Question about Blodgett Ovens
I haven't run these in a while. I turned them on and they appeared to run fine and when i went to shut them off the top oven acted like it went into a seizure and started beeping. I had to disconnect from wall and cool.. then I restarted and the message board said SP MTR and the belt wouldn't run and it just buzzed loudly. Can you help identify what this is and where to get a part if needed?
this web site shows your manual and indicates that the issue is the motor needs attention. I would think that the motor has failed mechanically and is "Locked Up." The buzzing is the motor trying to run but can not as it does not move. The SP MTR indicates motor speed issue.
Posted on Aug 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Whirlpool double
Strange, I would have thought it was the thermostat (temp sensor as you call it).... It may be the actual electric portion of the control panel itself malfunctioning... There is not much behind the control panel that could buzz aside from the control panel itself.
Check out the part I believe you need here, this site is really handy for this type of thing:
It is number 6 on that list there... the CNTRL-ELEC they call it. You sound very capable so I would say try and replace that, I bet it'll fix it right up!
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
SOURCE: My AEG competence oven is
I would suspect that the problem is caused by the external cooling fan located under the outside cooker cabinet housing, which continues to operate as the oven is cooling down if it is built in, you will have to remove it from the oven housing to access the fan
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
SOURCE: We have a Renaissance Wall
This is a common problem on this model and discussed many times by us here and in different forums.
CO1 means you have a shorted touch pad and need to replace it.
In the beginning, you might be able to reset the code by pressing Cancel or by disconnecting the power supply for few minutes. However, that is an indication of touch pad ( or shorted key failure ).
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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