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Separate igniter for oven. If bad activates gas safety valve.

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Magic Chef... | Answered on Apr 13, 2016


Analog clocks on kitchen ranges generally are not repairable.

Magic Chef... | Answered on Feb 26, 2016


Hi,

I'm assuming you have a gas oven.

You may have a sensitivity to combustion by products like CO2 (carbon dioxide) or CO (Carbon Monoxide) that are produced when the oven operates or there could be a malfunction with the oven. You didn't specify a make or model, but it's important to keep the oven clean as well.

In either case, crack a nearby window when using the oven if you have one and see if that helps. Some newer homes are so tight that the oven may not have enough fresh air and the by product gasses are building up.

If the condition persists, you may want to call a repair service to check the appliance. Also, all homes should be equipped with combination smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The CO detector will alarm if the gas concentration starts to build up, signaling a potentially dangerous situation.

Magic Chef... | Answered on Nov 02, 2015


Hey Lisa,
Go to this link and download the manual for your oven or call customer Support.
You did not provide the Model Number so I cannot further assist you.
Best of Luck!
JP
MC Appliance Product Manuals

Magic Chef... | Answered on Oct 26, 2015


The thermocouple or thermal capillary is not the only cause of failure; a burned-out or broken heating element is more likely the problem in an electric range. You can check the element by unplugging the range, disconnecting one of the wires to the element, then testing the element for continuity using an ohmmeter. Access to the burner connections varies by model. If you see a couple of screw heads inside the oven where the ends of the element meet the back wall of the oven, you may be able to get at the connections by removing those screws, then gently pulling on the element to bring the connecting wires inside the oven, then undoing one of the screws attaching the wires to the element (avoid excess force on the element; you don't want to crack the ceramic inside it). If you can't get at the connections this way, you'll have to remove the back of the oven. This may actually be easier than crawling around inside the oven anyway.

In a gas range with a gas pilot or an electronically fired gas pilot ignitor, a common problem is clogging in the flame orifice(s); this is visible as a white buildup in the orifice hole(s). Low gas pressure in the pilot can also cause ignition failure if it can't sustain the pilot flame long enough for the flame sensor to enable the main gas valve.

I'm sorry I can't give you more than a generic answer; the model number or part number you provided doesn't come up on any searches. Perhaps it is actually the stock number from one particular supplier, or there is a typo in it.

Magic Chef... | Answered on Jun 14, 2015


I'm not and expert in "self-cleaning" but I unserstand that it is a property of the interior COATING of your kitchen. It burns any "adherence" keeping your kitchen clean, just wash it with milg water when colds down.

Magic Chef... | Answered on May 23, 2015


Hit the SOB with a 12lb sledge like I did. Put out the alarm & then some! Id never own another Magic Chef product!

Magic Chef... | Answered on Mar 08, 2015


Answer: It is a 12v DC motor (the same voltage as a normal car) so you can fairly easily test it once you remove it (horribly painstaking process). It should be straightforward on the test method, but basically just put the positive (red) to the positive, and negative (black) to negative. If the motor does not turn, it's bad.



I am in the midst of this right now also, I pulled my $500+ electric fireplace apart (like 50 or more screws) and found out that the motor casing had melted a little bit, causing the motor inside to seize up that usually turns the artificial flame deal. I have searched everywhere to try to find the part for under $30, but I cannot. It is a very simple part, a 12v geared motor with about 15-20rpm. This motor should be about $10, but since it's a special item, it's $30 plus shipping... it took me about 30 minutes to take my stove apart to figure out what the issue was, then I have had the issue of having no part numbers on the product I was trying to find, leading me to attempt to describe it via google. This may be a product that I will send to china to replicate and sell here for the correct price. There is no need for the $35 price tag.

Magic Chef... | Answered on Jan 14, 2015


sounds like you're having a problem with your thermocouple that's what regulates the temperature of the oven you can either try to clean it off or replace it

Magic Chef... | Answered on Jan 05, 2015

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