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Fan assisted oven keeps going off ?

I start my fan assisted up but after around 25 mins it cuts out. After around 30 mins it comes back on again ? What is wrong ?

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  • Deano70 Oct 19, 2008

    no the oven not over heaing

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Suggest you look at the other things i commented on

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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There is an overheat stat and this is cutting the oven off
things to check are.
is casing fan running ok? (this is the tangential fan inside the casing at the back and not the fan inside the fan oven)
this second fan is turned on by a fan stat. maybe this is faulty
is there plenty of ventilation?
is oven in fact overheating?

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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