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Valve, Dual Gas

Part Number: AP2832926
MFG Part Number: 00415497
Made by: Bosch
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Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Valve.

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Part Number 00415497 (AP2832926) replaces 1013953, 15-10-147, 35-00-206, 415497, 416205, 421661, AH3460979, EA3460979, PS3460979, PS8711295.

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How to Replace Valve, Dual Gas #00415497

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Valve, Dual Gas #00415497 for Range made by Thermador. 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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My bake and broiler does now work. I have tested the wires coming into the gas valve from the oven thermostat and have found that there is 120 volts. The gas valve label says it should only receive 3.3 volts. Does the oven thermostat put out 3.3 volts to the gas valve or is the thermostat defective and need replacement. Is there another test I should perform to determine the problem?

Armondo for Model Number thermadorprsg304


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I Have a Thermador PRG364DUS Range about 6 years old. The oven and broiler will not light. I have changed the igniter for the oven, but that did not solve the problem. I have ordered a dual gas valve as I feel that is the next step to replace. However I want to be sure that I connect the 4 wires correctly.

Uscgamecock for Model Number Thermador PRG364DUS/01


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Thermador oven - Broiler would not light but oven would operate properly. Found broken off broiler igniter end (part that glows red hot) and changed it for new one. Broiler still would not go on (new igniter would not glow red) and oven still worked. Oven thermostat /control seems to work because wiring shows voltage changes at dual gas valve terminals when knob moved between oven on to broiler on positions. I attempted to check operation of broiler circuit by connecting wires for oven igniter to broiler igniter. Broiler still would not go on (no red glow on igniter. When putting wires back to original positions now both oven and broiler will not light. Oven igniter will not now glow red - No gas (no smell) flows. Are there 2 circuits on "DUAL" gas valve - it has 4 wires into 4 terminals, 2 from the oven and 2 from the broiler? Might one have gone bad with the broken off broiler igniter glow piece? And did I damage the oven circuit side when I connected it to the broiler side????

John for Model Number prsg304


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Oven does not come up to temperature. Oven burner starts out with normal size flame, then after a few minutes the flame gets smaller and there is a puffing sound like the gas is being restricted. Is this a bad gas valve? Part #AP28329226.

Dennis for Model Number PRG364GLUS


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