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  • Page 1 BELLING FSE 54 DO SERVICE MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    INDEX PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PAGE APPLIANCE RATING PLATE ............. USER GUIDE AND INSTALLATION HANDBOOK USER GUIDE..................4-34 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS............35-38 WIRING DIAGRAMS................39-39 CUSTOMER CARE ................40-45 CONTACT US..................46-46 PARTS LIST FSE 54DO..............47-58 REPAIR AND MAINTAINANCE DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES............59-65 COMPONANT REMOVAL..............
  • Page 3: Product Identification Page

    PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Appliance rating plate location The appliance rating plate is located on the right-hand side of the front frame and also on the rear service panel YEAR MONTH NUMBER OF PRODUCTION FOR THE MONTH PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION CODE It is important that during all service calls the model and serial numbers are recorded on all paper work.
  • Page 4: User Guide

    Belling Freestanding Electric AU 082746903 19.10.2010...
  • Page 5 CONTENTS Introduction Before Using Safety Using the Hob Using the Grill Using the Ovens Programmer/clock Cleaning Installation Technical Customer Care Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 6 OUR WARRANTY Should you need it ..,QVLGH WKH SDSHUZRUN ZKLFK KDV FRPH ZLWK WKLV DSSOLDQFH WKHUH LV D OHDÀHW and card explaining the terms of our extended warranty and guarantee. In RUGHU WR DSSO\ IRU RXU ¿YH \HDU JXDUDQWHH VLPSO\ ¿OO LQ WKH GHWDLOV RQ WKH FDUG and post it off, this will register your appliance.
  • Page 7 BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT ‡ 0DNH VXUH WKDW \RX KDYH UHPRYHG DOO packaging and wrapping. Some of the items inside this appliance may have additional wrapping. ‡ ,W LV DGYLVHG WKDW \RX WXUQ WKH RYHQV and/or grill on for a short while. This will burn off any residues left from manufacturing.
  • Page 8 SAFETY Caution: This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be used for other purposes, for example room heating. GENERAL WARNING! - Accesible parts may become hot during use. To avoid burns, young children should be kept away from the appliance.
  • Page 9 SAFETY OVEN/GRILL 9 Always take care when removing food from the oven as the area around the cavity may be hot. 9 Always use oven gloves when handling any utensils that have been in the oven as they will be hot. 9 Always make sure that the oven shelves are resting in the correct position between two runners.
  • Page 10 SAFETY ELECTRIC HOB Never leave any cook zone on without D SDQ FRYHULQJ LW 7KLV FDXVHV D ¿UH Always ensure that pan bases are hazard. GU\ DQG ÀDW EHIRUH XVLQJ WKHP RQ WKH hob. Do not use the hob surface as a chopping board or food preparation Always position pans over the centre area, as this may lead to it becoming...
  • Page 11 SAFETY ,I \RX KDYH DQ HOHFWULFDO ¿UH LQ WKH Fire Safety Advice kitchen: 0RVW NLWFKHQ ¿UHV RFFXU ZKHQ 1) Pull the plug out, or switch off the people are distracted or leave things power at the fuse box - this may be unattended, so remember: HQRXJK WR VWRS WKH ¿UH LPPHGLDWHO\ If you’re called away from the cooker - by...
  • Page 12: Using The Hob

