Question about Ovens
Turned my grill on this morning, and within a minute the trip switch went. Turned it back on. The oven is working, and the grill appeared to be on. However it is not heating up. My manual has no advice on replacing parts, or very little on troubleshooting. Is this most likely to be the grill element? Should I just replace this? The manual says if a part is not working it is most likely to be a fuse or limiter. If it is a fuse would there be any power at all?
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Posted on Mar 13, 2010
Hi, most likely to be a faulty element. If the fan is working and there's no heat, definitly is the element. If it tripped the mains, have a good look inside with a torch and should be able to spot either a burn mark, a hole or a bend on the element.
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