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Ovens are used in industrial and home kitchens. Experienced cooks and housekeepers know that dishes cooked in the oven are many times healthier than fried and cooked foods. But the necessity and usefulness of household appliances does not guarantee the eternal operation of the unit. Malfunctions of kitchen equipment are a common occurrence. In this situation, it is important not to be deceived, but to understand the essence of the problem, so you know exactly what measures to take in such a case. What to do if your Bosch oven does not turn on?
  • External causes

Considering that most modern ovens are powered by the network, the most common reason for not turning on the device is a trivial failure in the electrical system. To solve the problem, it is recommended to check the presence of electricity in the house. If there is voltage, it is worth checking the functionality of the socket to which the appliance is connected. It is also important to check the functionality of the cable. If no problems are found at this stage, it is worth moving on to a more detailed examination of the device.

  • Internal causes

If the electric oven turns on, but does not heat, it is possible that one of the following components is defective:

The upper heating element. Determine this breakdown is quite simple. When switching on, the heating element should glow red. If this does not happen, and on its surface are found blisters and cracks, then, most likely, the element has burned out.

In case of constant overheating of the Bosch cabinet, it is necessary to pay attention to the bimetallic sensor. If the fuse blows, the temperature inside the unit will rise. You can determine the malfunction with a multimeter.

Failure of the lower heating element. This element is subjected to a heavy load, which as a result leads to its combustion. It is not difficult to determine this breakdown – you need to turn on the Bosch oven and assess the color of the heating element. Faulty element does not glow reddish color, it means that it is not red-hot.

If the Samsung electric oven does not turn on, it is possible that the temperature sensor is defective. It is this element that regulates the temperature mode inside the oven.

Blown control relay. If the voltage in the network is faulty, then, most likely, one of the plates on the relay has burned out. As a result, the Samsung, Whirlpool or Bosch oven stops working.
Innovative models of ovens Bosch, Samsung, Electrolux are regulated by the control board. The burnout of this element leads to the failure of the device as a whole.

Other causes

In addition to the above causes, the answer to the question of why the oven turns on, but does not heat, can be in the unadjusted timer. Manufacturers such as Bosch, Whirlpool, Electrolux, equip their ovens with timers. This is certainly a convenient and necessary addition. However, the user should remember that the correct setting of this element is a prerequisite for the functioning of the device. In case of a sudden power outage, it is recommended to postpone the operation of the oven, checking all the settings.

If the Electrolux electric oven does not turn on, check that the fans are working properly. If one of the cooling fans has failed, the appliance will not turn on or heat. To fix this problem, you need to disassemble the fan, clean it from dust and grease, lubricate the mechanical parts.

In search of an answer to the question of why the oven does not turn on, users also forget to check the integrity of the glass on the door. If there is a crack that allows heat to escape, the oven will not work.

There could be a bunch of reasons why your appliance doesn’t work properly therefore the main key to fix your appliance successfully and identify the faulty parts quickly without any wrong conclusions is a professional diagnostics.
Chula Vista Appliance Repair Company qualified experts will determine any problems and make sure the repairs performed will resolve the issues.

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