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Thermador SM272 - Oven not heating after self clean cycle

My oven was working fine till I ran the self clean cycle. Since then the owvn does not seem to heat up. I have someone comign to look at it this evening. I want to make sure I know the areas they should be looking at. What could be the issue?
Yesterday I had this very unhelpful repairman that said the computer is not working but could not explain how he deduced that by just looking at the oven and the schematic and not chekcing anything out. He actually got upset when I asked him how he knew it was the computer....incredible! After self cleaning my oven won't come on

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  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2008

    After seft cleaning my oven did not open and the computer panel is not on what happened?

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2008

    I had the same problem.. once the self clean was used, the oven now does not heat to appropriate temp. I haven't called for service yet. Let me know how it gets resolved!

  • tahoecoach Dec 17, 2008

    I ran the self cleaning cycle on my 30 inch range and now the oven doesn't heat up. All the lights come on and the blower but no heat. It is barely a year old and out of warranty.





  • qinghua2 Jan 29, 2009

    i had the same problem. Before that happened, F10 and F11 showed up on the display board.

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