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My oven wont turn on the powers on but the fan won't turn on but all the lights and buttons work and I tried to access the micro switch but can't find it help please as I gotta cook a roast soon

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Your oven fan it is dead.That why your oven is not functioning.By replacing the oven fan,the oven should power up and work and function again.

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SOURCE: My oven keeps turning itself off

the oven may be trying to protect itself because of a faulty device that says "I'm too hot". As electric clothes dryers have a thermal high temp limit switch to protect them, look for this device (may be 1 inch round with 2 wires connected) and replace it

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Check for a bad fan motor or a jammed blade.

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SOURCE: electrolux oven wont heat up after power cut

It may be necessary to actually pull the AC plug out and let it stew for a while.
Many electronic controls lock up with a loss, then return, of power.

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SOURCE: westinghouse 745 wall oven

First thing, remove the plug from the wall power for at least 10 minutes, maybe even thirty minutes and allow it to reset........ if that does not work write me at wbwill@sbcglobal.net and give more model info so I can investigate for you or check out a volunteer site, allexperts.com and you will find me there also.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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On Tuesday this week I had the same problem, purchased a new element, followed the instructions from Apprentice & my cooker is now working again to the delight of my wife & for saving me about £300. Thanks
PeterB

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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