    USING THE HOB Warnings ‡ 'R QRW XVH WKH FHUDPLF KRE LI WKH glass surface is cracked, as electrical parts are directly beneath. Switch off the appliance at the supply to prevent electric shock and contact your supplier. ‡ 7KH KRE VXUIDFH UHPDLQV KRW DIWHU use.
  • Page 13 USING THE HOB ‡ 8VH SDQV ZKLFK DUH ODUJH HQRXJK IRU Energy Saving WKH IRRGV LQVLGH WR DYRLG RYHU ÀRZLQJ ‡ 3RVLWLRQ SDQV FHQWUDOO\ RYHU WKH - this may cause damage to your hob. elements. ‡ 3DQV ZLWK GXOO RU GDUN FRORXUHG EDVHV ‡...
  • Page 14 USING THE HOB - METAL SOLID PLATE %HIRUH XVLQJ WKH KRE IRU WKH ¿UVW WLPH LW should be primed and seasoned - refer to the instructions in the cleaning section. 7R VZLWFK RQ D KRWSODWH HOHPHQW Turn the selected hotplate control knob clockwise or anticlockwise, depending on WKH UHTXLUHG VHWWLQJ 7KH KLJK VSHHG KRE ULQJ V DUH LGHQWL¿HG...
  • Page 15 USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC If cleaning the grill pan when it is hot, Caution: Accessible parts may use oven gloves to move it. Do not use EH KRW ZKHQ WKH JULOO LV XVHG the handle to pour hot fats from the grill young children should be kept pan.
  • Page 16 USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC Using the grill When using the grill in the top oven, Caution : Accessible parts may the speed of grilling can be controlled EH KRW ZKHQ WKH JULOO LV XVHG by adjusting the grill setting or by young children should be kept selecting a higher or lower shelf position.
  • Page 17 USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC When you are cooking keep children DZD\ IURP WKH YLFLQLW\ RI WKH RYHQ If you are not preheating the oven, the Caution: The top element gets extremely cooking times in the following guide may hot when in use, so take extra care to need to be extended, as they are based avoid touching it.
  • Page 18 USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC Top oven baking guide Cooking temperatures Cooking times The temperature settings and time given in the Baking Guides are based on dishes These times are based on cooking in a made with block margarine. If soft tub preheated oven.
  • Page 19 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED $FFHVVLEOH SDUWV PD\ EH KRW ZKHQ Manual Operation the oven is used. Young children The programmer must be set to manual VKRXOG EH NHSW DZD\ operation before the main oven can be used. If A (Auto) is on the programmer display, return the oven to manual 7R VZLWFK RQ WKH RYHQ by pressing the up and down buttons...
  • Page 20 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED This makes it ideal for batch baking - eg; 6ORZ FRRNLQJ 6HWWLQJ RU °C when planning a party as all the items will ‡ 0DNH VXUH WKDW IUR]HQ IRRGV DUH be cooked within the same length of time. thoroughly THAWED before cooking.
  • Page 21 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED There is no need to interchange dishes Be safe onto different shelves part way through Do not defrost stuffed poultry using this cooking, as with a conventional oven. method. To help the air circulate freely Do not defrost larger joints of meat and Position the shelves evenly within the poultry over 2kg/4lb using this method.
  • Page 22 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED 1RWH WKLV LV D KLJK HI¿FLHQF\ RYHQ WKHUHIRUH VRPH DGMXVWPHQW ZLOO KDYH WR EH made to conventional cooking temperatures. The table below shows conventional FRRNLQJ WHPSHUDWXUHV µ$¶ HI¿FLHQF\ WHPSHUDWXUHV DQG JDV PDUNV )RU RSWLPXP UHVXOWV FRQYHQWLRQDO WHPSHUDWXUHV QHHG WR EH FRQYHUWHG WR µ$¶...
  • Page 23 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED Main oven baking guide Dish Recom- Approximate mended cooking time temperature (preheated °C oven) Scones 8 - 15 mins Meringues 2 - 3 hours Cakes Small cakes 15 - 25 mins Whisked sponge 15 - 20 mins Swiss roll 10 - 12 mins...
  • Page 24 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED Traditional fruit cakes Roast turkey It should be remembered that ovens can Roasting turkey involves cooking two vary over time, therefore cooking times different types of meat - the delicate light FDQ YDU\ PDNLQJ LW GLI¿FXOW WR EH SUHFLVH breast meat, which must not be allowed when baking fruit cakes.
  • Page 25 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC FANNED Notes: Roasting guide ‡ :KHQ FRRNLQJ VWXIIHG PHDW RU SRXOWU\ The times given in the roasting guide calculate the cooking time from the are only approximate, because the size total weight of the meat plus the DQG DJH RI WKH ELUG ZLOO LQÀXHQFH FRRNLQJ VWXI¿QJ times as will the shape of a joint and the...
  • Page 26 USING THE PROGRAMMER/CLOCK - ELECTRIC (LI ¿WWHG) The programmer button Symbols on the LED display. <RXU WLPHU VKRXOG KDYH V\PEROV OLNH WKH This ‘A’ symbol appears when either ones in the table below. It may also be a semi, or fully automatic program is either TOUCH control or have buttons.
  • Page 27 USING THE PROGRAMMER/CLOCK - ELECTRIC (LI ¿WWHG) To set the time of day Setting the minute minder ‡ 3UHVV WKH 8S DQG 'RZQ EXWWRQV ‡ 7R VHW WKH 0LQXWH 0LQGHU SUHVV WKH together for a few seconds, and Function button once. The bell symbol release.
  • Page 28 USING THE PROGRAMMER/CLOCK - ELECTRIC (LI ¿WWHG) Semi-automatic cooking For the instructions on how to use both of these functions, please see the following There are two types of semi automatic page. cooking available on this appliance. Fully automatic cooking 7KH RYHQ PXVW EH VZLWFKHG RQ and in use to use either of these This function incorporates both a duration...
  • Page 29 USING THE PROGRAMMER/CLOCK - ELECTRIC (LI ¿WWHG) Semi-automatic cooking 1. The Duration method The Duration method ‡ 3UHVV WKH )XQFWLRQ EXWWRQ WZLFH  which will skip past the Minute Minder. ‡ 7KH /(' GLVSOD\ ZLOO ÀDVK WKH ZRUG ‘dur’,  DQG WKH µ$¶ ZLOO ÀDVK RQ WKH left hand side of the display.
  • Page 30 USING THE PROGRAMMER/CLOCK - ELECTRIC (LI ¿WWHG) )XOO\ DXWRPDWLF FRRNLQJ H[DPSOH This programming method is best suited IRU ZKHQ D GHOD\HG VWDUW WLPH LV UHTXLUHG Unlike the semi automatic methods this UHTXLUHV ERWK WKH GXUDWLRQ DQG WKH HQG time to be entered. The timer will work out the start time and begin cooking.
  • Page 31 USING THE MINUTE MINDER LI ¿WWHG Setting the minute minder 1. Press and release the plus button to change the display from clock to minute minder - the bell symbol will light. 2. Use the plus and minus buttons to set the length of time before the alarm tone will sound.
  • Page 32 CLEANING GENERAL ‡ %DE\ RLO FDQ EH XVHG WR UHVWRUH VWDLQOHVV VWHHO ¿QLVKHV  EXW RQO\ XVH ‡ ,W LV LPSRUWDQW WR FOHDQ WKH SURGXFW a few drops. Don’t use cooking oils regularly as a build up of fat can as they can contain salts, which will affect its performance or damage it damage the metal.
  • Page 33 CLEANING REMOVING OVEN PARTS FOR Shelf Runners CLEANING ‡ 6KHOI UXQQHUV FDQ EH UHPRYHG WR Inner Door Glass enable you to clean them thoroughly. Make sure they are cool to touch and ‡ 7KH LQQHU GRRU JODVV SDQHO FDQ EH then grasp the runners and slide out removed for cleaning but it must be of their hanging holes.
  • Page 34 CLEANING ELECTRIC HOB ‡ To prime: Switch on each element in turn for a short while (with no pan on Ceramic glass hobs it) at a medium - high setting. This will harden and burn off the coating. ‡ 7KH FHUDPLF KRE WRS FDQ EH FOHDQHG using a clean, damp cloth or kitchen ‡...
  • Page 35: Installation Instructions

