Question about Kitchen Ranges
I had the same problem & decide to attempt a repair, i.e. try & bypass the time control. 1st of all I couldn't get into the unit, seems to be sealed, removed the little switch by force to see if there was any screws below it, none, tried to lever the unit apart &, again, no joy. I gave up, snapped the little switch back into place, & turned it on. Believe it or not it's working!!!!! Don't know for how long but here's hoping. Derek Moffitt
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
I followed the advice of someone answering a similar post, and it worked. Move the slider up and down rapidly about ten times, stop it on so it's on and see if it stops. I did it a handful of times, less than 30 seconds in all, and it worked :) Obviously a problem with the unit/slider.
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