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This is a very expensive commercial oven. I would strongly suggest that you do not try and service it yourself.

i have just had one installed and with running power, water and drainage, it was $40K.

Ovens | Answered 14 hours ago


Make sure you hit the reset switch first... on top of the lower over... behind the panel...they trip easy and "kill" the oven.

Thermador SC302T... | Answered 19 hours ago


Based on your description I believe you are hearing one of the elements vibrating as it heats up. As the voltage is supplied to the designated heating element vibration can occur if the element is slightly uneven in its cradle. If you are going to attempt to check the cradle for looseness please turn off the breaker to the unit before doing so. Check the feet on the lower unit and the hanging brackets on upper broiler if so equipped. There are some screws at the back that attach the elements check for tightness and alignment of the bracket. Sometimes people lift the element up to clean under it and it does not seat properly.
If you are in anyway not comfortable or don't find the cause, call a qualified tech.
Repeat....turn off breaker to the unit.

Hope this helps.
Best to you.

Ovens | Answered Yesterday


Gave up and bought a new timer module for £66 from espares. Timer board has microscopic components so even if you knew what was wrong it wouldn't be fixable.

Zanussi ZBF360... | Answered Yesterday


According to the convection fan which does not work, I suggest checking the main oven selector, wiring and convection fan.
According to the timer you should first set the time and then verify the correctness the timer relay. If relay is open than completely oven will not work.

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Electrolux Ovens | Answered Yesterday


The problem is most likely with the Large Rectangle Grey X2 Capacitor on the clock circuit board which needs to be replaced by an appliance repair person or electrician.

From my understanding, although they are self-healing, as they are subjected to power surges they deteriorate and allow less and less current through the circuit until they get to a point where there isn't enough current flowing to firmly latch the relay (which is why there is a buzzing from the relay turning on and off quickly).

My clock was also at the point where there wasn't enough power for the timer beeper, so when the beeper went off it would reset the clock after about half a beep. And if the clock was started at 12:00, when it got to 16:08 it would reset as there wasn't enough power to display all those led segments.

I replaced the 1000uF capacitor, which didn't change anything, then replaced the X2 capacitor and now it works perfectly!

Hopefully that is helpful to someone. :)

Zanussi Ovens | Answered Yesterday


The 1000uF/10V condensator in the timer unit has to be replaced.

Zanussi ZBF360... | Answered Yesterday


The problem is most likely with the Large Rectangle Grey X2 0.68uF Capacitor on the clock circuit board.

From my understanding, although they are self-healing, as they are subjected to power surges they deteriorate and allow less and less current through the circuit until they get to a point where there isn't enough current flowing to firmly latch the relay (which is why there is a buzzing from the relay turning on and off quickly).

My clock was also at the point where there wasn't enough power for the timer beeper, so when the beeper went off it would reset the clock after about half a beep. And if the clock was started at 12:00, when it got to 16:08 it would reset as there wasn't enough power to display all those led segments.

I replaced the 1000uF capacitor, which didn't change anything, then replaced the X2 capacitor and now it works perfectly!

Hopefully that is helpful to someone. :)

Westinghouse... | Answered Yesterday


Is there any letters that it is displaying on the LCD screen? If so it could be in lock mode or display mode.
Locate the "Cancel" and "Cook & Hold" buttons on the oven's control panel.
Hold down "Cancel" then hold "Cook & Hold" with another finger for three seconds. Both buttons must be held together.
Wait three seconds; the display will change from "OFF" to "LOCK" and the door will seal.
Repeat these instructions to unlock the door. The door lock cannot be activated if the oven is in use.

Ovens | Answered 2 days ago


I would find the model number plate, usually lower left of door inside and google it.

Ovens | Answered 2 days ago

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