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Belling oven & grill not
hi you dont mention the model but all bellings have a thermal cut out (Limpet stat) the formats have one on the right hand side . remove the side panel to get to it . other models may be at the back, Also can be under the hotplates if freestanding cooker. look for a button sized cylinder 15mm dia 10mm deep with 2 wires connected. or follow a common wire back from the elements( one of them will go there).
11/20/2010 2:38:02 PM •
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I have a synergie multi
If there was a power cut then try to unplug the oven for
around 15 minutes, if the issue returns after you have plugged back the oven
then the power board should be replaced as that is bad and causing this issue. Hope
this helps...please post back for further assistance.
Oven is making a dreadfull knocking, banging,
if the fan is making noise it means that the blades from the fan are damaged or bent and this cause the banging ..Take a look and see if you can straight it back ...or maybe the cover protection is bent or deformed by the heat ..anyway if the fan is spinning it means that the basic function is ok ..and all you have to work is for to avoid the blades touching the side or the cover ..(if it has...)
or ...you can get a new fan and change it ..and will be like new..
Another suggestion is to disconnect the fan ..but this will cause difference in the reading of the temperature ..and if you are used to cook by the temperature...this will kinda mess things until you get used with the new temps..
Bottom oven is not getting hot
If the fan is working o/k, then you need to replace the oven element, located at the rear of the oven compartment, behind a removeable cover.
I have recently purchased a
This is type of problem could occur due to
1)Dirty spark electrode.so it is fluctuating gas supply nearest the electrode.
2)Weak ignitor will also cause this problem.Use amp clamp to test see weather the amps reaches above >3.0.
3)The slow and erratic operation of the gas valve will be cause,check Shutoff Valves and other valves more in depth for blockage.Since you say its used caravan.The valves will basically have lot of blocks.
4)Clean the burner holes.
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9/3/2010 2:23:56 AM •
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The oven stopped working so I replaced the oven
Re:The oven stopped working so I replaced the oven element (ES101150)
successfully. Now a year later the grill has stopped working so I
replaced the grill element (ES548158).
The first success had been a lucky dip. before replacing an element you have to read Ohms at element, if reads infinity (open) replace it, if not, read volts coming from timer board.
Re:Now the fan, the oven, the light and the grill all don\'t work but the timer still works. Is there an internal fuse somewhere ?
There is no fuse. Depending on the country of use, the power cord may be fused, but if the timer is working, that is not the problem.
The grill element should be a double element in this model. Grab the old grill element and read Ohms, to find out if the old one was open. If one of the elements was open, then the element was bad. If it was not , then there was a different problem causing no heat. The circuit comes from timer board, passes through temperature sensor and powers fan and element. The job is done reading Ohms to find out if there is an open in wiring to grill, and if there is none, reading Volts at OEC (oven timer) contacts to find out if timer is working (timer is expensive).
Parts for this oven are scarcely available from third party, better ordering from manufacturer through the number listed on the owners manual.
How do you reset clock
Thanks for using FixYa. Unplug the unit for 15-30
minutes, if still wont work then you’ll have to take the back off and check
there is a red button just press that to reset the controls, if still it wont
work then you’ll have to replace the electronic control board. Please do accept
the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.
9/8/2010 12:04:50 PM •
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My Belling oven has no heat, but the fan &
If the fan is working o/k, then there is little doubt that the oven element has failed.
This is quite common with fan assisted ovens.
The element is usually located at the rear of the oven compartment behind a removeable cover.
Belling built in fan oven (XOU60FP)is overheating
Have same problem, I am repairing our 648HM double oven. Top oven overheats. I am an electronics engineer. I found that top oven fan has failed, this is the first thing to replace. The grill element also failed which maybe due to the overheating oven. NIGEL
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