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Oven cooling fan keeps on spinning

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Normally the cooling fan stops spinning once the oven has cooled down. This takes app. 5 min after the oven was switched off. Now it keeps on spinning. We checked the cooling fan and cleaned it but it still only stops when we cut off electricity.

Stoves free standing gas cooker with electric oven 600SIDLm

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  • gberet Mar 16, 2009

    Same problem - fan on all the time but on 550siDLM
    The fan is mounnted between the hob and the grill. any ideas what part needs replacing>
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Sounds like you have a oven probe or (if equipped) computer issue. From the looks of it, you dont have a computer on this model, so you probably have a thermostat stuck somewhere in there. The thermostat closes at the set temp, then opens when the unit cools. Sounds like this one is stuck in the closed position, allowing the fan to run all the time. You will have to look and see if you have a wiring diagram on the back of the unit, then find the fan wires and see which thermostat controls it. If no diagram, follow the wires out of the fan and see if on runs to a thermostat. Good luck and let me know if you need further info.

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