masterpiece®/thermador professional® series built

MASTERPIECE®/THERMADOR PROFESSIONAL® SERIES
BUILT-IN OVEN
Built-in oven
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Horno empotrado
Table of Contents........................... 4
Table de Matières ................................................19
Contenido..............................................................35
Models/Modèle/Modelo
ME301JP
ME301JS
ME302JP
ME302JS
MED271JS
MED272JS
MED301JS
MED301JP
MED302JS
MED302JP
MEDMC301JS
MEDMC301JP
MEDMCW71JS
MEDMCW31JP
MEDMCW31JS
POD301J
PODC302J
PODM301J
PODMW301J
Table of Contents
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ......................... 5
Appliance Handling Safety................................................... 5
Safety Codes and Standards .............................................. 5
Electric Safety......................................................................... 5
Related Equipment Safety ................................................... 5
Transport ................................................................................. 5
Preparation...................................................................... 6
Before you Begin ................................................................... 6
Checklist for Installation................................................ 6
Dimensions and Cabinet Requirements....................... 7
Removing Packaging ..................................................... 7
Left Packaging Bracket Removal ....................................... 7
Right Packaging Bracket Removal .................................... 7
Electrical Installation...................................................... 8
Electrical Connection ............................................................ 8
Four-wire Connection............................................................ 8
Three-wire Connection.......................................................... 9
Oven Installation ............................................................ 9
For Best Installation .............................................................. 9
Removing the Oven Door .................................................... 9
Placing the Oven into the Cabinet Opening .................. 11
Replacing the Oven Door .................................................. 12
Combination Units Microwave Trim Adjustment ........... 12
Testing Operation......................................................... 12
Service .......................................................................... 13
Before Calling Service........................................................ 13
Data Plate ............................................................................. 13
Appliance and Cabinet Cutout Dimensions .............. 13
Dimensions for 27” Wall-Mounted Units......................... 13
Dimensions for 27” Under-Counter Units....................... 15
Dimensions for 30” Wall-Mounted Units......................... 15
Dimensions for 30” Under-Counter Units....................... 17
THERMADOR® Support .............................................. 18
Service................................................................................... 18
Parts and Accessories ....................................................... 18
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly,
fire or shock may result causing property damage or
personal injury.
WARNING
Do not repair, replace or remove any part of the
appliance unless specifically recommended in the
manuals. Improper installation, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property damage. Refer to this
manual for guidance. All other servicing should be done
by a qualified technician.
Appliance Handling Safety
Unit is heavy and requires at least two people or proper
equipment to move.
Do not lift appliance by door handle.
Hidden surfaces may have sharp edges. Use caution
when reaching behind or under appliance.
Safety Codes and Standards
This appliance complies with the latest version of one or
more of the following standards:
▯
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61 - Household Cooking Ranges
▯
UL 858 - Household Electric Ranges
▯
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 150 - Microwave Ovens
▯
UL 923 - Microwave Cooking Appliances
▯
CSA C22.2 No. 64 - Household Cooking and LiquidHeating Appliances
Electric Safety
Before you plug in an electrical cord, be sure all controls
are in the OFF position.
If required by the National Electrical Code (or Canadian
Electrical Code), this appliance must be installed on a
separate branch circuit.
Installer - show the owner the location of the circuit
breaker or fuse. Mark it for easy reference.
Important - save these instructions for the local electrical
inspector’s use..
Before installing, turn power OFF at the service panel.
Lock service panel to prevent power from being turned
ON accidentally.
Refer to data plate for more information. See “Data
Plate” under “Service” for data plate location.
Be sure your appliance is properly installed and
grounded by a qualified technician. Installation, electrical
connections and grounding must comply with all
applicable codes.
Related Equipment Safety
Remove all tape and packaging before using the
appliance. Destroy the packaging after unpacking the
appliance. Never allow children to play with packaging
material
Never modify or alter the construction of the appliance.
For example, do not remove leveling legs, panels, wire
covers or anti-tip brackets/screws.
Transport
To avoid damage to the oven vent, use the transport
method shown in the picture below.
