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In the base of the lamp holder you will see the
center contact. It is spring loaded to make contact with the light bulb. Turn
off the breaker or unplug the oven, then reach in the lamp holder with a small
screwdriver and pry the center contact up a bit. It won't take a lot. Then try
a new bulb and see if it works. You might try a heavy duty bulb or one rated
for 130V instead of 120V. They probably will last longer.
If your range hood fan does not turn on at all,
do the following:
First and foremost, if turning on the switch
does not turn on the range hood fan, check that your circuit breaker is turned
to "on," and if need be, replace any burned out circuit breaker fuse
If the above does not work, remove the fasteners
(e.g., screws) from the cover of the range hood fan and take off the cover to
gain access to the interior thereof, using either a screwdriver or other
fastener device that is more appropriate.
As a precaution, use a voltage meter to make
sure that the wires connected to the fan are not live (have no power running
through them). (You should have disconnected the power to the fan from the
circuit breaker long ago, if you haven't done so already.)
Having a clear view of the range hood fan;
disconnect any cord from it and remove it, using a screwdriver or other
fastener device that is more appropriate. (Most fans do not require the need
for dealing with any electrical wires in order to replace a fan motor. In fact,
most fan motors simply are inserted into a receptacle within the fan housing
and removed just as easily.)
Take the removed range hood fan motor to either
a home improvement store or appliance parts store (or even shop online) in
order to get the correct range hood fan replacement.
Install the new fan motor replacement just as
you saw the old one installed. In almost all instances, this just involves the
act of the inserting the fan motor replacement into its designated receptacle
within the fan housing.
Finally, put the cover of the range hood fan
back into place by securing it with the fasteners (e.g., screws) that originally
were removed to provide access for the aforesaid installation.Restore the power, and the range hood fan should
then be working normally as it once did.
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