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I have a St George TO70x oven that started displaying garbled data on its LED screen when, during the Pyrolitic Cleaning cycle, the power was disrupted. I believe it needs resetting. Manual says I need an engineer to do it. Is it something I can do? Paul

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The temperature limiter relay will not automatically reset after the temperature goes below the set point value which is why you have this problem when the power went out; the operator must manually then either push the ‘reset’ key or a remote reset switch which this oven I don't believe has. If there is a reset button on this limiter depending on which kind it is, then yes you should be able to reset it yourself by removing the back panel and accessing it yourself. Let me know how this turns out.


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