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - ELECTRIC Whilst every care is taken to eliminate The cooker must have a side clearance burrs and raw edges from this product, above hob level of 90mm up to a height please take care when handling - we of 400mm.
  • Page 36 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - ELECTRIC Connect to the electricity supply <RXU DSSOLDQFH ZLOO EH ¿WWHG ZLWK RQH RI the two terminal blocks below, Block A, Warning: Block B This appliance must be earthed. This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote control system.
  • Page 37 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - ELECTRIC WARNING: IN ORDER TO PREVENT TIPPING OF THE APPLIANCE, EITHER THIS STABILISING MEANS OR THE STABILISING BRACKET SUPPLIED MUST BE INSTALLED. Anti -Tilt Device This cooker is supplied with anti-tiling chains and anti-tiling bracket to prevent DFFLGHQWDO WLOWLQJ RI WKH FRRNHU 7R ¿W WKH EUDFNHW SOHDVH UHIHU WR WKH LQVWUXFWLRQ PDQXDO VXSSOLHG ZLWK \RXU FRRNHU 7R ¿W WKH FKDLQV SOHDVH LQVWDOO DV IROORZV ‡...
  • Page 38: Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS Warning: This appliance must be earthed. Electrical supply/load Databadge is located at the bottom of the 240V ~ 50Hz front frame, behind the door. 10665W Countries of destination...
  • Page 40: Customer Care

