I could not find any listing for this product. I hope you can help.
I believe the above product was made by a company named Southcorp Whitegoods, Australia.
I believe our convection oven/broiler has electronic ignition which appears to no longer be working:
When it functioned, I would twist one dial to "low" setting and then twist the temperature dial to the desired degress. The unit would begin to click and a flame would be generated from the broiler area which rose to the oven area and we could cook without a problem.
Now, I do the same and there is no clicking, no flame, but a slight odor of gas. Of course, I turn the unit off immediately then.
I have 3 questions:
1. Any idea of what the problem might be?
2. If it is the ignitor, is there a work-around to light the unit. I've tried manually lighting what appears to be the electronic ignition to no avail.
3. Could the broken mechanism (ingitor?)for such a rare oven possibly be replaced?
Any direction is appreciated.
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Re: integra fan convection - rsa regency
You might be able to just clean the ignitor to get it working again. Take it out and give it a good cleaning. If that doesn't work then it could be your spark module. If it is your spark module it will have to be replaced.
I have replaced spark modules and ignitors of ovens or ranges that you can no longer get parts for with whirlpool modules and ignitors. There are basically two types, just make sure you get the same type. One type , typically used by GE uses a continous ignitor that glows when it works, and Whirlpool (on most models) uses the spark module and ignitor that makes the clicking sound like your oven did for ignition.
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The fan is for air circulation regulation, e.g. preventing steam (and smoke) from building up inside, and also stops air pressure from building up inside so you won't get a blast of steam coming out or worse. On the convection side it heats the food faster and more evenly. You will need to replace the fan assembly to keep the microwave safe. the noise and sparks are probably due to spent bearings and / or a dislodged fan scraping against another surface or something getting in the way of the fan
Hello I´ve repaired a couple of ACE208 with hot message in the display. The problem is in the convection fan located on the back of the oven cavity, turn the oven on and quickly open the door and look inside to see if the fan is spinning (slowing down, the fan stopps when you open the door but you can see it slowing down) if it is not spinning the supporting screws of the fan sometimes loosen up causing the fan to hit the oven walls preventing the fan to spin freely -probably before the problem started to happen you could hear a loud noise- the fan can´t move the air throgh the warming elements causing them to overheat hence the hot message. The fan motor rarely fails so all you need to do is remove the stainless steel cover and the back black cover and tighten the mounting screws of the convection fan and clean it if it´s dirty.
Hope this helps, both the ovens with hot message I have repaired get the green tag just by doing this or replacing the motor, I have no knowledge of other problems that may cause this.
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This is a problem in one of the damper-related components, most likely the switch, but it may also be the motor or the damper door.
The damper is a door located on the right side of the innards. The damper closes and opens depending on cooking mode.
If you or a friend decide to work on it, we have *critical* safety, disassembly, and troubleshooting info at our site, which is linked at our listing here on FixYa: http://tinyurl.com/yzjozk
You can find an exploded view by entering your model number here: http://www3.sears.com
You can order parts from Tritronincs at http://www.wehaveparts.com