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Fisher Paykel OD302 double wall oven. Exhaust fan assembly (vent fan) wiring.


get an electrician in to fix it
the red wire is normally the active (power wire) and the blue is the neutral wire
if you fit the blue to a red terminal then you could be dead, blow the circuit or blow a circuit breaker
be safe call an electrician

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Everything electric in my house goes off and I turn my oven on and my electric comes back on. What can I do to fix this problem?


are you saying that all day long you have no electricity? It's only when you run the oven that your house is energized?

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Do I need special electrical outlet?


You need to check with a licensed electrician for your area that would know the electrical codes. Most houses will all ready have an outlet for the stove and you will have to match it up with for the cord on your stove. Older homes that have not upgraded the electrical, typically will have a 3 wire outlet for the stove. Most newer homes, where the code requires, may have a 4 wire outlet. If you are replacing an existing stove I would recommend getting a new pigtail cord for the new stove so that you have new wires carrying the current instead of trusting old wires. Hope this helps!

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Defy stove, when start heat up element it get warm but trip power after about 5min, what's rong?


Not sure of the cause but the signs are pointing to an overload. Check the power rating of the oven and the standard cabling of the house. They won't match! . Solution is to run a dedicated line for the oven - let a licensed electrician do that in compliance to your local regulation.

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I have a Zamussi ZUQ875 double oven. I have just replaced the bottom oven element after it went bang. Nothing tripped out but the digital display has gone out and cannot get main oven to work because


i suspect that you did cut power to the oven when you replaced the element. therefore the oven needs to be reset as new. there are quite a few pages of instructions on setting the timer so be prepared if you are going to to proceed with this "little" project.
I was able to locate your manual online here:http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/zanussi/zuq_875.html?idRes=625295

I suggest unplugging it for a few minutes...then plugging it back in. Hopefully if the electrical is good you will see the oven's timer flashing. then you can proceed with the instructions from page 7.
Otherwise, you may have a blown a short and should get a licensed electrician to look at it.
Another option would be to contact the manufacturer:service.eid@electrolux.ie

Or, find the bloke that installed it and invite him over for dinner and maybe he'll notice it's not working and will fix it for free! ;-)
Good luck mate!

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Do you need electrician to install a neff oven.


From a legal standpoint, it depends on where you live. Some jurisdictions require that only licensed, insured tradespeople ,complete with permits and inspections, can do any electrical work. Others allow a homeowner to do basic "maintenance type" jobs themselves, such as changing light fixtures, switches, and even installing new appliances. If you have to install a new breaker, new branch wiring, receptacles etc., you will likely need the services of a professional. Another consideration is that if the installation causes a loss down the road, fire,or injury, your insurance carrier may abandon you! Your best bet is to call your local Inspection Authority, and most appliance vendors will reccomend good tradespeople in your area. I hope this is helpful, Rob.

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Our zanussi cooker is tripping out. Any idea what fault might be? Is it worth getting a zanussi electrician or a local electrician to look? Thanks in advance


Hello,

if it trips as soon as you turn on a certain function that may point you in the right direction.If it trips when you just turn on at mains with no funtions set then it would be advisable to get the zanussi man out most leckys will find fault but tell you to get service man to sort it.
Hope I was helpful.

Good Luck.

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Microwave shows clock but blows fuse


Microwave ovens have a transformer inside them that puts out thousands of volts in order to create the "microwave" that cooks the food, but the clock and controls are on the circuit before that transformer.
Most of the times the transformer is bad and depending on how much you paid for it, not worth the repair bill unfortunately. But thats why you see the clock, even though the fuse blows. I am assuming you mean the Microwaves INTERNAL fuse, if not then it is a model with a battery backup to not loose data like your alarm clocks do sometimes, therefore you would show the clock but not be able to start the Microwave.
If it is the fuse or breaker in your panel that blows, then either the breaker is weak, or the transformer it shot. If it is 120volts, try plugging it into another outlet by either moving it or use an extension cord from another outlet you know work..if it starts, then you either have a bad breaker or some other electrical issue with the receptacle and should get a LICENSED electrician out, I say that because I am a Master Licensed Electrician and just because they say they are an electrician means nothing unless you see their license,plus ins. usually wont pay if there were a problem if an unlicensed person were used.
I hope I helped, if so please give me a thumbs up!

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I'm replacing an old electric range with a new one. The old wiring is a black, white,and green, 3 wires. The new electric range calls for black, white, red,and green, 4 wires. How do I set it up and get it...


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I want to know myself.

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Wiring a stove


If there is no 220 outlet in the location where you're planning to put the stove then you need to run wiring to the new location. There are two seperate phases of 110 volts coming to your home. The voltage between each of these phases and the neutral wire is 110 volts. When your house was wired only 1 of the 110 volt signals was run to your 110 volt outlets. In order to create a 220 volt outlet you need both of the 110 volt signals run to the outlet.

If you have a straight shot between your breaker box and the location where you need the 220 volt outlet then this is not too big a deal. If you have finished ceilings and walls inbetween then this will be much more difficult.

If you're not comfortable with electrical wiring this would be a good time to call a licensed electrician.

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