- Water tank is empty
- Water tank is not seated fully or properly
- Mechanical lock damaged
- Switch holder broken
- Damaged O-ring or water valve assembly
- What happens if the opened hatch and "Fill Water Tank" message on a Convection Steam Oven (CSO) is ignored?
- Will failure to fill the water tank cause permanent damage to the unit?
- Fill Water Tank message remains on the display after tank is filled with water
- "Oh, OH, 0h, or 0H" with number message is displayed on the CSO
- What does "Oh, OH, 0h, or 0H" mean?
- Convection Steam Oven auto-off
Steps to Verify Issue:
If the message to fill the CSO water tank is ignored, the unit's water supply will be depleted and the unit will eventually power off.
- There is not a default time from when the "Fill Water Tank" message is displayed to when the unit will power off.
- This auto-off feature is not designed to prevent permanent damage to the unit due to failure to fill the water tank when indicated.
- A countdown timer displays before the unit powers off.
- This timer displays as "0h" followed by a number.
- The number represents the number of minutes until power-off.
- Example; "0h14," "0h13," "0h12," etc.
- NOTE: Do not confuse this with the standard timer or recipe timer; refer to Convection Steam Oven Timer Operation for additional information.
- See also, Convection Steam Oven Fill Water Tank Message.
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