De Dietrich electric ovens use advanced technology to enable everyone to match the precision and control of a professional chef. Multifunction features give you more ways to cook – extra shelf positioning allows for additional cooking space.
Pyrolytic cleaning keeps your oven fresh, and low-temperature options lock in the flavour of your food. But even progressive appliances can have their flaws. See a range of De Dietrich oven problems and troubleshooting here…
De Dietrich TroubleshootingDe Dietrich oven not heating up
The most common problem with regards to oven heating issues is the oven element. This may present itself when you take your food out of the oven not properly cooked – and the oven feels cold or just slightly warm.
If your oven has a temperature indicator light you can determine whether the fault lies with the element or the oven thermostat when the oven isn’t heating up properly. If it’s the thermostat the light will go off at a certain temperature – if the problem is with the element that temperature will never be reached. These De Dietrich repairs can easily be carried out by a trained appliance technician.De Dietrich oven not turning on
This could be an issue with the time setting on the clock – an auto timer programme may have been accidentally chosen. Other issues could be related to the power supply, or incorrect connection. Fuses, switches, and power sockets will all need to be safely checked by a qualified engineer.De Dietrich oven fan not working
When turned on a well-functioning oven should have a fan that evenly distributes the heat radiated by the heating element. If the oven is blowing cold air a malfunctioning fan could be the culprit. If the fan is running slowly or is making a high-pitched sound this implies there’s a problem with the fan motor.
A trained appliance technician will manually turn the fan to check for loose fan blades – and any rigidity that means the motor will have to be replaced.
De Dietrich oven repairs may be needed when:
- The padlock flashes – indicating a door locking fault
- The lamp in the oven won’t work – pointing to an electrical issue causing the fuse to blow
- The pyrolytic feature fails to operate – due to a defective locking system or a failing door closing mechanism
- The cooling fan keeps running after the oven stops – pointing to mechanical problems within the fan itself
Fault Finding Codes
De Dietrich oven error codes can help you determine the nature of the fault you have but you may not be able to fix the problem yourself. Below are listed some error codes to guide you:
- F1 – an error has been detected in the front left heating zone
- F2 – the rear left heating zone is defective
- F3 – a fault has been identified in the front right cooking zone
- F4 – the back-right cooking zone is malfunctioning
- F5 – indicates an electronic short circuit
- F6 – there has been an electronic cut-out
- F7 – the electronic circuit has issues with the temperature
- F8 – the cooking efficiency needs to be tested on maximum power
All of these De Dietrich oven problems can be swiftly identified and repaired by your local appliance repair expert. You should bear in mind that these are common fault codes for some models – you need to refer to your manufacturer’s manual for a comprehensive range of error codes for your particular appliance.
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