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Re: electrolux eog 7330
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
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Hello Avishag, thanks for your post!
From what you have described your Electrolux oven is ringing after you have used the pyrolytic cleaning. Your control panel may need to be reset and you can do that by disconnecting power from it for at least ten minutes. If this does not help resolve your issue I would need your model number to further assist you. You can locate that information on the frame of the door on a white or silver tag. Once I have that information I would be happy to assist you further. -Matt
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Many ovens have a bi-metal thermal fuse-also called a thermal limit switch-that protects the oven from overheating. The oven thermal fuse trips when the temperature in the oven gets too hot. After the thermal fuse trips, the oven won't heat. If the thermal fuse trips after the self-cleaning cycle, try resetting the fuse by turning off electricity to the oven, removing the exterior back panel, and pushing the reset button. If the fuse tripped during normal operation, replace it. If the problem persists, the electronic oven control board might require replacement. Reset the thermal fuse after replacing the control board.
From what you have described sounds like you need to have the oven reset. Unfortunately, if resetting it at the household circuit breaker does not prove to be successful, then you will need a professional technician to pull the unit out of the cabinet/wall and reset it from the back panel.
They won't pack up.. The fan is there to circulate the warm air. It might not heat up or cook as quickly as it used too. It will not cost much to fix though, labor will usually cost more than the part itself.
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sounds like the fan element could have blown, causing the electrics to trip out. best thing to do is remove all the racking
and then the rear panel that covers the fan and element. if he element has blown most of the time it will be visible.
hope this helps
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