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Superba keeps turning off. Can't get rid of probe temp

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Superba keeps turning off. Can't get rid of probe temp indicator
Submitted: 10 days ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Appliance Guru replied 10 days ago.

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Expert:  Appliance Guru replied 10 days ago.

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Answer:

Either something got in the tempo probe socket or the board is defective. You really need the temp probe to insert into the probe socket a couple times as often that will clear that code. If you can disconnect the wires to the temp probe and then try it. This is a bit of a job to do though, but it is either a bad socket or bad board if you disconnect the wires from the socket and the code stays you need a new board, if not you need a new probe socket. You can try to take a screwdriver with some sand paper or a cloth and stick it in the socket and clean it, you may get lucky and it will work.

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