Question about Ovens
The cooker has a digital clock, that can be set for a time when you require your meal.
The clock has ceased to work and sits on 0.00 with (auto), I cannot get the clock to go up or down and it thinks its on automatic - the auto button will not go off when I press the button and therefore the cooker will not work
I messed on for about 20 mins yesterday and got the clock to go to 0.01 and the auto button went off and we managed to have tea.
But today, the clock is back to 0.00 with auto next to it and again cannot get the cooker to work - any ideas??
it sounds like you have a problem with the thermostat that tells the oven to switch off when it gets to the right temperature if the temperature exceeds the setting you choose then the oven will shut down as a safety feature you can get these replaced but because of the age i wouldnt know where to get them from if you get somenody to come and replace it for you it would be cheaper than buying new cooker then this should get your cooker working nrmally i had this problem but on a different make and model but doing this dolved the problem the only problem i did have was locating the right part number but after i got it it only took repair man 1 hour to fit it and done it for less than 50 quid hope this is some help ..................................
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
There is a combination of 3 buttons you need to push at once. I believe from left to right it is the second and third button together and then the plus button as well
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
To set the clock:
1. Press the clock key 3 items until the hr/min icon flash.
2. Press the + or - key until it come to your desired time.
3. Press the confirmation (check) key.
You have your time.
If not, call the service support.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
SOURCE: oven doesn't work, stove does
If it's a Whirlpool or Kenmore oven (or one of several other brands that are made by Whirlpool) then this error code means:
F1 - E1 Safety flip flop Replace Electronic Range Control/Clock (ERC)
The system believes that the control board has failed and needs to be replaced.
This page has a list of diagnostic codes by brand and model number. You should check there to look up your particular brand to confirm what I just said.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
You probably have a loose contact from the control to one of the elements. You need to open the oven from the back and have a good visual check. Sometimes the power cables overheated and since they are from copper they become loose and you have an open curcuit.
Their is also the posibilty the element itself to be burn and open curcuit but you need a tester for checking it and since your over is not so old just try the first option vey well first.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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