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ZANUSSI ZDQ 595 BUILT IN ELECTRIC DOUBLE OVEN

A problem with my dishwasher element caused my RCD to trip, since then the bottom oven no longer works but the top does. is each oven protected by an internal fuse?

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Have you reset the clock after the power outage?
this is necessary before oven will work
suspect you have it on auto in error

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"TRESILLA" RANKED THE GURU GAVE ME THE SOLUTION, READING THE MANUAL AGAIN IT DOES ACTUALLY STATE THE CLOCK HAS TO BE SET HOWEVER, WHY COULD A SIMPLE SOLUTION LIKE THAT NOT HAVE BEEN MENTION BY THE ZANUSSI CALL CENTRE??? MANY THANKS TRESILLA £8 WELL SPENT!

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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