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I have a Baumatic Oven, Model OSF60OVEN. Ser. no. 651249041597. My

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I have a Baumatic Oven, Model OSF60OVEN. Ser. no. 651249041597.
My electricity was switched off yesterday whilst some work was done. When the power was restored the oven display came on flashing as is usual. I followed the instruction manual order for re-setting the time, press manual switch and us + or - buttons to set the time desired, this I did.
The time set properly but when I went to use the oven it would not turn on and no fan noise can be heard. It does not work on any settings although I can set up Auto on/off times the oven does not heat up.
I have access to a multi-meter but not sure how to use it to test things.
I have removed the oven from the housing. I am confident that if the fault can be identified that I can remove the part and replace it safely
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Dales-Electronic replied 2 years ago.
Dales-Electronic :

Hello My name is Ian ~ I am not on the site constantly so please be patient whilst waiting for responses to you queries

Dales-Electronic :

Could you give me an idea of how old the oven is please, as you will be aware Baumatic went in to receivership last year and all further products are now part of the Hoover/Candy group. Ian

Customer:

Hi Ian 2 years old

Dales-Electronic :

OK and how many buttons does the timer have?

Customer:

6

Dales-Electronic :

OK if you press number four can you set the clock and see the manual sign in the display?

Customer:

yes

Dales-Electronic :

OK can you use a multimeter and diy tools?

Customer:

yes I can

Dales-Electronic :

OK you need to take the covers off the top and check around the timer and thermostat area for burnt out wiring, connectors and that the times is actually allowing power through the onboard relays

Dales-Electronic :

typo 'timer' not times

Customer:

ok will do that now. back soon as

Dales-Electronic :

OK

Customer:

Hi Ian.

Customer:

Every time I go onto any power connections to test them the fuse trips.

Customer:

I have mm set up as follows..... black lead in com.

Customer:

red lead in 10A.

Customer:

display set on v250 am I doing something wrong?

Customer:

Hi Ian I have decided to cut my losses and buy a new one

Customer:

thanks for your input

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