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I just got home and heard my DCS WOSD-230 making a beeping sound and flashing codes f7 and f1. There is nothing in the guide about codes. I pushed the cancel buttons and it stopped. The oven seems to work. F7 was for the upper oven and F1 was for the lower oven. Do I need to call service?

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I wouldn't worry about it, it may have been a power outage. You already reseted the pcb so you are OK.
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