UL 1026 - Electric Household Cooking and Food
Serving Appliances
It is the responsibility of the owner and the installer to
determine if additional requirements and/or standards
apply to specific installations.
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Preparation
Before you Begin
Tools and Parts Needed
▯
#2 Philips head screwdriver (to install trim screws).
▯
1/8” drill bit and drill (to drill pilot holes for trim
screws).
▯
Measuring tape.
▯
Gloves and long sleeves are recommended (to help
protect hands and arms from scratches).
Parts Included
Phillips head screws (6).
Power Requirements
The outlet must be properly grounded in accordance with
all applicable codes.
▯
T20 Star-head screwdriver (to remove shipping
screws).
Checklist for Installation
Use this checklist to verify that you have completed each
step of the installation process. This can help you avoid
common mistakes.
Refer to detailed instructions for each step in the
sections following this checklist.
1. Before installing the oven, be sure to verify the cabinet
dimensions are correct for your unit and that the
required electrical connections are present. Make sure
the electrical conduit provided on the unit is able to
reach to the point of connection.
Section: Dimensions and Cabinet Requirements
2. Move the oven unit into place in front of the cabinet
opening.
Section: Removing Packaging
3. Remove packaging materials, leaving the bottom
packaging on the unit to avoid damaging flooring.
Section: Removing Packaging
4. Remove the T20 (star head) screws holding the unit to
the base of the carton.
Section: Removing Packaging
5. Remove the oven door(s).
Section: Oven Installation, "Removing the Oven Door"
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6. Team lift the unit directly into the cabinet cutout.
Section: Oven Installation, "Placing the Oven into the
Cabinet Opening"
7. Slide the unit all the way into place.
Section: Oven Installation, "Placing the Oven into the
Cabinet Opening"
8. Fasten the oven unit to the cabinetry opening with the
screws supplied.
Section: Oven Installation, "Placing the Oven into the
Cabinet Opening"
9. Reinstall the oven door(s).
Section: Oven Installation, "Placing the Oven into the
Cabinet Opening"
Always read and follow the complete installation
instructions contained in this manual.
Dimensions and Cabinet Requirements
Cabinet requirements vary depending on the model to be
installed. Please consult the “Cabinet Dimension
Requirements” section at the back of this installation
manual for the details pertaining to your particular model.
All models require:
▯
¼” (6.4 mm) space between the side of the oven and
an adjacent wall or cabinet door when installed at the
end of a cabinet run.
▯
Installation of 2x4’s extending front to back flush with
the bottom and side of the opening to provide oven
support. This supporting base must be well secured to
the floor/cabinet and must be level.
▯
The electrical conduit box must be located above the
unit to facilitate connecting and servicing the unit.
▯
The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting the weight of your oven when in use (varies
by model up to 429 lbs. (195 kg)). See the
appropriate weight for your model in the “Cabinet
Dimension Requirements” section at the back of this
installation manual.
Removing Packaging
NOTICE: To prevent damage to your floor keep the unit
in its packaging base until ready to be placed in the
cabinet opening. Do not slide the unit across the flooring.
Different models use different packaging materials.
Actual brackets may look differently. Bracket remains in
packaging base.
Right Packaging Bracket Removal
1. Cut straps on outside of box.
2. Remove cardboard box.
3. Remove all top and side cardboard and Styrofoam
braces.
4. Place oven in front of cabinets where it is to be
installed.
5. Unscrew unit from Left and Right Brackets as show in
“Left and Right Packaging Bracket Removal“.
Left Packaging Bracket Removal
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Electrical Installation
All model ovens on the front cover are dual rated,
designed to be connected to either 208/240V AC,
60 Hz, 4 wire, single-phase power supply.
Model
ME301JP,
ME301JS,
MED271JS,
MED301JS,
MED301JP,
POD301J
ME302JP,
ME302JS,
MED272JS,
MED302JS,
MED302JP,
PODC302J
MEDMC301JS,
MEDMC301JP,
MEDMCW71JS,
MEDMCW31JP,
MEDMCW31JS,
PODM301J,
PODMW301J
Circuit Required
The four-wire connection is preferred, but where local
codes permit, the three wire connection is also
acceptable.
