CREDA Kitchen Range -The cooling fan and oven fan run contiuously when the oven is turned off. The only way at present to stop them is to switch the stove off at the cooker supply box. When you switch it back on at the supply box, both the fans start start running again. How can I fix it ?
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I think you have a cooling fan issue with your unit, if the thermostats are sensing the unit is too warm it shuts down. So if the cooling fans is not coming on is will happen also. I hope this answers you question. Good Luck
Most fitted in or under oven have a small fan in the back which blows while on and when cooling down. If yours is on all the time I would suggest a thermo switch is faulty and stuck on. See the handbook or agent.
The cooling fan is controlled by the EOC and a temperature sensor located at the top of the oven near the control panel. If the temperature is above a 100 degrees there the cooling fan will continue to run. If it does not turn off when the temperature goes below this, there is a problem with either the EOC or temperature sensor. Try turning off the power to your oven for at least an hour to reset the EOC, this may fix the problem.
The top cooling fan is not working which cools the electrics above the oven and the control panel at the front. It could be the fan is faulty , the pcb which controls it is faulty - inside back panel on right. There is also a resistor on the power to the fan which burns out. All easy do it yourself fixes if you are electrical competent.
Fridges should be stood without plugging in for an hour or so after transportation. If this has already occurred, perhaps some damage has happened in transit and a refrigerant line may have broken causing it to lose its gas. If you have just bought it, it should be under manufacturer warranty. If its a second hand fridge, have a look around the back at all the gas pipe lines to see if any have broken. Does the fridge run at all or is it "dead"?
cold air from the fan forced element area in the oven? or from the air vent just above the door? if its from the air vent then this is normal if your oven senses the outside cabinet is getting to hot it will bring on the fan and if its still to hot after u turn it off the fan will continue as its circuit doesnt run through the control knobbs meaning it wont turn off with the oven its controlled via a overload thermostat so the fan will remain on til it gets within its acceptable temp range and the thermostat will cut power to the fan, if it remains on for hours and hours or even days you will be looking at a new thermostat (cheap as dirt like only a few bucks) or worst case a controller
On this model there is a blower fan or cooling fan located between the cooktop and the oven. When oven temps reach @ 550 deg this fan should turn on to keep the controls cool. If it did not come on, you may have a bad fan thermostat or a bad fan. What happened is the control overheated and shut down on you.
Sounds like you have a oven probe or (if equipped) computer issue. From the looks of it, you dont have a computer on this model, so you probably have a thermostat stuck somewhere in there. The thermostat closes at the set temp, then opens when the unit cools. Sounds like this one is stuck in the closed position, allowing the fan to run all the time. You will have to look and see if you have a wiring diagram on the back of the unit, then find the fan wires and see which thermostat controls it. If no diagram, follow the wires out of the fan and see if on runs to a thermostat. Good luck and let me know if you need further info.
assumming its the cooling fan( which is only supposed to run to cool the controls). as per my diagram which wasnt very clear there is no thermostat controlling the fan , looks as though it gets its pawer directly form control board/clock assy , perhaps a relay is stuck closed, i would look for t he wire diag on the back of unit and trace back the fan wires perhaps theres a thermostat not listedn my diag.