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Heating elements do not heat

I have a single, built-in electric Thermador oven, Model No. X301XP, Serial No. 99070550. Neither the oven or the broiler works. Have I blown a thermostat or internal fuse? There does not seem to be any obvious problem externally with either of the heating elements.

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This problem your having is some connected with your oven shut down thermostat.if that does not solve your prob.next solution would be to check that control board.

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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It sounds as if you have a tripped thermal cut out. This is accessed by removing the 5 or so screws on the black grate below the control panel and pulling the grate out. Somewhere in the middle towrds the front should be a little button wiht 2 wires hooked to it. make sure you have the power off to the oven, then reach in with a screwdriver or your hand if you can and push the little red buttton down untill it clicks. The cause for this to trip could be bent door hinges not allowing the door to close fully (common thermadore problem), bad door gasket especially in combination with running a self clean cycle, broiling with the door ajar, or a bad cooling fan (the one behind the electronics, not the one in the oven) Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 18, 2007

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