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Pyrolytic cleaning fault

When i select pyro cleaning the oven starts but after several mins it stops and f5 flashes on the display.the oven has not cleaned any ideas please

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    I have the same problem but mine flashes F1

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Fixed very simply just turned off oven at mains turned back on and it worked perfectly!!!!!!!!

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