Hi, i have a diplomat single integrated fan assisted oven, i had one in my old house a similar model which just plugged in by 13amp mains socket, this one has no plug on and seems to have thicker cable, can this be plugged straight in or do i need a proper cooker socket? model is AHY3601.
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If you can hear the oven fan running but the oven is cold is is most likely to be the fan element at fault. If there is no obvious damage to the element it should be checked for continuity with a test meter.
Always isolate the appliance from the mains before investigating
Hi there.. 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.
Hi, If your electric oven is not heating then you probably have a bad heating element in your oven. This is not that hard to fix yourself... Check out this tip that I wrote about the Oven not heating problem..
My Diplomat Oven Heating element (ELEHY6075) stopped working with the FAN ON combination. I replaced it with a new one and it still does not work with the FAN option. All other combinations do work. What can I do?
It could be a fuse or thermal cut out, you can test it with a meter. you should have continuity through it, if not then it is faulty.
If you do not have access to meter, then if take a piece of wire and connect it to the fan terminal and connect the other end to the origin of the ceramic fuse or what ever it is, and it should work, you are in effect bypassing the part in question.
If it still does not work then you are going to have to investigate further, or call some one in.
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You will probably have to remove the rear panel of the oven, this is on the outside that I am referring to, and you will see the 2 securing scews for the element, you might have to push the insulation to one side to see the screws.
This should solve your problem.
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User manuals are hard to find.
The problem I had was setting the clock on a single Diplomat oven, with no clock button. Here's my solution :
DIPLOMAT OVEN OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The Diplomat single oven is controlled by two knobs and a set of buttons along the middle of the control panel.
The left knob sets the temperature of the oven, while the right knob selects the function to be performed, e.g. fan oven, grill, etc.
The buttons along the middle set the cooker clock, the start and end times of cooking, and the “+” and “-“ buttonswill increase or decrease the time shown on the cooker’s clock. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE OVEN WILL NOT OPERATE UNTIL THE CLOCK IS SET.
If there is any interruption to the power supply (including manually switching off at the main switch) the oven will not operate until the clock is reset.
Here’s how to set the clock:
First press simultaneously the first two buttons to the left of the control panel. They are marked as a Bell symbol (Alarm) , and a steaming Cooking Pot (Start of Cooking Time). Then immediately press the plus “+” or minus “-“ buttons to increase or decrease the time displayed. When the desired time has been reached, leave it for a few seconds, and it will remain set at this time.Any further changes to the displayed time will require this procedure to be repeated.
Hope this helps!