Re: thermador oven control panel light is not working
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.
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oven starts to beep and shuts off. I shut the circuit breaker off and it re sets itself and hopefully when I power it up it will start to work. We have replaced the front panel and all th PC boards and reset the reset button behind the panel. If there was a was that I could disconnect the shut off that's built in I would keep the oven.
When this oven work, it's great however at this time i am losing patience and maybe I should toss it out and get a new oven which I really don't want to do!
I am very capable of taking it out and opening up the panel an re setting all the boards once again if that would help? Thermador has had a recall on this unit as some people claim it will overheat and go on fire?
The stove has little mileage on it and we would like to keep it but if you have a way of fixing it or if not we would love to hear from you!
The switches on the first circcuit card mounted horizontally in the space above the microwave enclosure and behind the control pannel have burned to the point that they no longer engage properly to close the power to the oven heating elements. I do not know anyone who has removed the plastic covers and cleaned them to the point of working again properly and do not recommend trying that approach. The only sure solution is to replace the circuit card that has the three switches.
We've had the same problem. I contacted a local sales room and they contacted their rep who promptly mailed the replacement parts I requested (I'd looked up the part numbers already). Now I'm waiting to find someone who will reasonably do the work.