I flipped the circuit breaker the first time, and was able to get the oven to work long enough to bake a pizza. But then half an hour later (after the oven was turned off) I heard several beeps, and there was the error code again. I tried turning the circuit breaker off again, but this time, when I turned it on, I still get the error code 14 message
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Hi, Call an electrician... either the circuit breaker is bad or you have a bad connection in the wiring... When the heavy load is put on the wiring or the breaker the poor connection causes a voltage drop. This could be a hazardous condition to try and run it like that. Keep it off till you get the problem solved!!
I had the same problem in December - I had to replace the circuit breaker and that solved the problem. My oven wouldn't go above 100 degrees in convection, bake and roast modes. Each of these modes are on a separate circuit so when one is bad, the others should work.
I'm not familiar with this oven, but it ought to have protection against this kind of exciting burn-out. This could be a fuse: find it and replace it, or it could be a circuit breaker: look for a reset button. As I said, I don't know this oven; this attempt to help is based on the general idea that it ought to have some built in protection.
Its the thermal safety switch. When it trips - it cuts any power from reaching BOTH elements. Open the oven door - at the top wehere the oven latch is - remove the long black panel. In the middle - on the right is a small cylindrical switch...push down on the top - in the very center...it will rest the switch (like a circuit breaker) and then reassemble. Just did it on mine (2nd time) and it fired right up. Good luck
Ok, this is a control fault that may or may not be solved by initiating a hard reset. To initiate this reset, you will have to unplug the entire oven for 3 total Min's. it is vital that you allow three totalMin's before you power up once more. if you cant reach the actual plug, you can shut of the appropriate circuit breaker as well for three total Min's. Once the hard reset has been initiated, power the oven up once more. If the same problem still exists, you will have to replace the Electronic Oven Control Board.
I found I have this exact problem. Same bake preheat issue: I can bake if I set broil first. However, the oven doesn't work if I press bake first. The control board has already been replaced a couple times over the years. Is this another replacement??
My Name is Don from Mr Fix it Applaince in baytown texas. I have seen this F34 error as well and may have a solution for some of you... According to a Thermador error code book for a C301bs/03 single Thermador oven. It says its a air flow problem. This means it could be the fan motor sensor telling the controlboard that it is not spinning fast or not at all. or it could be a micro paddle switch that is activated by air flow, I found Two of them on the bottome of a double oven thermador a few moths ago.. Recap : if your fan blower motor has 4 wires going to it, it has a sensor reading the rotation of the motor.... if yours does not have this then you should look for a paddle switch.
I hit the same F9 problem when trying to self-clean, except that the door was locked OPEN.
After much trial and error, I found the following fix: 1. Switch circuit breaker off. 2. Switch circuit breaker on. 3. Press Bake button. 4 Press the small/inside button which indicates that the oven door is closed.
The lock mechanism opened and the oven now works fine.