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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

Hi Cindy,
Next link gives you where you can buy a new one and the last picture shows you the back side.
There are 2 pins that go through the plate and then it has 2 special clamps. You can remove these carefully with a little screwdriver and a pair of pliers. Be carefully not to distroy these clamps.
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Have a good weekend, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hello Lisa,

I love these cookers, they are beautiful.


Then pull the cooker out of its place and unscrew the backplate on the side where you think the problem is.
When it really is the ventilator, you will find then some very dark colored wires.
The reason for this is most often a bad contact.
When the wire is not burned to much, remove the burned connection, clean it and put it back again.
In case of a really bad burne wire, do not replace the wire, but use shrink hose
Just be sure that the connection is ok again.
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The second link is of a VW Samba, but illustrates what can happen. Then you can immagine that nothing will work anymore

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Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hi Gerald,

for old Rangemasters it is difficult to find the original parts, as they have their outside model.
But when you open the switch carefully, you will find 2 switches on a board, one for the light and one for the fan.
These parts are common for a lot of cooker hoods. The switches look like the one of link 1
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the second link gives you a complete unit, so the light switch and the vent switch on a board


I hope you will find the right part.
Kind regards, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hi Don, no there is no extra fuse in it, at least I have never found one.
I refurbish cookers and sometimes I find that the wires are somewhat burned.
So the heater the ovens come, the more chance there is for a shortcut. That trips the circuitbraker. It is often because of a bad connection.
When this goes on, there may become a burnt wire. In that case there will be no electricity to that part of the cooker.
Did you smell a burning smell in the past when you put the oven on?
On the link I give you, you will find something that may be helpful.

Have a nice weekend, Dik

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Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hello Bob,

this is not on a Rangemaster, but the principle is the same.
I think, if you have done the other one too, you will have enough information to do this one too.
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Have a nice weekend, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

  • Hello David,

    when the clock does not work, the (left hand) oven will not work too I suppose.
    Often when the clock does not work, it is only the timer that does not work. In that case, the timer can be bypassed. The oven still works then, but without the timer and the clock will also work as a clock.
    So no timer.

    When it is an older rangemaster, and the ignition does not work, then probably are some wires leaking. I that case the power for the spark does not come to the burner sparkplug.
    But when all plugs do not spark then there are 2 possibilities I think.

    1 the ignitor is gone
    2 the ignitor does not get power

    I hope this helps, I wish you a good weekend, Dik
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Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hello Stephany,

this cooker has an ignition system by pressing the knob of the item that you want to ignite.
As all sparkplugs work and only the oven is the source of the problem, i think that the contact behind the knob of the oven sticks


It looks like this one and is behind the facia, between the knob and the valve.

I hope this helps, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hello Patricia,

when the oven lights on, but only smal, then I suspect the flame failure device.has troubles.
As you say that you spilt gravy on the gas jets then I also think there is gravy on the electrical part of the FFD.
That is in this picture on the left side.
When there is a problem, the FFD will not open the valve in full

I hope this helps you, kind regards, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Hello Anon61,

Wow, that is a lot of problems with one cooker.
First of all, there must be an inspection of an engineer.

I am afraid he will tell you to buy a new one, as repair with so many troubles will cost a lot of money.

Timers are often the source of problems.
When that occurs, the oven that is controled by the timer will not work. For the Rangemaster Exel 110, the left hand oven is served by the timer, so this oven should not work too.
In this case, I would test the element in the right hand oven, as I think, it is gone.
When this cooker has an ignitor that works by pressing the knob, then all knobs work like it is one knob. That means, if no sparkplug ignites, then there is a problem with the ignitor or with the wireing.
When there is at least one plug that ignites, then the problem is in the contacts of the other knobs.

The light of the oven is a neon light, that only needs a very small amount of current. I think, that this light is on because of other electric problems. As soon as those problems are solved, the oven lamp will work again as it should.

I wish you a wonderfull weekend and a lot of succes, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

hello Terry,

it is not to difficult.
I tried to download a picture here, but that does not work.
On this link, you can see how they look like:


Here you have the complete unit. This unit is connected at the bottem of the oven with 2 screws. You need also to disconnect the small gaspipe. Then you can remove the whole item.
When that is done you easyly can remove and replace the ffd.
I wish you succes.

Kind regards, Di

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Fixya is unable to identify parts sources.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018

more than likely it is a bad thermocouple.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Nov 23, 2017

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