one of them was blown. Pulling it, I found it was a 25 amp fuse, which is pretty beefy.
So my question becomes: with no loads going short, and all wiring intact, what would make an induction cooktop pull 25 amps long enough to pop a fuse?
My instinct, because this is a warranty gig, was to pop in the induction module (Part number: W10688561
When I go back out with the fuses, is there anything else I could/should check to find out why these fuses went out?