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AEGB1180-4 overheating/cutting out

I think 'colburn' has answered this one wrt to cooling fan controller. My problem is similar/identical as described previously. When hot the oven control cuts out until the oven cools then works normally. Question: how easy is the control unit to replace? and where can I obtain the part? Thanks in advance

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  • Scott Muller Jul 12, 2007

    Pilky,
    thanks for the suggestion. i replaced the thermal overload cutout, and the oven works. The old one was charred.
    If it goes again I will bypass as you suggest.
    Thanks

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It is not the control unit. Remove oven from housing, switch power off and remove either the top panel or the back of the oven You will see two wires going to a thermal overload cut out, looks likse a round thermostat. Join the 2 wires togther bypassing the toc, it will now work okay

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