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Trying to replace the timer on a Lamona Oven

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by NigelCollins, 11 Aug 2017.

  1. NigelCollins

    NigelCollins

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    I am trying to replace the timer on a Lamona HJA3650 oven (think its a Howdens make). The problem is that to remove the timer you need to remove the stainless steel fascia and I cannot see how its held on. Taking the two rotary knobs off do NOT reveal any screws and I cannot see any screws holding the fascia on. I spent an hour today trying to accomplish this with no success. Has anyone else had this problem and can anyone help shed some light on the issue please?

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    Nigel
     
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    So I now have the PDF exploded diagram of the oven and still cant see how to remove the Fascia - can anyone else spot how to do it?
     

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    I have done this on a Stoves oven and its not done by removing the facia, I had to remove the top and sides casing and do it from behind. Wasn't that hard to do.

    Hope that helps

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    Thanks pixey. I had taken the top off to gain access to the timer and I can see by the replacement timer that it pushes in from the front of the panel marked 3403 that I assume the front fascia is somehow attached to. Somehow I will need to gain access to the frame even if the fascia stays put - not sure if that makes sense?
     
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