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How to replace hob plate on electric rangemaster 110

Rapid hob plate (front right) is not so rapid anymore. Where is access to remove old plate and replace with new? I assume it is at the back but would apprciate advice before |I pull out the range and start dismantling it!

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  • Magnamus Jan 18, 2009

    I have the same problem.
    Electric Rangemaster Class 110, only a year old, but the front-right hob plate gets warm but not hot.
    Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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it is not at all obvious.
from memory, there are 2 screws on the lhs side of the plate which remove and the plate will then move sideways but may be difficult to shift

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SOURCE: RANGEMASTER 110 Cooker FLAME FAILURE DEVICE fitting

the ffd comes has a unit with a gas tap connected to it. can be brought for £90.99 from manufactures.

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SOURCE: I have a rangemaster 110 LPG Hob and double oven

Hi, a complete shot in the dark as its a while since you posted - we have a mains gas rangemaster 110 and need an LPG one, do you still need to change or have you sorted it now? Cheers

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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SOURCE: Rangemaster 110 LPG Range (5364) right hand oven

Is this new and recently converted to LP-Gas? Did you install it and convert it or did you have a professional do it? It sounds to me like the wrong size orifice for the oven may have been put in. Was the appliance regulator converted? When you flip the cap, it allows more pressure to the burners, but this affects all stovetop & oven burners, not just one burner. Some ovens require converting the oven thermostat too, but not sure if it applies to this brand. Check your owner's manual and make sure all the steps in the conversion were done. If you had a pro install and convert it, call them back to fix it. Douglas

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