My ZBS 1063 is displaying safe on startup (when power is supplied) and I cant turn the oven on to do anything. When I do try I simply get a beep but no activity. Gas still works on the hob but the main oven function seems dead.
Any help much appreciated, Arran
The oven ive selected is the closest to the one I have in terms of medel number. (I have got the ZBS 1063 from the manual)
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the "Off/Clear' button to cancel anything on the display, and reset the
microwave. This is a soft reset and will simply get you out of any
program you have started. Press it when the cooking complete reminder
appears on the display.
a hard reset. Pull the plug out of the wall power supply, and wait a
moment. Plug the microwave back into the wall power supply to reset
any anomalies with the microwave's memory. You will need to reset the
time of day if you perform a hard reset.
the time of day. Press the "Clock" button, and turn the dial to set the
hours. Press the dial to enter. Follow the same procedure for the
minutes and a.m. or p.m. Press the "Start" button to start the clock. This should help fix the problem.
Error code F 23 indicates the control detected a problem with the communication link or can be generated as a result of irregularities in the power supply or usage.
The error code F23 can often be resolved by removing power to the appliance for a minute and then restoring the power.
By unplugging the appliance it allows the control to receive a fresh supply of power. This in turn will clear the controls memory of any irregularities it may have received from the power supply. Once refreshed the error should no longer be displayed.
Unplug the unit or turn the circuit breaker off for 60 seconds.
Restore the power to the appliance by plugging it back in or turning the circuit breaker back on.
Check to see if the error code is still displayed on the range.
Run the appliance in the cycle that initially caused the error or attempt to turn on broiler.
If the error code is displayed, then service is needed. The unit should be inspected by a qualified appliance repair technician. Should you choose to use Sears, the number to schedule a repair tech is: Sears Repair Department 1-800-469-4663.
One thing to be sure of is that the unit is being supplied with power to the right areas. Try to (safely) trace the circut all the way from line voltage to the area where you want the load, say the heating coil or the display. Follow the wires from inlet to output, and see if any parts are recieving voltage that aren't responding. Also, be sure to check the door switch for ohms. Disconnect the power, and disconnect the door switch from its terminals. Measure with your Ohm meter to see if it opens and closes the circut when pressed. If it doesn't respond either way, then it is your problem.
The main advice is to make sure that the AC power breaker and isolation switches are off before you do anything else. Once the oven is pulled forward support it on a bench if it is up high or on a piece of wood if it is low. Then disconnect the electricty supply cable from the rear of the oven and either terminate it safely or remove it from the isolation switch.
If there is a display on the clock and you cannot reset it to manual, then the oven will not work, if you cannot reset then you will probably need a new timer fitting.
They can be bypassed, but not recommended unless you know what you are doing..
If there is no display at all , then check to make sure you have supply to oven
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