Question about Rangemaster 110 (Dual Fuel) Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
Main oven switch is broken and have taken apart to replace, removed all wire but thin single (like solder) element wire attached but no connection. Can I cut this to repalce the switch and solder on the new one, or do I need to locate where it finished and repalce this with the switch?
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
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Posted on Feb 27, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oven will not respond
try pressing the oven regulator knob for a while 3 to 5 seconds on ignition its a safty thing so kids cannot gas themselves all cookers have them. you have to hold it in.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: Rangemaster 110
Reading the user manual, it states that the flame initially comes on low, until it is "sensed" by the flame sensing device. This to me sounds suspiciously like the flame isn't being sensed and so never gets increased to the normal level.
I've not had time for a proper look at it.... but from a quick glance this morning this looked like a "flame rectifier" probe next to my burner (as we commonly use in boilers to sense if the gas burner is lit). This is just a metal probe. They send a high-ish AC voltage signal (Sine wave) from it, through the flame, to the earthed metal case. The flame acts like a diode (yes it really does work !) and simple electronics detects the change in the applied signal (rectified) due to the flame. I know from personal experience they (the probes) get coated with crud (carbon, etc) and need a good clean. I suggest you try cleaning both it and the metal area opposite it. If necessary the probes metal tip could be GENTLY rubbed with very fine Emmery cloth, etc, if badly coated.
Other than that, if it is sensing the flame, then it must be the gas control device (solenoid valve ?) that is jammed, blocked or just defective.
Posted on May 19, 2009
I could copy my handbook of the Users Guide for a Rangemaster 110 Gas appliance if you wish and send it on to you, if that would help.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
the flame safety device need replacing (FFD)... this lets the full gas through when flame is sensed... safety 1st as a gas engineer will be required..
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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