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I can only guess but I would expect that to be normal. I would assume it will come on when the heat is on and off when the heat is off. This would be controled by the oven thermostat.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Mar 10, 2016

Induction stovetops wont heat until a metal pot is put on top of the element. They work through electromagnetism. These tops wont work with glass or aluminium pots. They have to be steel.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Oct 03, 2015

Non compliance of a product is usually because the Gas Board, Gas Regulators, Government Agency, etc have determined that the unit is unsafe to use under certain conditions. I have no idea why yours doesnt comply but it would be something to do with safe operation. In Australia for instance, any gas appliance sold here, must meet AGA requirements and have an AGA Approval decal on it with an authority number. The oven you have probably doesnt carry a Government approval and this would make it illegal for a Gas Tech to instal it. I would suggest you contact the supplier for more information. It is strange though that they would be allowed to sell a unit that doesnt comply.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Oct 03, 2015

Hi Ed
Being a range hood & subjected to cooking fats etc. It might be gummied up around the fan and just require cleaning!
But.... you said it was humming and there is a capacitor close by.
Then it's probably an induction motor thats not getting kick started by the Cap. While it's humming, use a finger (or stick) to push start in one direction or try other direction. If it spins up and stays going.... you've found the problem. The Cap is not kick starting in the right direction. Remove the Cap (with AC Disconnected) and check the values to get a similar replacement.

Good Luck
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Rangemaster... | Answered on Sep 28, 2015

Hello. Normally the ignitors WILL all start sparking--only the burner you've initiated will turn on. All the ignitors are wired together with a harness underneath the cooktop. This harness is connected to a spark module and when you choose whichever burner, it simply energizes the module. Only the burner with gas flowing will ignite. I hope this helps you!

Rangemaster... | Answered on Sep 05, 2015

newmill11 posted a comment suggesting holding down the water button for 5 seconds. Tried it and it worked!

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jun 10, 2015

Your left hand oven is a conventional oven it has two heating elements one at the top and one at the bottom, if one of these is not working then the high temperature cannot be reached.

Rangemaster... | Answered on May 09, 2015

The yellow is a sign of incomplete combustion due to lack of air pre air mixture to the burner mixer tube, which is outside diy and should be looked at by a qualified engineer.

Rangemaster... | Answered on May 08, 2015

John, it sounds like the problem is in the hinges. They are not aligned, even thought the seal has been changed, the door is not seated properly as a result the steam comes out. You will need to readjust the hinges. If this seems out of your comfort zone you may want to call a professional.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015

open the oven, there is a high voltage fuse, replace it for a new one.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014

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