Rangemaster Oven Clock Assembly Timer/Programmer for RANGEMASTER 110 NG BLUE (5337)

Stock Number: ES470358

Manufactured by Rangemaster

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (64 customer reviews)

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This part is compatible with Rangemaster RANGEMASTER 110 NG BLUE (5337) Cookers & Hobs

Important: 5337-UPTO SER No24440

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Get your oven timer working properly again. This replacement oven clock / timer assembly is a genuine Rangemaster cooker spare part. This includes the main timer assembly plus 6 buttons.

Please note: this part is serial number dependent, please call in with your model and serial number then choose option 2.

This is Rangemaster spares reference: A094495

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (64 customer reviews)
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    By - Norwich

    Finding the correct timer was not easy, but having done so, ordering was simple and delivery very fast. Fitting was easily done in an hour and there were no problems having followed the instructions that were provided by e-spares on the internet
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    By - England

    Fitted clock it didn't line up with the cooker clock window no adjustment available ,14 month later timer stopped working
  • Saved on a large repair bill! NICE!

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    By - Shropshire

    See all the reviews for details on how to fit this clock/timer... Note the cable connections or take a picture on your phone etc. NOTE: We had a bit of a fright when we saw that the new clock had one less connection than seen on the old one!!!!! But when you pull off the cables you will see that one is a double side-by-side plug that just looks like two (blue) connections (It goes two wires into one connector sticking up) Panic over! As some of the other reviews state; the new clock's numerals are much brighter and a fair bit lower than the original. One other reviewer suggested taking a file to the clock surround plate to raise the numerals up, but this won't work because you are limited by where the push buttons exit the fascia panel! Job took about an hour and a half with a tea break! Also we did use an impact screwdriver (gently if such a thing is possible!!!) on some of the facia panel screws that were a bit stiff. The new clock/timer looks a little different spec/detail to the old unit but is working well, ovens are back on stream and everyone is happy (other than our local gas cooker repairman who will now not be getting his quoted £BIG + VAT!). As usual espares level of service was outstanding! Very helpful in identifying the right bit (you need the separate 4 digit prefix to make up a 10 digit ident code for them, our's began with a 5331 prefix).

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  • Q Instructions please on how to fit the new clock/timer/programer A094495 on my Rangemaster 2 Answers

    By Cheb - Torbay - 23 November 2011

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      Did this today. Remove 4screws on lhs burner section, two on rh burner tray. Remove 4 screws at back to loosen the rear vent. Remove the rhs edge strip. Remove the screws on top and below securing the front panel, remove knobs and the front strip comes off. Remove the galv plate securing the clock in place. Take a pic and pull wires off .. Refit reverse of this .. Took around an hour.

      By Wattsvilleboy - Neath South Wales - 14 October 2013

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      Turn off electricity also gas as precaution. Instructions included within how to use booklet. Need to remove both top burner sections. Four screws int left top tray. two in right hand section. Remove the four screwsthat secure top burner trays to oven flue grill from the back. These are difficult to find and need magnetic screw driver to hold screws when refitting. Righthand top burner section can now slide to the right approx 30mm. Remove the four screws that hold face panel both fro below (by oven doors) and four screws now accessable below top burner trays. The timer is located within galvanised steel plate secured by one screw. Disconnect electrical spade connectors noting colour / locations. Refit is reverse of this. Takes approx 30 - 45 minutes overall.

      By BigBoy - Hornchurch - 01 May 2012

  • Q Location of Model Number 2 Answers

    Can you tell me where the model number plate is located on the Rangemaster 110? I've looked on the back of the cooker and there is no plate, so where else is it!!

    By DEBCON - 25 September 2009

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      If your model has the drawer below the right hand oven remove it and the plate is on the side wall of the cooker

      By hercules70 - Ayrshire - 19 November 2009

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      Take out the bottom drawer, and you should find the model number plate on the inside of the cooker, right hand side.

      By Anonymous - Pudsey - 07 November 2009

  • Q select 920 main oven not working 1 Answer

    i have a diplomat select 920 oven and hob, main oven willnot work, the control panel keeps flashing and not able to do anything. the oven will not come on, any ideas what might be wrong, i though it might be the control panel

    By kennedy - berkshire - 11 August 2010

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      Hi there, this is an awkward one. If the control panel is flashing and the oven's not working, there's quite a few possible causes for it. It could be that the control panel's connections are damaged, and/or the oven element is gone.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 11 August 2010