Question about Thermador Ovens
Most the time I run across the F64 code it is due to the "sail switch" not being activated. I usually remove the bottom grill and lubricate the micro (sail) switch and actuator (the sail) with a zoom oiler (available at most hardware stores). A small drop is all that's needed. Then move the metal rectangular plate (the sail) back and forth to work in the oil. RARELY do I have to adjust the sail (that metal plate) to "catch" the air and activate the micro switch but that too may be necessary.
Posted on Jun 26, 2013
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).
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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