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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hotpoint oven clock
1 make sure all oven controls are turned off 2 press & Hold in both the cook period & end time buttons together 3 with both buttons still held in press either the + or - buttons to set the correct time of day 4 Release all buttons simultaneously the time of day is now set.
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
SOURCE: Microwave oven stopped working
This is most common in over the range microwaves. Cooking grease migrates into the door switches, resulting in the symptoms you list. Replace the door primary and secondary interlock switches and you should be cooking again. NOTE: be careful not to touch other wires! Even with the unit disconnected from power, if you happen to have a bad bleeder resister in the high voltage capacitor you can still get a nasty zap !
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
SOURCE: Oven not working
I had the same problem. At the back of the stove is a plastic cover with thermal overload written on it.
Switch off your power.Remove the cover, pull out the two luggs and connect the two luggs straight to each other. Make sure the oven knobbs are in the off position. turn on the power. If your oven clock etc. comes on the thermal overload is faulty and needs to be replaced. It is fixed to the stove by a screw from the inside of the oven, so open the door and remove screw to remove thermal overload at the back of oven. Take sample to electrical shop and replace. DO NOT USE OVEN WITHOUT THERMAL OVERLOAD.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: oven not heating
If the fan is working, but there is no heat, then it is the fan oven element that needs to be replaced.
It has nothing to do with timer on this occasion.
Remove panel at rear of oven compartment, there you will see the round element.
Undo fixing screws,and remove element, disconnect leads and fit onto new element, refit new elemrnt, replace cover, and job done!!!
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Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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