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Old Eaton Viking Stove - broil won't turn off.

Three timer knobs. One with clock and buzzer timer. One with running man underneath that pops out when time hits clock time and third has stop sign underneath and pops out as well. The third says push for manual. A guest pushed one of these and now every combination of turning and pushing these timers causes the broil and bottom burner to work. Or just the broil. There seems to be no way to turn of the broil.

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    i am having the exact same problem, someone please help

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    same prob

  • jeffpowell41 Mar 10, 2009

    the timers are set up so the oven can cook and then keep things warm until you get home. My problem is the bottom heater in the oven won't turn on enough to heat the oven, its limited to keeping things warm. This has happened several times over the years and I've never been able to fix it without the instructions which are now in a file cabinet in a storage locker.

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    The 3 buzzers you describe are the same on my oven. Someone tried to use the timer and now the stove won't heat up and no amount of twisting and turning will get the oven to heat up. I was planning Easter dinner. Any help would be appreciated.

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I have the same stove, and just had the same problem. I looked all over the internet to try to find an answer, and then went back to my stove to check the serial number and where the fuses are was the instructions printed on the stove itself.

SO HERE'S THE SOLUTION
1. The timer start knob (the one with little running guy picture) must NOT be pushed in. If it is, turn it slowly until it snaps out.
2. The timer stop knob (the one with the picture of the stop sign) must be completely pushed in.

I hope that helps everyone out!

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Has anyone figured out how to fix this? experiencing same problem

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Thats fantastic! thank you so much!

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I had a similar problem. The solution was simple and had to do with the knobs as well. You have to make sure that "cooking" know is set to MANual otherwise the oven will not work.
Thanks for helping!

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

  • Tim McCoy Feb 18, 2013

    What is the "cooking" knob?

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