Question about De Dietrich DOP390 Pyrolytic Electric Single Oven
The oven doesn't start baking
Display is working
Setting of baking temperature functioning successfully
Real temperature is indicated right
Inner lighting of oven functioning
Voltage of line goes on main switch and to heating elements
All heating elements are OK
You need to access the fan motor and see if you are getting a supply to it, if you are and it is not going, then replace it..
If no supply then I would suspect faulty selector switch or thermostat.
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Posted on Dec 10, 2008
SOURCE: Hi, the oven sometimes fails
The basic components to check in the oven. Which is the heating element. To test the element:
If the range is receiving power, set the timer on the range to the MANUAL position. If the element still doesn't heat, turn off the power to the range and test it with a VOM set to the RX1 scale.
Remove the screws or plugs that connect the element to the power. Remove the retaining shield, which is usually held by two screws, and remove the element from the brackets that hold it in the oven. The element is usually held in these brackets by screws. Electric ranges and ovens use Nichrome elements to supply heat. Most malfunctions involve faulty heating elements.
Clip the probes of the VOM to each element terminal. If the element is in working order, the meter will read from 15 to 30 ohms. If the meter reads higher than 30 ohms, the element is faulty and should be replaced. If the element tests all right but doesn't work, the problem may be at the terminals. Make sure the terminals are clean and tight at the element connections.
Oven and broiler elements cannot be tested without a VOM. If you don't have a VOM, take the element to a professional service person for testing. The problem is usually a malfunctioning element; however, you aren't risking much by replacing the element without a professional test.
Take the burned out element with you to the appliance-parts store to make sure you get the right replacement part; if possible, take the make and model information, too.
To install the new element, place it in the same position as the old one. Connect it the same way the old one was connected, using the same screws to hold it in place. Just about all the other components of an electric range or oven (including its door gasket, oven controls, and timer) are virtually the same as the components used on gas ranges.
Most problems with gas and electric ovens or ranges are easier to fix than you think. The key is knowing how the various parts work and when to replace them.
Turn off the power to the oven at the breaker box.
Take out the screws holding the element bracket in place. These will be on the back wall of the oven, or sometimes on the top.
Pull the element toward you a little bit until you see the wires behind it.
Unscrew the leads and take the bad element out.
Hold the new element up while you attach the wires to it. Don't stretch the wires any more than you have to.
Line up the element while tucking the wires back in. Be sure not to pinch the wires between the bracket and the back wall.
Fasten the brackets, making sure they're tight.
Restore power to the appliance.
Hope this was helpful to you. Goodluck Elect_Comp
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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