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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a new display/relay board package they have come up with to solve this problem. The parts generally run about $250, and if you have it repalced by a service company, the total will be a little less than $500. The display is really easy to change by itself, but you must change the realy board with it, and it has about 40 different wires going to it. If you draw a diagram as you take the wires off, and label them carefully, it isn't that hard to do the whole job..just take your time. This is a problem thermadore/dacor ovens have had for some time. If it isn't too old you may try calling thermadore and see if they are willing to at least buy you the parts, as this is a known problem. Good Luck!
Posted on Nov 24, 2006
there is a dispay kit you can order from bosch to fix this problem. it will come with a new display board and power control which is located behind control panel as well
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
Woke up this morning and heard my smw272 built-in oven beeping.
Oh no! First the display (but at least the oven worked) now the
oven is beeping (fault signal according to manual) and the thing
is dead except for the microwave and warming bin. The only
way to turn off the incessant beeping--which was driving me crazy--was
to go outside to the fuse box and turn off the circuit to the
oven. Yeah, I stopped the beeping but now I'm at the mercy of the
unscrupulous service repairman--was quoted a flat fee to drive
out and a hefty hourly rate (i.e., "value added" service charge).
OUCH! Hey folks, please follow my simple advice if you want to
avoid making a big mistake: NO MORE THERMADORS. RUN--DON'T
WALK AWAY FROM THIS BRAND!!!
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
SOURCE: Thermador SC301T oven
First, I want to thank everyone with your information to repair the Thermador SC301. If you want to spend the $171.99 and send the part to CG Industries, that is an easier way out.
I chose the cheap route and ordered up a few capacitors, 68 micro farad 50 V, 470 micro farad 35 V and 22 micro farad 35 V. The originals rated 105 degrees would have cost under $3.00 from Mouser Electronics but I spent under $7.00 for the capacitors to get an extra set and I bought the 135 C degrees for the two 470 mf and the 68 mf but decided not to use that one due to the larger size--a couple of mm larger in diameter. I spent $15 for UPS for 2 days delivery and $10 for a Radio Shack 15 Walt soldering iron. I had some electronic rosin solder from before. It was pretty easy to remove the 4 capacitors trying not to overheat and trying to get the excess solder away from the board so you could mount the new capacitor terminal throug the holes on the printed circuit board. It took over 5 hours to research all of this information but I was able to repair the board and assemble back in less than an hour. I have had 4 years of basic electronics in high school 35 years ago. Most important is to label all the parts such as harnesses and other wiring and know that the capacitors have a polarity indicator printed on the jacket and be sure to mount this correctly.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
If you haven't already, replace the capacitors on the clock module. I
had the same problem with a similar oven. See this link for more info:
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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