Question about Thermador SEC272BPSS Electric Double Oven
Presumably, the plane of the face to the Control Panel
should coincide with the plane of the oven doors. Maybe not. Maybe its face
should be parallel to the plane of the doors but inset about 2MM.
From the side, the bottom right edge of my Control Panel jutted out about 2MM, giving a cockeyed appearance from the exposed side.
I removed the two sheet metal screws from underneath the Control Panel, slid the panel upwards, removed it and set it down on the top oven rack in order to evaluate a possible obstruction.
Now I would like to put the Control Panel back, but I can’t seem to catch the two tongues that secure the panel at the top. Do I have to pull out the oven to accomplish this? Or should there be enough room to maneuver the panel and catch those two tongues?
I just finish doing the same thing and you have to be carefull in putting back the panel the same way it was set, otherwise it will not work. Just do it carefully and you should be able to tell when is set in place correctly. Do not use force, since it was designed to be set in one position only before attaching the screws back in place. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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