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The clock is not working or the fan oven but the lights still come on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your electronic oven control (clock) has failed. This being a new appliance, it will be covered under warranty. Call the dealer and ask for the manufacturers warranty/customer service phone number or ask if the dealer provides warranty service. You will need to provide them with the Model and Serial number to obtain service, so have this ready when you call. After service is complete, please connect your oven to a quality surge suppression/arrestor device. We recommend these... http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=124911 , they can be found here... http://www.belkin.com/wheretobuy/show.aspx?pid=&targ=19&ttr=3e86a31d-23dd-4b8d-acbf-2adf1ce9ecc0&cid=1
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
SOURCE: rangemaster 110
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.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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
where you clock is the buttons next to it, 2 have a line underneath joining to them both, hold them both down together to stop clock flashing, this will then allow your ovens to work, it's a safety feature on these ovens, and to reset clock keep both buttons held in and use the plus and minus button to set hope this helps Donna
Posted on May 09, 2010
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