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Belling Platinum DB2 cooker

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by cluelessjoe, 10 Jun 2011.

  1. cluelessjoe

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    Hello

    I have the above mentioned cooker / range

    When i use the oven, it continues to spark - even after the oven has lit. This goes on continously.

    I'm worried something will break if i do nothing

    Can someone please tell me what this could be and how i can fix it

    regards
    joe
     
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    Faulty spark generator
     
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    thank you lightning - is this something that can be easiely replaced?
     
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    Yes they are not hard to do.
     
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    sorry - i should have said is it something i could do ?

    with a bit of guidance from the kind people on here I feel confident enough to attempt a repair

    unfortunately I do not have an installation guide though

    thanks again

    joe
     
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    It could also be a cracked electrode ,damaged ignition lead, some cookers have individual microswitches on the taps this could be sticking .
    It could even be reversed polarity in house wiring if you have recently had some work done.
     
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    thanks guys.

    canyou please explain how i can check the ignition lead and microswitch BEFORE opting for a spark ignition.

    pretty skint at the moment as work is very slow - thank you all for your kind assistance
     
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