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Hi I'm renting a house which has a tricity bendix eurokera cooker, can't find serial number. Electrician was doing some work and switched off electricity, now I can't get lower fan oven t

Black cooker with rapid zone hob. Double oven. Very slim oven. can't fit large baking sheet in oven

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SOURCE: Tricity Bendix cooker oven is not getting hot

Element needs replacing

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SOURCE: tricity bendix se211 electric cooker trips all my electrics

The symptoms you describe are a classic example of an oven element heating up, and as it gets hotter, the insulation is breaking down, thereby causing the earth leakage trip to operate.
To confirm this , switch on the oven, and turn all 4 rings on the top to full heat, 2 at a time, let them stay on for at least 10-15 mins, and if it does not trip, then you can be pretty sure it is the oven element(s) that is the problem

It is not likely to be the wall switch, as if it were faulty, i would expect the trip to go right away.
If you want to check further, then turn on the oven again and see if it trips, if it does ,then it is definately the oven element(s) that is the problem.

If it is a fan assisted oven , the element is at the rear of the oven, and possibly one under the base ot the oven. If it is a conventional convection oven, then there is an element at each side of the oven, even if one is faulty, replace both.

Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: my tricity bendix electric cooker/oven trips all electrics

H iyou can get the electrics cheched that will rule that out but it sounds like a short on the oven it could well be the element in the oven which you should be able to replace as its only 3 years old

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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SOURCE: how do I change the fan oven thermostat on

These will give you the basics
1 How to change a fan oven element and How to change a cooker oven fan Motor

2 How to fit a New Thermostat to a Cooker or Oven


If you have a electric Cooker or Fan Oven which is not heating it could be one of the following problems.

3. If you have the opposite problem i.e. your oven is over heating and burning everything then you will need to replace your oven
thermostat



Posted on Mar 04, 2010

SOURCE: Fan oven stopped heating

Hello,
Is the fan working in the oven if not then check if the clock needs resetting.If the fan is working then it is more likely that the ring element around the fan has failed.Check also if the thermostat light comes on,this is an indication it may be ok.

Hope this helps.

Posted on May 25, 2010

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Tricity bendix se211 electric cooker trips all my electrics


The symptoms you describe are a classic example of an oven element heating up, and as it gets hotter, the insulation is breaking down, thereby causing the earth leakage trip to operate.
To confirm this , switch on the oven, and turn all 4 rings on the top to full heat, 2 at a time, let them stay on for at least 10-15 mins, and if it does not trip, then you can be pretty sure it is the oven element(s) that is the problem

It is not likely to be the wall switch, as if it were faulty, i would expect the trip to go right away.
If you want to check further, then turn on the oven again and see if it trips, if it does ,then it is definately the oven element(s) that is the problem.

If it is a fan assisted oven , the element is at the rear of the oven, and possibly one under the base ot the oven. If it is a conventional convection oven, then there is an element at each side of the oven, even if one is faulty, replace both.

Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

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H iyou can get the electrics cheched that will rule that out but it sounds like a short on the oven it could well be the element in the oven which you should be able to replace as its only 3 years old

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