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at the back of the oven is a over temperature protection fuse . you will have to replace it . And the reason it blows - is when the oven overheats as a result of your thermostat is U/S and most probably have to be replaced as well .
You need to determine if you are getting a mains feed to the fan motor, if not, then you need to trace the wires bcck to source and work from there,
If you are getting a 240 volt supply, then the new fan is faulty.
Hope this helps you.
i have a defy gemini petit chef thermo fan oven.I only used it for about 20 times the warranty is over the fan works but the elements are not getting hot both the grill and bake.could you please tell me what the problem could be
First, try to clear the code. To do this you must push and hold # and 'cancel' at the same time until the screen asks for an ID code. Then type in (using the key pad) S1234 (you get S by pressing 7 five times) Then simply press 'clear all' and the code should disappear.
If that doesnt work then pull the oven from the wall by removing the door and unscrewing the stainless steel trim. Pull the oven straight out and attatch the pull handles to pull it completely out. Next, place the oven on a secure stand (such as a milk crate). Then turn off the breaker to all electricity in your kitchen and confirm the power is off. Then, using a 'Torx' brand bit, take off the sheetmetal cover on top of the oven. Download a service manual to your oven and check power to the fan as described in the manual. You can find service manuals on the web (do not use owners manuals) Next, check power at the Hall effect sensor as described in the manual. You just need a volt-ohm meter to do these tests. The manual describes it well. If these tests confirm the fan is not defective, you need a relay board. Dacor part #101559. I got one for $165 last week from Dacor. 99% of the time this is the problem and the boards are even back-ordered. Dont be critical of Dacor, the ovens work well. My advice is just to buy the extended warranty when you get one. Like any high performance machine, they run well if cared for by experts.