Question about Kitchen Ranges
What can I do to solve this problem. Doesn't turn on - either fan or lights. Can't tell if I need to change a fuse or anything. There is a small box inside where the power wires go but I'm reluctant to dive inside, and there is nothing that implies fuse with them either. Can they get greased up and cause an issue?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
take out switch assemby and check if the track of the pcb is blown - caused by the bulb goiung. you can often repair by soldering in wire links. bet you have 12a fuse in system - should be 3a. track has blown instead of the fuse
Posted on Mar 31, 2007
SOURCE: Neither lights nor fans work
don't know model but they are all much the same.
there will be a pcb behind the control buttons and you will find some of the track burnt out causedd by the bulb blowing. do a soldered wire link across the burnt section of the track
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
It was probably a defective bulb that tripped a circuit breaker in your house panel. Check the breakers and replace the bulb.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
SOURCE: Broan Allure QS2 Range Hood
Had same problem & fuse fixed it.
Before buying a new control board (approx $160), check the 3 amp fuse located on the inside of the vent on the control board. You have to take the light/bottom housing & black plastic air chute off to see control board/fuse.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
SOURCE: last night both fan and
could be simething as simple as a disconnected wire, prior to calling for help, check these items if you feel okay with that , first turn off the circuit breaker and where the house wires come into the unit,, remove the wire nuts and check for burned areas,, if thats ok, reattach them and move to the switch or switches, unhook the wires, ( make note where each one goes ) and check them with a meter , this is probably where your problem will be,
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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