Question about Magic Chef 9122 Gas Single Oven
I had some work done on my house while I was away and the Electrician turned off the power to the house. After turning it back on the self cleaner dials for setting the time are making noise and he disconneded the wires to make it stop. Has anyone ever experienced this? I have an old Magic Chef Wall Oven model # 996-4CX that works absolutely fine and so did the self cleaner until the powered off. It is just at the knobs for the self cleaner. It is a buzzing like the timer is done. Can anyone give me any suggestions?
Also, the analog clock hasn't worked in forever. Does anyone know if it is worth repairing?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounding like thermostat isn't working. If you could ohm out the t-stat should be closed when you call for heat. If that passes the test then only thing it could be is the gas valve.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
I just had a model 976-4CX put in...I have no manual...I'm trying to find one. I thought I had a problem with the element, dial or thermostat. The bottom worked, but the top stopped working. There are 2 timers with dials next to the clock labeled Start and Stop, and Push for Manual. Come to find out my problem was solved by adjusting the Start and Stop dials and/or pushing in for manual!?!
If I had a manual I'd know how these timers worked.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: magic chef manual
You can download it here but you need the right model #.
As for the temp adjust it is best if you get an repair man out to do that.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
The f1 problem is a losing battle. If the oven is otherwise working fine, save your money and just disconnect (ie, with wire snips) the buzzer alarm inside the controller. You'll still be seeing f1 most of the time when you are not using the oven, but so what? I performed this "fix" several years ago and haven't regretted it.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
SOURCE: My Magic Chef oven (36"
Hi, most likely that Power outage has damaged the main controller board, it is not so much the outage as the reconnection of the power after an outage, you see when this occurs, when the power is restored usually everything is still ON, then when reconnected, the "Inrush" current can be enormous, and it damages the sensitive electronics, frequently.
Most likely the controller and or the thermostat has failed, another candidate is the thermistor temperature sensor.
To effect a repair one MUST obtain a service manual, this has all the circuits and troubleshooting steps and parts numbers too, it is a must have. They can be obtained from the manufactures website below.
Whenever there is an outage one must race around and turn off, and withdraw every power point and appliance to stop this from occurring. reconnect and turn them back on when all is well again.
This may indeed be a job for a professional, in this case please contact magic Chef, and ask for a referral to an authorised repairer, when they call ask for a 'Quote" for the repair, before allowing any repair work to be done.
below is a DIY self hep site. http://www.acmehowto.com/howto/appliance/rangegoe.php
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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