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Why has grill fallen down and screws keep falling out when trying to put back

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SOURCE: the grill element has fallen down because the two

What you need to do is obtain 2 large self tapping screws,and resecure the element to the top that way, or failing that , fit 2 cavity wall screws, these will also do the job, but you may have to enlarge the holes.

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Screw on plate at back of oven refuse to tighten. Keeps falling out. How do I fix this?


And of the following solutions could ruin the connection, but might also fix problem.
Can you drill and tap threads for larger hole? And then use larger diameter screw?
Try screwing in a fine thread bolt so the thread doesn't match and then that might tighten.
Tap a fine thread into same hole and then leave tap shavings there when screwing in fine thread bolt... or screw in regular bolt after tapping fine thread.
Try sticking awl into hole and bending down to mis-shape the hole slightly so thread might take hold.
High heat from the connection prevents other methods such as adding glue or other material.
Loose screw and wire can cause arcing and high heat leading to fire... keep all wire connections covered so fire cannot get oxygen and spread
Fire safety on following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-household-electricity.html

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Dec 05, 2014 | Ovens

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Kenmore oven door fails to lock


1. Remove the pan drawer
2. With someone holding glass up, remove the four screws at the bottom of the door that hold the glass front to the door frame. Gently lower the panel about two inches until the side guides are below the door trim cap. Place out of the way so it doesn't fall over etc.
3. Keeping the door closed, use a spring puller to remove each spring from the hinge. (I made one out of a hanger and a screwdriver. Double thickness at the hook, wrapped and secured around the screwdriver to make a handle) If you do things this way be VERY careful. Be sure it is really strong and is not going to slip. The springs are really under tension and will shrink down about an inch from where they are hooked. (Be sure to support the door so it does not fall open when the springs are removed. It will just make things worse.)
4. After the springs are off gently open the door all of the way.
5. Pull down the hinge locks from the oven body and lift the base of the door up. This will lift the door hinges off of the mounts in the oven frame and allow you to pull the door away from the body.
6. Place the door on your box or workbench etc
7. Remove the two screws on each side of the door that hold the hinges in place. Remove the hinges.

Reinstallation is in reverse.

Hinge repair.
By placing the lower part of the hinge (by the axle) against a ruler I was able to see that the upper section was bent out on each hinge. To correct it I placed the hinge over a pair of 4x4 blocks so that it curved up in the center, and hit it a few times with a hammer. The metal was very responsive and quickly bent back into shape. Be careful here as you don't want to bend them too far. I actually went a little past true, wanting to get a little more push at the top of the door. I placed the hinges directly on the oven to see the difference and they looked good (Be sure to put a piece of cardboard or rag between them and the top to keep them from scratching the surface.

Put the hinges back in the door, screw it together and hang it back on the stove, replace the springs and the glass, and check your fit. Good luck.


Feb 01, 2013 | Kenmore Ovens

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In the top grill of a neff u142nogb built in oven the heated element and back plate have dropped down and a small self tapping screw and L shaped bracket have fell down bot the self tapper has no suitable...


We have a video how to replace the grill element and a part of the video shows how the element is support with bracket and it might help you

Sep 11, 2011 | Neff Ovens

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AEG D2100-4 , THE TOP GRILL HAS FALLEN DOWN AND THE RETAINING SCREWS WONTS GO BACK ANY IDEAS THANKS


Hi the spare part solution is to replace the oven liner. not economic and difficult to do. If engneering minded you can make a long slide clip i have made some out of an old oven shelf grid.forming a shape similar to a tent peg in shape and size and sliding it horizontally through the grill retainining bracket and hole in the oven liner. not easy to explain this but it works on aeg bosch and neff ovens with the same fault.

Nov 09, 2010 | AEG D2100-4 Electric Double Oven

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The grill element has fallen down because the two


What you need to do is obtain 2 large self tapping screws,and resecure the element to the top that way, or failing that , fit 2 cavity wall screws, these will also do the job, but you may have to enlarge the holes.

Apr 06, 2010 | Zanussi ZDQ695 Electric Double Oven

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Baumatic oven not heating up. Grill and fan fine.


if it is the b180, the answer (having just fixed this) is really simple.

The coily bit is the oven element - it will have gone. A new one from eBay cost me about 6 quid.
[WHEN IT ARRIVES !]

Turn the power off.
Inside the oven use a philips screwdriver to remove the 4 screws (KEEP THEM !)
You will see a coily thing and a fan.


You unscrew 3 more screws (2 on the left and 1 on the right).
(KEEP THESE TOO!)

now ... bit tricky, have the new one inside the oven and take each wire off one at a time and put it on the new element.

Screw it back on but DONT put the last panel back in.

Turn the oven on maximum for about 2 minutes and see it glow red.

Turn the oven off. Make a cup of tea and have a couple of biscuits while admiring how good you are and waiting for the element to cool down!!!

Put the final panel back in place. Whole thing (including a cup of tea) takes about half an hour.

Jan 27, 2010 | Baumatic B180 Electric Single Oven

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Dacor Oven


Depending on your model it is usually at the top behind the "grill" of the oven that is not working. Take out the screws aournd the oven latch (usually for cleaning) and slide out the grill. The limit switch is either over the latch or to the side. If it popped, just put it back with a screw driver. If that is not the issue, then it it could be a bigger issue.

Aug 12, 2008 | Dacor ECD230 Epicure Electric Double Oven

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Too hot


Hi, not sure if you ever received a reply, but there is a setting known as "bypass" on commercial thermostats, if you took the cover off to replace it, you can access this screw, it is part of the body of the thermostat, either to the left or the right of the knob shaft, usually has a "B" stamped, or molded into the body. What this setting does is when the thermostat reaches temperature, it would normally close, shutting off the supply to the burner, thus the temp would begin to fall, by the time it opened back up, the temp would have fallen too much, causing a large temp swing. The bypass setting opens or shuts a passage that "bypasses" the thermostat main valve, keeping just a little burner, making the swing, or fluctuation smaller. So, you probably have a setting too big, causing your bypass flame to be too big, raising, or keeping the temp too high, try turning it in (cw) to lower it slightly, a small turn makes a huge difference, so go easy. Hope that helps, and thank you.

May 08, 2008 | Bakers Pride Y-600 Gas Single Oven

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Element wires fell behind oven


I just had the same problem with our Electrolux wall oven. I don't expect you are still having problems 3 years later, but thought I would post for the benefit of anyone else with this issue.

Firstly, turn your power off. I then had to unscrew two screws on each side of the oven door which allowed the oven shell to come forward. You should then see the power cord which you can remove from the powerpoint. If your oven is hard-wired in, then I would definitely call an electrician.

Once I removed the oven, I placed it on the floor and unscrewed a few screws that held the top and back casing on. After removing the casing, you can see the wiring and you just need to push the fallen wire back through.

Before you put the casing back on, you could replace your element just in case the wire falls through again.

Sep 17, 2007 | Whirlpool Ovens

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