Tappan Range 560S111PO1 Timer buzzer won't turn off
The buzzer for the timer on my stove keeps going off. I can't get it to stop. I'd like to disconnect it, since I never use it. Please help! The buzzing is driving us and our neighbors crazy. Thanks.
Please note: I couldn't find my product listed, so I just picked the first Tappan gas range from the list, otherwise my question wouldn't go through. The correct model number is 560S111PO1, which must be an old model.
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First try to unplug it and give it 5 minutes and then plug it back in. If that doesn't work then you'll need to check the wiring with it unpluged. If there is nothing obvious then you'll have to replace the main board..... also knows as a ERC or Electronic Clock Timer
is the ignitor getting white hot in the center.it may not be drawing enough current to open the gas flow regulator.the only othe thing foe you to replace is the main control board.or better known as the clock timer
Oven control beeps and Electronic control as detected fault condition. Press CLEAR to clear the display and stop displaysF1,F3, F7 ,or F9 beeping. Program oven again.If fault recurs,record fault number. Press CLEAR and contact your Sears authorized qualified service agency.
You need to check the connection at the back of the unit that hooks to the house power. Turn off breakers or pull fuses before checking. It sounds like you only have half of the voltage you need. One of the wire connectors may be burnt or you may have a problem with the house wiring.
I took the top of range apart to see if I could unplug the buzzer. Wasn't sure which wire it was so I just unplugged the bottom four wires one at a time.....don't really know what it did but it stopped buzzing and all the wires are plugged back in. Only thing I can think of it must have re-set something cause it works fine now
to jenna 12 Does your stove have a stop and start timer? When you set your clock you may have inadvertantly moved the stop or start time on that timer. Check them, if they have knobs for setting the stop and start time, make sure the pointer is pointing to the current time and that the knob is popped out and not stuck in. when you have it right both the stop and the start knob should be out, not pushed in. They will pop out when you turn them to the current time.
These timers allow you to start something cookin at a time delayed several hours. this means they will not allow the oven to come on until it hits that time that you may have set in error.
If your stove has a digital stop and start timer check each one so that both show the current time, then your oven should light.