Question about Thermador SEC302 Electric Double Oven
SOURCE: I have a thermador double
The "F33" fault code description is a faulty temperature sensor also indicates as an "upper oven over temperature while cooking". The easiest way to correct this error is by checking the sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. If wiring is ok you need to replace the oven temperature sensor. Your options are limited unfortunately. It is something that a technician will need to replace for you. You may have a technician come in and check it over.
The original Thermador part number is 35-00-306 and available at on-line supplier "repairclinic.com" for approx $125USD. You may also double check the specific model number of your machine, it is located behind the grill by the door latch.
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Posted on May 06, 2011
Problem is usually either temperature probe or heating element.
Grab a multimeter and set it on impedance (Ohms).
Remove first temperature probe and then heating element.
If either probe or element is reading open (ohms infinity), then replace the part.
If both probe and elements are not open, then the problem is either wiring or oven electronic control. The most common fault resulting in no heat is the temperature sensor located inside the oven cavity.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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