A Valore range hood can be fixed by replacing the fan motor, replacing the electronic control board and changing the temperature sensor. The exact Valore range hood repairs depend on the specific problem.
A range hood fan that is not running is a common problem that can be fixed by replacing the fan motor. The fan motor is responsible for spinning the fan blade. A faulty motor is usually indicated by the component not running, though it may hum when activated. Appliance owners should also inspect the fan switch, and replace it if necessary to fix the problem.
A range hood that does not run at all can be fixed by first checking the circuit breaker and resetting it if it has been tripped. A faulty control board can also cause the appliance not to work at all. The control board is responsible for operating the sentry system and activating the cooktop lights and exhaust fan. The problem can be fixed by inspecting the control board and replacing if needed.
Finally, a faulty temperature sensor can cause the range hood to turn on by itself. The temperature sensor is responsible for monitoring and measuring the air temperature above the cooktop. A faulty temperature sensor is usually indicated by the appliance turning on when the cooktop is at room temperature, and it needs to be replaced to fix the problem.