Thermador CMT227 Temperature Sensor Error
Model Number: cmt227n Brand:
More than 10 years
I recently had the control board refurbished due to a dim LED display, oven not heating up and it did not turn off.
Upon receipt, I cut the jumper wire closest to the buzzer (cmt227n) per instructions for my model. I reinstalled the control board and confirmed all the wires were connected to the appropriate male spade connectors on the control board. (pictures and meticulous notes were taken during disassembly).
Upon power up, I received a new E3 error on the Lower Oven display. Google shows that it's an open or shorted temp sensor. I wanted to test the Ohms of the sensor, but was unable to unplug the temp sensor from inside the oven.
Question - is there a way to test the Ohms of Temp Sensor using the terminals/connectors near the control board area?