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Oven not heating up

Fan comes on but oven doesn't heat up

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  • tullamoredew Jan 22, 2009

    the oven wont warm up fan comes on but no heat,, the grill & fan grill works fine,, it blew the main fuse replaced fuse but still wont heat on the oven

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If the fan comes on o/k but no heat , probably element gone or bad connection to element.
You need to test with meter.
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