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Based off the information you have provided your Electrolux wall oven/microwave combination is stuck in demo mode. The best way to remove demo mode from your wall oven/microwave combo is to hold the oven light button and the on/off keys at the same time and you should be able to toggle in and out of demo mode. Hopefully this is helpful. -Matt
Hi there i have found the userguide of the EOB 53011 , poortuguese , italian and spanish on :http://www.electrolux-ui.com/2011/397/214301ES.pdf There is stated on page 23 ( will translate ) : Byconnecting the unit topower supply or in case ofpower failure, thefunction indicatorTimeflashes automatically. To adjustthe current time, use the "+"Or "-". After about 5seconds,the indicator stopsflashing and thedisplay shows time set.
Hi, welcome to FixYa! my name is Shaun. I hope i can help you out with your question. Your main house breaker is tripping over 180C because of the amount of current your oven is drawing. Keep in mind that an oven is capable of pulling up to 1/4 the amount of amperage of your total house current capacity, up to 50 Amps. This is assuming you have a typical 200 Amp main breaker. Add this in with your heating/air-conditioning, up to 30A, if electric, your water heater, 25 A if electric, and whatever lights and appliances you have plugged in and turned on, you can imagine how quickly those amps add up when your oven is on. Your oven breaker won't trip because you're not exceeding 50A on that circuit, however if your total household load is exceeding 200A, your main will trip. Also, breakers lose efficiency over time. Sometimes they can drop current capacity by as much as 25%. So your best bet is to replace your house main and see if that fixes your problem. Hope this helps out. Have a good day!
Make sure there's power getting to your range, oven or cook-top. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power with a voltmeter or by plugging something else in. I would also advise to inspect the junction point on the backside of the unit for a possible separation of the power cord as well. If all checks out ok, control board(main)l will be the culprit.
I think these use the same controller board as the Jenn-air units, they have a weak capacitor (C3) on the control board (Timer/control Display). Remove the top panel and look for a discolored or leaking capacitor (usually black about 1/2" high 3/8" in accross). Replace the capacitor and the problem goes away, until next time you use the self clean cycle which seems to overheat the control board and ruin the capacitor.
I guess you worked this out already as posted a while ago....but for others like me I thought adding a solution might help..........Open the door fully and on the hinges there is a clasp, flick that back on itself on both hinges. Close the door carefully and it will stop half way....now lift the door off the hinges. Lay the front of the door on the floor and there are 4 screws on the bottom of the door...unscrew the middle 2 (the outter 2 attach the hinges). then lift off the back of the door....you now have the access you need!
Now i have done this I need to get the sealant....is there a shop you can get this from B