Viking Electric oven beeping saying EOCGT v36 premiere poweringup
After using the oven tonight for 2 hours baking pies my new oven
electric premiere designer series has been beeping constantly and says across the digital screen.
It says EOCGT v36 premier single powering up
It won't start, or anything.
The same error code is appearing and beeping every 2 seconds
It won't stop.
I checked circuit breaker and they are fine. I did have the door open to the oven after baking to warm the kitchen on a cold rainy night. Then this beeping started
Re: Viking Electric oven beeping saying EOCGT v36...
Sounds like leaving the door open has possibly cooked the controller. I would try a power cycle - power off at fuse for 5 minutes, then reapply power. If this doesn't clear it, you may need a new controller for it.
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Same problem here on JKP15WOW1WW. The cycle starts like this:
1) Open circuit Breaker
2) Open oven panel and push ribbon connector to ERC. Replace planel.
3) Close circuit breaker
4) Run to oven, notice clock flashing some time but not 12:00 and start Bake. Bake button beeps and starts bake coil.
5) Within 5 minutes hear a beep and all buttons on panel are unresponsive. Bake continues. if oven light is on it continues to glow. Only button that responds with a beep (and not to clear bake or oven light) is Clear botton.
Sorry for the cookies have you tried going to the viking web site and downloading a manual on your oven. Usually they will explain how to calibrate the oven. Hope that this helps if not let me know please thanks
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