digital clock isn't working reading online everything points to a toc ..but where is this located I can't find it anywhere
Ok thanks for that.
Have you removed the back panel yet? As usually the thermal cut out is on the back of the main oven cavity. Look on there to the right hand side and its there. It usually has 2 white wires going to it. You need to test that and see if fault.
Sometimes the insulation on the back of the hides the themal cut out so makes it harder to see.
If you still cannot find in then post a picture of the back of the oven and i will try and mark it on there for you.
I have ordered the part with the 2 wires a d have pulled the insulation out of the way and there is no sign of any thermostat ..how do I gain access to the clock as apparently you can bypass the clock
I will on Wednesday it's my sisters cooker and like an idiot I said I could do.it ..big mistake ..how do I remove the hob so I can check everything else when I go back round
Ok will be back Wednesday
Still can't find the thermostat anywhere on this cooker
Ok are you able to take a picture of the back ooven and post the picture on here please.
The thermal overload cut out that I ordered should be connected directly to the digital clock but all I have is a white wire going from the temperature control to the clock ..This oven was in the house already when moved in ..could it be that this has happened before someone has bipassed the toc and now the temperature control switch has failed
HJA5100 is a leisure built oven for howdens so they badge them up Lamona which is the model you have i think.
But they may use the same models on older machines. So from what you say about the fuse in the plastic sleave this is the older style they used at one point. So its possible you have the older version thermal cut out. Thats why the new thermal cut out comes with the long wire to replace it with the new link wire,
But if you say they are ok then it rules them out anyway.
But as for the model number you have listed it is showing as that thermostat. Do you have power getting to the back of the clock?
Have you checked with a multi meter to see if 230v is there?
Use you meter on Volts setting and check them brown wires and see if any show 240v.