I have just brought a house and the oven is a baroness integra gas fan oven - i get the thing ignited as can see the flames but when i gently release the nosel the flames go and there is no heat. it is a little warm but i think that's just from the lamp. Any help would be great - i miss baking!:-(
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The bake element has gone bad. They can visually look fine but still be bad. To check and replace that element you will unfortunately need to kill the power and remove it from the wall. Remove the back cover. Check for a low resistance (around 16 ohms) across the bake element. If the resistance is high the element is bad. Google the make and model for a replacement element.
The F3 code means that the temperature sensor in the oven is not giving the signal to the oven control. This could be the result of a problem with the wiring or the wire harness between the control board and the sensor or indicate that the sensor itself has failed.
If unsuccessful searching the web for PDF files for your appliance, then contact the manufacturers . There will be contact details on the web for that company, they will usually send you the manual free of charge.
Press the TIMER button (the leftmost one with a little bell icon) and the "cooking" button (the one next to it with a "hot saucepan" icon) briefly at the same time. Within four seconds start changing the time with the + or - buttons. When you have the correct time just leave it and it will leave time setting mode four seconds after the last button press.