Norge BNEA3H9TZ Timer

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Timer part number 100-281-09 for Norge BNEA3H9TZ

The BNEA3H9TZ Range uses timer part number 100-281-09.

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BNEA3H9TZ Range Body Parts diagram
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BNEA3H9TZ Range Door Parts diagram
Control panel Parts diagram
BNEA3H9TZ Range Control panel Parts diagram

Recent Service Requests

CityManufacturerModel NumberPart NumberFailure CodeProblem DescriptionResolution
Langley, British ColumbiaNorgeBNEA3H9TZRobertshaw 100-281-09N/AThe fuses have all been checked and metered. Voltage reading between the hot and nuetral/ hot and ground on the input side of (Digital Circuit Board) D.C.B. is 121.8 volts. Voltage reading on the input side of D.C.B. is 0 volts. The Electronic control display is unlit and not working. Is this something that can spontaneously stop functioning?Repaired

Common problems for Norge BNEA3H9TZ Timer

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We have been getting intermittant(not sure if it's a function of load size or not) damp clothes out of this dryer. I started it last night and waited about 15 minutes and the dryer top was hot, so I left it. This morning, some of the clothes were damp. So I don't know if the heat went off too soon, or it stayed on but didn't have good air flow. I checked behind the screen and it was packed with lint as far down as I could reach. I took the vent hose off and it too was loaded. Looking in from the front, I can see lint build up behind the drum through the holes in the drum. This tells me lint is getting through where it shouldn't. How/where do I check/clean out? I have the panel off on the back bottom where the vent hose hooks up and see alot lint in the chassis. I guess I'm stuck right now on how to take it apart to clean it out really good. edited: opened the front, hinged back the top and got to everything except the lint behind the holes in the back of the drum. I didn't see any plac
The freezer will slowly stop freezing due to frost/ice build up on the back access panel in the freezer and on the coils behind the panel. This problem began a couple of years ago and every six months or so we would have to manually defrost the freezer by using space heaters / blow dryers to melt the ice. Once everything melted the freezer would cool great. Last March we hired a technician who replaced a defroster type part under the fridge. This took care of the problem until 2 months ago when it began happening again but now it’s every 3 weeks that we have to go through and melt everything with heaters. I love love love this fridge and can't possibly phatom having to go back to a regular top freezer type but there is no way we could afford to buy a new bottom freezer type. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Kim Here is the product information: Amana Bottom Freezer Refridgerator Model# BM20TBW MFG# P1305801WW S/N# 9606152514
okay, dryer is getting power. Continuity exists when power on momentary switch is turned (checked with meter). I can hear clock, but dryer does not power on. This isn't my first time working on the unit, I have replaced heating element and thermostat, so I know the inside of this dryer pretty well, to say the least. I am just not sure where to go from here. Mother of Three, and up to my neck in dirty laundry.... Please Help!
I have an old Norge range model no. BNEA3H9TZ. The range returns an error message "F2" on the control panel with an audible alarm when I try and use the oven. Is this a fault with the thermostat or the control board?