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Can grill be safely converted to griddle on Thermador PRG486GLUS?
If it doesnt fit your specs. then i would suggest u find a thermador parts place and begin to buy the parts for the griddle as replacement parts. find a model of the stove set up that you want and make a list of all the parts that go to the griddle attachment.
My guess is that the reason for the flat "No" on the retrofit was that griddles require a thermostat similar to the one on the oven and broilers do not. So if their is no room behind the face plate where the knob would go then you can't put in a griddle. The other issue might be that the burners for the griddle wont line up with the brackets that are holding up all the broiler burners now. The griddle burner looks exactly like the one from the over only smaller so it has to line up strait where a regular front and back burner have to line up offset. maybe since you have the broiler already that should not be an issue? Then the problem is finding the griddle top it self that is going to be spendy. I think the link i gave at the top is your best bet. good luck.
on Jun 03, 2009
I have a Thermador PRSE304SLP
4 burner stove. The front burner on the left will not ignite. It does have spark. All the little holes are clear in the cap/cover.Everything is dry. It’s been like this for quite a while. It does not click like the other three when i push in and turn it and does not get gas. Is this a bad gas solenoid ?
you hear clicking and see sparks as you turn the burner knob, and can smell that gas is flowing okay, but the fire won’t ignite, it’s possible that the gas feed is cloggedThis is a super quick and easy fix – simply lift off the grate (make sure it’s cool to the touch), take off the burner cap, and lift the burner out from the range top. For some models, you may need to unscrew the two screws holding the burner in place – for this, a regular nut driver or socket wrench will do the trick.Have a look at the small, nearly pin-sized hole in the back of the burner. This feeds the gas through to the igniter to get the fire lit, and can frequently get blocked up with grease or any other kind of debris. Just give the burner a thorough clean, sticking a toothpick, needle, or other similarly sized tool through the hole to clear it up, and pop it back on to your stovetop. The gas should feed through and the burner should light as usual.
on Nov 25, 2020
Why doesn't it heat?
Your mystery Thermador appliance is broken. Contact your local service department.
or heaven forbid ... A failed mainboard!
on Nov 23, 2020
Thermador P304CS error code 4 preheat blinks then 3 heat blinks
I wanted to post this up in case someone has trouble finding an answer and what worked for me. I found somewhere else that the 43 code (4 preheat;3heat) blinks was specific to the cooling fan or the temp sensor. I had started to remove the temp sensor off the back wall of the oven but was unsure where the wire ran to. There is a specific Ohm value it should have around 1080 I think (not 100% postive).
What I found during that search is what solved the oven problem for me. On the top of the range, if you pull off the grill grates and remove the center stainless cover you can access under the burners. You can do this without removing any wires or hardware. In the back of this area is a small cover held in by 4 screws. Remove that. Underneath it is the cooling fan switch. It is a mechanical switch that when the fan kicks on it pushes a metal sail that then causes a connection in the switch letting it know the fan is operating. This switch had a little bit of corrosion on one terminal but it is also prone to getting dirty. Clean it off and try to restart the oven. The sail should move forward and the switch makes connection. For me once it was cleaned and any corrosion cleaned off, my oven worked just fine. This is a pretty easy check with the 43 code since it does not involve a lot of invasive work. Hope this helps someone.
on Nov 21, 2020
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