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Fritz

Thermador SEC301 oven error codes

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Fritz

Set for the annual self clean for default 3 hrs.  All went well, except, at the end of the cycle, the door lock was clattering and I got F53.  I turned off the breaker for a bout 30 mins.

Reset, the door lock let go, but I had an F24 error.  Waited a few and toggled the breaker again for a 10 count.

All seems OK now.  I had replaced the PCB relay board a couple years back with a pull.  Is there anywhere on the board I can measure for errors or is the issue likely elsewhere.

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Im not positive but I think your model may fall under a safety recall for a situation with its oven insulation  being under insulated at certain points of the oven cabinet but not sure if your model falls under that recall.  Send your serial # also as that may help. That may or may not have something do with your problem . Which Thermador will come out to fix that at no charge if you have not already had the issue taken care if your model does indeed fall into that category.  

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Fritz

therm did this some years ago.

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darren412

Good , if they did the fix properly .  You know how that goes.  Well if it’s ok now and it’s working normal again. From what you have said on the performance of the the door lock , and the f53 code ,  it sounds as though your oven  lock may Not be at it’s full potential.  In my opinion , Since you were able to reset your lock again. I would cease all oven cleaning cycles in the future. Like any oven  after self cleaning them a few times the oven is never the same again. Even if it still operates properly as it should. That would obviously be your call.  That error 24 if it has gone away after resetting the power supply, just keep an eye on it. If it still exists unfortunately you may have a stuck relay or intermittently sticking relay on the board possibly.  They like to change both glass touch panel and control board on the console with that error but  I would clean the glass touch panel good and if it still keeps pulling up the  F24 error I myself would replace the control board first only with  the description you are giving.  Even  though you had replaced it a while back. Then you can replace the glass touch panel if need be after. Again that’s my opinion. It can get very expensive replacing them both 

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Fritz

any idea as to which relay might be stuck?  I'm a former pro recording studio tech.  I have no problem with PCB work.

Is there a solenoid or such associated with the door lock that is prone to weakening?

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darren412

There has to be visible signs on the pc board. I suggest you Replace the board Incase there are changes from the manufacturer that had to be done.   And replace the lock for the same reason .  If you do anything else that’s your call.  Good luck

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STAREPAIR

Hey guys does anyone have the error code list for this unit? we are resolving code F33 but we don't have any error info at all on this unit

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