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Neff B1432 2002 Element blown

I have removed the faulty element and replaced with a new one. Fitted the three electrical spade connections on, replaced back, door set timer and oven still not heating up. Fan works, control knobs come on, lights come on any ideas

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  • fya5 Jan 09, 2009

    I replaced a blown element with a new one that tested ok for continuity, but it still does not work. Fan ok and Thermostat ok. Is it possible for a new element to be unservicable even when it is not open circuit?

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Did you check the old element with a multimeter to make sure it is in fact faulty?
check continuity across the thermostat as well

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