Question about Ovens
As described before with this model, my oven has tripped out and your right it's because it has overheated. but is there a reset button or do you have to do something else?
There is an overheat stat somewhere inside the casing - sometimes on the top[ and sometimes close to the fan. this may be a resettable stat - ie has a little button in the middle to reset.
another way is a thermal fuse - a little cylindrical thing inside a heatproof plastic tube
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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