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Elba px 906 oven not warming

I have an elba px 906 oven which doesn't warm up at all, under any of the oven functions. Neither the top nor the bottom elements warm up when the oven or fan oven is turned on. My initial thought was that the element had gone, but the central part of the top element comes when you use it as a grill. So I suspect that the element is OK. My next thought was that the thermostat had gone - but I wonder if this can be the case when the grill element comes on (if the thermostat had gone, wouldn't it stop all electricity going to all elements). My next thought was that the oven function switch had gone - I don't know how to check whether it is working or not. Any advice much appreciated, especially in terms of whether there might be other causes of the breakdown, and how do I check on the oven function switch. Many thanks

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  • david james Jan 19, 2013

    Many thanks for the guidance so far. I have taken the oven apart and the wiring seems fine, as do all the connections. The selector switch seems OK as well - there is no evidence of anything having burnt. The fan continues to turn on under all fan options; the temperature light remains alight under all options (fan and non-fan); the grill comes on under the fan and non-fan options. Am still perplexed and think it is probably time to call in an expert..

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