Question about Ovens
When this intermittent problem appears, our oven will not heat, broil nor clean. However, there is no error code, the display pretends the function is engaged properly, the cooling fan turns on, the door locks (in the case of the self clean mode).
This problem will sometimes disappear by fiddling between modes, or turning off the circuit breaker for over an hour, but there is never a sure way to make it go away. Today, I have tried everything and turning to you for a *permanent* solution.
What is going on? What should be repaired or replaced to fix the problem?
You need to give us the model number. Check that the air flow switch in the electronics compartment is actually picking up.Other wise you may be having a problem with the relay board. Post the number so we may be able to offer more help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Nov 06, 2013 | Thermador Ovens
Before you go working too hard to get you oven to go into the self clean mode(self destruct)....check out this tip...
Self Cleaning Oven Problem
" Wish I had read this first. I never would have used the self cleaning option. Thanks for the info!!
Dec 23, 2010 | Thermador Ovens
Never use Self-Cleaning!!! It will fry components, melt connectors, and burn wires. If you have violated this rule and an oven no longer works, it is probably not a bad element if neither the bake nor the broil work. It is likely the high heat cut out breaker.
On a Thermador CT 227 double oven, there is a panel on the right side (facing the unit) that is about 3 inches wide and runs from top to bottom held in place by about 6 or 8 screws. Turn off the power, slide the unit out of the kitchen cabinet, remove the sheet metal panel and you will see two high heat cut out breakers. They have a small red button in the center that resets the breaker. Push firmly and you should hear a click. If there is no click, check the unit for continuity. If it is open and the button push does not reset it, the unit may be fried. These breakers trip with high heat and will prevent both elements in an oven from heating. If the breaker is good, you'll have to test the leads to each element and then trace the dead lead to the problem.
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