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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

The timer electric fan has inside a power regulator, a TRIAC (double SCR) in series with a potentiometer. You regulate the power with the axis of the potentiometer. When the axis is wet you get an electrical shock when you touch the potentiometer. Replace the power regulator please.

Ovens | Answered on Jul 10, 2020

go on line for finesse sewing machine and down load the repair manual for your machine.

Ovens | Answered on Jul 05, 2020

I have the same problem with a Kenmore oven. Looks like the oven walls have bent outward.

Ovens | Answered on Jul 01, 2020

Look for an online appliance parts store. there are several and usually quiet helpful.

Ovens | Answered on Jun 29, 2020


Info on Parmco 5-function OV-1-6W-5 oven switch selectors ZX-851 and XPO33301060

I've written up my experience changing the Parmco 5-function oven switch selector here in case it helps anyone:


on Jun 25, 2020 | Ovens

Unknown if this link will help you fix it.


Quoting from link: F34 Supply voltage under 170V - electric mains error

Ovens | Answered on Jun 22, 2020

Either the new element is a dud or power isn't reaching it and that is simple to test with your handy multimeter.

If power is reaching the element it is a dud and if it isn't, there is a problem further back in the circuit.

When an element fails it isn't unusual for it to cause a power surge; an almost short circuit with the ground and while the big old fashioned mechanical switches would cope, modern electronic switching might not.

Ovens | Answered on Jun 21, 2020

If you can see the Comment menu choice, please add the manufacturer and model to your question, or if necessary, post another question.

Example of result of searching the internet using https://www.google.com


Ovens | Answered on Jun 12, 2020

You will need someone to open and replace faulty part or parts, and since this is an online only site, even the purchase of replacement parts will be an issue for you. I am sorry to inform you, but it will be likely that you need to purchase a new oven if you haven't found someone to repair it.

FIXYA tends to be for do it yourself repairs and questions, and when I searched the internet for information I only saw the following video showing a technician unscrewing parts, but really not providing enough help to assist you. Unfortunately, you will be faced with paying a repair technician or purchasing a new oven.

Video: https://appliances.wonderhowto.com/how-to/replace-fan-oven-element-belling-cooker-261386/

Ovens | Answered on Jun 12, 2020

Hi Toegieda,

Did you come right?
I have the same oven, contact me so we can exchange solutions

Ovens | Answered on Jun 10, 2020

Do you have make and model of the oven?
Do a google search for term
manual make and model of oven

Ovens | Answered on May 31, 2020

I went to the website:


from page 8
Turn the knob to the left until a tone is heard and "time" appears in the display window. The previously set time will appear in the display window.

Continue turning the time knob in either direction until the correct time of day appears in the display window

Press the START button to begin clock operation

Ovens | Answered on May 30, 2020

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