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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Atlanta...sounds like you may have a power supply problem or the panel is bad. Cut the power, open the unit up and see if there is a fuse in there or a reset. No good? Then replace the circuit board. They just, well, die sometime. Happened to my microwave. Some units may be available remanufactured. Look around on the web.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
I just replaced two of the capacitors and it worked thank God. I couldn't get at the 3rd capacitor with the soldering iron because the display blocks it and I couldn't see how to remove the display unit. We had already begun shopping for a new double oven. This was the last resort. The capacitors were $1.78 apiece at an electronics store. A repairmen quoted us a $780 fix - with him shipping the parts out to be rebuilt because Thermador is out of business and not producing parts anymore. There is a great place in Canada called Appliancetimers.com which will rebuild the timer for you inexpensively ($109) but they also want you to send the Power Relay Board which requires removal of the double oven to get at it. We found that it was much too heavy to consider that solution.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Please see post by bonanzsapilot on 14 March 2009; he gives exact & easy to follow directions for making this repair for <$10. It's listed uner 'Thermador SC301IT oven - FixYa'. In a separate post I added the correct capacitor numbers from Newark.com. I made the fix in abt 30 min & it's good as new. Thermador no longer makes control panels for this oven & no wiring diagram is available to help. Shop price was estimated at $500.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
I see this post has been here for quite some time. Sorry you haven't had an answer yet, while I can't say why, If you still are inquiring, the problem lies in the control and harness assembly. In my professional experience with almost all thermador of this era it's sometimes a bad solder on the control pin connector from the display,(which can be fixed by a proficient soldering person or conversely destroyed by a poor one) a bad transformer integrated onto said control, or other times just a bad harness, you'll likely need a control in any event. When you purchase a control ( # 1051714 for 302-double or 1051712 for 301 single oven models, and around $200US check your local parts depot or service center.) they should have new harness enclosed in the packaging of the control.
I just joined here less than a month ago, so I'm starting to see alot of post's I haven't seen before (there are many) and likely some may never get answered directly, but alot are the same if you search out similarities.
hope this helps.
**I should add this could be a job for a professional tech, who depending on how proficient they are or how the environment is set up, could handle this in 30-45 min or so. It is quite straight forward for one experienced with servicing thermador units. I would suggest you insist on an authorized b/s/h tech, they tend to have more of the update info if any or reworks etc.**
The above (re: hiring a tech) is just my opinion based on my professional experience and there may be opposing opinions, in the end you are the authority.
hope I've been helpful to you,
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Emge & Associates is investigating gas and electric ovens manufactured by Whirlpool, including such popular brands as Whirlpool, Jenn-Air, KitchenAid and Maytag.
The firm is investigating reports that the electronic control panel on certain models is subject to failure after a limited number of uses of the appliance’s “self-cleaning” setting. While most foods are cooked at temperatures reaching 375 degrees, the “self-cleaning” setting raises the interior oven temperature to 1,400 degrees. Due to defects in the design and or manufacturing, the electronics contained on many ranges are damaged by extremely high heat. Repairs to damaged control panels typically cost in excess of $300 per replacement.
If you have experienced failure of the control panel in your range after using the “self-cleaning” setting, you can join this investigation by contacting Emge & Associates at (800) 629-3409 or (619) 618-2974.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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