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 Posted: Wed Jan 31st, 2007 05:54 pm
   
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Hi There - I'm a homeowner and just found this forum. I like beer and have a broken appliance, so here I am...

Anyhow, just ran the self clean & now my oven won't heat up. I'm not a repair guy, but pretty handy. I assume it tripped some sort of reset, or thermostat thingy. Already turned power off at breaker to see if that would do it, but same problem still.

Can anyone help me identify how to fix this? - hopefully it's just a button to something to push.

Any help would be great!

PS: my burners work fine and ignite automatically, no need for a match.

Last edited on Wed Jan 31st, 2007 06:05 pm by mada

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 Posted: Wed Jan 31st, 2007 11:58 pm
   
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DCS has a hi limit fuse on the back.....i think... i will look into it and get back to you soon.;)

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 Posted: Thu Feb 1st, 2007 02:13 am
   
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Kewl! Thanks so much for that. I'll check back later

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 Posted: Thu Feb 1st, 2007 07:20 am
   
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Power Off!!

1. Remove the three (3) phillips screws securing the wire
cover panel located in the top of the oven door
opening.


2. Remove the four (4) black phillips screws securing the
access cover. It has the door lock attached to it.

3. Remove the access cover, taking care not to disconnect
or damage any wires or plugs connected to it.


4. Reset the high limit switch. Its the black thing with 2 wires coming of it, to the left of the lock assy, screwed to the top of the oven cavity. There should be a button on top that has popped up, press it down.

5. Reassemble in reverse order.

Hope this helps;).

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 Posted: Thu Feb 1st, 2007 02:27 pm
   
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rock on Kiwi-nadian! I'll give it ago after i'm done breaking rocks today. Thanks for the comeback.

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fire in the hole! it works!! SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEETTTTTTT! Thanks man!

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The most usual cause is opening the door too soon after the self clean has finished.

Happy I could help:dude:.



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 Posted: Fri Nov 2nd, 2007 08:12 pm
   
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I have a similar problem with a Thermador PGR364GLZS/01. I don't have any error codes blinking. The broiler and burners work fine. When I try to heat up the oven I get a clicking sound for about seven seconds. Then it stops. About a minute later it clicks again for seven seconds. Then it stops. Repeats indefinitely without the oven ever firing up.

This all started with a self-clean cycle.

Advice would be greatly appreciated! 

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 Posted: Fri Nov 2nd, 2007 11:05 pm
   
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Sukebe, please start a new topic for your problem.



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