Thermador Range Control Board 00486752 / 14-33-347 – Door Lock Error
Are you having door lock problems with your Thermador control board 486752 or 14-33-347, 487604 or 316080103. At www.FixYourBoard.com, we get questions about the door lock operation for this controller. This post addresses this by describing the sequence of events when the controller is programmed for a clean cycle. We hope this information will help you
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State 1 -Clean Button Pressed and Time Set (Door still unlocked)
Note that the blue display show that clean mode has been selected and the total time for the clean mode. The state of the switches is shown in the diagram. Pins 7 and 8 are shorted together with switch #1. This is the un-locked state.
State 2 – Automatic Door Locks are Running (One Second after State 1)
After a second in state 1, the following happens:
- The clean light comes on.
- Controller turns on the door lock motor.
- This state only last until motor releases switch 1 and pins 7 and 8 are no longer connected.
State 3 – Lock Motor Still Spinning and Switch #1 is Not Pressed anymore.
Pins 7, 8 and 9 are not connected and the motor is still spinning.
Note that the display shows the “locked” even though switch #2 is not pressed yet and door is not locked.
State 4 – Lock Motor has Stopped Spinning Because Switch #2 shorted pin 7 to 9. Oven has turned on the heating elements.
Note that the display now says “ON”. This means that switch #2 was pressed by the lock motor which shorted pin 7 to 9. The oven will now reach cleaning temperature.
State 5 – Fault State. If the controller does not sense the door lock on pins 7 and 9.
In this fault mode, the controller will beep and show door on the screen.
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