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Re: CLOCK & OVEN PROBLEM
How Ironic, we have a Moffat Discovery and exactly the same thing has happend, so we are waiting for a new Zanussi to be delivered.
As the clock timer is linked to the oven it will not light when the clock has broken.
Temporary solutions: So I turned all the electricity to the cooker off and left it a while, when I turned it on still the same problem, but after about 2 hours it comes back on, works for a couple of days then goes off again, (always seems to go out when my missus is planning to cook, so wondering if she' got something to do with it, don't tell her I said that though)
Now trying to switch the clock setting to stop or manual, and when it goes off i'll try and see if the oven lights,
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You do not need the clock I removed it and wired the oven direct.The wires are easy to get at when the front panel is removed. If you look at the manuals on line they will guide you with the correct wires to use
When you say board I assume you mean the electronic clock/timer. This timer directly affects the oven operation. Even if the internal oven fuse is blown or the thermal overload is tripped the electronic timer and oven light will always work. If the oven light works and the electronic timer/clock does not I'd say that the timer/clock is faulty.
My Smeg oven will not work either. All I get is an "A" on the display, the clock has disappeared and as a result the oven won't come on. I see from other postings here I can bypass the clock so that the oven works again - can anyone advise how I do this?
it sounds like the clock on the oven has been adjusted, if the clock has been adjust the fan will continue to "Cool Down" the oven for the period set on the clock, it is also a possibility tht the clock is faulty, is the clock digital or Analouge
turn of at mains, wait 5 mins and turn back on then consult your handbook to set clock. i suspect you have the oven on automatic by mistake.
if this don't work, you may have a problem with the clock itself. you can bypass the clock by connecting together the two contacts adjacent to the clock relay