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I have a Tricity Sovereign Cooker Model Number 4638. The electric fan no longer comes on. Is this the fan or a cut off switch ?

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I bought my control panel cooling fan from Maplin for £5 They have metal cased fans that are ok in an area that gets hot. My replacement form Maplinhas been in for about 5 years now with no problems.

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Are you asking about the main oven fan, or the control panel cooling fan, if its the control panel fan it has most probably seized up, available from www.buyspares.co.uk £58.25

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