Four-wire Connection
30 AMP
40 AMP
50 AMP
The electrical supply should be a 4-wire single-phase AC.
Install a suitable conduit box (not furnished). An
appropriately-sized, UL-listed conduit connector must be
used to correctly attach the conduit to the junction box.
NOTICE: Local Codes may vary; installation, electrical
connections and grounding must comply with all
applicable local codes.
If local codes permit grounding through the electrical
supply neutral, connect both the white neutral wire and
the bare ground wire from the oven to the white neutral
electrical supply wire.
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Electrical Connection
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cable from power supply
White wires
Black wires
U.L.-listed conduit connector
Cable from oven
Bare or green wires
Red wires
Junction box
▯
Connect the red oven wire to the red electrical supply
wire (hot wire).
▯
Connect the black oven wire to the black electrical
supply wire (hot wire).
▯
Connect the white neutral oven wire to the white
neutral (not bare ground) electrical supply wire.
▯
Connect the oven bare ground wire to the bare (or
green) electrical supply ground wire.
Three-wire Connection
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7
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White wires
Red wires
Junction box
▯
Connect red wire from oven to red electrical supply
wire.
▯
Connect black wire from oven to black electrical
supply wire.
Connect both the bare ground wire and the white wire
from the oven to the white (or gray) neutral electrical
supply wire, or the bare/green ground electrical supply
wire.
The conduit cable, where connected at the oven, swivels.
Rotate conduit cable upward (or downward) and direct
through hole prepared in cabinet to attach to junction
box.
To maintain serviceability, the flex conduit must not be
shortened and should be routed to permit temporary
removal of the oven.
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2
3
4
5
Cable from power supply
Black wires
U.L.-listed conduit connector
Cable from oven
Bare or green wire
Oven Installation
NOTICE: Before installing the oven, be sure to verify the
cabinet dimensions and electrical connections.
For Best Installation
The oven can be difficult for two people to handle during
installation. It is recommended to have three or more
people available to assist with lifting the unit into place.
Removal of the oven door during installation (to provide
the necessary handholds and to significantly reduce the
unit weight) can be cumbersome unless the detailed
door removal instructions are followed carefully. Please
take time to read and follow the instructions provided for
an improved installation experience.
Removing the Oven Door
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CAUTION
WHEN REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR:
▯ Make sure oven is cool and power to the oven
has been turned off before removing the door.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or
burns.
▯ The oven door is heavy and parts of it are fragile.
Use both hands to remove the oven door. The
door front includes glass components. Handle
carefully to avoid breakage.
▯ Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not
grasp the handle as it may swing in your hand
and cause damage or injury.
▯ Failure to grasp the oven door firmly and properly
could result in personal injury or product damage.
▯ To avoid injury from hinge bracket snapping
closed, be sure that both locking levers are
securely in place before removing the door. Also,
do not force the oven door open or closed - the
hinge could be damaged and injury could result.
▯ Do not lay the removed door on sharp or pointed
objects as this could break the glass. Lay the
door on a flat, smooth surface, positioned so that
the door cannot fall over.
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To remove the oven door:
1. Read the preceeding caution notice before beginning
the oven door removal process.
2. Provide a nearby place to safely lay the door after
removal so it will not fall over or be stepped upon. Lay
the door flat on a blanket or cushioned surface.
6. Flip the locking levers towards the door as far as they
will go. Hint: (B) It may be helptul to use the tip of a
screwdriver to pull out the locking levers. (C) Make
sure both locking levers are in the locked position
pushed all the way towards the door.
3. Open the oven door fully until it is parallel to the floor.
The door contains powerful springs to assist with
closing the door. It is necessary to position the toggle
locks in place to take the tension off the springs.
4. To access the toggle locks, remove the locking plate
using a T20 star head driver.
5. After removing the screw, (A) lift the locking plate up
and then pivot it out to remove. Repeat for the other
hinge. Retain both locking plates and screws for
reinstallation.
7. With the toggles in place as shown, carefully close the
oven door until the front side of the door is about
5½ inches (140 mm) from the control panel.
8. Grasp the door firmly using both hands. The door
weighs over 30 pounds.
