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Heating element in upper oven heats to about 300 degrees and temperature will not increase.

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That seems to me like it could be an issue with the sensor. Ohm it out. It should be around 1100 ohms if it is any good. Check for shorts from each wire of the oven sensor to ground. I have a manual and a TIP I wrote about these Thermadors.
Thermador 301/302 wall oven repair manual

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

  • Dan Webster
    Dan Webster Sep 28, 2010

    Thought I might throw in what a sensor looks like. LOL

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