Question about Siemens Kitchen Ranges
During the last 3 months I have observed problems in turning on the Ceran using the Power On (point in a circle). So far I have solved the problem by turning off the main switch in my house, let it stay off for a minute and then turning the main switch on. After this short procedure the Ceran could be powered on - but not today ! Can you please help me ? Viggo Elmetofte Denmark firstname.lastname@example.org +45 3020 0004
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is an industrial degreaser I used at work. Be careful with it as it will peel paint! But is does a great job cleaning the oven top. Spray, let it set a few and spray again. You may still need the scraper, but it will come clean much easier.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have Whirlpool Schott Ceran
F3 E2 is a temperature runaway error. It means that the control board detected that the oven is too hot. If there is no effective overheating the error occurs because the temperature sensor is shorted.
here the explanation from manual:
F3 E2 : Oven too hot, over heating
Test and replace oven temperature sensor.
Before replacement the temperature sensor must be tested. A good sensor will read about 1080 Ohms at room temperature. If the sensor is shorted will only read a couple of Ohms or zero.
If the sensor is good the problem can be the control board, wiring to temperature sensor, or in sporadic cases an heating element that stays always on because of a wiring contact. The last case is quite uncommon.
The most common fault is a defective temperature sensor. The sensor is a probe located inside the oven cavity. The sensor is attached to a two wires connector and held by one or two screws. Disconnect power. Remove the sensor. Undo connector and read Ohms at connector. If there is low impedance replace the probe.
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Posted on Sep 07, 2011
Sell it! We had one and it was a constant nightmare, seemed to have a life of its own, one minute functioning, next not. We actually gave it away to friends and bought an old-style hob instead! 4 months later THEY got rid of it too!!!!!!!
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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