Question about Fisher and Paykel Titan OS301M Electric Single Oven
The Bake function takes ages for the temperature to increase and keeps dropping back down without ever reaching the required temperature. The Fan and Broil functions are working correctly. A service tech called around and insisted it was the electronic control board which was replaced but it made no difference and cost a fortune.
Check temp sensor and gas pressure
Posted on Dec 23, 2017
Possibly bake element is bad or control is bad.
Posted on Nov 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely you have a faulty fan element- this is a round element that goes around the fan at the back. To check- Disconnect from power(easiest way is to switch off oven at fuse board). Remove rear panel inside oven (held on by screws), and visually check element- often you will see a blow mark on the element. Element is easily changed, although sometimes requires oven to be removed to access element wires from the back. Proceed if you are a confident DIYer, otherwise call a local service agent. Elements are readily available for $75-$125 depending on the retailer.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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