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CAUTION
To avoid damage do not allow the door to strike
the control panel during door removal or
replacement.
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9. Lift the door up and pull out at an upward angle as
shown in the following illustration. The notch in the
hinge foot will disengage from the oven door frame.
With both door hinge feet disengaged, lift the door off
the unit.
When lifting the unit into place avoid grasping the upper
element to avoid damaging it. See the following
illustration for the correct lifting point.
1. The unit and its bottom packaging (pallet) should be
10.Carefully move the door to a safe place to protect it
from damage until you are ready to reinstall it.
positioned close to and in front of the cabinet opening
prior to beginning to lift the unit into place.
Placing the Oven into the Cabinet Opening
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CAUTION
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To avoid potential damage to flooring keep the
unit on its base packaging until immediately
before placing the unit directly into the cabinet
opening. Do not allow the metal base of the unit
to contact the flooring. See the following handling
instructions for details.
To avoid damage to the door (and/or warming
drawer front for combo units) do not lift, pull or
push the unit during installation by using the oven
door handle or warming drawer handle as a
gripping point.
Wear gloves and long sleeves to protect hands
and forearms from abrasion and potential
scratches during the lifting process. Take off
watches and jewelry and wear work shoes during
installation for foot protection.
2. Lift or slide unit into the cabinet cutout without allowing
the unit base to contact the flooring.
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3. Guide the unit straight back into the cabinet cutout.
Push the unit straight in until the oven trim is about
2 inches from being flush with cabinet wall. Be careful
not to crimp the flexible conduit between the oven and
the cabinet back wall. If necessary, guide the flexible
conduit into the wall or cabinet access hole so it
doesn’t prevent the unit from being pushed all the way
into the cabinet opening. The oven should be straight
and level, not crooked.
4. Push the unit all the way back into the cabinet cutout
until the front edge of the unit is flush with the front of
the cabinet.
5. Install the supplied screws through the tap holes in the
trim (2 screws for single ovens, 4 screws for double/
combo ovens). It is recommended to drill pilot holes
for the trim screws.
6. Replace the oven door(s) according to the following
Combination Units Microwave Trim
Adjustment
During the installation of your Built-In Oven combination
unit it may be necessary to adjust the microwave trim
frame for a tight fit against the cabinet front. Determine if
alignment of the microwave trim frame is needed to fit
the trim tighter against the cabinet front.
1. Measure the gap dimension to be closed and note on
which side it appears.
2. Slide the Built-In Oven unit out from the cabinet 4 to 5
inches, enough to provide access to the adjustment
screws.
3. Remove screws (A) and replace into adjustable slot
positions (B). Do not tighten the screws.
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Replacing the Oven Door
To replace the oven door:
1. Hold the door firmly in both hands at a 30° angle to
the front of the unit.
2. Guide the door hinges into the hinge slots on the unit
housing.
3. Slide the door in until the slots on the hinges engage
the oven housing. Hint: it may be necessary to rock
the door slightly to seat it correctly.
4. Slide the trim frame as needed (C).
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4. Lower the door into the fully open 90° position. If the
door will not lower all the way to the 90° position, the
hinges are not correctly seated. The door should be
straight, not crooked.
5. Push the locking toggles back into the unlocked
position, toward the oven cavity.
6. Reinstall the locking plates and screws (see door
removal process above).
7. Close the door gently. It should close all the way.
Gently open and close the door several times to be
sure it is correctly installed and securely in place.
5. Tighten the screws holding the trim frame.
6. Slide the oven unit fully back into place in the cavity
and check to see if the alignment of the microwave
trim frame is satisfactory. If it is not, repeat the
procedure.
Testing Operation
1. Turn on power at the breaker.
2. Check power at junction box using a volt meter.
4. Verify that the oven light comes on and the oven
begins to preheat.
For 240 V installation, the reading between the red
and black wires (line to line) should be 220 to 240
volts.
5. Test the door lock.
For 208 V installation, the reading between the red
and black wires (line to line) should be 190 to 208
volts.
6. If installing a double oven, test the second oven as
3. Test the oven mode.
Select the BAKE mode. See the Use and Care Manual
for detailed operation instructions.
