The fan assisted electric oven on our Classic 110 Dual Fuel cooker has stopped working. I presume the problem lies with the heating element, although I suppose there is a chance it could be a faulty thermostat.
Is the element easily replaced? I am a reasonably competent amateur but obviously don't want to take any risks.
Any advice will be gratefully received!
The fan on my diplomat oven does not spin but the thermostat is working.I have got access to the motor and tried cleaning it.It worked for one day but then it stopped working.Does this mean that i need to replace the motor.
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it seems to me a problem with the timerfunction of the clock.
Clocks are the most source of problems, so when I refurbish a cooker and the timer does not work properly, I shortcut the timer as new clocks are very expensive.
In that case, the clock itself stays working.
For doing this, you need to lift the hob.
BE CAREFULLY, AND BE SURE THERE IS NO TENSION ON THE COOKER
I hope this will help you and I wish you a good weekend and a nice meal with your friends. Dik
I have a Rangemaster and like yours is dual fuel. Gas hob and electric oven. The large oven is fan assisted but the small oven, on the right hand side of the range) is self cleaning and not fan assisted. Hope that helps. http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/sp/rangemaster_classic_110.html
this condensation. and your cooker is removing the moisture in the air in the room. this if not fixed will rust your cooker from the inside out , you will need to fit an extractor fan to your room or if one already fitted get a larger one. or use a dehumidifier
I have no worked on a new world oven, but i will assume you speak of a convection oven.
Typically convection ovens have a door switch a motor and a run/start capacitor which helps the motor "turn over". I suggest, you have the oven cool, remove anything blocking the convection motor. Take your hand and spin the wheel, then while its spinning turn it on. You may have to try counter or clockwise. If you cant spin it at all, you have a bad motor, if the motor starts up with your manual assistance, the capacitor is bad. If there is not even a hum, a door switch is faulty, that or the motor has a thermal overload (usually a red button on the motor that needs resetting).
this noise probably means that the fan is about to stop working, this is what happened to mine. You can easily buy replacement fan off E-bay (it seems easier to find the right fan on e-bay that any of the confusing supplier sites). You then just need to remove the inside oven back and the outside electrical to replace the fan.
Check the voltage at the wall Sounds like you have lost one 120 voltage side
Red to white should read 110-120
black to white should read 110-120
red to black should red 220-240
check at range and at the wall
hope this helps