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First need to see if supply voltage is correct.
Verify oven probe sensor to the thermostat Is working properly? (usually done by Ohm test)
Thermostast offer an option for calibration?
Also have you verified actual oven temperature with an external thermometer?
most ovens use a cut in limpet themostat(sometimes called button stat) typically normally open and closed at 40deg c. it will be this that will be not resetting to the open position at room temp. on rarer models the timer controls the cooling fan. some models of aeg and electrolux have a thermal delaying device located in abulb in the wiring loom. hope this helps
Assuming the fan is working, then are a couple of possibilities.
1- the oven element is not working.
2-the themostat or regulator is not controlling the temperature properly.
If you put your hand in front of the blower fan, you should feel hot air blowing, if you can't, then it is probably the oven element that has failed.
This is located at the rear of the oven compartment behind a removeable cover.
Hope this helps.
Hi, the fan is one part and the bulb another. They are not connected. If the bulb isn't working simply unscrew the bulb lens and replace the bulb. About the fan motor, sometimes they cease up because the build up of grease at the back of the oven. You can try to remove the insid back plate that covers the element and fan, and try to rotate the fan manually. Try to clean it and test again. Last resource, it needs a new fan motor.
Hi, its likely that the fan motor isn't working. (most times is just build up of grease) If you're good with DIY, remove the inside panel that covers the element and the fan, undo he nut CLOCKWISE, pull the oven out, remove the the back cover, remove wiring from fan motor, clean the motor with WD40, and give it a few turns to see if turns freely. Reserve the process.