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Set the SELF CLEAN mode. Confirm that the door
locks when the lock icon appears in the display.
well.
7. If any of the tests do not result as explained above,
contact service for assistance. Otherwise, the
installation is complete at this time.
Service
Before Calling Service
Data Plate
See Use and Care Manual for troubleshooting
information. Refer to the Warranty in the Use and Care
Manual.
The data plate shows the model and serial number. Refer
to the data plate on the appliance when requesting
service.
The data plate is located on the underside of the control
panel:
To reach a service representative, see the contact
information at the front of the manual. Please be
prepared with the information printed on your product
data plate when calling.
Appliance and Cabinet Cutout Dimensions
Dimensions for 27” Wall-Mounted Units
Wall Installation 27” Ovens:
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oven and the wall/door.
For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back
flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The
supporting base must be well secured to the floor/
cabinet and level.
NOTICES
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The conduit box must be installed either above or
below the unit. If the conduit box is installed below the
unit, a 2” diameter hole or space is required between
the back wall and the right rear of the 2x4 supports.
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The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 193 lbs (87 kg).
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NOTICES
NOTICES
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The conduit box must be located above the unit to
facilitate connecting and servicing.
▯
The conduit box must be located above the unit to
facilitate connecting and servicing.
▯
The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 361 lbs (164 kg).
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The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 369 lbs (167 kg).
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Dimensions for 27” Under-Counter Units
Dimensions for 30” Wall-Mounted Units
30” Single Oven
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installed under a cabinet, the junction box should be
located to the right of the unit within reach of the power
cord.
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cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet
door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the
oven and the wall/door.
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oven and the wall/door.
For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back
flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The
supporting base must be well secured to the floor/
cabinet and level.
NOTICES
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The conduit box must be installed either above or
below the unit. If the conduit box is installed below the
unit, a 2” diameter hole or space is required between
the back wall and the right rear of the 2x4 supports.
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The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 212 lbs (96 kg).
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30” Double Oven
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For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back
flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The
supporting base must be well secured to the floor/
cabinet and level.
NOTICES
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The conduit box must be installed either above or
below the unit. If the conduit box is installed below the
unit, a 2 inch diameter hole or space is required
between the back wall and the right rear of the 2x4
supports.
▯
The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 390 lbs (177 kg).
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It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a
cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet
door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the
oven and the wall/door.
For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back
flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The
supporting base must be well secured to the floor/
cabinet and level.
NOTICES
▯
The conduit box must be installed either above or
below the unit. If the conduit box is installed below the
unit, a 2 inch diameter hole or space is required
between the back wall and the right rear of the 2x4
supports.
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The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 310 lbs (141 kg).
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installed under a cabinet, the junction box should be
located to the right of the unit within range of the power
cord.
It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a
cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet
door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the
oven and the wall/door.
For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back
flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The
supporting base must be well secured to the floor/
cabinet and level.
Note: The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 212 lbs. (96 kg).
It is good practice, when oven is installed at the end of a
cabinet run, adjacent to a perpendicular wall or cabinet
door, to allow at least 1/4” space between the side of the
oven and the wall/door.
For oven support, install 2x4’s extending front to back
flush with the bottom and the side of the opening. The
supporting base must be well secured to the floor/
cabinet and level.
NOTICES
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The conduit box must be located above the unit to
facilitate connecting and servicing.
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The cabinet base must be flat and capable of
supporting a weight of at least 429 lbs (195 kg).
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THERMADOR® Support
Service
We realize that you have made a considerable
investment in your kitchen. We are dedicated to
supporting you and your appliance so that you have
many years of creative cooking.
Please don’t hesitate to contact our STAR® Customer
Support Department if you have any questions or in the
unlikely event that your THERMADOR® appliance needs
service. Our service team is ready to assist you.
USA
800-735-4328
www.thermador.com/support
Canada
800-735-4328
www.thermador.ca
Parts and Accessories
Parts, filters, descalers, stainless steel cleaners and more
can be purchased in the THERMADOR® eShop or by
phone.
USA
www.thermador-eshop.com
Canada
Marcone 800-287-1627
or
Reliable Parts 800-663-6060
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