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Faulty electric oven (Ignis AKL828/AV)

Hi there.
I have an Ignis AKL828/AV (same as Whirpool) oven which just so happened to decide it wasn't going to work on Christmas Day.I have suspected for some time that the thermostat was faulty as there didn't seem to be a low heat setting.On the day in question I turned on the oven (used previously in the day) and left it to heat up.After a while an MCB tripped and when turned back on, the oven wouldn't heat up.It is a single fan oven with built in grill, which still works.
Many thanks for any help given.

David

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  • davedee_1 Dec 31, 2008

    Hi barkencoa.

    Thanks for the info but what I'm now wondering is if there is any other reason the oven would stop heating i.e. faulty temp control and /or thermostat .I don't want to replace the element just in case it's something else.I've had the element out and it "appears" ok.

    Many thanks.



    David

  • davedee_1 Dec 31, 2008

    Hi again!



    I decided to bite the bullet and bought a new element today which has been fitted and is working.It wasn't expensive.It was only £24, which considering the price of a new oven is quite acceptable!

    Thanks for your help and all the very best to you and your family for 2009.



    David

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I think you will find that it is the oven element that has shorted, causing the trip to go. The fan will still work, but with no heat.
Remove inner rear panel of oven, there you will see the element.
Remove and replace.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

  • Barry Coates
    Barry Coates Dec 31, 2008

    Hi .

    I appreciate your concern, but the fact that the element looks o/k , proves nothing.

    You need to test it, to be certain,there are two ways of doing this, if you have a meter, set it on the ohms range to test for continuity, and put the probes onto the heater terminals, the needle should swing all the way over, if it does not , then the element is no good.

    The other way is to test the element in situ, with the element disconnected from the oven but with the wires still connected, test for voltage , if you have a supply but it is not getting hot, then again the element is faulty..Only do it this way if you know what you are doing,

    Remember electricity is s silent killer!!!!

    Good luck.

    I still do not think it is the stat that is faulty.

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