Question about Ovens
Hoping to get a manual for Simpson Nova electric upright stove - approx 10 years old. Has four solid hotplates, grill in oven.
All markings on control knobs have rubbed off so impossible to set oven temperature, grill or hotplates accurately.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In my experience, it is normal to leave the the door open when grilling, otherwise it is liable to cause the bakelite handle of the grilling pan to get very hot, and possibly melt or catch fire, and make it to hot to hold the handle.
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Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Hello,Here is a tip that I wrote that will help you with that problem...
The ignitor for your burner has faied...
Posted on May 26, 2010
sounds like the main gas line to the oven was shut off. you need to locate the line and look for the valve and turn in on.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
SOURCE: I HAVE A ELECTRIC TECHNIKA
The important test is to check the continuity of the heating coil to see if the coil is good, If so check the power supply to the coils, it can be faulty due to poor switch, a poor temperature control or a faulty lead.
Please check and respond
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
I wonder if L1 and N are reversed, at least for this hot plate. The readings you get are consistent with a switched neutral and always-connected L1. This is not permitted in any electrical code I know.
If you get a constant 240 V at "terminal 1" referenced to "terminal 2", but no heat, and the resistance is consistent with a 1400 W heater when it's cold, I'd suspect a heater terminal or the element itself is opening up when it gets warm. If you have a means of measuring current such as a clamp-on induction ammeter, you may see an initial current up to 6 amps, then a quick drop-off to zero, random fluctuation, or cycling on and off. That would confirm my hypothesis.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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