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Oven element tripped main fuse box switch

30amp fuse went with a bang halfway thru cooking sunday lunch (stop laughing at the back!) fitted new ggenuiinne nef element from ebay for 20 quid!! That one just tripped fuse box switch (without popping the fuse).
Fitted supplied replacement this time heated up 20mins tripped again!
could thermostat be at fault,or is there any other likley causes ?or should I be more selective of my supplier.gratefull for any advice.
thanks-dave b

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Try running it with the element disconnected, if it does not trip, then element is causing prob.
If it still trips, then look elsewere for prob,.
Please rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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