The led display on the front of the cooker has stopped working. Everything else is fine. I'm guessing a fuse might have gone or the bulb itself - but I cannot see how to access the LED panel. Can you help?
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Re: LED display stopped working
Hi!!! your clock or control board has malfuction.You can get access from the back of the unit pull the unit out and look at the back remove the screws..Your control board clock board went bad..Good luck..
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When the timer, clock etc didn't light up my oven stopped working. Replaced the clock display unit and all is now fine. A simple switch over just remove one wire at a time and place it on the new unit, the only difficult part was gaining access to remove the display unit itself.
The grill element should not 'blow' by just touching it - it should be earthed. The elements do gradually disintegrate over time & the inside wire element either fractures or touches the element casing causing the mains to trip. Sometimes this makes it trip just once & then stops working. Replace the element - not usually any fuse in circuit with this. Often held in by 2 screws adjacent to the element at back of oven and conections via Fast-ons- Rick
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The LED display uses low voltage input, often a connection problem causes the display to stop working, check wiring carefuly, as small light connectors is used. If all wiring connections look and feel secure, you have to dig deeper, a multimeter would be handy, to measure input voltage, but a level of understanding electrics or even better electronics would be required. If unsuccessful referr to whitegoods.co.uk for a replacement you will need the model and serial numbers to check for the correct part.
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Sounds like the fan motor has failed altogether, and as a result the oven element has probably blown again due to overheating of the element.A ew fan and element is more than likely going to be needed to correct the problem.
oven will not heat up. microwave works fine. alloven will not heat up. microwave works fine. all the led light up fine. was working fine for the last 4 years. oven will not heat up. microwave works fine. all the led light up fine. was working fine for the last 4 years. checked the circuit breaker and it is fine. is there a thermal fuse i can check. where is it located