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I had brand new oven delivered that has a defective transformer. The oven will not work at all. Should I ask the company that I bought it from to replace it or just go ahead and get a new transformer.

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The machine has 1 year waranty on parts and labor thave them either repair it under warranty or give you a new one

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Welcome to FixYa.

The issue with these displays is they can lose their intensity over time, but also it can be contributed to the main control...specifically the transformer on the "C" series ovens, hence the only remedy is to replace the control/display kit.

I'd first suggest checking the main control if you feel you are capable, this is how...


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2) locate the control board behind the display ( this will require either moving the front panel or the top panel behind the display...in the plenum )

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Then identify the PCB/control board...






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3) Remove the control or place it at a vantage point you can perform the following voltage checks, this is where some experience or electrical knowledge comes in handy...

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If the values listed in the test chart all are o.k. then you need a display only...if not you'll need the control board. ( Before you ask, I don't know of any transformer supplier...but then you're gambling nothing else is defective on the control anyway, not worth it in my opinion, that's your call )

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