Has your Rangemaster oven stopped working? There are a number of reasons that your oven might have broken, but don’t worry. We’re here to help you identify the problem and implement a solution!
Rangemaster Oven Getting Too Hot
If you have found that your Rangemaster oven is getting too hot and burning your food despite being at a reasonable temperature, it’s possible that your thermostat is faulty. The thermostat sets and regulates the temperature inside the oven, so if you suspect this part of your Rangemaster oven has broken, you should replace it immediately! Continuing to use an oven with a faulty thermostat is a huge health and safety risk.
At Cooker Spare Parts we offer thermostats for Rangemaster’s gas and electric ovens, so you’ll be sure to find one to suit your needs. Browse our selection of Rangemaster thermostats by clicking the appropriate buttons below:
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Need help replacing your Rangemaster thermostat – don’t worry, we have a helpful guide that will talk you through it!
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Rangemaster Oven Not Heating Up
One problem that you’ll no doubt notice right away, is when your oven stops heating up! Turn the oven on, set a temperature and leave the oven running for a little while. Still cold? Your cooker might be in need of a replacement oven element!
The oven element is the part that heats up inside the oven, so when this breaks it causes a real problem. Luckily, replacing an oven element is a relatively simple job, and they aren’t too expensive to buy! Take a look at our Rangemaster oven elements by clicking the button below.
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Rangemaster Hob Not Working
Whether you need to fry or boil or steam something the cooker hob plays an important role in most everyday recipes! If you’ve noticed that your cooker hob isn’t working, you’ll probably want to fix the problem sooner rather than later! We can help! Browse our Rangemaster hob spares below, select the right one for your cooker using your model number, and get your Rangemaster hob working again in no time!
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If you find that these spares don’t help fix your Rangemaster cooker, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 02920 452 510, we will help you identify what’s wrong with your oven and advise you on the best solution.
Your oven thermostat is the part of the cooker which regulates the temperature. If you have a faulty oven thermostat, you will know about it. As the heat is no longer regulated, this could cause burnt or even undercooked food - and nobody wants that!
How To Tell if Your Oven Thermostat is Faulty
If you find your oven is not cooking your food properly, the fault is either with the oven heating element or the oven thermostat. The only way you can determine if it is your oven thermostat is by testing it.
You can test your faulty oven thermostat using the following steps.
- Unplug the oven from the wall.
- Depending on your oven type, the thermostat could be located behind the back panel, beneath the backsplash, under the exhaust hood or below the control panel. The thermostat is a thin piece of metal usually attached to a coil of wire.
- If you then remove the thermostat from the oven, you can use a multimeter to test it.
- Ensure the multimeter is calibrated and then turn the dial to the lowest ohm rating.
- Place the multimeter on the thermostat. If the thermostat has a reading of zero or as close to zero as possible, it is working fine. However, if it has no reading at all, your oven thermostat is faulty and will need replacing.
Replacing Your Oven Thermostat
To replace your faulty oven thermostat, you will need to ensure you have the correct spare part. Here at Cooker Spare Parts, we stock replacement oven thermostats for a variety of different cooker ranges. From Indesit to Zanussi, we have a replacement spare part for you.
To find out which type of oven thermostat you need, just use our filter on the Electric Cooker Thermostats & Regulators page. Enter the manufacturer and keyword and our filter will narrow the search so you can find a replacement for your faulty oven thermostat.
To replace your faulty oven thermostat, simply follow the steps in the guide below and you should have a working oven in no time at all!
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If you need any additional replacement parts for your oven, just take a look at our wide range of spare parts here. Or if you need any additional help you can give us a call on 02920 452 510.