Question about Ovens
I started a pyrolytic clean. All went well for a minute then F31 appeared in the display and the cleaning stopped. I can't now open the oven. In the off postion, the digital display shows the time and a padlock. Turning the selector knob to any other setting results in the F31 error. I have tried switching off at the isolator switch and the mains for a while (hoping it might reset) but I still see F31. In the centre, just above the door and below the control/display panel, there appears to be a small recessed rectangular part with a small (5mm) hole in (a sensor or reset switch maybe?). In my similar compact oven, this hole is covered by a small black plug. I don't want to go poking around and cause any damage but does anyone know how I can open the locked oven/reset the lock please? Thank you. India
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
push in on the oven light switch and hit clean then cancel you have to hold the oven light switch thats what tells the eoc the door is closed if this dont work reply to me
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Same problems. When I removed the lock operating arm nothing happened. Motor is not operating. I've temporarily kluged it by tying the "unlock" (upper) switch circuit together and disconnecting one side of the power to the "locked" (lower) switch. At least we'll have an oven to use, but I'll have to come back and remove the lock motor assembly to find out what's really wrong.
BTW, if some knows those keyed-in service codes they could be useful.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: miele pyrolytic oven: error 90
F90 is a faulty oxygen sensor. This fault clears after resetting your circuit breaker for 24hrs only. you will not be able to use any automatic programmes as the oxygen sensor measures the moisture in the air and then decides how long to cook for. You will need a Miele service technician or a registered service agent to replace the oxygen sensor. This should be covered under warranty but check with your local Miele dealer first.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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