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Thermador CT227NS Double Convection Oven from 1998


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#1 czucz

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Posted 23 May 2005 - 03:48 AM

Hi all,

Any help would be welcome.

I removed a Thermador double wall oven and put it in a new location.

I took the exact subpanel and breakers and reinstalled them as per the wiring diagram.

I thought everything was great once I turned all the breakers on as the lights, the clock and all of the indicators are working just fine.

However, no heat.

I have tried both the upper and lower ovens on broil, convection and bake but nothing.

I'm a real novice at this and am hoping for some direction before I have to call in a repair guy.

Thanks in advance,

Eugene

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Posted 23 May 2005 - 04:12 AM

May not be a problem with the wiring, but with the oven.  You can verify the supply voltage to the oven with your meter.  If it checks out, you know the oven itself has a problem.  Then the fun begins!




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