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Replace Bulb on Oven Display

The display is barely visible. I suppose that the bulb is burned out and needs to be replaced. How do I access the bulb in order to replace?

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  • owzat Jan 20, 2008

    Clock / time display is getting very dim. Need new display . control module. My actual oven model # SCD302ZP but looks identical to solution you posted to previous inquiry.

    Do you have part number source for new module?

    thanks

  • Anonymous Jun 02, 2008

    I have ordered the panle - how do I install?

  • Anonymous Jun 07, 2008

    The display light has faded and is now barely lit at all.

  • mrfixit58 Nov 22, 2008

    We have had a SC302TS for about 10 years. We are now on our 2nd control panel as the display works for about 1-2 years before it starts to dim over another 1 year and then eventually goes out.



    This is such a piece of **** panel design and am so disappointed in Thermador buidling such junk. I have read and heard that the problem is inherent in the capacitors used on the control panel. When we replace the last control panel the display worked again, but the cost to keep repairing this unit upsets me because I believe if they would have designed it right the first time then this would never be a problem.



    To replace the control panel, open up the top oven and look under the display panel ends. There are two screws there to take out on the ends (don't worry about those in the middle). Be careful when you take off the panel as I was told that the connectors can break as you are inserting and removing from the pins on the circuit board - which would be a pain to remove later.



    The last time we ordered the part, we had to order one where the circuit board was part of the entire display plus there were different sizes of circuit boards so to insure we received the right one we had to measure the size of the circuit board. Again, be really careful putting the connectors on the pins as they are very easy to break and then you need another panel.

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I dont thinkits as easy as just replaceig a bulb. you have a electronic display on there. what it sounds like its the display thats bad. I dont know if it is a seperate part or attached to the control bord like most others. Most times it is attached. and that meand the control bord will have to be replaced. I dont now how old the oven is but some manufacturers will have a 5 year parts warenty on the electronics. may be worth finding that out first. Replacing it is the only way to resolve your problem.

Posted on Aug 06, 2007

  • larry snyder Aug 06, 2007

    I looked up your oven and its called a control kit here is the pictures i found of it

  • larry snyder Aug 06, 2007

    it also looks to be 2 other parts to it but I could not get them in the same post. But there are 2 other control bords. In the first one is the display and to me it looks like you may just be able to replace that part of it only with out the other two boards. you may want to call a thermador parts dealer and check. Good Luck

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