Home cooks all over the United States rely on their Thermador wall ovens to bake bread or heat pizzas. Sometimes, however, even the best wall oven fails to heat properly. When this happens, check out these troubleshooting tips to restore heat to your wall oven.
The job of a wall oven's thermostat is to maintain a constant oven temperature. If you find the oven temperature is fluctuating inappropriately, or if the oven heating elements fail to turn on or off as they should, you may need a new thermostat.
The bake element in an electric wall oven is the tube that wraps around the bottom of your oven to supply heat, and the broil element is the corresponding tube around the top of the oven. If your bake or broil elements aren't operating correctly, wall oven repair may be required. Inspect the bake and broil elements for visual damage, and replace them if needed.
Your wall oven's electronic control board is one of the most crucial wall oven parts since it governs all the oven's timing and heating functions. The electronic control board sits right behind the digital clock on the front of the oven. If the control board doesn't light up, even when you've confirmed that the power is on, it needs to be replaced.
Sears PartsDirect has a wide selection of wall oven parts, including those needed when your Thermador oven doesn't heat properly. Once you've determined the source of the problem, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698 for assistance.