Question about Kitchen Ranges
Fan works but lights don't work. Kleenmaid model RH14 90cm rangehood.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fan Not Working
Sounds like a motor problem...but not necessarily. Cut power to the unit. Expose the motor assembly. Turn the fan by hand...if it is jammed or hard to turn...replace that motor. Not that? There is likely a motor connector. Get a test light at the hardware store. Disconnect the motor and then probe the wires coming to the connector from the power side (with the power on again) to see if the tester glows. Yes...bad motor. No, find the bad connection. It is possible that this unit uses a multi switch...if that's the case, there will be three wires coming out of it...One is power in...the others go to the light and the fan. Then, the switch will be the culprit. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
These units have a history of fan failure due to inferior 220 volt Italian fan.
I have just had fan fail and retrofitted a ebmpapst blower fan model D2E146HT6702 which is readily available in Aus for around $120.
The fan speed control is by inverter variable output so you don't use all the speed select wires that this fan has. Connect the Red wire on the range hood to the Black on the motor (High speed winding) and the Black on the range hood to the Blue on the motor (Neutral) and the earth to the earth (Green).
Disconnect and toss the cap in the white enclosure under the PC board enclosure (the new fan has the cap on board). Don't know how easy to fit in the range hood as mine is in an acoustic fan housing in the roof (makes it wisper quiet when running)
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
SOURCE: Hi I have a WRF600 rangehood.
Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
their are no fuses, check ckt braker
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Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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