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I have the same problem, believe it's a bad potentiometer on the two left extra low burners. The other four use a micro switch that you can hear click when you turn the knob. My problem is can't figure out how to remove control panel.
Hi There I have found this code for you to read and hope this is helpful. Let me know how it goes.
Electronic oven control failure
Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock).Thank you for writing to fix ya. Best Regards Richard
only code that is close ( e12) ( E12) look at display and make sure .. mm if the code is E12 then " CT oven:latch switch problem ) this may help Note E . 1 turn the clock selector knob to off 2 tweak the oven control by turning the clock selector slightly to the left ( counter clockwise ) this may stop the flashig message / beeping and clear the display window. " try it and pray mm .
the lights flashing in a sequence indicates the error code. The error codes indicates what the problem is with your stove. Based on the response to your message, it sounds like their error code is 12, one then two. It is not clear what your error code is.
There is an explanation of the error codes on the wiring diagram that comes with the stove. I found the wiring diagram for my stove taped to the inside of the kick plate. The kick plate had to be removed to find it.
my oven is not working either. the error code I get is 34. I am told by a technician that error code indicates that the computer is not recognizing that the cooling fan is operating, which is why my oven will not work. When I try and order a new cooling fan from Thermador, the website says that it is temporarily out of stock. Obviously, other people are having the same problem I am.
I had the exact same problem. I read someone else turned off the circuit breaker in the electrical panel.. so I tried that. Flipped breaker off for 30 seconds and then turned back on. Oven now works perfectly as before. Go figure??
I own a similar range. As you can imagine I was dismayed to find out that my $6000 heap can't run a clean cycle, unless of course you just don't want to use your oven again. let me give you a tip something WILL break on your oven every time you use the self cleaning "feature".
The first time I used the self cleaning feature the board burnt up, I asumed hat this was a fluke. The second time the pvertemp sensor burnt out. The next few times that I was brave enough to try it the overtemp sensor triggered this is what I hope has gone wrong with yours since while it's not easy or convenient to fix it is free. If you pull out your range and remove the backsplash and then the rear panel there should be a breaker with a button you can push to reset. On mine it is located near the top of the oven compartment on the left side near the middle. I hope that works for you and you will soon learn as I have after doing this a few times that the self cleaning cycle is just not worth it. It willdo this every time and it really is just easier to use easy off and clean the oven by hand. I realize that is not what you had in mind doing when you bought a luxury Item like a 36" thermador range, but I hope you don't have to hate yours as much as I hate mine.
good luck. We have the same range and have had issues with the ovens since the range was installed. The overn does not heat evenly on convenction or bake. Thermadore doesn't stand behind the product and neither does the distributor. They tell us that Thermador isn't standing behind the product so there isn't anything that can be done. We spent $8000 for an oven that burns the back corners of everything we bake.