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Oven not working - fuse blown

Our oven is not working and every time we chnage the fuse it blows.....

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You have a short. Is anything turned on the oven , if not you have a loose wire coming to the switches or they are bad

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Probably the oven element has gone .Disconnect element and try again if fuse does not blow, change element.
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