Question about Smeg SE250XUK Stainless Steel Electric Single Oven
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SMEG SA 398X
OK I have just moved into an apartment with this model (SA 398 X/1) and was searching for a user guide (no luck yet).
Anyhow my apartment was owned by a bachelor and it looks as though he hardly used the oven so everything's still intact.
I'm in Australia and these numbers are in Celsius so I hope they work for you.
From top Right (starting at the 2 o'clock position) the four numbers going clockwise downwards are:
Then from the left side (starting at 7 o'clock position) going clockwise upwards:
250 - with dots arching above the 250
Hope this helps -
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
You need to place use a multimeter to check the element for continuity if that is ok then the next step is to check for 240v being
switched to the fan and element array.
With the unit switched off at the wall put the test leads onto the correct points ( Use the earth post for the Black lead) switch the meter to a range to cover the 240vac and then switch on the unit
If there are no readings then you need to go back up the wiring to check the input to the thermostat
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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