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  1. Cleaning and care instructions for your oven [Article]
    We recommend cleaning the oven exterior and interior when it becomes unsightly. Wipe away spills on a timely basis so that spills do not become hardened and difficult to remove. How t

  2. How to self-clean an oven [Article]
    All models have slightly different instructions. If you own two wall ovens, you cannot self-clean both ovens at the same time. Please refer to your Use & Care Guide to learn how to self-clean yo

  3. How does the Thermador Steam Convection Oven work? [Article]
    The Steam and Convection Oven features a 1.4 quart water tank that needs to be filled with tap water and inserted into the oven prior to use. When the oven is turned on to Steam or Combination

  4. Does the Thermador Steam Convection Oven have any special installation considera... [Article]
    No, the steam oven is a non-plumbed version that doesn’t need to be connected to the water line.

  5. Which Thermador cooking appliances contain a steam convection oven? [Article]
    Steam convection ovens can be found as a built-in oven and can also be found in our dual-fuel Pro-Grand Steam Range. For more details, click

  6. How do I convert regular recipes for the steam convection oven? [Article]
    In general, the cooking time is decreased by a quarter. For example, if it takes a chicken 1 hour to roast in a traditional oven, it will take about 45 minutes in a steam convection oven. Also,

  7. What kinds of food can be cooked in a steam convection oven? [Article]
    A large variety of foods can be cooked in the steam convection oven. Of course this includes vegetables but it also includes roasted chicken and meats, seafood, hard-cooked eggs, bread and pastries.

  8. What can I use to clean the spots that remain inside the oven on the window afte... [Article]
    Use hot, soapy water on a non-abrasive sponge. Squeeze most of the water out before wiping. Rinse the glass and dry.

  9. Can I use oven cleaner in my self-cleaning oven? [Article]
    No, we do not recommend using chemical cleaners in self-cleaning ovens. The porcelain surface is smooth and chemical cleaners may cause surface damage.

  10. Can I use oven cleaner in an oven that does not self-clean (such as the PRO-HARM... [Article]
    No. We do not recommend oven cleaners because they can remain on the oven porcelain after being wiped off and can emit odors during cooking. Acidic foods (such as citrus juices, tomato

  11. Oven is not self-cleaning properly [Article]
    Allow the oven to cool before running the self-clean feature. Always wipe away loose soils/debris or heavy spills before running self-clean. Remove the racks and all other accessories before self-cl

  12. Can I self-clean two wall ovens at the same time? [Article]
    No. Please refer to your Use & Care Guide to learn how to self-clean your ovens.

  13. If I want to quickly wipe out light oven soil, what is the best cleaner to use? [Article]
    Hot, soapy water on a paper towel. Rinse thoroughly and dry with soft cloth.

  14. Do your ovens vent to the outside? [Article]
    No, they are internally vented.

  15. Oven light is not working properly. [Article]
    Replace or reinsert the light bulb if loose or defective. Use gloves or a small wash cloth when handling the light bulb because touching it with your fingers may deposit oils on it and thus cause it

  16. Oven light doesn’t turn off [Article]
    Check for any obstructions in and around the oven door. Remove any obstructions that you find.

  17. Oven smokes when grilling [Article]
    When fatty foods are cooked in the oven (e.g. roasts), a certain amount of fat will be deposited onto the grill element. The next time that the grill is turned on this fat will burn off with an acri

  18. Fan runs continuously [Article]
    All our ovens have a ventilator fan, which keeps the oven housing cool. The ventilator fan will continue to run (even after the oven has been turned off) until the oven has cooled sufficiently. This

  19. Oven is not operating [Article]
    Oven may not be plugged in. Check to see if it is plugged in. Check to see if you are experiencing a power failure. The power supply to the oven may have been interrupted. If the di

  20. My oven is having problems with the temperature [Article]
    Does the oven display show error codes E115/E215 or E101/E/201? If yes, please

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