Question about Thermador 37 in. SGS365 Gas Cooktop
Could you help with directions on how to remove the old one and replace with out breaking anything else that will need replacing. I also need to replace the simmer control box, that seems pretty straight forward though. Do you haev any tips on where to find the parts for the best price?
I have worked on a few of these, and it looks like you have one of the cooktops that you need to take off all of the burner bases with a socket wrench, and remove all of the knobs. (Sometimes the burner base bolts are very hard to remove. I have had to carefully heat them up with my torch in order to get them off. A pain in the neck.) The potentiometer is on the burner valve. I am sure you will recognize it when you open it up.
Always make sure you unplug it before working on it because when you go to put the cooktop surface back on, you may push down on a burner valve activating the spark module and you will get a good zap.
You should be able to buy the part from the following links http://www.coastparts.com/mfgs.asp
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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