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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The timer on our Lofra MXUD76MFE broke about 2 months after the 12 month warranty ran out.
Being a bit of a fiddler i took the top off the cooker to access the timer (not that difficult) when i ispected the timer i was astonished that it had lasted the 14 months it had such was the quality of it.
The timer was easy to set to ensure the cooker worked but unserviceable to restore the timer mechanism.
I thought given that it was such a cheap looking part (even allowing for the exorbitant price of parts) it would be worth replacing.
Came across the new appointed distributor - Premier Appliance Brands - based in Warrington (01925 248980)
They gave me a part No of 03010631 but didn't have stock and initially could not give me a price. i left it a couple of weeks and rang back this week.
They quoted £77 - needless to say i didn't order it
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
SOURCE: main ovens dont work
if the clock is not set the ovens wont work,they dont have to say the right time but they do have to have a time. to set the clock hold the hand button and the clock button(first two buttons),and then plus or minus to set the time
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The clock is flashing zeros because you need to set the clock timer.To do this you need to press and hold in both of the the cook period and end time buttons together, then with both buttons still held in , press either the "+" or "-" buttons to set the correct time of day
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
I'll give this a go! With a cooker like this, you depress and then turn the control knob, press the ignition button and continue to depress the control knob for a few seconds. This is because a device called a thermocouple is heated by the flame and you have to continue to depress the control knob so that sufficient gas flows to heat up the thermocouple. If the thermocouple does not get hot or stay hot then the gas valve is automatically closed - stopping the gas. The thermocouple is a 'flame failure' safety device. If the gas gets cut off then the flame goes out and the thermocouple goes cold switching off the gas valve automatically. However, you are having to try and manually keep the gas going for a good five minutes. I would think that there is either a problem with the thermocouple or the gas control valve! Tony www.birminghamelectricsltd.com
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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