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Re: eliment in oven will not turn off
Sounds like the element is still getting a feed from the thermostat, even though it is in the Off position
If it has a temp indicator light and this is still glowing then you definately have a faulty thermostat.
The other possibility is that there is an earth fault on the element, and this could cause problem.
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If electric turn the oven to bake and look at the bottom element. If if does not turn red hot, it may be defective.
If gas, turn to bake and watch the igniter to see if it get red hot. If not, it may be defective.
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