We just purchased a new thermador 48 inch gas range....4 burners a griddle and some thing else I cant recall.....
The burners are working well but the oven's do not heat up past 150 to 200 degrees I do not know what is happening......clicking goes on and you hear the oven turning on and then off, on and then off...... the burners are working great and so it the griddle....
Can you advise..
Good luck. We have the same range and have had issues with the ovens since the range was installed. The overn does not heat evenly on convenction or bake. Thermadore doesn't stand behind the product and neither does the distributor. They tell us that Thermador isn't standing behind the product so there isn't anything that can be done. We spent $8000 for an oven that burns the back corners of everything we bake.
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Given that its gas, I would advise you get a competent person to check it out. Propane gas and sparks don't mix. There are things in the owners manual you may feel confident enough to check, if not, leave it to a trained person.
the glass in the ovens should not crack when self clean is used. it could be that there was a minut crack in the glass or a build up of moisture in between to door windows that expanded at the extra heat but this should be brought up with the manufacturer for replacement.
re ck with thermadore or one of there dealers . even a local propane service . most all ranges / heater's/ dryers / water heaters / ect can run or either fuel . now they may have misunderstood you . things like orfices will have to be changed and pressure reg will . but you should be able to mike ti work .. mm 84095 slc.
this is a milti burner unit / and sounds like the ignitors or weak / look below the oven door edge for a glow if orange there bad they need to be white hot .. burners may come on but not all the time .. ****
My husband and I just had to check out our griddle on our 48 inch Viking rangetop. You remove the grates and the grate holders on either side of the griddle..it just pops out. Then you raise your griddle up about 4" to remove your thermastats., noting the position they are in so when you replace you can put back correctly. After pulling the thermastats out, then you lift the griddle out. Griddle is extremely heavy so be prepared to have close surface to lay it. Hope this helps.
If it doesnt fit your specs. then i would suggest u find a thermador parts place and begin to buy the parts for the griddle as replacement parts. find a model of the stove set up that you want and make a list of all the parts that go to the griddle attachment.
My guess is that the reason for the flat "No" on the retrofit was that griddles require a thermostat similar to the one on the oven and broilers do not. So if their is no room behind the face plate where the knob would go then you can't put in a griddle. The other issue might be that the burners for the griddle wont line up with the brackets that are holding up all the broiler burners now. The griddle burner looks exactly like the one from the over only smaller so it has to line up strait where a regular front and back burner have to line up offset. maybe since you have the broiler already that should not be an issue? Then the problem is finding the griddle top it self that is going to be spendy. I think the link i gave at the top is your best bet. good luck.
I have a Thermador Gas Range PG364GDBS - Oven, 4 burners, and center griddle. All are gas. The four burners and gas oven
work fine. The griddle just stopped working, no spark. Turning on the
griddle control, the gas valve opens(hear it), gas flows (smell it),
but the ignitor will not spark (no loud or faint spark that I can
hear). I got a replacement ignition device (mount at the burner)
thinking it might be the problem, but still no spark. I checked the AC
voltage at the terminal and measured 39 VAC between the terminal and
ground. Not sure if that is the correct voltage. Any insights or advice
would be great.