    CUSTOMER CARE FAQs Whenever you can, cook wet foods at higher temperatures. What parts of the appliance can be ZDVKHG LQ D GLVKZDVKHU" Don’t leave food in the oven to cool down. ‡ $Q\ HQDPHOOHG SDUWV VXFK DV the grillpan can be cleaned in a ‡...
  • Page 41 CUSTOMER CARE What is a Multifunction oven? ‡ $ PXOWLIXQFWLRQ RYHQ FRPELQHV D YDULHW\ RI features, which are explained fully earlier in this ERRN LW DOORZV \RX PRUH ÀH[LELOLW\ ZKHQ FRRNLQJ The neon on my appliance keep going out and coming back on again - is this right? ‡...
  • Page 42 CUSTOMER CARE CHANGING LIGHT BULBS ZKHUH ¿WWHG Warning: There is a risk of electric shock, so always make sure you have turned off and unplugged your appliance before starting. Always allow the product to cool down before you change a bulb. Not all appliances have the same number and type of bulbs.
  • Page 43 CUSTOMER CARE COOKSHOP 7R RUGHU RU HQTXLUH DERXW DQ\ RI WKHVH products, please call the Spares Sales team. Product Description Product Code Quantity Where Used 5HFWDQJXODU FDUERQ ¿OWHUV 082612620 Hoods 5RXQG FDUERQ ¿OWHUV 082611571 Hoods Ceramic hob scraper kit 082606781 All ceramic glass hobs including induction Ceramic hob cleaner and...
  • Page 44 Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 45 Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 46: Contact Us

    CONTACT US Calling for a service If you should experience any problems with your cooker please contact your retailer or place of purchase. Important note: Service work is to be conducted by authorised persons only. It is also adviseable that your cooker is checked regularly and maintained in good condition. An annual maintenance is recommended.
  • Page 48 FACIA FREESTANDING ALTERNATIVE METAL FASCIA ONLY THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 51 EV_OVEN_MAIN_E ALTERNATIVE GRILL ELEMENT ALTERNATIVE A180 SWITCHES THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 52 FURNITURE MAIN OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES- KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 421 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 53 EV TOP DOOR GLASS ALTERNATIVE HANDLE DESIGN TOP DOOR LOWER DOOR THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 54 EV_OVEN_TOP_E THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 55 FURNITURE TOP OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES - KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 420 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 56 0585 PRESCOT, MERSEYSIDE, L35 2XW PART NAME: SIDE PANELS APPLIANCE NAME: BEL FSE 60 DO DRG N°: 073107500 ISSUE MODIFICATION NAME DATE DRAWN: PRM 18-08-09...
  • Page 57 PARTS LIST FOR SKU 444440855 Part Order Part Part Description End Date Group Status 73106118 TOP DOOR AES fs bel e552 whi SPARE 83029900 BLOCK terminal PA223S/3SN 82101600 CLIP tubular 602598709 FANCOVER 60 flue lamp mot NO CODE 82291500 COVER flue vent 13046510 DOOR assy 55 main beg552 whi Supersed 82971200 Element gr/dual 20.35715.000...
  • Page 58 563063900 PLATE appliance fixing blk 1 ######## 563093801 PLINTH 55 80180676 SCREW m6x30 pp mc Supersed 81797200 SEAL main ov 550HL KB 80180734 SCREW m4x12 tt pcsk ch blk 82917403 SHELF main oven 452 wide 1970 82360801 SLEEVE silicone (black) 82542105 SPACER (10.8mm long) 82554300 SPACER oven fan 82938900 SPRING element...
  • Page 59: Repair And Maintainance

    B B ELLING FSE 54 DO REPAIR MAINTAINANCE PROCEDURES...
  • Page 60 IMPORTANT BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY SERVICING WORK ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY...
  • Page 61 1) REMOVING THE MAIN OVEN DOOR OPEN THE DOOR FULLY RELEASE THE 2 CLIPS AND PUSH FULLY BACK INTO POSI- TION SHOWN CLOSE DOOR TO REST POSI- TION AND LIFT TO REMOVE DOOR AND HINGE WHEN REPLACING ENSURE THAT HINGES ARE FULLY EN- GAGED IN THE HINGE BUSH 2) REMOVING THE TOP OVEN DOOR OPEN THE DOOR FULLY...
  • Page 62 REMOVING THE HINGE FROM THE DOOR REMOVE THE 2 SCREWS AS INDICATED PULL THE HINGE OUT OF THE DOOR EXTRUSION 3) HOTPLATE REMOVAL REMOVE 4X SCREWS FROM SIDE OF HOTPLATE SLOWLY LIFT THE HOTPLATE AWAY FROM THE APPLIANCE AND SLIDE OUT THE HOB HOT NEON FROM THE BRACKET ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE HOTPLATE...
  • Page 63 4) REMOVAL OF SIDE PANELS REMOVE 2X SCREWS AT REAR OF APPLIANCE REMOVE 2X SCREWS FROM FRONT OF APPLIANCE REMOVE SIDE PANEL...
  • Page 64 5) REMOVAL OF FACIA PANEL REMOVE ALL CONTROL KNOBS REMOVE 2 X HOLDING SCREWS AND REMOVE THE FACIA PANEL TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE THE NEONS ON REMOVAL 6) REMOVING THE REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE SECURING SCREWS X6 REMOVE REAR SERVICE PANEL WITH CARE SO AS NOT TO DISCONNECT ANY OF THE WIRES CONNECTED TO THE TERMINAL...
  • Page 65 REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVED COOLING FAN GRILL ELEMENT LOWER OVEN ELEMENT MAIN OVEN ELEMENT MAIN OVEN STIR FAN 7) DOOR SEALS THE DOOR SEAL IS REMOVED BY JUST PULLING IT IS SECURED IN THE GAP BETWEEN THE CAVITY AND FRONTFRAME AND REQUIRES NO OTHER FIXING TO REFIT PUSH IN ALWAYS ENSURE THAT DOOR SEAL LIP IS...
  • Page 66: Componant Removal

