What to do if a customer's D2 WiFIRE grill produces a "Fan Disconnected" error.
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Induction Fan Replacement Instructions for D2 WiFIRE Grills
The grill's controller displays a message saying, Fan Disconnected. If paired with the Traeger app, the app may also issue a push notification with the same verbiage.
- Fan wiring has disconnected from the back of the controller
- Damage to the fan wiring harness
- Induction fan needs to be replaced
What to Do
- Turn off and unplug the grill.
- Unscrew the controller and pull it out enough to see the wires connected to the back.
- Check if the fan is correctly connected to the controller (connector with the black, red, white, and tan wires).
- See D2 WiFIRE Grill Wiring for additional details on wiring connections on D2 WiFIRE grills.
- Disconnect and reconnect to ensure a solid connection, even if the harness appears to be connected.
- Plug in and power on the grill and check if the error has cleared.
- Remove the bottom or side panel of the hopper so you can view the grill's internal components and locate the induction fan.
- Ignite the grill so you can check if the fan starts spinning.
- If the fan is disconnected, the fan will not spin.
- Proceed based on your findings: