Question about AEG B2100-4 Electric Single Oven
Fan has been intermittently not working and has now died
If fan has stopped altogether, then you definately need a new one, to be sure you need to disconnect and remove the fan and bench test it.
Hook up a 240v supply to the fan and see if it runs, if not then it is no good..
It does not matter which terminals you connect live and neutral too as it is common to both terminals. do not connect feed to earth by mistake.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ISOLATE MAINS POWER BEFORE OPENING ANY PANEL
Several possibilites come to mind.
first Has this AEG two fans if yes , it has a top and back fan, the element on the back fan sounds like its either a bad connection or blown needs further investigation, the intermittent grill possibly a thermistat, of poor contact on a connection again. Rear and top panel access, you may have to remove the top fan.
Hope this has been helpful
Posted on May 31, 2011
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