Grill has worked great for 10 years then ine day nothing happens. When we turn it on ..nothing. If you turn the dial a little to the on position the indicator s light faintly but no heat is produced. Is this an easy fix or something I need a rear person for? If it is a energy regulator or something of that naure I could replace it I just don't know where to begin. I have taken the stove apart to look inside and it seems very simple but no wires were loose or any quick fix, it just didn't seem to make sense.
The heating elements have burn out. I had the same thing happen 3 times and am now looking for replacement elements for mine--- mine was installed in 1995. Anyone know where replacement elements can be found?
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Could be the door interlock or simply there is no water entering the machine. Check water supply and also the vales inside the machine . the solenoids should buzz nd hum a little if they are energised but could still be blocked ???
Do you have 2 trippers on the dial?-- one marked 'on' and the other 'off' ? Each of these little trippers has a different cam (or bump) on them-- positioned to catch the lever that actuates the switch, and either move it to 'ON'- or to the 'OFF' position.
Can you remove the trippers, and check, (compare them side by side)- Do they have different shaped cams.. (or bumps)?
So the 'ON' tripper might be set (say for example) for 5 AM and the OFF tripper might be set for 10 PM--- and each 24 hours, as the dial rotates once a day,-- each of those bumps catch the lever, and gradually move the lever either to 'ON' or then (at 10 PM-- say) to Off. Repeating every day.
What is happening with yours?-- and what do the Cams look like?
Let us know what you find, and we can go from there
On vacuum operated systems: The dial temp switch or vacuum motor is defective. You may have a vacuum leak or loose vacuum hose connection.
On electrically operated systems: The dial temp switch, electric door position motor, blend door position sensor, photo diode sunload sensor or the ATC control module is defective. Check for loose wires at connection points on the motor.
Hello. What the problem is a part in the cooktop that opens to let gas flow to the knobs as soon as they are turned on is bad and no gas coming to surface unit burners. This a safety feature that the German goverment(where Gaggenau is made) requires that part to prevent a gas leak when cooktop is off.
Hi, You are NOT DUMB. Believe me, It has happened to every person I know that has an oven with one of those timers. It has happened to me and I am trained as a professional technician. Why, it even says here I am a Guru. The day your problem first stumped me, I didn't feel like I was a Guru. There are several variations to those timers so I will try to cover all of the bases. If the clock has three dials, two small ones and 1 big one. Turn one of the the pointers of the two small dials to the same direction as the other. You will hear a clicking sound. Alternately push each one and then try the oven. On the Fridgidaire, if my memory serves me correctly, there is a small know that is for time bake. It has a spot on it opposite the Zero that should say "MAN" OR "MANUAL". The that timer pointer to that position. See if that works. Please let me know what happened. Best Regards, The dumb guru, Mark