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Magic Chef 6498VVV Gas Range Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Magic Chef 6498VVV Gas Range?
The 6498VVV Gas Range uses timer part number 4008554.
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6498VVV are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
Maytag 6498VVV Gas Range, Whirlpool 6498VVV Gas Range
6498VVV Schematic and Wiring Diagrams
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Error Code F7 My range beeped and showed Error Code F7. We were not using the range at the time and had not used it for 2 days. The range is a Magic Chef Model 6498VVV Gas oven
The oven was not working at all. I have replaced the igniter...It now glows red and after a while (longer than it used to), the gas is ignited along the gas bar (I will call it that). The igniter stays red for a whle...30 secs or so, while the flame is still on. THEN after about one minute, the flame ceases. That's it...no more.
Error code on Magic Chief oven F 7 error code on a Magic Chief oven model 6498VVV
Error code F7 on Magic Chief oven model 6498VVV
My Magic Chef Model 6498VVV gas oven oven sometimes doesn't come on immediately. When this happens, there is a sound like a small explosion inside the oven (the gas igniting, I suppose). Does this sound repairable, or should I get a new range? This one is about 15 years old.
I have a magic chef gas oven - model number 6498vvv and am trying to find a users manual for it i'm not sure exactly how old it is - maybe 10 years
I have a Magic Chef oven model 6498VVV. I've never had a problem with it. The oven worked yesterday. Today the oven does not work. The top burners work but the oven itself does not. I set the oven temp to 350 degrees or something like that but there's no heat. The temperature displays 75 degrees on the readout pad, it sounds like the fan is on but it never heats up. The readout stays at 75 degrees and there's no heat at all. I don't know if there is a pilot light within the range that could have gone out. I can't find the manual. The range is about 15+ years old.
I have a Maytag Magid Chef Model 6498VVV with a tempermental oven issue. The problem occurred once last thanksgiving, then showed up again in January, now it is back and renders the oven useless. I press the Oven Temp button to set the desired temp. Several seconds afterwards, I hear a click like the sound of a solinoid valve pulling in. I can observe the pilot rod is glowing red hot, but the burner never ignites. Every other aspec of the oven works. The broiler burner works, the four range top burners work, but the bottom oven burner will never come on. I thought the problem might be a plugged orfice, but I cannot get to an orfice and the pipe to the oven burner is clear. Under the covers there appears to be a single solinoid valve and regulator that feeds the entire oven. What is the most likely bad part? Do you have a Part number?
I have a Gas oven Model #6498VVV . This is about the oven. The oven comes on fine, but when the temperature drops below the desired setting , it does not come on agian automatical , and I smell gas about one to two minutes after the glow ignitor comes on. Yet when I open the door just slightly, the burner comes on right away. It does however start with the low flame, when it initially comes on it starts with a much higher flame for the first few seconds. Are these ovens designed to come on , on high fire, and what controls that, the Gas Valve or the regulator? I am a qualified Gas Fitter. Hoss
We have a Magic Chef 6498VVV gas oven/oven that was recently re-installed. The gas oven top works fine. The gas oven/broiler do not come on. The electric heating element igniters are fine but no evident gas flow. Any Suggestions
Magic Chef 6498VVV gas oven: The rear surface burners' igniters do dot spark. Those burners can be lit with a match. The front burners work properly and their igniters spark when any of the four knobs are set to the proper position. Do I need a new spark module? If so, one or two?
I have a MagicChef Model 6498VVV. The rangetop is not lighting on any of the elements. This is in a home I recently purchased. It appears there is a hole where the manual indicates an ignitor should be. Are ignitors easily removed? If so, can i just buy an ignitor or do all the elements need to be replaced?