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I have F1 - blower error. Also, it give cooling down error. It works at 208 but not at 240. And i am not able to change it to 208 all time. Any solution please.

Ur using Turbo chef or merry Chef oven? Ur error was cause by fan blower for ur heater to circulate hot air inside the cavity for toasting.. Maybe it's now turning or stuck up. What's the. Model?

Jun 09, 2016 | Ovens

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Cannot get the top part of my double oven to heat nor broil. The oven model is JKP26GOP2BG GE appliance. I have check voltage going to the oven and it 240 VAC and ohm the elements and they checked fine. ...

the thermal control has failed

check here
perhaps as you get 126vAC ?? strange its half the supply volts
perhaps a missing something
i think your elements are in series or a missing nutral ???
each will measure 126 this way
you can atleast check the sensors resistance

mesure from nutral at the mains to each element point
did you disconnect the elements then test there resistance

even getting 126v they will heat .. half up....

so something isnt right
hope i can help

Dec 09, 2014 | GE Ovens

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Technika bf59fti

Model: B59FTI/1
Type: B600
Vac: 240 V
Hz: 50
Watt: 2300 w

Jul 01, 2014 | Ovens

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My oven is dead - no display, no nothing. Circuit breakers are fine. Turned them off overnight, still nothing on oven this morning. This happened about a year ago but oven came on again ten minutes...

What you need to check is for power at the clock.TURN OFF BREAKER gain access to clock and use volt meter. One the clock will be wires maked L1 & N on those 2 wires when breaker is turned back on their should be 120 vac. IF 120 vac at those 2 wires,replace the clock, if not 120 vac into clock check for burnt/broken wires

Aug 20, 2011 | Jenn-Air Electric Single Oven

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Kenmore oven model 79071442601 oven and broiler don't work, igniter comes on but no gas, hooked voltmeter to wires at gas valve and only reads 2.4 ac volts when turned on, is this igniter problem/

hmmm im a bit conflicted here the ignitor does indeed come on yet there is only 2.4 vac to it hmm,it operates at 120vac and there is no way the ignitor would come on at only 2.4 vac so i suspect that your misreading the meter and it is 110-120 vac and that eliminates all other possibilites and the ignitor is weak is weak and not pulling the required 3.2-3.6 amps to open the gas valve if you have a amp clamp is to one of the wires and if it is below 3.2 amps replace the ignitor then enjoy your baked meal

Jul 22, 2011 | Kenmore Ovens

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Oven temp takes long time to preheat. Heat is not consistent

gas or electric? if gas, most likely the ignitor. if electric, most likely you lost a "leg" on your electric supply. ie only getting 110 vac needs 220 vac. check breaker or fuse box.

Oct 25, 2009 | GE Ovens

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I have a Kitchenaid oven model KEBC107KSSO. After using the auto clean, broiler and oven does not heat. Control panel works fine.

The thermal fuse on the back of the oven is out. Usually happens if the oven is installed incorrectly or the blower is too small to cool the back of the oven down while in self-clean mode.
I'd call KitchenAid (whirlpool) and ask if it needs the blower kit to fix it. Have your model&serial numbers handy.
In case it does not need the blower kit, the thermal fuse part number is 9759242, and it can be purchased here (use coupon "New10" for 10% off). Read my other post for the instruction how to get to the thermostat.

Oct 14, 2009 | Ovens

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I need h/p fan blower motor for my oven model

You can find it at Heritage Food Service Equipment. You motor is MOTOR,240V 50/60HZ, (2 Speed, 1/3 Hp.)
The part number was 00-358516-00002 but has been changed to 358516-00002 and it list at $557.10. Heritage's wed address is .
Please rate solution .

Sep 16, 2009 | Vulcan ECO2D Electric Single Oven

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My turbo chef owen sense somtime 208vac and some time 240vac

Hello. If you take the right side panel off, unplug first please. at the back is a blower motor, two screws on the back vertical rail, and one at the front edge of where it is connected to blow, probably under the foil tape, this will remove the blower. On the back wall toward the bottom, under all the relays, is a voltage transformer that tells the controller which voltage you have, replace it, and problem will be corrected. If you are not comfortable with this, call Turbo Chef for a local servicer, and call them to repair.
As for the F6 EC error, you are having a temperature problem due to the control area overheating, there is a blower on the back, and vents on the front, and side, either these are clogged, the fan grid is clogged, and the interior has alot of dust coating the interior of the right side, please unplug, vacuum, and clean out the dust etc.., after reassembly, after about 30 minutes of operation, the blower on the back should be on, if not you need another.

Hope that helps, and thank you.

Mar 21, 2009 | TurboChef TORNADO Electric Oven

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F1 blowout

F1 means there is a problem with the blower motor.

1. Is air blowing into the cook chamber?
2. Do you hear rattles from the motor?
3. The 4-pin connector represent the windings in the motor, each should not measure more than 2.6 ohms. This is located back left corner on the motor controller board.
4. In front of that pin is the line voltage pin. There should be either 208 or 240 VAC across the blue and brown wires.

These are some quick troubleshooting tips....hope it helps

Apr 03, 2008 | TurboChef TORNADO Electric Oven

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