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Re: Baumatic B180ss Electric oven problem
It sounds like the overheat safety stat is cutting the oven off.
This is prevent the oven overheating and catching fire.
They can go faulty and operate prematurely, causing the prob u are experiencing.
If it is built in , make sure it has adequate ventilation, as this can cause the prob.
Also check to see if it has an external cooling fan fitted, these can fail, and again cause the prob.
They are usually fitted under the top cover of the oven, and designed to keep the oven cool.
It should come on shortly after turning the oven on
These things are the most likely cause of the prob.
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Try turning off the 40 amp double breaker and turning it back on. If you have a volt meter or multimeter verify that it is the correct voltage. If all that is fine come back and ask again. Fill in important details like that so that the next person helping can narrow it down further
Your cooling fan may not be working. either the fan is faulty or its controling device is not switching it on it also allows the fan to run on after the oven has been turned off. its located in the wiring loom behind the switches. part 899661926761-1 costs £26
Prob your cooling fan...it comes on to keep the appliance at a constant temp and if it doesnt it will trip out. Try turning on ur grill and you should hear the fan come on straight away, if not then you will need to replace it.
The oven cabinet is likely built for several different models, which means that the case could have been built with an extra hole or two that aren't used on your model. This a normal manufacturing technique for mass-product factories.
I see from the Baumatic website that several of their models do use a meat thermometer probe, but even if you bought a probe you couldn't use it your oven. Your model doesn't have the correct circuit board and control panel that the oven needs to use the probe.
In any case, if you need to order parts from the manufacturer or would like a downloadable Owners Manual for your model, they are available at this website link:
Hope that helps! ;)
the element may be open circuit, test it by a continuity test. the actual element is inside the metal outer surrounded by a ceramic compound -you will not be able to see any breaks hence the electrical test.