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I have a hbn13n5.1b. The main oven temperature control knob has stopped working properly. I know there is no threads but it seems to have wrung its threads. You can turn the knob 360 degrees and further. As a result we cannot turn the oven off as the selection you make is not accurate. It has got to the stage where the main oven is in the on position and we cannot turn off. Also...When we turn it off at the mains and back on, set the time, which automatically turns the oven on, then turn it off at the mains, it throws the trip!. Any advice welcome

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there is an overheat stat and this is operating and cutting out the oven. the causes are several but here are the main things to look for: oven stat is faulty causing the oven to overheat. you should check over the range to see if stat is reasonably accurate. overheat stat itself is faulty. there is another stat which turns on the casing fan. (this is the fan which is out of sight - not the fan inside the oven) if this stat is faulty and not turning on the casing fan, then the overheat stat will operate. the casing fan is faulty or jammed. lack of ventilation. see if you can narrow it down a bit and get back to me if you wish

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try pressing the oven regulator knob for a while 3 to 5 seconds on ignition its a safty thing so kids cannot gas themselves all cookers have them. you have to hold it in.

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