10:04AM | 07/04/09
Member Since: 07/03/09
1 lifetime posts
We have a gas Regency convection wall oven and have had trouble with it. The other day we had a lightning strike which took out the electronics. We would like to turn it into a manual oven. Is this possible? Can anyone help us do this?

As far as I know, Regency is out of business. Parts are expensive. The company now tasked with helping folks with their Regency appliances are a good lot up against a difficult problem. They've been good to us over the 7 or so years we've had the oven. I fear this failure, though, kills the oven unless we can convert it.


10:14AM | 07/05/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2271 lifetime posts
** lightning strike which took out the electronics. We would like to turn it into a manual oven. Is this possible? **

If the oven's functions were controlled electronically, it is highly unlikely you could convert it to manual operation.

** I fear this failure kills the oven unless we can convert it. **

The electronic control may be able to be repaired. There are several companies rebuilding appliance electronic controls which might be interested in looking at yours. Try doing a Google search.


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



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