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Part 415191 Connection Tail Membrane

Does someone know where I might be able to get this part? It is a simple ribbon cable connecting to circuit boards but I'm told it is discontinued.
The oven is a Thermador SDC272T.

Thank you!

airdoj@bellsouth.net

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  • Margo Dale Sep 15, 2009

    I have the same exact problem - Thermador ovens are not good investments if you can't get them fixed!!!!!!!!!!!!

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We are having the exact same problem with this part! Our oven is a S301T, but it still has the same part number for the tail membrane (touch control).

In FINALLY contacting someone at Thermador we were able to find the following information which might aid you. The part is manufactured by Bosch and according to Appliance Pros.com, the numbers:
Part Number 415191 Manufacturer's number (Bosch) Part number AP2832583 which replaces the part number originally numbered 14-38-680.

Don't know if this will help....it hasn't helped me so far. Thermador suggested that we go to a site named OBSOLETEAPPLIANCEPARTS.com. This site seems to be really messed up because you have to call and leave a message as the site is under construction!

I'm so darn frustrated that I'll never buy a Thermador product again (even thought they are great when they work) Good luck!!

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  • Craig Apr 25, 2013

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Here's what I did. An IT engineer at work came up with the solution. Get an old computer ribbon cable, the kind that you would use to attach an internal hard drive, they're very common. Cut off both end connectors. Pull the wires apart about an inch. Strip and tin with solder about 1/16" of wire on each. I think there were 17 wires needed. The LCD board will pop out of the holder. You'll solder one wire to each of the connections on the opposite side of the tail membrane connector, where the connector goes thru the board. Before you try and solder to these connections, take your pencil point soldering iron and heat up each connection as you apply the tiniest bit of new solder. Now just tack each wire of the computer ribbon cable to the under side of the connector. Once done you'll have to wrap it around the outside of the board and snap it back in the holder. On the touch panel you do the same thing. Just solder the other end of the ribbon cable to the connector on the back of the touch panel. I had to do it twice, because the first time I did it backwards. It's easy to get it wrong because you're coming from underneath the board where it used to come off the top of the board and you have to make note of how the tail membrane would fit in the original connector. This may sound difficult but if you know how to solder or someone can teach you it's not that difficult. It beats buying a new oven.

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