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We have a Thermador PDR484GG with flashing blue lights!!!

We turned the power off to replace the broiler element in the small oven.When we tuned the power back on, the blue lights were flashing on the larger oven and it no longer works. Everything else is in fine working order.It seems there are many others having the same troubles after surfing the internet.I made a call to the Thermador 1-800 number and it was of absolutely no assistance.

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One thing i found with the little blue flashing light is the main board in the back of the range not fun

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