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srjacob

Member Since 13 May 2011
Offline Last Active Feb 25 2015 06:28 PM

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In Topic: Thermador SCD272TW/01 Upper oven heats up slowly

25 February 2015 - 06:30 PM

Forgot to mention. I got the element from AppliancePartsPros. Good people, great service.

Part number: 00367649

Part number: 00367649


Thanks, LI-NY

Steve

In Topic: Thermador SCD272TW/01 Upper oven heats up slowly

25 February 2015 - 06:06 PM

Thought I would post this for closure.  It was a bad bake element.  After looking at the new element, the rear terminals go up at a 90 degree angle, so in order to get the old element out, you have to tip the bake element up and angle the terminals out.  Once out, I put the ohmmeter on the old element and it had infinite resistance (definitely open).  I put the new element in, and everything works fine.

 

Thanks for everyone's help.  Now I know how to get the bake element out.

 

The reason it was slow warming up (but still warming up) is that the broil element comes on low power during the preheat cycle.

 

Steve


In Topic: Thermador SCD272TW/01 Upper oven heats up slowly

19 February 2015 - 09:33 AM

I did that, but there is something (perhaps a terminal block) behind the oven preventing the element from coming out very far.  However, it came out enough so that I could measure the voltage.  Turned on the bake cycle, and the voltage on the element was 225V.  The voltage (across the mains) at the breaker box was 225V also, so I guess that points to the element.

 

Correct?

 

Based on what I found, the only way to replace the element is to pull the oven and get at it from the rear, unless there is some magic way to release the element.

 

Correct?

 

Steve


In Topic: Thermador SCD272TW/01 Upper oven heats up slowly

16 February 2015 - 02:40 PM

I understand that I would need to put a meter on it to determine if the element is getting full voltage.  I didn't realize elements go bad like this.  I thought either they worked, or they didn't.  In any case, I was simply looking for suggestions on what parts I might need BEFORE I pulled the oven out to troubleshoot it.  Pulling it out and putting it back are major efforts.  This oven is BIG and HEAVY.


In Topic: Bosch Washer WAS24460UC won't drain-Pump cover stuck

16 February 2015 - 01:50 PM

Sounds like I probably should replace the pump.  There is something jammed in there that's keeping the cover from opening.  It's caused trouble before.



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