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Oven does not hold heat, the temp on the exterior dial is different from the interior heat. I tried to bake a cake (again, after being serviced SEVERAL times over the last 2 yrs) and after double the baking time, the cake never cooked properly because it never raised. God forbid I had dropped it on my toes, they would have been broken. One repair person told me that their is a 50 degree range.... whatever. Horrible company, crappy product, never again a Thermador.

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  • nwathey Apr 02, 2008

    it is a gas oven/range

  • nwathey Apr 02, 2008

    TX-U
    I will try it .

  • nwathey Apr 02, 2008

    No, with everything that has to bake. The oven does not hold the temp. every thing takes way longer and ends up ruining a lot of dishes.

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Well i dont know if your just venting or not but your oven may not be do you have covers on your top vent pans or foil is it gas or electric

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  • robert samples Apr 02, 2008

    great there is a vent from the oven to let air circulate if this vent isnt working right then the oven wont cook right look in your owners manuel and see if you can find the vent sorry but i dont have acess to thermodore specs then bake something and hold your hand over the vent and see if it has good air flow if not then the vent may have been instaled improperly at the factory or there is an obstruction

  • robert samples Apr 02, 2008

    air has to flow around things to cook otherwise they are just siting in heat if the air dont move ten it dont cook are cakes the only thing you have a problem with if it is change the rack position lots of time that helps

  • robert samples Apr 02, 2008

    hows the door seal

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