Question about Kitchen Ranges
I need to replace a thermostat for a Cannon 10456g range cooker. I can easily get the part - I just don't know how to install it. Can anyone help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The timer on our Lofra MXUD76MFE broke about 2 months after the 12 month warranty ran out.
Being a bit of a fiddler i took the top off the cooker to access the timer (not that difficult) when i ispected the timer i was astonished that it had lasted the 14 months it had such was the quality of it.
The timer was easy to set to ensure the cooker worked but unserviceable to restore the timer mechanism.
I thought given that it was such a cheap looking part (even allowing for the exorbitant price of parts) it would be worth replacing.
Came across the new appointed distributor - Premier Appliance Brands - based in Warrington (01925 248980)
They gave me a part No of 03010631 but didn't have stock and initially could not give me a price. i left it a couple of weeks and rang back this week.
They quoted £77 - needless to say i didn't order it
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
The orange light is designed to go off when temperature required is achieved in the oven. If the light remains on it suggests that the oven is not heating, It could be a thermostat problem but it's more likely to be the element.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
Not familiar with this particular range oven but the thermostat should look like a longinsh cylindrical closed end metalic tube. You may have to raise up the cooking surface to run the wires for a new thermostat. If your oven is cooking to high or too low you can try taking the bake temp control off the know and see if there is a fine adjustement for temperature. I use a temp probe with a very inexpensive Sears DVM (about 20 bucks at Sears) to adjust mine. You should give the oven a good 1/2 hour to heat up and another 1/2 hour between each adjustment. Remember, the oven temp will swing high and low to maintain the set temp. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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