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See if the La Germania manual I posted on a ggogle drive will help you:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dYHsPsU-_WZ71kR4nLobiv7thY-lJV2t?usp=sharing

Ovens | Answered on Sep 26, 2020


So I found the service manual for this model.

https://www.rational-online.com/media/downloads/en-gb/manuals/rational-original-operation-manual-cmp-en-gb.pdf

The list of codes is on page 105. Code E34 is simply listed as contact customer service. Which is not really all that helpful in diagnosing the problem. Have you tried to reset the oven? Disconnect the power cord for 2-3 minutes and trying again? If this doesn't work, given the general code, you should call the customer service number in the manual.
Hope this helps.

Ovens | Answered on Sep 22, 2020


What kind of brand of oven that you are using? There are two types where you can you can use your broiler.
*Low Broil: There are 2 broil elements. In low broil only the inner element is on.
*
High Broil: There are 2 broil elements. In high broil both the inner and outer are on.

Ovens | Answered on Sep 20, 2020


At the back of the instruction book should be the contact details for Argos customer service.

The products sold under the Cookworks range are made by various manufacturers for Argos, it's one of their own brands.

Ovens | Answered on Sep 19, 2020


The oven is probably in auto mode, reprogram the timer for manual operation normaly symbolised by a image of a hand

Ovens | Answered on Sep 15, 2020


other than checking the door seal itself, make sure its intact and door closes properly. make sure door' doesnt spring back open after closing does the opening along sid look to be even all the way up the side. maybe the oven door opens more than 90 degrees?? if it does id look into replacing the door hinges

Ovens | Answered on Sep 03, 2020


F5 error code relates to a outdoor fan speed malfunctioning. This can be caused by a faulty outdoor mother board or a defective outdoor fan motor

Ovens | Answered on Aug 30, 2020


Unfortunately, the F76 code means that the control panel/keypad could be faulty for some GE-manufactured ovens. Since the keypad and control board are sold as a single unit, it's not the cheapest fix. Try disconnecting the power to the oven (unplug or trip the circuit breaker) for at least a minute. Sometimes a longer period (5 minutes+) without power helps reset the error code. If the error returns, please add a comment with the model number of the oven. I may be able to find a parts list for you.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Ovens | Answered on Aug 23, 2020


Hi, you have to switch off the machine for some minutes. After restarting push the "SET" and "OK" together and you will get the service menu, where you have to change "EUR" to "EURN".
If the service menu doesn't activated you have to remove the calbe of display from control unit for some minutes and restart again.

Ovens | Answered on Aug 19, 2020


Did you ever find your parts? I have the same need today (8/17/29). [email protected] Todd

Ovens | Answered on Aug 17, 2020


After a power surge or a power outage that resulted in a surge, voltage spike or transient there is almost always going to be damage to electronic circuitry somewhere in the household, especially to electronics using highly sensitive cmos computer chips, especially when additional surge protection hasn't been provided.

These days such computer chips are found in just about every tv, radio, washing machine, fridge, microwave oven - in fact in a modern household there is hardly any appliance or device that doesn't contain such electronics. A surge or spike in the supply often damages circuitry but doesn't immediately render it useless but weakens the components so early failure is likely but not so soon the power surge is fresh in the memory...

There might be an internal fuse that has failed or the fault might be more serious but only removing covers and checking the circuit with a multimeter will reveal the fault.

Ovens | Answered on Aug 09, 2020


please download your exact ariston c 34s G1 x ex model user manual as under:

http://www.downloadbooklets.com/booklets/searchBooklet.do;jsessionid=D853DE5228C47CD663A9DB6F6CA04067

Ovens | Answered on Aug 03, 2020


if you are using the correct globe ( not one from a hard ware shop but one from the dealer ) the blowing is a result of arcing in the socket
get in an electrician to fix the fault

Ovens | Answered on Jul 31, 2020


Hmm, this is harder to find than a snowflake in summer. It is not on the internet. That said, here is the webpage of someone who actually owned one of these 1970's ovens and MIGHT have access to a cookbook. I think these were sold in South Africa.

https://romysommer.blogspot.com/

However, this is a convection oven and so the following might be of help: https://www.amazon.com/Cooking-Convection-Everything-Need-Know/dp/0767915313

Ovens | Answered on Jul 23, 2020


The problem if related to the power outage might be due to a surge that damaged the electronics. In most cases pressing the cancel button is supposed to reset the alarm. If you could post the model number it would help.

Ovens | Answered on Jul 22, 2020

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