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Re: Thermador SEC301BPSS Electric Single "service...
Sometimes, you can reset the panel by turning off the circuit breakers. Look for a linked pair of 40-50 amperes. Turn them off then on. If this doesn't fix it, you will need to change the circuit board...first things first, though.
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F33 ( upper oven over temperature while cooking ) Check sensor should read 1080 ohms at room temp. You will need to replace the oven temperature sensor. There is no quick fix for this problem to get you up and running on this Thanksgiving day, sorry. Where are you located and I will see what resources are close to you so you can make the repair?
Please see post by bonanzsapilot on 14 March 2009; he gives exact & easy to follow directions for making this repair for <$10. It's listed uner 'Thermador SC301IT oven - FixYa'. In a separate post I added the correct capacitor numbers from Newark.com. I made the fix in abt 30 min & it's good as new. Thermador no longer makes control panels for this oven & no wiring diagram is available to help. Shop price was estimated at $500.
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.
F34 is a cooling motor fault. May sure that the cooling motor is running.If not, then check that there is 120 volts to the motor.The motor sensor on this oven is attached to the cooling fan. It could be a simple issue of loose wire in the connector. Find the wiring going to the relay unit from the motor, pull the connector and hold a flash light on the back side of the connector. You should see almost no light. If you see mostly light, there is your loose connection.
Woke up this morning and heard my smw272 built-in oven beeping.
Oh no! First the display (but at least the oven worked) now the
oven is beeping (fault signal according to manual) and the thing
is dead except for the microwave and warming bin. The only
way to turn off the incessant beeping--which was driving me crazy--was
to go outside to the fuse box and turn off the circuit to the
oven. Yeah, I stopped the beeping but now I'm at the mercy of the
unscrupulous service repairman--was quoted a flat fee to drive
out and a hefty hourly rate (i.e., "value added" service charge).
OUCH! Hey folks, please follow my simple advice if you want to
avoid making a big mistake: NO MORE THERMADORS. RUN--DON'T
WALK AWAY FROM THIS BRAND!!!
your oven needs two new hinges on the affected door. I have seen this problem many times, the internal stops on the door bend over time and cause the door to not close all the way. They are fairly easy to replace, you just have to split the door open to repalce em. Hope this helps!