Rangemaster Professional 90 SS (electric) Kitchen Range - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Use a good thermometer, if possible a probe type to check heat after oven is turned on , Now at different timing take the test while switching off oven or heating till the set levels of temperature can be marked and calibrated on the panel with the marking in place.
You can start by calibrating from 90 degrees and in steps of 30 degrees making sure it is marked with the set levels.
Thus it can be calibrated to work.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Aug 30, 2010 | 155 views

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Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 26, 2010 | 270 views

check your main panel for 240volts and again at plug in on unit,unless you have some power i.e. 120volts, you need 240volts to operate oven, also check neutral on supply line into oven/lights,thats open nothing will operate

Rangemaster... | Answered on Aug 23, 2009 | 174 views

That happens either because the timer control is faulty, or because there is a contact on the element wires or connectors, and the element is grounded.

Control board and wiring harness are tested using a multimeter.

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Rangemaster... | Answered on May 17, 2009 | 343 views

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Rangemaster... | Answered on Dec 18, 2019 | 100 views

Check for a controller board. Probably that or a temp sensor.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 18, 2019 | 94 views

Could be a broken resistance. Good luck.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 08, 2019 | 73 views

I’d be looking at wiring both in Stove and house. If that’s not comfortable to you, call repair tech or electrician

Rangemaster... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018 | 55 views

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Rangemaster... | Answered on Oct 13, 2018 | 61 views

Check your circuit breakers for a kitchen circuit that is off. Most range hoods are wired to a different circuit than the cooktop/range. Next check if any nearby GFCI (ground fault) or AFCI (arc fault) outlets aren't working. If the outlets have test/reset buttons, try to reset them. Warning: if these repeatedly trip, there may be a leak getting to your wiring (GFCI) or an insulation problem or loose wire that is causing a potential fire risk. Alternatively the outlets could be damaged and need to be replaced.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(My range hood is wired to a lighting circuit. Thus it's not on a GFCI circuit. However, your wiring could be different.)

Rangemaster... | Answered on Sep 14, 2018 | 55 views

belling induction top on belling electric coocker ER47 error code. none of the plates work,

Rangemaster... | Answered on Aug 02, 2018 | 1,169 views

Most likely you need to remove burner caps and clean out holes. While it is off turn it on for a sec and see if you small gas. CAREFUL just a sec.
A good cleaning is best before you call your gas company. Our's PG&E do'es it for free check with yours before you call a repairman.

Hope this helps Mike

Rangemaster... | Answered on May 31, 2018 | 48 views

due to safety issues - and possibly injury from a hot burner when you think it is turned off - talk to a local repairman in your area.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Mar 26, 2018 | 38 views

First, I'm not a Rangemaster Tech.
* call vendor for service. Gas leaks are hazardous and require a qualified tech to service.
*** The following is for information only.***
* I've always had problems servicing gas stove, heaters, boilers, etc. Lots of unique components that require special tools to service.
* I was surprised to find out that it's better to call on your local Gas Supplier for service. The not only check the supply line but also have a very good working experience with all types of gas fired equipment.
* Slow pilot lighting or burner fire usually means a clogged gas vent or valve. If other burners are working fine, then it's just that particular burner.
* If all burners have the same symptom then it could be a number of things.
* Check gas mains for pressure and flow (you need a gas meter for this but if you have another stove on the same line then it's probable that the mains are okay. Unless the connector or shutoff valve is not working properly (partial open).
* Check gas hose to stove for kinks. Replace if bent (re bending will crack a metal hose.)
* Check the gas regulator (again, need a gas meter)
* Check the feed and branches for gas. If pilot lights are not on then there is a good indication that your not getting gas to that section. (or the pilot is clogged) Clean, clear, or replace pipes/parts.
* Check valve on each burner. This is the most used item on the stove. Expect it to wear out. Replace as needed.
* Final, Be safe; Call your Gas company or MFR tech for service.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Rangemaster... | Answered on Mar 12, 2018 | 49 views

Hi Anita,
I am not shure, but do this cooker have already flame faillure device?
In that case I thnk this is the problem.
If not, it is a clogged nozzle.
You can remove that nozzle, that is under the burnercap, with a 7 mm wrench. Then clean it so you can see trough it and put it back.
They look like the ones in the link.

RANGEMASTER Oven Cooker Natural Gas to LPG Conversion Nozzle Kit A027639...

Have a nice weekend, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018 | 56 views

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