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Re: Miele delux 609 oven - does not work
If there is no heat in fan oven , then it is 99.9% certain that the fan element is faulty..if your oven has a removable rear panel inside, take it off and you will see the element, Replace as req'd.
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The Fan has ,in most cases, two functions - to maintain the oven temp and to clear any condensate or smoke coming from items being cooked. If your oven is over heating it could be the thermostat sensor faulty and giving a faulty reading to the fan. If you set you oven at 350F then sensors control the heat by kicking the heating elements off and in some models and makes the fan aids cool down. Make sure it is at a temperature that would trigger the fan to cool it down. It mostly relies on the regulation of the heating elements to control the temp. Only if it were to get hotter than the elements kicking off can control should the fan kick on. Not being at the site and actually seeing the stove it is hard to determine but if the fan is working every where else it should work when the oven is heating. Again check and see if there is a seperate sensor that monitors the temp of the over and triggers the fan. Not much help but that's where I would look first. Hope this was of some help.
Col. Dana Gillespie
Remember that some parts of a 240 volt stove require two live wires and most of the controls or elements being only 120 volts require just one live wire. Hence the double pole 40 amp breaker must have tripped but does not appear tripped. Just turn it off and back on to reset
turn of at mains, wait 5 mins and turn back on then consult your handbook to set clock. i suspect you have the oven on automatic by mistake.
if this don't work, you may have a problem with the clock itself. you can bypass the clock by connecting together the two contacts adjacent to the clock relay