Cooker or Oven will not work after a power cut
This video is part two of the top ten faults on cookers and ovens. it will show you how to Troubleshoot faults and diagnose problems in your oven. It will lead you to the correct video and part that might need replacing. This video deals with
1 The cooker timer is not set correctly
2 Clock or Timer is Faulty
3 How Cooker or Oven timers and clocks work
We will deal with problems with the oven timers and the procedure to set it to the manual setting so your oven works, it will also show you how a cooker oven timer or clock works.
If your clock is not working correctly and the oven is not coming on you need to download the manual for your cooker you will need the full model number of your oven which can be found on the identification plate then you will be able to go to the manufacturer's website and download the user manual which will show you the procedure for setting up your cooker clock
The Cooker or Oven will not work after a power cut: Common Faults to look for.
- The Cooker timer is not set correctly
Make sure the timer is set to manual not automatic if you are unsure how to do this use your model number to download the user manual so you can obtain the correct procedure for setting up the clock
- Clock or Timer is Faulty
On all the timer units which had mechanical switches, it is possible that the points inside the switch may have carbonised or failed, on more modern cookers with the digital clock either the relay has become faulty or it is possible that the circuit board inside the timer is faulty
- How Cooker or Oven timers and clocks work
In this video I show you how cooker timers work whether they are the old type which had a mechanical switching system all the new modern digital timers which are made with printed circuit boards and relays.