Your tan list should now be valid and you should be able to carry on doing your desired online banking transaction.
I wouldn't bet on that - if you've made 3 attempts to transfer money and have now locked out the TAN list, you will still need to go to your branch to get the list unlocked.
I seem to remember that TAN list 0001 ist active straight away. After that one you have to activate each TAN list with a number from the old and the new list together (but you'll need 98 transactions before you get that far...)
At worst they're going to issue you with a new TAN list.
btw, DB use iTAN, so when they ask you for a TAN then don't want just any one from the list, they'll ask for it by number. eg. "Please enter TAN nr.35" You must enter exactly the 35th TAN (which is what the two little numbers are for next to the TANs themselves).