We have a Flavel 100 finesse range style cooker and the left hand side will no longer work (fan assisted oven or grill) however the right hand side works fine along with the 8 gas hob rings, i just wondered if someone could give us an idea how to solve/fix the problem?
I have a Flevel 100 and wish I had checked out all the problems everyone is having first as I would never have bought it...what a waste of money...already replaced the element on it...the ordinary cooker died weeks ago...now the fan one has died leaving me with no means of cooking in an oven...this is going to the nearest dump as soon as I can get to the shop to buy a very cheap standin...Flavel I hope you are ashamed!
If you take off the back pannel (both sides) you will note that there is fuse - little whit circular thing held on with two scres - there will be one for each side. If one side is working, the other not, then try swapping these - if this changes over the side that works then you need to sourse a spare - I am struggeling to source a spare.
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Hi guess you would have got your cooker fixed or replaced by now but I thought I would comment as we have had the same problem.
First I checked the bulb inside the cooker to see if there was a fault but the bulb was intact, I then checked the cooker over visually inspecting suspect broken parts I noticed the Thermosat control (3rd in from left hand side) wasn't turning properly so I ordered a new one. Couple days later it arrives and I remove the old switch and replace (very simple task) once the cooker is apart I get it all back together and it still doesn't work. So I grab my multi tester and perform a continuity test on the elements which proved to be normal range (43ohms was the reading). I was stumped. I began checking the whole cooker wiring and checking everywhere for a fault. After some time I notice a abnormality inside the main cooker control (2nd from the left hand side). Under closer inspection I realise one of the brass pins and spring has dislodged and no longer giving an electical connection. After ordering a new switch I stripped the old one and replace the pin and spring and rebuilt for a temporary fix. Rebuild the cooker and hey presto it works. Couple days later new switch arrives so I changed them over. Touch wood nothing else goes wrong but there's not much to them once they are apart.
Heating element has blown IRCA Type RL6 1800W Remove back panel unscrew 2 screws remove the 3 conected cables open oven door remove 2 screws at rear of oven that holds faceplate in place remove face plate and take old element out and replace with a new element
Is there a black pole sticking out that goes in when you close the door, my Hotpoint freestanding cooker has it on the right hand side, once this is pressed in the fan and heat starts, i had to replace it on my cooker as it went faulty and stopped things working (all I had was the main oven light on, these are usually like a little black box that are situated on the side of the oven just behind the main metal panel on the outside and will normally have 2 pull off spade connectors connected to it.
i don't have the same model as you but hopefully this mig help you.
hi chances are that the internal thermal cutout fuse has gone this fuse is situated on the right hand side of the cooker when you have taken the back plate off about half way down it has two wires attached to it and is screwed with a self tap on the right hand corner of the body of the cooker near the middle of the cooker. You can buy this part and have it delivered for about £6 so is a very cheap fix.