Question about Ovens
On Fan Bake the Fan stops
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wall oven will not bake
In many cases, even if the igniter is glowing, the resistance may not be low enough to turn on the gas valve. The igniter has probably gone bad. ($50.00 to $90.00 for igniter)
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
IT SOUNDS LIKE THE HEATING ELEMENT HAS BURNT OUT AND THIS IS WHY YOUR OVEN DOSENT HEAT UP, I WOULD ALSO SUGGEST THE REASON YOUR FAN IS LOUD IS IT MAY BE OFF BALLANCE AND LOOSE AND AS ITS TURING IT BANGS ON THE FRAME , SO REPLACE THE ELEMENT AND FIX THE FAN .
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Most likely you have a faulty fan element- this is a round element that goes around the fan at the back. To check- Disconnect from power(easiest way is to switch off oven at fuse board). Remove rear panel inside oven (held on by screws), and visually check element- often you will see a blow mark on the element. Element is easily changed, although sometimes requires oven to be removed to access element wires from the back. Proceed if you are a confident DIYer, otherwise call a local service agent. Elements are readily available for $75-$125 depending on the retailer.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
I would suspect the thermostat as being bad, but it could be a heat sensor also. Here is a blog that gives general troubleshooting of this problem, and perhaps it will help:
Here's an answer I found on the web from someone that had already changed the temperature sensor:
Gas oven? You need to remove the bottom panel inside the oven and watch the burner cycle. If it's real slow coming back on, this will let temp drop too far inside the oven, which may indicate a bad ignitor. Could be this, or a sensor, or the thermostat. Sometimes upper limit switches go bad. I tried to bring up diagrams of your oven, but could find any one the net. Here's some info on troubleshooting a gas range, and hope it helps: http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-repair-an-oven7.htm Good luck.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
SOURCE: classquie ch204 wall oven i
On the bake cycle, the top and bottom elements should heat up. On broil, only the top element will heat. I went online, but couldn't find a schematic on this unit- you will have to contact Classquie to possbily obtain one. From your description of the problem, it sounds like the bake element on the bottom of the unit is failing, and might need replacement, or possibly a control is failing.
I tried to google "classiquie" and came up with nothing, so that's allI can suggest.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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