Question about Ovens
On Tuesday this week I had the same problem, purchased a new element, followed the instructions from Apprentice & my cooker is now working again to the delight of my wife & for saving me about £300. Thanks
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Almost certainly the element. take the back panel off inside the oven and the element is exposed. often you can see the damage. if you want to go further and repair yourself, then get back to me
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Switch off mains
remove the back panel inside the oven
remove the back outer panel.
the element is held in by one of two ways
either 2 7mm nuts on posts coming out from the element base plate or 2 screws from inside the oven
plus one screw inside the oven on the outside ring
remove wiring making a note of where it goes
undo nuts or if applicable, screws and element comes out
replecement is the reverse procedure
before removing element, suggest you check it with a multimeter to see that it actually faulty. if no multimeter, another way is to remove element wires and connect direct to mains and if ok, it will heat
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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