Question about Hotpoint RA520 Electric Kitchen Range
I think, your oven is controled by a timer?
If so, there is a problem with the timer. Timers are often source of problems. When I refurbish a cooker and tghe timer is gone, I never replace it. They are very costly.
You can bypass the timer. When you google on "bypass the oven timer" you can find solutions.
WHEN YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THIS KIND OF WORK, THEN LEAVE IT TO A QUALIFIED ENGINEER.
The link I sent you is just for information. Succes, Dik
Well found you when tried to bypass my timer too For
Posted on Feb 20, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check you outlet make sure it has 240 volts coming out. it might be your house breaker 1 side bad it is a breaker with 2 points in it 1 side will work and give you 120 volts but the other side is burned out you need both points in contact to give you 240 volts good luck and make sure you use a volt tester you can buy at any hardware
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
Thanks for the reply.
OK... I know this sounds odd and all... but all of the components (elements in the oven specifically) have to be installed and working correctly for the oven to operate properly.
Most people don't know this, but even when the oven is turned off and sitting there peacefully waiting for something to cook, there is STILL 120 Volts at one of the terminals on the element. Know what that means? That means that it is constantly (always) powered up! It also means that it is a necessary component involved in applying 220 volts to all the OTHER (cook top burners anyone?) components.
So... to take care of this and to bring you oven (and cook top) back to life, ya gotta go get yourself a new element and install it. OK?
Do you have the model number? If you do, give it to me and I'll look up the part number for you, deal?
Posted on May 18, 2009
Is there any sign of life? Does the oven light come on or does the clock work? Just for kicks, go and reset the breaker - it should be a double breaker for a 220V appliance - sometimes half will throw and still leave 110v that will run the light / clock.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Did this solve the problem I have the same problem
The surface burner light goes on but the burners only get
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
you will need to replace the control board that contains the clock readout,any power surges ruins these electronics instantly,this can be replaced by removing the rear cover on the back of the unit and remove screws securing the electronic module
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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