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Thermador has been around for over 75 years and is an iconic brand that delivers quality appliances. But like anything else, you will eventually need assistance with occasional repairs. Let’s look at some of the most common problems our Thermador appliance repair Los Angeles technicians repair.
There are a series of common problems that Thermador appliance owners see in their refrigerators. From the unit making too much noise to ice maker issues, you can count on Twin Appliances to provide Thermador refrigerator repair Los Angeles and resolve the problem professionally.
Common Thermador refrigerator problems:
● Water dispenser not working
● Ice dispenser doesn’t work
● Ice maker not working
● Unit doesn’t cool
● Unit is too noisy
If your Thermador oven isn’t functioning correctly, please don’t delay in giving us a call. Our Thermador range and oven repair Los Angeles specialists will work quickly to identify the problem so you can rest easy knowing your oven is safe. Below are some of the most common Thermador oven problems, but you might have others, as well.
Common Thermador oven problems:
Dishwashers are an incredible convenience that you count on to do what you’d rather not mess with. When your Thermador dishwasher stops working, however, you’re forced to get your hands dirty again. Instead of spending your time scrubbing dishes, call Twin Appliances so we can diagnose your unit’s problem and get you back up and running.
Common Thermador dishwasher repair problems:
E1 – Disables oven clean mode.
E2 – Turns off both heat and microwave.
E3 – Turns off heat on failed oven only.
E4 – Turns off heat on failed oven only.
E5 – Turns off both heat and microwave.
E6 – Disables oven clean mode.
E7 – Turns off both heat and microwave. Cleared with mode change.
E8 – Turns off both heat and microwave. Error remains until repaired and turned on.
E9 – Turns off both heat and microwave. Adjust oven control by turning the clock selector counter clockwise. May stop flashing /beeping.
E10 – Turns off all heat. Error remains until repaired and turned on.
E11 – Turns off heat on failed oven only.
E12 – Turns off both heat and microwave. Adjust oven control by turning the clock selector counter clockwise. May stop flashing /beeping.
E13 – Turns off heat on failed oven only. Disables oven clean mode.
E14 – Turns off both heat and microwave. Adjust oven control by turning the clock selector counter clockwise. May stop flashing /beeping.
E15 – Turns off all heat. Error remains until repaired and turned on.
F0 – Internal logic cancel key supervision failure. Sounds alarm, resets oven to non-cook mode.
F1 – Internal logic failure (monitoring mode). Sounds alarm, inhibits cook modes.
F2 – Temperature runaway detected. Check relay board for potential stuck contacts.
F3 – Oven temperature sensor on open circuit detected. Check sensor for normal room temp resistance.
F4 – Oven temperature sensor on open circuit detected. Check sensor for normal room temp resistance.
F7 – Function key shorted more than 16 seconds. Check for pressure on key.
F8 – Internal logic calibration failure. Alarm sounds and resets to non-cook mode.
F9 – Internal logic door latch supervision. Alarm sounds and resets to non-cook mode.
Fd – Simultaneously active Bake & Broil relay drives. Check board for damage.
Blank display – No power to range control.
If your water dispenser isn’t working, it could be caused by one of these common problems:
If the water line freezes, it prevents water from flowing through the tube correctly. As such, you need a service repair team to clear the line out for and possibly even replace it. Sometimes, a frozen line can cause cracking and breaking, needing a new replacement line to resolve your problem.
Water Inlet Valve
This component is responsible for allowing water to flow to the dispenser. When this part becomes defective, your water pressure will be too low, or you won’t get any water at all.
Dispenser Board Control
This is responsible for governing most of the dispenser system’s functions. If this part becomes faulty, it could stop supplying power to the dispenser system. A new board is sure to resolve the issue. As such, it’s important that a Thermador appliance repair professional look at it for you to determine the best course of action.
By sending voltage to the dispenser, this switch allows the dispenser to work. If this part goes bad, your dispenser will stop working altogether. A replacement could be needed to restore power to your dispenser and get it functional again.