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I understand that you are having issues with your door not locking upon using the self-clean feature. It sounds like a possible issue with your EOC (Electronic Oven Control) or dock latch assembly. I would suggest unplugging your range if possible or flipping you breaker for ten minutes to perform reset. If the light continues to flash you may want to seek assistance from a professional for proper diagnosis and repair. -Matt
Refer to user manual or company support, the keypad is giving you a error message of some sort, and it is dependent on the make and model on what that error message means so by referring to the manual or posting it would further help you in figuring out what the issues
hi i have a eurokers ceramic hob and it has not worked in about a yr. it is touch screen and only 1 mth old when problem happend it was like it over heated and now when you turn it on it flashes on the dial i cnat make out it and the hob wont come on. pls help it is brand new and dont want to throw it out.HELP PLS
Hi, if you take off the magnetic knob & let it flash a little longer, then switch off & on again it will work. Ours is doing the same. The book says it needs cleaning, as do the customer services people but I've cleaned & cleaned it & I assure you it's spotless. You don't have to wait 10 minutes though to start cooking, just 1 after switching off. It is very annoying though & I think we will be getting an engineer out to look at it.
IF YOU HAVE THE TYPE THAT IF YOU TURN ONE BURNER UN ALL FOR WILL SPARK, WHICH I BELIEVE YOU DYOU JUST HAVE A BAD CONNECTION TO THAT IGNITER. LIFT THE RANGE TOP A LITTLE AND YOU AHOULD SEE A WIRE GOING TO EACH BURNER CHECK AND MAKE SURE ALL WIRES ARE CONNECTED. AVER TIME THE CONNECTIONS BECOME BAD JUST LIGHTLY TWIST THE WIRE END TO THE LITTLE TAB TO THE BURNER BASE AND THIS SHOULD FIX THE PROBLEM. ALSO IF YOUR BURNERS ARE REMOVEABLE LAY THEM BOTTOM DOWN ON A PIECE OF SAND PAPER AND LIGHTLY SCUFF THE BOTTOM OF THE BURNER
WHERE THE BURNER SITS YOU SHOULD SEE A LITTLE ROUND METAL PART THAT THE BURNER SITS ON TO MAKE IT SPARK SAND THIS ALSO FOOD AND GREASE BUILD UP WILL HAMPER THE SPARK. THIS SHOULD FIX THE PROBLEM
i called up AEG customer service, and they said: Press the '-' and bottom right '+' sign and this should take off the childlock. So it looks like there manual was correct. It seems like in some cases you need to do this, or the method suggested in the other post
OK. I know whats wrong. On your terminal I guess you only connected the Large Brown wire to the number 2 terminal ( Live ) What you have to do is bridge terminal 1 and 2 together. You may need to peel back the heavy copper brown so you can split it evenly and ensure it can reach to terminal 1 and 2 . So what you have then is one cable feeding to both 1 and 2 terminal. If you have the smaller live brown wire just connect that to terminal 2 also. That should fix your problem. I will check back to see if you have any more problems..