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Did you get alot of water inside the unit when you cleaned it?
Alos how old is your combi oven?
I wouldn't do anything just yet.
It sounds like the control board is wet or damaged.
But Im betting on WET for now lol;-)
Open the door and run the oven for about 20 minutes 325 or so, with the door open. then turn it off. Next turn off the unit from the circuit power panel in your home please turn off the power to the oven for 30 full minutes then you can turn it back ON. Please let me knwo if that helped?
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Hi I understand, then you can run it with the door closed but open it as soon as you turn it off to allow steam to escape. This may take a few tries but it may very well fix you issue as i believe it has to do with too much moisture getting to the control board circuitry;-)
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Hi, Im sorry to hear that!
It may have been coincidence, or the board may have gotten wet possibly.
In any case.
Do you get any error messages? Or blinks or strange different beeps on the keypad display?
Yeah the door switches wouldn't cause this problem in this way.
What happened is the main control board failed more than likley.
I need to know one more thing, does it sound normal when it runs for the two secs? Or is it any different sounding during that time?
you will need a new main control board, it is the one connected to the keypad.
Its easy to replace and no soldering just a few plugs and a ribbon cable to connect;-)
The best place to try for that board is: http://www.espares.co.uk/
I would call them for this as they dont list all the parts they carry on their site .
Please call espares: 0844 9777 888
Let me know how it goes?
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