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My smeg oven,(bottom fan oven) keeps getting hotter and hotter till it cuts out or the fuse blows when i switch it on no matter what temp i put it on,iam assuming its the thermostat,were is it and how yo fit it.Regards Gaz.

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The thermostat is obviously not working and you will need to replace it.

The thermostat is located behind the temperature selector switch on the control panel. The oven thermostat usually has a capilliary tube attached which goes in to the oven internally and is fixed on to the oven wall you will need to disconnect this also and remove it with the thermostat. Fitting the stat is the reverse of removal.

Make sure the electrical supply to the oven is switched off before starting work Hope this will FixYa.

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