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Gary, Handyman
Category: Appliance
Satisfied Customers: 246
Experience:  25 yrs experiance in home related repairs..This includes carpentry, electrical, plumbing, appliances
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creda europ so77ee.... both fans running(wont stop when turned

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creda europ so77ee.... both fans running(wont stop when turned off) oven not heating up,and only one didgit on didigital display visible (otherwise not working) all happened just as I turned it on and there was a "click" sound. pulled out oven took off panells and no singn of any loose conneçtions or scorched wiring???
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Gary replied 4 years ago.

Gary :

Hi and thank you for using Just answer .. Can you tell me if this oven has a pilot lite for the burners or if it has a electric igniter?

JACUSTOMER-ugf0v1ob- : It's a creda Europa so77ee electric oven there's no pilot light.
Gary :

Well, sorry I missed you ... ovens like furnaces have built in safety items. Your problems sounds like you have an ignite-er problem. The built in safety allows the fans to come on to disperse any gar that may be building up. Also, these units have a safety switch on the door, so when you open the door the burners will cut off. These switches do wear out/go bad and it may not be making the connection needed to run the burners. The click sound you heard could be a breaker/safety breaker.

Gary :

You can also try and reset the system ... turn off the main switch and wait for a couple of minutes then turn it back on. Sometimes these ovens needs to be reset for some reason. A factory cork as it were. I would like to help you out some more, to narrow down the problem. Some answered questions would help. Try what I suggested and a meter would be a good tool to use. If I'm still here when you come back and have questions, please ask. Otherwise another expert will come in to help you out. I wish you the best. Gary