Question about Kitchen Ranges
SOURCE: smoke from oven
I am a recently retired appliance engineer of 20 years sounds like pure coincidence, check the fan for circuit at terminals, and / or check for movement of blades, that you have not got fan jammed, replace fan motor unit if needed, still cheaper than a call out if i have helped rate me work with safety all the time, unplug at all times when working on any item
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
SOURCE: suk92mfx5 main oven problem?
the fan element would have blown. it is not uncommon for an element to trip an rcd when it blows. you are on the right track, if you replace the element all your problems should go away
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch HBN 70 Fan oven
99% of the time the problem will be a faulty element or burnt off wire at the element terminal. Best way is to pull the back cover off the oven and check the terminal connections. If these are okay put a set of test lamps across the terminals and you should have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts this tells you that the wiring is okay and the element is faulty. When you turn the oven setting to fan forced selection the power is delivered to the fan forced fan motor and the oven element at the same time. I am not familiar with this exact oven but most fan forced ovens have two fans. There is the fan at the back of the oven that comes on with the oven element and then the extractor fan in the cavity of the oven, which you cannot see but can hear. I trust you are talking about the fan forced oven fan which is generally at the back of the oven.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
Tips for a great answer:
Apr 01, 2015 | Bosch Kitchen Ranges
Jun 14, 2011 | Kitchen Ranges
Feb 05, 2011 | Bosch Kitchen Ranges
Jan 10, 2011 | Kitchen Ranges
Nov 06, 2010 | Stoves 850DODLM Gas Kitchen Range
Jun 01, 2009 | Bosch Kitchen Ranges
Aug 14, 2008 | Bosch Kitchen Ranges
May 06, 2007 | Belling DB3 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas)...
29 people viewed this question
Usually answered in minutes!