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Fan assisted oven not working

The fan assisted electric oven on our Classic 110 Dual Fuel cooker has stopped working. I presume the problem lies with the heating element, although I suppose there is a chance it could be a faulty thermostat. Is the element easily replaced? I am a reasonably competent amateur but obviously don't want to take any risks. Any advice will be gratefully received!

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Re: Fan assisted oven not working

If the fan is still working then it is the element that has gone. This is easily replaced as you only need to remove the back panel and swap the the element.

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

Re: Fan assisted oven not working

The fan on my diplomat oven does not spin but the thermostat is working.I have got access to the motor and tried cleaning it.It worked for one day but then it stopped working.Does this mean that i need to replace the motor.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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