Question about Ovens
I just had the same problem, oven wouldn't come on after a power cut. if the timer is flashing, set the clock, and the cooker comes to life (i have a zanussi electrolux gas/elec combo oven). Hope this helps. Debbie
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
Have the same problem as you all. i myself removed the top of the hob to reveal a burnt out control switch . i have looked online for a replacemrnt , and it is £66 plus vat from delonghi but have found a cheaper one for £42, cant remember which site it was but type in cooker name and model on google and you will see it for yourself . good luck to you all, it seems like an easy fix
Posted on May 06, 2009
If the timer is flashing reset time with the 2 buttons until you get the staeming pan logo on timer,should conect the circuit and make the oven work again
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
I have the same problem with my cooker can you tell me if you found a solution and how much it cost please
Posted on Nov 21, 2011
Is this fix really as easy as it sounds? Just been quoted £300+ for new part and to fix this. Guy said it's a nightmare job which needs 2 people as the wires go here there and everywhere. At that price not worth it but should it be a lot less than that?
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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