Question about Dryers
This is a twin oven system. Due to a power cut we have lost the previous settings. It is now very difficult to get the main oven to work because it seems to be set on a timer. I need to set it to manual.
There are 6 little buttons under the clock which in some way will control the setting to manual or auto. I just seem to be missing the knack of changing the setting.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Puzzeled, usually when there is a stuck or shorted keypad there will be an error code. First let's see if we can tell if we are in Centigrade or Ferenhiet. Press the bake and broil button together for 2 or 3 seconds. SF should appear in the display. Press the broil pad again and C or F will be displayed. Toggle to F and press start. See if that was the problem. If not try to increase the speed of the + and - keypads. Press bake and broil together for 2 seconds until SF displays. Press the + keypad increase the speed of the control. It should toggle from 1 to 5, 5 being the fastest. Press start and see if that works. If niether works..then have someone remove the keypad ribbon cable from the control board and clean the ends with an eraser. See if that solves the issue...Catriver..post back and let me know.
Posted on May 12, 2007
SOURCE: how to set the temperature
Look up this fan on amazon.com. In the comments/reviews a gentleman posted instructions for fixing the thermostat (it involves opening up the fan and repositioning the thermostat wire).
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
SOURCE: Main oven won't turn on
I'm figuring you've probably resolved this, since you posted in November (and I've just joined the site today). However, I thought I'd post a solution just in case anyone else surfs in and finds the same problem.
We have the same sort of oven. After the power has been off, the oven won't work until you set the time on the clock. I think it's because of all the automatic timer features.
On ours, you have to press the two buttons with arrows on at the same time as turning the clock dial to change the time.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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