My ovens is not holding temp. The m2 and m3 alarm lights are on. Can you tell me what they mean and what do I need to do to repair it. Thanks
You should be able to find what you need in the manuals..... http://www.partstown.com/blodgett/mt3855g/parts#model-tab-content=parts Good luck
Well, you will have to locate the problem and then fix it.
Sounds like a heating issue to me. Could be your igniter, gas valve, solenoid in the gas valve, not paying the gas bill, ruptured gas line, fried control boards, melted wires, loose connections, gas orifice clogged and a couple of other ones, that's if it's gas which I don't know because you didn't say. Oh, it could also be the igniter or monitoring electrode having their ceramic shield cracked or oxidized so the unit's no longer reading MA coming back from the ignition circuit and so its closing the gas valve.
If its electric it could be,
A blown fuse, not paying the electricity bill, contactor is not engaging, contactor melted into a puddle of copper or silver, loose wire, melted wire, fried circuit boards, relays not engaging, ground fault and a couple more.
Fix whichever one is the problem and it ought to do you good again.
Let us know how it goes.
It is you convection motors or combustion blower motor. You have three internal convection blowers. Oven will run if one is bad , cooks uneaven, once two go oven cannot tranfer heat from burner into cooking tunnel. These motors are around $900.00 each. Be sute to check ir you have a right or left hand blower. Most mt ovens have BOTH. Yours should have three the same. Good luck finding the parts
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