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Re: my range stop working
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.
Your problem is: You have monogram (df 8 08989 9) hood it all of a sudden stop working , there is power (120v) coming in ' but nothing works
If you have the testing equipment and the ability then check the fuse then the transformer then simply follow the power till you see where it stops. Or yu might try utilizing the Repair Directory to find a repairman.
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If you cannot fix - too expensive or whatever - consider a replacement with a five year 100% parts and labor warranty and in-home service. Imperial (made in USA) is the only range hood manufacturer that offers this. More information here: www.vent4less.com
FAN AND LIGHT DOES NOT WORK my
zephyr typhoon stopped working. Neither light not the fan come up. I am
sure there is power going into the unit. I turned on the light one day
, the light cam on and suddenly went away. From then even the fan
stopped working. any information on what happened is appreciated.
There is less than 120v getting to the fan. Its possible that the lights will turn on etc. Take an extension cord and plug it in another plug and grab both power wires from the fan and stick them in other end of extension and I do service calls for broan & Nutone
Jean-Marc try it out. Im sure your not getting 120v completelty.
Sounds like a motor problem...but not necessarily. Cut power to the unit. Expose the motor assembly. Turn the fan by hand...if it is jammed or hard to turn...replace that motor. Not that? There is likely a motor connector. Get a test light at the hardware store. Disconnect the motor and then probe the wires coming to the connector from the power side (with the power on again) to see if the tester glows. Yes...bad motor. No, find the bad connection. It is possible that this unit uses a multi switch...if that's the case, there will be three wires coming out of it...One is power in...the others go to the light and the fan. Then, the switch will be the culprit. Hope this helps.
Diana, the tech sheet I have states that if the unit has a power interruption, reset the house circuit breaker to the hood, if made before 2001. If after 2001, serial number beginning with DA press the start button to reset the hood. Let me know if it worked, Catriver..post back.