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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Inside glass of zanussi oven
Works on Zanussi ZBF 660 X Built In Oven.
To remove door:
Not sure if you still need to get your oven door off still but I have the same oven and have spent the last several hours trying to remove it and searching the web to discover how to remove it until I have just discovered a wonderful video tutorial on YouTube www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSzc4Uqbbr8
that discribes exactly how to do it (just copy and paste it into your address bar.
It is the fourth and final instruction in the video but it really is easy.
The hinge is a latching over system type that folds back into the glass apparently.
Just get a screwdriver and where the end of the hinge dissappears into the housing of the oven just flick up the hinge with the screwdriver and the locking mechanism folds back towards you and the glass.
Once both are done just jiggle and pull up the door and it will remove easily....godsend!
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
If the element has failed again in such a short time , then I would suspect that the fan is the culprit.
If the fan is not working, then the element overheats, and burns itself out.
The fact that the fan spins freely, proves nothing, as the fan can be still faulty.
The only way to prove if the fan is faulty, is to remove the oven from the housing, and remove the rear outer panel of oven,.test with a meter set to ac mains and test the fan motor terminals to see if there is power there when oven is set to heat, disconnect the element first. ,if there is ,and the fan is not running then the motor is faulty..
If there is no voltage there, then problem is elsewhere, and you will have to investigate furher.
Plz rate my solution.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
I went out and bought a 4 inch strap wrench from LOWE's. I had never heard of one before. After figuring out from the diagram how to use it, I wrapped it around the glass bulb cover and did a counterclockwise twist and off it came. P.S. I'm a girl so I feel pretty good about that project
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
SOURCE: After using the self cleaning
If you slide your oven out and take off the center panel on the back of the oven you will see the thermal fuse. If it's like mine, it will be located (looking from the back of the oven) upper right hand side. It's an oblong loooking part with two terminals with wires attached to it and two screws holding it on. Once you take it off, you will notice that it is flat on the back side and you should be able to see part # 9759242. Only reason I know this is that I have just removed mine and am going to see if I can find one locally. Same thing happened to mine after putting it in the cleaning cycle to clean up after the holidays.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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