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Rangemaster 110 I have a Rangemaster 110 and my right hand oven has a problem. It has been my main oven of chice for many years, and sudddenly the flame stays very low, even if the knob is turned to 9. Normally the ovens light, stay low, then the flame increases until temperature is reached. The left one is working ok, but the right one has this problem. Any ideas? How will I fix this ie parts etc? Many thanks - C Catchpole

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2008

    Flame in left oven not sufficient to heat oven for cooking.



    Any ideas?

  • Avon301 Jan 28, 2008

    We have exactly the same problem as detailed in McClairey's post.L/H cooker absolutely fine,R/H lights but flame remains. My guess is a thermocouple failure but this is a guess and I wouldn't know how to begin to fix it. The burners have been thoroughly cleaned but as they light anyway I didn't hold much hope that this would do anything

  • jackcollie Apr 29, 2008

    ive had my rangemaster 110 fueled by gas for 15 years with no problems till now my ovens are on really low lights even when on 9 and the flames wont rise to reach temp cant bake or cook anything its just to low please can anybody help with this

  • FSDemon Jun 14, 2008

    Same issue with RH oven happened last November. Rangemaster replaced Flame Supervision Device (FSD) and MIcroswitch on console. Apparently the solenoid inside the FSD had melted under extreme temperature (not caused by cooking but more akin to arc welding!) causing a short circuit which had toasted the microswitch.



    Failed again in early April 2008, then again in early May and once more in June! Engineer called and advised this was vexing the technical people at Rangemaster who had never heard of it before - so can you all please ring them on 01926 457400 and report your faults!!! I sent engineer away with removed FSD and previously removed FSD from early May visit to send to Rangemaster for testing.



    Thought problem resolved until this morning when preheated both ovens for approx 20 mins. Flame rose to heat oven as usual but minutes later cut out, blowing fuse in plug. Changed fuse and reset clock, thinking a good idea to turn on RH oven to see if short circuit recurred. Big mistake as this not only blew fuse but took out the clock which was dead even with the fuse again replaced.



    Will be calling Rangemaster on Monday for fifth visit in seven months. It seems they do not understand their own product. It makes me wonder if their new parts are incompatible with an 8 year old model or are cheap (shoddy?) imports.



    Engineer on last but one visit did try to imply that the household electrics were running at 250V, but this would not explain a current surge. My kitchen ring main is RCD protected which worked when the engineer short inadvertently circuited the control box (which he replaced).



    I hope this adds to the fact base for anyone else with similar issues. I'm going nuts as we hardly use the ovens, but when we do want to use them, it is anyone's guess if they will work.

  • ajmcg Jul 29, 2008

    I have the same problem. Our cooker is fourteen years old and the right hand gas oven will light but the flame does not increase to a decent level. The other oven is working fine.

  • Anonymous Aug 06, 2008

    I have the same problem with my right oven it has a low light and wont heat when I turn the knob to 9

  • kangoo Oct 03, 2008

    Same as others, turned off and on, messed with clock, one oven did get going after a while but would like a solution

  • McClairey Oct 29, 2008

    Well - not only have I still got this original problem, but now the clock has gone up the wall ! It keeps flashing 0.00 (as if the power has been interrupted) and I cannot get it back to normal. Have tried all the commbinations suggested in the handbook, but nothing works. Consequently, neither oven will light. AARRGGHH!!!!!!!!

  • gsmith850 May 19, 2009

    Right hand oven comes on but flame is permanently low. After reading user manual I'm sure I know the culprit ! Will post solution.

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Reading the user manual, it states that the flame initially comes on low, until it is "sensed" by the flame sensing device. This to me sounds suspiciously like the flame isn't being sensed and so never gets increased to the normal level.
I've not had time for a proper look at it.... but from a quick glance this morning this looked like a "flame rectifier" probe next to my burner (as we commonly use in boilers to sense if the gas burner is lit). This is just a metal probe. They send a high-ish AC voltage signal (Sine wave) from it, through the flame, to the earthed metal case. The flame acts like a diode (yes it really does work !) and simple electronics detects the change in the applied signal (rectified) due to the flame. I know from personal experience they (the probes) get coated with crud (carbon, etc) and need a good clean. I suggest you try cleaning both it and the metal area opposite it. If necessary the probes metal tip could be GENTLY rubbed with very fine Emmery cloth, etc, if badly coated.
Other than that, if it is sensing the flame, then it must be the gas control device (solenoid valve ?) that is jammed, blocked or just defective.
Simples......

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I have had the same problem with rangemaster 110, r/h solinoid,i purchased a replacement from an authorized dealer, same fault within 6 months, i had to purchase a replacement so they could check the first replacement was faulty before they refund my money. now the second one has failed. so we have decided to use it until the l/h oven gives up (hopefully sooner than later) then we will be buying another double oven, but it will not be rangemaster.

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