Question about Ovens
Please assist - I've "inherited' a Defy 731 MF stove (the white model) and apparently to the previous owner the oven need a fuse to be replaced. Where is the fuses situated. The manual don't tell me anything
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the old ones ONLY if you know what you are doing, and take them to the parts place with the modl # and serial # found on the tag plate!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: stove works, oven does not
in repairing Kenmores there is a relay well 2 small black an square in the head unit of stove one for stove the other is for oven anyway they go out alot a setback to the kenmore digital controls take upper panel off where controls are look at the green board an you can see them some green some red or blue to tell if one is bad be careful an turn the stove on u will hear the relay click then try oven if you do not hear a click its bad do not i repeat do not touch it while its on
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
SOURCE: Oven not working
I had the same problem. At the back of the stove is a plastic cover with thermal overload written on it.
Switch off your power.Remove the cover, pull out the two luggs and connect the two luggs straight to each other. Make sure the oven knobbs are in the off position. turn on the power. If your oven clock etc. comes on the thermal overload is faulty and needs to be replaced. It is fixed to the stove by a screw from the inside of the oven, so open the door and remove screw to remove thermal overload at the back of oven. Take sample to electrical shop and replace. DO NOT USE OVEN WITHOUT THERMAL OVERLOAD.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Most likely an element. When the heating wire expands inside the tube it contacts earth and kicks out the earth leakage. Select 'grill' and try the oven. If it does not trip out the lower element is the culprit. Replacement is easy for a reasonably adept handyman - just make sure that the mains are off!
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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