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  • What does service code 33-1 on a rational SCC-07-00-08.2 mean it says Appliance out of service close tap Burner malfunction serial no. G12SH13122384109

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  • guest

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    September 16, 2019 at 12:00 am

    Does not quit sining

  • ectofix

    Member
    September 16, 2019 at 4:44 pm

    cloverleaf asked,

    What does service code 33-1 on a rational SCC-07-00-08.2 mean it says Appliance out of service close tap Burner malfunction serial no. G12SH13122384109

    Does not quit sining

    I don’t know what “SCC-07-00-08.2” or “sining” means.  However, your serial number was helpful.

     

    Per your serial number, your model is a SCC102G-WE and was manufactured Dec 2013.  I added the “WE” (which stands for “white efficiency”) because that was a moniker they dubbed those ovens with back 2013.  It probably says that on the control panel. 

     

    Code 33 means you’ve had to push “reset gas” five consecutive times and the fault hasn’t cleared.  I don’t know what the “.1” relates to, but the 33 code is saying there’s a problem with the gas train for the steam burner.  It isn’t proving flame, so that’s why the code eventually shows.

     

    There can be any number of things causing it to have no flame detection after its multiple ignition trials:

    • Gas supply might be closed
    • Gas valve might be defective
    • Electric ground signal not on same potential as neutral line
    • Blower speed wrong causing no proper air / gas mixture
    • Broken ignition wire causing spark outside normal ignition area
    • Permanent conductive connection of ignition electrode to ground
    • A faulty ignition control box
    • A cracked heat exchanger allowing water to migrate into the burner chamber
    • Other possibilities…

     

    You’ll need to have the problem troubleshot by a qualified service technician.  Here’s a link to help you find one:

    RATIONAL Service Partner 

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