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this is easy and cheap take the plug out and turn the machine round and take the back plate off and there should be a out side stat with 2 or 4 wires going to it ok not the heater which has only 3 wires ok hope i have helped you
this is easy and cheap unplug the machine and turn it so you can see the back unscrew the back plate and down on the right there is a out side stat it has 2 or 4 wires going to it not the heater which has 3 wires take to a shop and ask for a new one and all done ok
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If it turns off after it has been on a while, then it could be caused by overheating due to failure of the external cooling fan.
The fan is designed to prevent the oven overheating, and failure of the fan causes a safety thermostat to operate and stops the oven from working.
You need to access the fan to check that it is working.
It is usually located at the top of the oven at the rear, and entails removing the top cover and the back cover possibly depending on the model number.
What you are looking for is a cylindrical type fan about 8" to 12" long, again depending on model.
Hope this helps solve your problem.
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You will have difficulty in obtaining a wiring diadram, as they are normally only available to their own engineers.
However, from what you say about your oven, I would say that you probably have a faulty thermostat, as this is about the only thing that makes it overheat. If you can hold of an oven thermometer and establish how much it is overheating by, you may be able to compensate for this by turning down the temperature setting.
Hope this is of some assistance to you.