How to bake in Zanussi cooking range model, Z 9060 W
It is a range with 5 stoves, which work on gas
Inside the oven, there appears to be a gas emitting rod, which seems to be an arrangement for grilling.
There seems to be no provision for heat from any other side in their oven, at least I could not find one
Is baking possible or is it only meant for grilling
Moreover, I could not find this model at the company's site on pages for customer service
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This is your igniting bar it regulates the gas and the start up of the oven. It is at the bottom of the inside of your stove and if you take off the cover you will see it. It is rectangular and when you try to start up the oven it glows orange. Change this and it should work fine.
Hi thanks for the question. the problem you are having is with the igniter in the oven. it ignites but not hot enough to burn all the gas. replace the bake igniter. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks.
sounds like a bad bake ignitor(uneven heat,long cook times, long preheat times, perhaps even gas smell while cooking)as far as the heat from under the clock assy thats the normal vent( nedds to release heat somewhere, not a problem
You probably need to replace the baking igniter, (Igniter,bake burner Part Number: AP4102011 made by MAYTAG).
I tested the igniter function by (CAREFULLY) jerry rigging a bridge to wire the BAKE igniter to the BROILER controls. (Push/click plugs accessible by opening up the stove back) Testing the broiler controls this way the bake element remained cold. I then did the same test but connected the BROILER igniter to the BAKE controls and got a good glow. This indicates that the controls work but the Bake igniter's faulty!
You can access the bake igniter by removal of 2 screws at the front at the platform just inside the top oven. The broil and bake igniters appear to be identical but the push/click plugs are reversed at the back of the stove. (hence the CAREFUL jerry rigged wiring bridge.) The parts and wiring are pretty simple and visual once you get the covers off. Opening up the stove back is just a matter of removing several screws. UNPLUG the stove before you work. If you test as I described, make all connections while UNPLUGGED and then plug it in only for the brief test. Unplug again while disconnecting/reconnecting. Hope this helps.
You probably have a short that is causing the stove not to heat up or you not to be able to control temperature settings. The stoves are made only to last as long as the warranty, and when it expires, the stove all of a sudden wants to break down. You might have to get a whole new stove.
if you got no display form clock assy ck the power lines leading to that control, unplug and relpug unit might have just glitched out, no clock no bake on this model all oven function run throughthis clock/control
MAYTAG Type "C" and "D" Clocks Range/Stove/Oven Fault Codes
Supervisory relay enable shorted (non-cook mode); sounds alarm and inhibits cook mode if alarm fault monitor is always active in non-cook mode, and requires removal of power until serviced.
Usually a bad touch pad or clock assembly (also called the ERC). Replace touchpad or ERC
Bake/broil/clean temp runaway alarm; sounds alarm and resets control to non-cook mode when bake/broil/clean temp exceeds programmed limits.
Usually means a stuck relay. Electric @ 525F (bake), 640F(broil), 900F(clean)
Gas @ 525F (bake), 640F(broil), 900F(clean)
Open temp oven temperature sensor; sounds alarm and inhibits cook mode
Replace oven temperature sensor
Shorted temp oven temperature sensor; sounds alarm and inhibits cook mode
Replace oven temperature sensor
Supervisory relay enable open (cook mode); sounds alarm and resets the control to non-cook mode
Replace electronic range control (ERC)
Missing a/c line cycle detector; displays code (no audible)
Unplug appliance for two minutes, should clear problem
Function key shorted; too hot at the clock assembly (also called the ERC) or shorted touch pad or clock assembly (also called the ERC)
Replace touchpad or ERC
Analog/Digital supervisory; sounds alarm to non-cook mode
Door latch supervisory (door latched)
Unlock door and check switches or clock assembly (also called the ERC)
Cancel key supervision
Requires the removal of power until serviced. See qualified technician
Your model stove is dual fuel. Which means that the burners on the top of your stove are run using gas, and the bake and broil (and possibly a warming draw) are run using electricity. So if you are cooking on the top of your range you are using gas, and if you cook in the oven you are using electicity