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if the grill is constant sparking when the oven was on and turns off when the oven is not in use then u either have a defective pcb/ht lead or electrode if it is self lighting or if you have to push in a button then this button or control will have a problem
This is probably model OTP-311W. Problem is caused by overheating. Air flow is restricted by plastic grill over fan in back of unit at middle top. To fix, remove four screws retaining grill and fan. Take off grill, leaving fan in place. Replace screws without grill. I had same problem. Since removing grill, have now run unit for over 72 hours without pixelation problem.
Yeah it takes a good push and a sharp tug to get them off if they've been there for awhile, they get greasy and stick, They sometimes bend a bit coming out but they're easy to staighten after you clean them. and yes they are one part.
I might have an Idea to what happened. All grills have a drip pan, most all new grills have a drain for grease that falls from our savory meats. Well, if, (not saying that you haven't) but if, you have not cleaned the drip pan, there is still grease left over that gets absorbed by food droppings. IF this is the case, you had a ticking time bomb of a grease fire. The grill did not overheat, the grease caught fire. You said your grill was a year old; so the regulator did not go full blast and when they do go bad they do not let gas pass through.
Not trying to preach to no one because I have done it myself, never leave your gas grill on and unattended. I hate to say it but even the owners manual says it.
I hope I did not come off the wrong way and I hope this might give you an idea/thought of what happened.
Yep got the main oven gone......
Lucky iam good with electrics, got my brother in law to double check Qualified Elctrician it turns out that its the Thermal Fuse that has gone have ordered a new one at the cost of £8.......
This range is made by Becothats why its hard to find info on the cooker.. The grill/fan oven has thermal fuse as well.....
Hope this helps MVE
The left side is set for your grill. There is apparently a switch under the left side top / front of the cooktop. The aeration tray has a prong on one end that fits into a hole in the front end of the burner basin and activates the switch which stops the fan from coming on when using the burners and allows the fan to run when using the grill. Try switching sides with the aeration trays as one might make better contact than the other.
Foreman grills have a fuse on the circuit board, have you popped that section open to visually check the fuse? It could be that simple. Fuses do wear down over time, so depending on how much wear and tear you put in, it could just have broken on its own.
Of course, if you replace the fuse and it still goes, you'll need to double-check to see what's shorting it out. The unit may be dead but I wouldn't bet on it.