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Omega europa oven control settings


Fan symbol - defrost (fan only - does not use thermostat)
Fan symbol within a circle - fan forced oven
3 little triangles - static grill (keep oven door open)
3 triangles above the fan symbol - fan grill (keep door closed)

on Aug 30, 2010 | Ovens

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I have Omega wall oven model 00652xb 6yrs old, there are dribble marks in between the glass in the door. How do I clean it. I can't see how it comes apart. Thanks


The oven glass is a sealed double pane. it is not designed for removal, separation, cleaning, and reassembly.

May 12, 2016 | Ovens

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The door on my la germina oven will not close properly


Sorry, I sent this by accident. Anyway, you can adjust the door to close a bit closer to the frame.

Feb 25, 2013 | Ovens

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Oven door springs won't close door properly


get an engineer to change the springs for you.

Dec 15, 2011 | Ovens

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No name on the oven so presume it's a Europa same as the cooktop. It won't move off 0:00 with automatics on the lefthand side showing.


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I'm assuming this is an Omega/Creda Europa oven. All you need to do to make the oven work again is set the clock. The 0:00 and "AUTO" will stop flashing and the oven will work again. You didn't specify a model number, but you should be able to set the clock as follows:

1. Hold down the two buttons on the left-hand side under the clock display. One should have a symbol of a bell and the other, a symbol of a cookpot (not a cookpot and 'STOP').
2. While still holding both of these buttons, use the + and - buttons to set the clock to the correct time. The clock needs to be set in 24 hour format.

If this doesn't work, look for the buttons under the clock with the bell symbol and the cookpot symbol. Hold both of these buttons in and use the + and - buttons to set the clock.

If this doesn't work or your clock doesn't have these buttons, let me know and I'll check for other possible methods of setting the clock on Europa ovens. If you can find the model number it would assist me greatly. This should be on a sticker on the rim of the oven and can only be seen when the oven door is open - possibly at the bottom. The model number should be something like 40-1, 60-1 or 66-1.

If you can't find the model number, please let me know how many buttons there are in total below the clock and which symbols are written above each button and the order from left to right. I will then be able to provide the correct instructions for your oven.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
BElectric

Apr 18, 2011 | Ovens

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Can not close the door


how do you mean it won't close?it doesn't latch or are the hindges damaged and the door isn't closing tightly

Apr 16, 2011 | Whirlpool RBS305PDS Electric Single Oven

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Omega oven model number is OO910XA


If it is a common problem with Omega, they may not be ready to admit it. Since it occured 2 times, possibly the hinges use nylon rollers for smooth and quiet operation, but the hinges are not well shielded from the hi heat of 500-600 degrees and the nylon parts fail after a few months constant heat exposure. There is a common problem that happens with oven doors when they do not seam to close tight: besides being old and normally worn, if a door is leaned on while it is open, the hinges could be stretched and then they will never allow the door to close tight. This has happened to many ovens regardless of age, and the customer never realized that the weight or pressure they applied to the door when in the open position has done damage; yet they wunder why the door does not close well. Goodluck,Macgivor

Jan 27, 2010 | Ovens

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Omega Europa 20-1 oven. What do the symbols mean?


Fan symbol - defrost (fan only - does not use thermostat)
Fan symbol within a circle - fan forced oven
3 little triangles - static grill (keep oven door open)
3 triangles above the fan symbol - fan grill (keep door closed)

Oct 03, 2009 | Ovens

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Oven door not closing


I was having the same problem with my frigidaire oven door. I was thinking that it was the seal getting in the way at first, but then I realized that the hinges needed to be repositioned. I wasn't in the mood for that kind of reengineering, so I came up with a better solution. Magnets. Not those **** fridge magnets either. Neodymium magnets. Place them on the upper part of the inside of the door, near the door lock (outside of the seal). You'll only need about three or four depending on the size. (get the fatest ones you can). If you know a computer geek you might be able to get a few free magnets from an old hard drive. I used five of these and I can just about pull the oven out of it's place while trying to open the door. The onhly problem is that heat destroys magnets and I can't say how long these will last because I just figured this out tonight.

Dec 27, 2007 | Frigidaire Ovens

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