Question about Hotpoint RGB745 Gas Kitchen Range
Have replaced an old analog clock in a built-in electric hotpoint oven with a new digital clock and have followed the instructions. But, have a few wires left over from the old set-up. So, wonder what will happen to these when I turn on the power switch to start the new digital clock. Don't want to blow the whole thing up! Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
If you are sure you have the correct clock for your model have followed instructions completely, tape up loose wire ends individually and give it a try.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven temperature off
If you have a ohm meter you can ohm out the temp sensor. It has a harness that connects in the back. Unplug it and it should read around 1100 ohms at room temp. It sounds to me more like the ignitor itself. It has to draw so many amps to open up the gas valve. Check the sensor first. If it ohms out, change the ignitor. I think your problem will go away. Tenbears.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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