He didn't open it up at all. I read online that the capacitors could be replaced, but the technician didn't offer to do that. Also, I assume this is a separate problem from the temperature control. Do you agree with his solution to that, or do you need more information?
He didn't even turn it on. I probably didn't explain the problem very well. The temp control knob sometimes won't set above 350 and now it will go off while I'm trying to cook. So far as I know the temperature in the oven is accurate. He estimates the part for the board at $475 and controller $250, labor and service charge over $200.
I called a recommended Wolf repair company rated by the BBB, but I'm skeptical.
I will check into that. Thanks.