Question about Belling Ovens
THE AUTO SYMBOL ON THE COOKER TIMER IS CONSTANTLY DISPLAYED, COOKER WILL NOT TURN ON USING THE + - CONTROLS, HOW DO I TURN OFF AUTO?
SOURCE: ovens on cooker
DEPENDS ON THE MAKE AND MODEL EACH TIMER OPERATES DIFFERENTLY, BEST SOLUTION IF YOU DONT USE THE AUTO FUNCTION IS TO HAVE THE TIMER WIRED OUT SO OVEN COMES ON REGARDLESS IF THE TIMER IS SET OR NOT.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
SOURCE: Beko Cooker dvc565
once you take of the back of the oven there are some wires going from the cooker to the back cover on one of the wires you will see a microtemp thermal fuse protector this connects the two wires (the white wire) this needs replacing you can get them from tdspares.co.uk we will be getting 121c degree. Hopes this helps
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
i suspect there is no fault with timer. there is an overheat stat usually on top of the oven but sometimes inside the back. if this detects overheat, then everything is switched off and comes back on after cooled down.
if this is the case, then suspect lack of ventilation causing the overheat or the casing cooling fan failed.
get back to me if i got it wrong
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
SOURCE: Belling Format cooker
I found the following information useful, although it wasn't a belling cooker the controls appeared to be the same. Go down to the electronic timer section. http://www.prestigeappliances.com.au/owner's-manual.shtml
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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