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De Dietrich hb2621f21 extract hood motor wiring configuration required

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SOURCE: Why does my De Dietrich oven trip the RCD fuse?

You need to replace the oven element, as this is what is causing the prob.
Please rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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SOURCE: De Dietrich electric oven has power but no heat

hi it is probably the timer not making the switch properly even though it looks like its on stopping power going to the thermostat

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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SOURCE: ELEMENT KEEPS BLOWING

The heater element should have 2 terminals , it does not matter which wire you put on the terminals, as they are both common,
If there is a third terminal, then that will be the earth terminal, which is usally located on the base of the element fixing bracket. so do not get the wires mixed up, because if you are putting the earth wire on the wrong terminal, it will blow.
Hope this helps you sort it out.

Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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Have you checked the exhaust fans within the oven? These can make a lot of noise if something has come lose. They should be located at the top of your oven or on the back. I would check that.
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I already explained, you need to replace the big 1.5uF Capacitor that
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My de dietrich oven is not heating. the light and fan are ok


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How to get the heating element out of the large oven in a De Dietrich DOD348*


If you mean the element at the back (not the bottom one), inside the oven undo a screw at the back to reveal the element, then undo one more screw attaching the element. THEN, totally disassemble the oven, removing all the cladding, taking off the top oven and controls, detaching lots of wires to be able to do this, in order to finally gain access to the 2 little nuts securing the element behind the oven. Then if you're not sufficiently dismayed by De Dietrich's design skills, email their customer service to be given the wrong part recommendation at twice the price of an independent supplier. Finally, buy part from independent supplier, spend several hours dismantling and rebuilding oven. Then it will work. But maybe don't ever buy De Dietrich (Brandt) again!

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ELEMENT KEEPS BLOWING


The heater element should have 2 terminals , it does not matter which wire you put on the terminals, as they are both common,
If there is a third terminal, then that will be the earth terminal, which is usally located on the base of the element fixing bracket. so do not get the wires mixed up, because if you are putting the earth wire on the wrong terminal, it will blow.
Hope this helps you sort it out.

Dec 16, 2009 | De Dietrich Ovens

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Why does my De Dietrich oven trip the RCD fuse?


You need to replace the oven element, as this is what is causing the prob.
Please rate my solution.
Thanks.

Nov 06, 2009 | De Dietrich DOC310 Electric Single Oven

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My oven keeps turning itself off


the oven may be trying to protect itself because of a faulty device that says "I'm too hot". As electric clothes dryers have a thermal high temp limit switch to protect them, look for this device (may be 1 inch round with 2 wires connected) and replace it

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