A range of Logik oven problems and troubleshooting are shown below but when you have a problem with your appliance you should call in professionals to safely fix any issues for you.
Logik fan oven not working
A Logik fan oven not working or the fan spinning slowly or noisily indicates that the fan motor may need replacing. If your oven is blowing cold air then the element surrounding the fan could be damaged inside the casing. A faulty oven thermostat could also be the culprit.
An experienced technician will inspect the element and check to see if a fan blade has become loose, and then effectively repair or replace any defective parts for you.
Logik cooker oven not working
When the oven in your Logik cooker isn’t working this could simply be due to the power source. This will need to be tested safely with a multimeter to check that the power supply is adequate. A burnt wire connection can also be a reason why your oven isn’t working, as can a blown thermal fuse.
A defective thermostat sensor that monitors the oven temperature can cause the oven not to turn on at all, and a defective control board may be the problem as the control board can’t easily be tested you’ll need to get in touch with a professional appliance repair technician.
Logik oven cutting out
This is an overheating problem caused by either the fan motor not working effectively or the oven safety thermostat cutting in when the oven reaches a too high temperature. If your thermostat is working properly there could be an issue with ventilation. Poor air circulation can cause the thermostat to trip cutting out your oven in the process.
There are also a host of electrical faults that can cause your oven to cut out including complex wires, cables, and circuits within the oven itself. You’ll need the assistance of a qualified appliance repair technician to fix any of these issues for you.
Logik electric oven not heating up
When you've got a problem with your Logik oven not heating this typically means that the fan oven element is faulty. Otherwise, this issue could be related to the selector switch which may need replacing. If there’s no heat in the oven elements themselves may be defective.
Other component parts that need to be tested include the timer, clock, and element connectors.
If your oven isn’t heating to the correct temperature this could be due to a faulty temperature sensor, or one that’s touching the inner wall of the oven making it unable to measure the temperature accurately. An ohmmeter will be needed to test that the sensor is working properly.
Logik oven not cooking evenly
The heating elements and the temperature sensor are the first things that need to be checked. If the heating elements glow red as you pre-heat the oven then it’s more likely to be the sensor that needs replacing.
Your oven will heat unevenly if the bake or broil elements have burned out and you can often see signs of visual defects which may confirm this. A faulty temperature sensor
can also contribute to uneven cooking so needs to be tested and replaced as necessary.
Get Logik oven repairs in London
When you've got a Logik oven not working properly you’ll need to contact experienced appliance repairers
. You’ll easily be able to make an appointment six days a week and get a quote for the job you need doing upfront. Then you’ll get a visit from a highly trained technician who will quickly diagnose and resolve any problems for you. Your service will be fully insured and any repairs come with a six-month quality guarantee.