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Fisher Paykel oven model OD302


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#1 repairguy1

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 04:34 PM

Oven Blowing thermal fuses everytime customer sets for self clean. Is there a known issue with this model oven? any help appreciated... thanks!

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 11:32 PM

Does this model have small thermo fuses that take out the cook relay or the larger,dryer like, thermo fuse that is inline with the elements? If it has the larger ones then if you order one it should sub to an update kit. Quite extensive as you have to convert the thermo fuses and wiring. It may come with a new electronic control as they have changed the clean temp as well.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 03:41 AM

yes known issue of the temp for selfclean is too high

this is contained in the clock

get the serial number and call F&P technical and they can tell you if its in the affected range

solution is new clock with lower temp for longer period of time

iirc it was 500 deg C now about 430 deg c

you need to know the finish stainless shiny or iridium flat as there is 2 different clock versions

other things are check cooling fan and make sure electricity is up to code as if the power goes out during self clean
then heat soak will take out the fuse

as mentioned there was also a relocated kit to relocated the fuse to near the fan element motor

but again the serial number and a call to F&P tech should set you right

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 07:07 AM

  • thanks for all the help





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