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Our Thermador oven starts to beep when you shut it off and the way we are getting it to stop beeping is to set up a fan in front of the open oven to get it to cool. This stops the beeping after 10 m


Check if the internal ventilation fan is running. It is intended to cool down the oven exterior. Some units made 2004-2007 can overheat during self-cleaning.

Oct 14, 2014 | Thermador C301U Electric Single Oven

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I have a Thermador Model C302U wall oven the fan on the uppper oven starts and then stops and I get the F34 code I am thinking to replace the motor but I want to know if there are other things I should...


When that fan starts up the air pushes against an air switch and that tells the board the fan is blowing. The stove uses a DAC system that relies on switchs to confirm the operations of the fan. the DAC control uses signal voltage to detect switch function. The air switches must physically close by air movement from the cooling blowers before the oven proceeds into a bake or broil mode. Reason being f the cooling motor does not function and the oven goes into a bake or broil mode, the oven will overheat and could damage the fancy smancy over engineered piece of garbage electronic components. My opinion. This is not for the DIY unless you are a TV repairman.

Nov 03, 2011 | Thermador C302U Electric Double Oven

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Thermador CM302BS f-64 code what is it how di i fix it ?


Hello & Welcome to FixYa

F64 Error code means that the lower fan switch which is located inside the bottom trim on the right side is not being detected as closed either due to a bad lower oven cooling fan or the board itself is bad and needs replacement. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

Kevin

Aug 24, 2011 | Ovens

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Bottom oven goes off with F64 message


If you look under the bottom door you will see a 3/4" tall slot the entire length of the door. This is where the cooling air blows out. In the middle of this slot is the air switch enclosed in a 5" long metal housing. You can see a thin metal paddle sticking out of each side of the housing. These paddles are spring loaded to angle slightly back. When the fan is on, the airflow will push the paddles forward. If they do not move forward, then you will get the error code. The simplest solution is to vacuum out all of the normally collecting dust that keeps the paddles from moving. To better access and clean the area, the black trim piece that forms the slot can be removed by unscrewing the two retaining screws. That can be more easily accomplished by first removing the lower door. This is very simple. With the door fully open, rotate the small metal clip on each hinge so it hooks over the protrusion on the other part of the hinge. Then lift up on the door (close it part way) and slide (pull) the door and hinges out of the hinge slots. There is no need to remove the entire unit from the wall.

Apr 19, 2011 | Thermador Ovens

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CODE F64 WHEN TRYING TO USE THE BOTTOM OVEN.


Hi, i found out from Thermador customer service that error code F64 means that the lower fan switch (located inside the bottom trim on the right side) is not being detected as closed. In my case, this was because the header (P4) on the Display panel had broken loose from the PC board and was no longer making contact. P4 is where the lower fan switch wires connect to the control boards (actually the display panel).

Mar 29, 2011 | Thermador C302U Electric Double Oven

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I am getting an F64 on my thermador electric double wall oven after a few minutes of preheating my upper oven, and the oven turns off. What des this mean?


Hi, i found out from Thermador customer service that error code F64 means that the lower fan switch (located inside the bottom trim on the right side) is not being detected as closed. In my case, this was because the header (P4) on the Display panel had broken loose from the PC board and was no longer making contact. P4 is where the lower fan switch wires connect to the control boards (actually the display panel).

Jan 05, 2011 | Thermador SEC302 Electric Double Oven

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My thermador double oven does not turn off for 30 minutes.


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Please clarify if I`ve misunderstood what you`re asking, but with all Thermador ranges and wall ovens ( including your SC302T model, most brands in fact ) the cooling fans will remain on for quite some time after actually shutting the oven off.

This is done by design to keep the electronics cooled to a temperature usually below 200°F so they aren`t damaged.

Heat after all is the thing which damages electronics more than anything else.

I do have use and care guides available via email attachments in "pdf" if you need one.

Thank you for choosing FixYa. I hope this eases your concern. Please let me know.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Sep 07, 2010 | Thermador SC302T Electric Double Oven

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F64 error


Hi,

The F64 on those oven`s is indicating the onboard watchdog ( control board ) has detected the cooling fan for the lower oven isn`t being detected or isn`t funtioning.

That may or may not be the problem though. I`ve found often it is actually the "sail switch" located in the vent of the oven ( at the bottom where the unit exaust`s ) is stuck either due to grease or being damaged during installation.

You`ll likely want to call in a pro to actually determine what is in fact initiating this error code, but it is definetly related to the lower cooling fan circuit.

Let me know if I can assist you further. Thank`s for visiting "fixya" for your oven inquiries and good luck.

If you feel as though you are capable to service this on your own let me know and I`ll attempt to guide you.

macmarkus :)

Mar 25, 2010 | Thermador SC302T Electric Double Oven

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Thermador built-in double wall oven -- replace cooling fan?


No, do not try it yourself. When the motor is bad sometimes it won't have the power to start itself. With a push it will take off. If you try to remove it yourself you will risk damaging cabinet, the oven itself, floors and/or yourself. Please trust your repairman. We are trained and experienced. Not everyone Is out to get you!

Feb 11, 2008 | Thermador Ovens

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Bottom Oven Does not work - F64 Code on Panel


If you look under the bottom door you will see a 3/4" tall slot the entire length of the door. This is where the cooling air blows out. In the middle of this slot is the air switch enclosed in a 5" long metal housing. You can see a thin metal paddle sticking out of each side of the housing. These paddles are spring loaded to angle slightly back. When the fan is on, the airflow will push the paddles forward. If they do not move forward, then you will get the error code. The simplest solution is to vacuum out all of the normally collecting dust that keeps the paddles from moving. To better access and clean the area, the black trim piece that forms the slot can be removed by unscrewing the two retaining screws. That can be more easily accomplished by first removing the lower door. This is very simple. With the door fully open, rotate the small metal clip on each hinge so it hooks over the protrusion on the other part of the hinge. Then lift up on the door (close it part way) and slide (pull) the door and hinges out of the hinge slots. There is no need to remove the entire unit from the wall.

Sep 24, 2006 | Thermador C302U Electric Double Oven

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