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buy a pack of 2 oven shelf guards from lakeland 10.99. cut them in half and slide onto the ends of the 2 shelves. works perfectly.

Smeg SUK91MFX5... | Answered on Nov 13, 2011

Hi, Did you find a solution to this problem? As i have the same thing happening to mine.

Smeg SUK91MFX5... | Answered on Oct 26, 2011

Yes this is a sign to clean the filters. Once they have been cleaned, it can be reset by pushing 2 buttons together at the same time - I just tried several combinations until they stopped flashing.

Smeg KS9XSE... | Answered on Oct 12, 2011

It's a simple unit: a motor powered by a simple control board, powered thru a cable. To locate the fault you will have to dismantle the front end: remove the bottom cover, the filters, unscrew the baffle and the board will be accessible. Now check the continuity of the power cable, the contacts on the board (they might be corroded) and the power buttons.

Smeg KSED65X-1... | Answered on Aug 30, 2011

Our stove will not grill

Smeg SUK91MFX5... | Answered on Aug 28, 2011

A couple of possibilities; oven thermocouple failure or the igniter is dead. If the latter has failed preventing the initial ignition, the thermocouple will shut down the gas supply quite rapidly.

Smeg A1A.1 Gas... | Answered on Aug 08, 2011

Yes, you should have no problem taking it to your new location here in the U.S.

As long as there is a gas hookup in your new place then you can attach it right up.

You might have to get the gas company to turn the gas on if it's not already, or you may need them to run a gas line into your kitchen for you, but these are easy things to have done.

Oh, and don't forget to make sure you have an acceptable outlet behind where the cooker is going to be at, that way it can be plugged in for all the features to work properly.

I hope you get it here ok, and that you get it hooked up with little problem.

Good luck to you, Lori, and have a nice day.

Smeg A3 Gas... | Answered on May 05, 2011

Just had the same thing after cleaning the oven. Mostlikely, the upper hinge on the left side of the oven door is out of alignment and not hitting the switch. Take the door off and gently bend the upper arm of the hinge inward and it should hit the switch. Otherwise, take of the left side panel (really easy, 6 screws) and you can see for yourself how the upper arm of the hinge hits/ should hit the swithch.

Smeg SUK61MFX... | Answered on Mar 14, 2011

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