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Electrovert OmniFlo Ovens

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 15:33:43 EST 2005 | Mark

>Hours mean nothing on these machines. Correct me if I am wrong but isn't it true that heaters and blowers (maybe valves) have a specific lifespan? I would think that parts in an oven with many hours on it are due to fail sooner than those in one wit

Omniflo 5 high temperature warning

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 01 04:55:20 EDT 2008 | benefon

Hello all Our Omni 5 has given the 'Cooling module high temp' warning twice during the past month. I suspect that the blower motor is the culprit but have not been able to verify this because the oven has started up normally after acknowledging the

Omniflo 5 high temperature warning

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 03 07:39:19 EDT 2008 | pjc

You may not be getting enough exhaust pull, so the cooling modules over temp. Try swapping blower motors to isolate that before buying one. STANDARD AIR OPERATION: - Load-end: 150 cfm (255 m3/hr) at the 4� (102 mm) stack (minimum requirement) - Unlo

Electrovert OmniFlo Ovens

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 19:10:49 EST 2005 | fastek

Allow me to re-state my response. Hours on an oven would be the last thing I would care about if I wanted to know something about it. There is no standard lifespan on heaters, blowers and the like. They can last a year or ten. Sure you can assume a 5


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