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Oven will not heat?

When turning oven selector knob neither oven, light or fan work? only cooling fan and display work.

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  • chris skinner Jun 13, 2007

    hi thank you for your reply! yes did try this automatic clock is not set! think it could be more like an internal wiring problem. connected to the selector knob?
    regards chris

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    When turning the oven knob, it felt like a spring broke and now you can't turn the oven off

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    When I turn the oven on the fan is working but is not heating up

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    function and temperature selector not displaying when knob turned



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You have the oven on automatic in error. switch off at mains. leave for 5 mins. turn on, consult your handbook on how to set clock and having done this, bet it works

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