    REPLACEMENT OF COMPONANTS A) CERAMIC ELEMENTS CERAMIC ELEMENT CERAMIC ELEMENT 1.7KW 1.2 KW TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE LIMITERS (550°C) LIMITER (550 °C) CERAMIC ELEMENT CERAMIC ELEMENT 1.2 KW 1.7 KW FOLLOW STEP 3 AND REMOVE THE HOB TOP RELEASE THE CERAMIC ELEMENT FROM THE CROSS-MEMBER BY SQUEEZING THE CLIP AND REMOVING FROM HOLDING TAB...
  • Page 67 WHEN REPLACING THE ELEMENT AL- WAYS ENSURE THAT THE CLIPS ARE FITTED ON THE NEW ELEMENT IN THE SAME POSITION ALL POSITIONS ARE NUMBERED B) CERAMIC ELEMENT SWITCHES FOLLOW STEP 3 AND REMOVE THE HOBTOP REMOVE THE SECURING SCREWS WHICH CAN ALL BE ACCESSED BY REMOVING THE CONTROL KNOBS REMOVE SWITCH/SWITCHPACK...
  • Page 68 D) THERMOSTATS FOLLOW STEP 3 AND REMOVE THE HOB TOP PULL THE T/STAT FROM THE SWITCH HOUSING REMOVE THE T/STAT PHIAL FROM THE RELEVANT OVEN CAVITY AND PULL THROUGH T/O T/STAT M/O T/STAT E) GRILL ELEMENT FOLLOW STEP 6 REMOVE REAR SER- VICE PANEL DISCONNECT WIRES REMOVE GRILL ELEMENT GUARD BY...
  • Page 69 F) TOP OVEN LOWER ELEMENT REMOVE INSULATION AT THE BACK OF THE TOP OVEN CAVITY REMOVE SCREW FROM INSIDE TOP OVEN CAVITY AS INDICATED PULL ELEMENT FROM REAR OF APPLIANCE ALWAYS ENSURE WHEN REPLACING INSULATION TO USE CORRECT TAPE...
  • Page 70 G) MAIN OVEN ELEMENT FOLLOW STEP 6 AND REMOVE THE REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE 4 X REAR FAN COVER SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE FAN COVER DISCONNECT WIRING REMOVE THE 2 ELEMENT SECURING SCREWS AND PULL ELEMENT FORWARD INTO THE CAVITY...
  • Page 71 H) MAIN OVEN STIR FAN FOLLOW STEP 6AND REMOVE THE REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE THE REAR FAN COVER AS ON PREVIOUS PAGE REMOVE THE FAN IMPELLOR N.B L/H THREAD NEEDS TO TURNED CLOCKWISE TO REMOVE DISCONNECT WIRING FROM FAN REMOVE 3 X STIR FAN SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE FAN FROM THE REAR OF THE APPLIANCE I) MAIN OVEN LIGHT FITTING...
  • Page 72: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NOMINAL RESISTANCES AT 20oC CERAMIC ELEMENTS LARGE........1.7 KW SMALL........1.2 KW *5,// (/(0(17 ,11(5   Ÿ : 287(5  Ÿ 723 29(1 /2:(5 (/(0(17  Ÿ : 0$,1 29(1 )$1 (/(0(17  Ÿ : 0$,1 29(1 67,5 )$1  Ÿ...
  • Page 73: Faultfinding Guides

    BELLING FSE 54 DO FAULTFINDING GUIDES...
  • Page 74 Single Electric Cooker Main Fan oven not working Nothing working at all? Is the Timer working? Check fuse or supply turned on Is the clock set to manual? Is there a neon on the facia? Advise customer on setting the timer Send engineer with Is the neon on? Thermostat.