Question about Stoves Ovens
The timer was replaced 6 months ago after heat damage. The latest timer shows slight damage but is serviceable. However, the lower Jumo temperature selector switch does not give its characteristic 'click' when rotated to the desired temperature. I note that the switch has a capillary tube fitted and the other end disappears into a thick insulation wall that is fitted adjacent to the oven wall. Is it possible to replace this switch and capillary tube without major work on the cooker, or leave the tube in-situ and replace the switch?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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