Rangemaster 110 (Dual Fuel) Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Hi Andy,

it looks like you are talking about the "wire" that belongs to the thermostat. Follow the wire and you will find that the other end is in the oven. This is not a commom wire, but it is hollow.
the link below shows you what I mean.
I hope this will help you.
Kind regards, Dik
Oven Thermostats Help Advice Fitting

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Feb 27, 2018 | 255 views


Hi,,
this cooker has 7 burners, one of them is a wokburner.
You can buy complete sets:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RANGEMASTER-110-Hob-Oven-Jet-Nozzle-Liquid-Propane-Gas-LPG-Conversion-Kit/202177987194?epid=571965912&hash=item2f12bf427a:g:3HYAAOSwoVNZ5yaD

These jets can be changed easily with a 7 mm wrench.

Succes, Dik

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018 | 65 views


Is there any sort of fan in there - could be some blades hitting surrounding.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Sep 14, 2017 | 50 views


Yes. Use your model number and call a parts supplier, they can help you find the right piece of insulation... Range Stove Oven Insulation WPW10208653

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on May 13, 2016 | 81 views


Hope this helps with your dual fuel version 3 weeks on and working perfectly! Rangemaster 110. Ovens not lighting due to faulty auto/clock. FIXED! Our clock /timer kept flashing and would not reset
Someone, somewhere on the internet had the solution to my problem but I can't find the link again to thank them! If you don't mind losing the clock/timer auto function this is for you and it's free! Just takes a bit of time.
Basically you need to lift/open up the LH &RH hobs to get at the wires behind the clock. You should see 2 blue(neutral) wires coming directly from the back of the clock. Pull them out and connect together - should be easy to click them together. Then the ovens will light - but you will lose the auto/clock/timer functions. We only used the timer so not a big issue. We didn't take the control panel off but we did take ages to unscrew the hobs etc Probably took us about 2 hours going back to instruction manual we found on internet and trying to work it out but I think we've saved a lot in not replacing the unit with the usual call out charges. We made sure electrical supply was switched off and just took our time. Really chuffed!
Comment by tinling, posted on Nov 06, 2008 http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/Siteimages/Site_311/BigMedia/RM110Gas_04_06.pdf

This should allow you to see the instruction manual for the 110. There was another one somewhere showing a diagram of how to link the 2 blue wires at the back of the clock but I can't find it again! By the way our cooker is 10 years old so maybe different from newer models. We didn't have to take of the front control panel we accessed everything by lifting up the hobs to get behind the clock/timer.

Hope this helps! Ovens still working just got to go and buy a wee timer.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Nov 22, 2017 | 13,305 views


clean the points and check the battery terminals as well as checking the spark plugs and fuel/carburettor and fuel lines.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Jun 12, 2014 | 63 views


Needs new fam assembly.We can supply parts if req.woolleysltd@yahoo.co.uk

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Oct 25, 2013 | 303 views


Hi what gas are you using? is the appliance suited to the gas, it seems as tho the appliance is jetted for LP gas & you are trying to run it on Natural gas

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Oct 22, 2013 | 93 views


What is the model number of the unit?

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Nov 13, 2012 | 294 views


Look inside the doors.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Nov 06, 2012 | 113 views


Most likely cause is food on the burner or down inside the burner holes or possibly in the gas tube that feeds gas to your burner.

If it were mine Id take off the burner and gas feed tube going to it and clean them out with soap and water and get a small drill bit about the same size or a little smaller than the holes that are around the burner and push it through the holes by hand and rotate them by hand in the little holes and verify they are clean and unobstructed.If its a light weight burner like aluminum DO NOT Put the drill bit in a drill and drill the holes out, Some burners are so thin and cheep you could easily drill an extra unwanted hole in the back of the burner.If its a heavy duty cast iron burner you could use a drill if you are very carefull .there could possibly be greese or something inside the burner itself ,try to clean it out if possible.Some times insects like a small house spider will make a web or cacoon or something in there if you dont use it very often.

So after cleaning the burner ( inside and out) , and the gas tube,with soap and water, you dry it off with a clean cloth . If you have access to an air compressor with a blow tip, you would thoroughly blow out each hole on the burner ,and front and back of every other nook and crany or hole there is very thouroughly .After all that reasemble itand try it out. If thats not the problem then I dont know what it could be unless some how your gas supply is getting contaminated with something else before it gets to your stove . If this would be the case then all your gas burners will burn black. If it is only one burner that burns black then there has to be something wrong with that specific burner or gas supply tube going to the burner. Good luck with it ,Sincerely, Keith

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Sep 05, 2012 | 235 views


It sounds like you may have a wire or connection that has become grounded. Unplug it, and if you have the know how and ability, dig into it and see if you can find any evidence of it (burnt smell, blackened/melted wire insulator.) Above all, keep it unplugged until it can be properly diagnosed.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Aug 23, 2012 | 552 views


the part that you need is the oven ignitor, located nest to the oven burner. that part gets hot to open the gas to the burner, that will make the oven work again.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Jul 30, 2012 | 3,650 views


I know the answer. You ,must set the clock else the oven(s) wont work.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Aug 07, 2014 | 1,801 views


replace fan unit

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Dec 03, 2011 | 350 views


hi i am having trouble with the timer. it just show auto and 00.00 and i can't do anything with it so i can't cook any thing in the oven. if you can give me a solution i will be most greatful.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Sep 25, 2011 | 191 views


Presuming you are in the UK, then you could go to:

http://www.rangemaster-spares.co.uk/cgi-bin/home.pl

You can also get Rangemaster spares through Currys if you go to:

http://www.partmaster.co.uk/cgi-bin/shop.pl?shop=rangemaster

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Jul 19, 2011 | 774 views


It is probably a self cleaning oven. If you turn your knob to this your oven will clean itself. I hope this will help you.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Feb 23, 2011 | 191 views


Hi

I have just had the same problem, the connections just fall off the heater! Waiting for a response from Rangemaster....

cloudbase50

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Jan 11, 2011 | 146 views


Try www.appliancehelponline.com all parts come with installation instructions and have phone support.

Rangemaster 110... | Answered on Sep 17, 2010 | 67 views

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