Question about Ovens
Hi, I have read some of the questions/answers here but still struggling! I have an Algor Fan Oven Model AKL471/WH. Yesterday I knocked the timer whilst cleaning so it was 'tinging' at me and moved the dial back, but now the cooker won't work. No grill, oven or even light. (The gas hob is ok). I have tried all sorts of moving the timer etc and even pulled the oven out, but no success. I am sure this has happened before a long time ago and is simply that the timer has knocked the oven out, but I have even tried setting it to timer with no success. I also cannot find my manual or anything online, so any help would be much appreciated (especially as it is booked for a Turkey in a couple of weeks!) Thanks Helen
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven does not work
its just your heater element you will need to wright down your model number and go on ebay or go to your local appliance shop they might order you 1 there about £35 pound
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
I Just recently had the same problem, also with a diplomat gas oven..
The problem I found was down to a small resetable component under the main cover. ..
It took me ages to find the problem and I had taken the whole electical parts of the oven to bits before 'accidentaly' coming across this 'thermal switch' (located inside the main cover, at the top, behind the display module).. - to reset this there is a tiny red button between the connectors.. press this - and it should all be fine again... : One importnat note is that this may be tripping as a consequence of the fan not running or by my thinking not running on after the oven is switched off, leaving the casing to heat up and then trip this switch component.. - if this component is faulty it can be found in RS components or Farnell components.. look for Thermal swich manual reset part no: L100C 9082 470.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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If your unit has never been serviced - there should still be an original service manual enclosed in plastic taped to the inside of the shell.
In the service manual are Error codes, maintenance procedures, and troubleshooting steps you can follow.
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Posted on Oct 01, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, the oven is not
If the element is okay and the element and fan aren't working together then it will be a problem further up the line. The next question I would normally ask is is the electronic timer in manual mode. When you turn the oven on does the oven indicator light come on?
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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