Hello My name is Ian ~ I am not on the site constantly so please be patient whilst waiting for responses to you queries
Can you let me have the model number and serial number and I will have a look for you ~ Ian
Could you confirm that you have no display being shown ~ have you had a recent power cut or the electric switched off to the oven?
OK if you can give me the model number I will look out the wiring diagram
OK thanks how handy are you with a screwdriver? and have you any electrical experience/test equipment?
OK let me explain how the electric goes around ~ power is supplied to a connector plug at the back of the oven, it then separates out and in your case with the main oven the supply goes to the timer, there are four wires connected a live and a neutral and then a live in and live out that is switched by a relay on the timer. Once it has passed thro the timer it goes to a switch and then finally thro a thermostat that now controls the temperature of the oven. You will have to get the oven out and locate the timer, likely having to take a cover off you then need to see if you have continuity from the connector at the back to this timer. Before you do this and with the electric off check that no contacts have been burned off or parts of the timer melted. ~ I have to go out and finish my afternoons work but I have offered you an additional service option which lists my phone number and I can talk you thro or else I will be back at 5pm and we can continue with the fault finding ~ Ian
OK that fine see you later ~ Ian
Sorry for the delay Ive been driving across the UK to Liverpool - yes the relay is rectangular - what you need to do is find out if you have power ie 220-240 at two of the four contacts they are usually grouped together in a pair so power of and check each pair in turn, if you have power to a pair the other pair are the switch pair. If you have power at the timer but no display then the timer is faulty and you will have to replace it ~ Ian
OK set the multimeter to voltage ac may be down as v~ if its not auto ranging then select the range likely 300v or perhaps 600v, with the power off connect the probe one to each of the selected pair wires
Hi Karl, No worries sorry we couldn't finish this together, if you could just rate my service I would be grateful, it lets me shut down the job off the system ~ kind regards ~ Ian
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