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Thermal Sensor Kit

Part Number: AP2831584
MFG Part Number: 00414152
Made by: Bosch

Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others.

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Part Number 00414152 (AP2831584) replaces 1018990, 14-31-276, 14-31-276-01, 14-33-034-02, 14-33-034-03, 14-33-034-04, 14-33-034-05, 14-33-034-06, 14-33-730, 16-10-216, 35-00-306, 414152, 484506, 485680, 485681, 485682, 485683, 486724, 488348, 489016, AH3459636, EA3459636, PS3459636, PS8709966.

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How to Replace Thermal Sensor Kit #00414152

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermal Sensor Kit #00414152. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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I have a Thermador SCD302TW double oven. The bottom oven works fine. The upper oven will heat to desired temp (say 350) and then after 10-15 minutes begin to lose temperature. Typically gets down to 200 or so then begins to reheat. Will get back to 250-260 and then stop heating again. Once the oven has cooled completely, it will reach the desired temp (350) again and begin to repeat the procedure. Any ideas?

John for Model Number SCD302TW


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Hello, my Thermador double oven will heat for a period of time, sometimes an hour, then shutdown and show fault F67. A technician diagnosed it as a bad control board. He didn't seem very knowledgable and appeared to be guessing (not his money). I have repaired control boards before and this issue doesn't appear indicative of a board failure. I called the Bosch/Thermador service line inquiring what F67 was since that code is nowhere to be found on the internet. She stated that the code was not available to her as some are "hidden" and a tech would have to come back out. Looking to fix this on my own. Thanks.

Mark for Model Number CM302


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This is a dual fuel range with an electric oven that has a top broiler element and a bottom oven element. Yesterday I tried baking a cake (and walked outside to do some garden work), returned to an alarm beeping and the display read F1, the cake was done but the top was burned black. Called Thermador and they suggested that I turn the breaker off for at least 1/2 hour and retry it. I used my oven thermometer and set the oven temp at 350. The alarm went off at an oven temp of about 200, again the display read F1. Thermador tells me this alarm means either element supervisor enabler, poor connection between display and touch tone panel or main power board. My husband wanted to electrically test the thermostat, but we can't figure out how to remove it from the inside of the oven, the two leads have an elastic portion and we can't pull the end of the unit forward. Does the range have to be removed from the cabinetry to get at the thermostat? Any ideas you have on what the problem might be would help. Diane

Diane for Model Number Thermador RDSS30QB


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After beginning to preheat, the oven turns off and gives error code F 34. The oven can be turned on again and set to a new mode and temperature and will usually again turn off and give same code. After several attempts using different modes and temps, sometimes the oven will preheat to desired temp. and work. This is an electric oven. Very frustrating. Thanks. Is this the correct oven temp sensor for this oven? If so, where is it located? Thanks.

Rbiermann for Model Number Thermador CS271BS/02


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After switching the ERC unit (which I bought at Appliance Pro) I am not sure if the temperature sensor is working properly. My oven shuts down unexpectedly before it fully preheats and even if I restart it again it shuts down 25 mins or so after it reaches the desired temperature. I looked at some of your instructions on how to test OHM resistance level of the sensor. I was able to use my analog reader but it only has a 1x setting. When I touch both ends of the meter probes together the needle barely moves to the right ~1,000 range. So then I went to the oven range to test the sensor. When I took the screws that held the range sensor in place and pulled on the sensor I was able to pull out enough to get to where it connects to the wires coming from behind the range. I did insert the the two ends of my meter probes into where it is making contact and it appears that the needle also moved slightly to the right ~1,000 range. As I am still not 100% sure if it is working properly, I thought I could switch the sensors from the lower range and the upper range and then see if I am still getting the same problems. If this was the case then I can just buy the temperature sensor part and everything would be fine. However, in the Thermador ranges these sensors are not easy to remove from the wires that are coming from the back of the range so I wanted to ask if you have the instructions on how to disconnect the sensor. Otherwise, if I do buy the part I would still not be able to take it apart. Do you have by any chance a manual or a link to see how to disconnect the sensor from the wires that are coming from the back of the range? Thanks,

Juan for Model Number Thermador SCT302


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Thank you for your reply(top oven works fine.Bottom wont heat over 220.replaced bake element still the same.You suggest part ap4929089 However other suggestions posted for probl are temperature sensor part414633 or temp sensor prob 414152 which tests at 60HZ is this correct? and also my unit is convection so do I try part ap49s9089 or ap2828217? or start with 414633 oven sensor first?

Martine for Model Number SC302ZP Themador


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