Question about Thermador C272 Electric Double Oven
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Posted on Mar 10, 2008
One cause of the F34 problem: After taking the back of the oven off, I found that the airflow switch was bad (using a DVM/Ohmmeter).
Examining the switch after removing it, I could see that this switch is not sealed, and judging from the slight warping of the case, is being overstressed for temperature.
This warping allows airborne grease and dirt to contaminate the internal contacts, making the switch behave erratically and intermittently.
The upside to not being sealed is that once you remove it, you can take it apart and clean it, but you have to be careful to reassemble it correctly.
This is good, since the website for parts ordering doesn't clarify which of two items listed as "SWITCH" is the one I need, and after 30 minutes on hold calling their parts department, I was disconnected. And to add to Thermador's rep, my email sent to their "Contact Us" link bounced....
Hope this helps....
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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