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Oven blew a fuse

MY CANNON CHICHESTER BLEW PLUG FUSE WHILST MAIN OVEN IN USE.COOKER MADE A 'POP' NOISE , HEARD FROM ANOTHER ROOM.REPLACED FUSE-PLUGGED IN - BUT 'POP' AGAIN. NO TIMER DISPLAY. FUSE BLOWN AGAIN.

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The POP sound normally indicates a short circuit fault (as opposed to overload) you need to have it looked at by a competent person.

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