Question about Ovens Ovens
I'm glad I'm not the only one either - in the end I bought new buttond from smeg service/parts centre on their website. I took apart the front of the oven and re-seated the clock. I pushed in the new buttons and now its all ok. My problem was that because the clock had mis-lodged the buttons were touching the metal at the front of the oven, and like you when the grill is on the metal gets too hot and melts all the buttons. So the clock has to be in exactly the right place or it will melt the buttons so much that they will not press in...what a bummer!!! :-)
Posted on Jun 15, 2007
Most ovens, unless they have an electric igniter (does it go tick tick tick when plugged in and turned on? If so, it has an electic ignition.) have a pilot light. In order to keep gas from flowing out, and to prevent a possible explosion when the pilot light has gotten put out, they have an electric thermocouple on them that shuts off the gas when it gets cold. Plug the cord back in, and relight your pilot light by holding the lighter (I recommend a fireplace match or bbq lighter, not a cigarette lighter to prevent singed knuckle hairs!) over the thermocouple for a couple of minutes.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
This happened to me on Christmas Day morning & it happened once before. I finally remembered how I fixed it. Push the "Clear" button & then push the "Start" & keep it held in until you see the lock button light up (takes awhile) & then push the "Clear" button again. After I did this the "Clock" worked again - reset the clock to the correct time & push "Start" Then click on "Bake" set your temperature & push "Start". Hope this works for you. It got me out of cooking Christmas Dinner, but I fixed it today!!
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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