20 Most Recent Rangemaster Toledo 90 (Dual Fuel) Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range Questions & Answers


HOLD THE FIRST TWO BUTTON SON THE LEFT IN (BELL AND A STEAMING POT) FOR TEN SECS. THEN LET GO AND PRESS +. THE CLOCK WILL RESET AND ALL WILL BE WELL.. D XX

Rangemaster... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019


Hello Angela,

does your cooker looks like this one?


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Then one of the very small buttons should be for the ignition.
To replace that, you need to remove the control board, as they are screwed at the back.
So work for an engineer.

But I know a much easier way.

Clean your button with brake cleaner, or thinner or something like that.
Try to find the cheapest spray can with silverpaint.
Be shure that you have covered all the parts that you do not want to be sprayed and only spray that part of the button that needs to be silver.

Every one will tell you that you are an Expert.

Good luck with it, Dik

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 05, 2018


No not if it has never had one fitted by the manufacturer as it wont have a safety device fitted to close the gas supply in the advent that the lid is closed while a burner is still a light which would shatter the safety glass and cause injury to the user. Some glass lidded cookers where imported to England when i was an apprentice gas engineer and no safety device fitted and the lids exploded and where soon made illegal.

Rangemaster... | Answered on May 08, 2015


I used to have the same range with 2 electric ovens, but it is available with the lower large oven on gas and the tall oven electric.

The manual for theToledo with tall electric and large gas oven can be found here:

http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/Siteimages/Site_311/BigMedia/Toledo90Gas.pdf

The manual for theToledo with both electric ovens can be found here:

http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/media/575792/toledo%2090%20dual%20fuel.pdf

The main product page for the toledo 90 can be found here:

http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/range-cooking/toledo-90.aspx

Rangemaster... | Answered on May 07, 2015


This job is for qualified person. Is not recomadet to doit yourself.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Mar 30, 2014


I had a book written for you and remembered something basic I learned in electronics school and had to delete it all. Sigh. So with a smile I start all over and hopefully make this short.
Are you certain there is a belt?
Let's assume there is. A belt means a motor is spinning the belt which is spinning another pulley or "wheel". You could be correct that the belt needs to be changed. They stretch over time causing slippage. That is one way you hear "squeak". The other way which I hate and am dealing with on my car right now is the pulley or pulley's themselves.
If you don't have a belt then your motor is directly running your fan. That means the "squeal" is coming from the pulley's bearings. Most fans I have seen come pre greased from the manufacturer and are not made with a hole to squirt a little inside. They are designed with an expected lifespan. That's another story though.
The bearings get too dry and they begin to, well, drag. That drag is the squeal you hear. Your warning sign that pretty soon they are going to stop dragging and just dry up and stop rolling completely. When that happens you may turn your fan on and hear a hum but the fan doesn't work. To simplify this for everyone, the ball bearings inside no longer roll so the fan no longer spins.
You may have a belt and two pulley's (or more like in a car) and have a good belt but a bad pulley. Most people throw away the product thinking it is no longer useable when all that is needed is to loosen a single screw in the middle of the pulley and replacing it with it's exact make giving the device another jillion years of use.
Now for the conclusion. If you find that the pulley is the problem, go ahead and change that belt that has never been changed to save yourself from the squeal you will hear from that new strong pulley making that loose belt squeal.
One last thing. Check by seeing if it wobbles when turned on or feels loose and slightly wobbly when turned by hand, with it turned off of course. Good luck.

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 05, 2014


Model number?

Rangemaster... | Answered on Jan 24, 2013

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