Easily Fix Grilla Grills Error Codes

Anyone who doesn’t have a pellet grill may want to look for error codes on the grill. However, due to the complexity of how advanced pellet grills or smokers work, error codes are seen from time to time. Today Grilla Grills error codes are the topic.

Troubleshooting can only be done when you know what the problem is and what causes it. The fact that the grill doesn’t have a wide range of grill units, however, doesn’t mean it’s a bad investment.

Learn & Fix These Grilla Grills Error Codes

Your Grilla grills have only three models of pellet grills currently on the market to smoke and all of these error codes are common to them. Let us understand what they mean so that these error codes can be resolved easily.

FHi Error Code (Food May Be Burning)

Often we are a bit perplexed by how this error is appearing on pellet grills, but it can also alert you, as is the case with this Grilla Grill FHi error code.

This error code will appear on the controller’s screen when your meat probe exceeds 225°. This is to alert you that your food may burn.

But there can be a few reasons for this error code, check it out, the meat probe could be too close to the wall of the pellet grill, or it could be damaged or dirty.

Solution Grilla Grill Troubleshooting

  • Check RTD probe does not touch with metal.
  • Eliminate your meat probe.
  • Make sure the probe wire is not damaged.
  • Clean it with a dry cloth, do not wash it.
  • Fix again the meat probe to normal read out.
  • If the same problem, replace it with a new one and fix it again.

ErH Error Code (Overheating Temperature)

The worst sign is the high temperature in the cooking process. Now your Grylls Grylls starts showing the Grilla Grill ERH error code, it only takes a few moments to completely destroy your hard work.

This basically means that the internal grill temperature of your pellet grill has exceeded 615 degrees Fahrenheit. The pellet grill’s system detects this abnormally high temperature and shuts down the grill.

The biggest reason for this is cleaning the grill at the right time. Some of the reasons are meat probe damage and the control panel malfunctioning.

Solution (Grilla Grills Error Codes)

  • Make sure the meat probe is not bad and the wire is in excellent condition. Clean grill ash using the vacuum cleaner.
  • Make sure the fire pot has no dust.
  • Now restart the grill, and may everything is good.

ErL Error Code (Low Temperature)

The ErL error code you see on grill grates occurs when the system detects a temperature below 150°F for more than 10 consecutive times. The control panel detects this as abnormal and shuts down the unit for protection.

Diagnosing the cause of flame temperature with this brand is a bit difficult as there are many reasons such as no pellets in the hopper, clogged fire pot, carb pellets used, and jammed auger.

If the flame temperature error is appearing, you should be inspected and remember not to restart when you do not know the cause.

Solutions (Grilla Grills Error Codes)

  • Take everything out and start by inspecting the burnt pot.
  • If the burn pot is empty then you are lucky all you have to do is put the wood pellets in the hopper and restart the grill.

But if there are wooden pellets in the fire pot, then your work will increase.

  • First, clean the hopper and make sure there is no moisture in the pellets you are going to use.
  • Clean the auger thoroughly.
  • Fill the hopper with wood pellets and restart the grill unit.
  • Everything will be okay.

The biggest problem of this type is caused by the use of bad wood pellets, pellets with moisture. Therefore, when purchasing wood pellets, choose a quality manufacturer.

Traeger Grill & Pit Boss are pioneers in this area which I love. You can also choose the brand of your choice.

Grilla Grills Operating Erro Codes (But Not)

There are some other codes (C1, C2, C3, C4, & C5) that appear on the control panel display that you need to know.

The pellet smoker from Grilla Grills has a power button on the top left side of the control board. Pressing it will turn on the ignition. Make sure the display is lit and the PDI turn remains at the default 250°F.

If you want to power off, press and hold this button for 3 seconds, if the pellet smoker is old it may take 5 to 6 seconds.

Your pellet grill will now display C5, which means it is in cooldown mode. This will count down C1 before it turns off. And if the pellet grill was at a higher temperature it would display C15 instead of C5.

General Grilla Grills Troubleshooting

There is some hardware in Grilla Grills that are very important to troubleshoot as they will all affect the cooking process and performance.

Flame Goes Out

Basically, flame-out translated to low temperature which is almost always accompanied by an ERL error with this brand.

Extinguishing the fire means that the fire in your grill is out. This always causes a drop in temperature, which signals the control board to ignite, which essentially has a direct connection to the incineration vessel with pellets.

The solution is the same as for the ERL error code, follow the same instructions to solve the flame-out issue.

Frequent Temperature Fluctuate

RTD temperature offset and Meat probe temperature offset is a great feature for any pellet grill setting giving you the ability to adjust the temperature output reading for the thermometer inside your grill.

This is a feature that usually doesn’t need to be adjusted. You should adjust this setting whenever your pellet grill temperature readings show consistent wrong information.

RTD Temperature Offset Troubleshooting

  • Tap on the top right corner of the app. Find RTD offset and select 15% offset.
  • Go to the control board, press and hold the Select button until RT blinks in the bottom left corner.
  • Adjust with the arrow buttons and press to accept.
  • Now choose to increase or decrease the temperature and save it in the app.

I’m cautioning you that RTD Temperature Offset adjustment is the last resort.

RTD Meat Probe Temperature Offset Troubleshooting

  • Tap on the top right corner of the app. Find PROBE offset and select 15% offset.
  • Go to the control board, press and hold the Select button until MP blinks in the bottom left corner.
  • Adjust with the arrow buttons and press to accept.
  • Now choose to increase or decrease the temperature and save it in the app.

Warnning – Meat Probe Temperature Offset adjustment is the last resort.

Auger Trim Settings (High & Low Temperature)

In fact, this is the setting your pellet grill uses when the unit is struggling to keep up with high or low ambient temperatures.

This setting is designed to give you control over feeding the pellets into the auger. Typically this adjustment feature will only be used if your pellet grill is affecting temperature due to the pellets and auger.

Auger Trim Settings Troubleshooting

  • Tap on the top right corner of the app. Select Auger Min feed as default is 9%.
  • Select what percentage of the pellet auger is pushed into the fire pot.
  • Go to the control board, press and hold the Select button until the AU blinks.
  • Adjust with the arrow buttons and press to accept.
  • Now choose to increase or decrease pellet feed and save it in the app.

When Use The Auger Trim Setting; Decrease the trim percentage when the weather is hot and increase the trim percentage when the weather is cold.

Final Verdict

That’s all the information about Grilla Grills error codes. If you see these three errors on your pellet grills control board, you’ll be able to easily figure out how to fix them.

Troubleshooting RTD temperature offset and meat probe temperature offset is very important and critical, so I would recommend you contact customer support before implementing this.

Grilla Grills Customer Support: 616-392-7410

If you want, you can read the article on the problem of Grilla Grills in detail.

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