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Candy oven FL134 n uk will not heat up! (Since I had a power cut) The grill is working fine


I think that should be checked round heating element (RC) and change over switch (CO).

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Feb 13, 2015 | Candy Ovens

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Why does my Candy oven Model FPP 406/1x trip the RCD in my fuse box after 3 minits warming up?


as an appliance engineer sometimes the oven element can be at fault, although this always the case, it could be the thermostat also as they are both interplay when the oven is heating up, they could both be tripping the RCD as the earth is detecting that electricity is becoming live due to a component leaking electricity.
you could try replacing both of them with caution (turning the electricity off in the house ect.. using safety equipment)

a good site to use for those components is the following;

Spare Parts Accessories for Electrical Appliances QuickSpares

usually if they don't have the item in stock on the website you can use the contact option and they usually respond pretty quickly and let you know if they can get the item ( most likely )

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I need some help please, The bulb has gone in my oven! how do I change this and where would I get a bulb? The oven is a candy and the model number is FPP403.


Most ovens use appliance bulbs that can be purchased at any home improvement store. Open oven and locate the glass protective cover and remove it. Remove bulb and replace w/new one, place protective cover back.

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My candy fan oven has no heat when turned on


If the fan is working o/k, then it is going to be a faulty oven element, fitting a new one should solve the problem.

Mar 29, 2010 | Candy Ovens

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CANDY OVEN


It will be the oven element that has failed, you need to fit a new one.
It is located at the rear of the oven compartment.

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How do a change the element on a candy oven , can't get to the old element


You have to gain access to the element by removing the outer rear panel of oven, if it is built in, then this means removing it from the housing.
Once you have removed the cover, and possibly the top panel, you will see how the element is fitted.
It is a fairly straight forward repair to do.
Please rate my solution.
Thankyou.

Jan 25, 2010 | Candy F248P Electric Single Oven

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Oven not heating but fan working


Candy Oven not heating? How to replace a Candy fan oven element
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Jan 16, 2010 | Candy Ovens

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Volume control candy oven timer


Switch off the oven, leave for 5 seconds and switch it back on.
Candy Customer Services asked for over £100 to have an engineer sent to my house, which I refuse as I thought the oiven was good.
I had to switch off all the electricity in the kitchen but after this 'reset' the oven turned to the normal 'high' volume.

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Candy F254/3X single fan oven, grill works, oven doesn't.


If fan is working o/k, then you need to fit a new oven element
Please`rate my solution.
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