02:38PM | 01/09/09
Member Since: 01/08/09
2 lifetime posts
Model # GW02NTB2

I was never given a manual to operate this oven.

We have no clue as to how to use cook time vs Automatic vs manual vs finish time.

We are using manual on every cooking cycle because of this. Every attempt to set a cook time or automatic or finish time results only in changes to the clock. Any clues here?


08:11PM | 01/09/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2293 lifetime posts
I'm afraid that brand is rare in North America (if that's where you are). I have never seen one one myself.

Try contacting the company at the following link for assistance with Regency VSA products in North America.



Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



07:50AM | 01/10/09
Member Since: 01/08/09
2 lifetime posts

It came out of some distributor in Tustin, CA who went out of business soon after we bought the oven. Really a nice product, but we were trying to track them down in Australia and think that the whole operation is also out of business down there too.

Thanks for that website-- I will check it out.



03:21PM | 10/19/13
I have a VSA regency electric single wall oven and have been trying to track down a fan motor replacement part. I am not sure of the make though as the inside sticker is worn off and I don't have the manual. Any ideas on what the model number might be?


03:59PM | 01/01/14
I have a regency VSA operating &install instruction booklet if Joan ET still needs one.
I have to give up my CGWO2 model . If any one wants any parts!!


09:05PM | 01/13/14
Member Since: 01/13/14
1 lifetime posts
I have a CGW02LTB-P Wall oven which I love and need electronic ignition parts in order to keep it. I would love to get parts!



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