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  1. liambeattie1

    liambeattie1

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    Hello folks,

    An excellent website here packed with a whole host of information.

    I found myself finally tackling the multi tone alarm buzzer/transducer that is failing to sound fully in my kensington belling cooker and thus needs replaced.

    So far I have removed the front plate and timer pcb and desoldered the tone/buzzer. I have priced a replacement timer that best price being £70! Which is fair enough if the whole pcb is faulty but in my case only the sounder needs replaced.

    The issue I am faced with is sourcing a replacement sounder.

    Can anyone identify the name of this and if possible know where to buy it?
     

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  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    Hi welcome to the forums :)

    it "looks" like a standard 2 wire piezo ... just about any parts supplier should have them for a couple of dollars or so


    Dave
     
  3. liambeattie1

    liambeattie1

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    Thanks dave any particular ohms? The relay that activates it is a 6v
     
  4. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    piezo's don't have a resistance rating
     
  5. liambeattie1

    liambeattie1

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    Ta
     
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