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My tricity bendix oven is in good condition but 17 yrears old. The fan oven is not heating, the fan is turning, but sometimes makes a squeaky noise, and no heat is being generated. The other part of the oven are working ok. Is it worth having fixed considering the age?

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You will to check the fan oven element, it has probably failed.
Disconnect and try , if no fuse blow, then replace element.
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Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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Hello,
Is the fan working in the oven if not then check if the clock needs resetting.If the fan is working then it is more likely that the ring element around the fan has failed.Check also if the thermostat light comes on,this is an indication it may be ok.

Hope this helps.

Posted on May 25, 2010

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The element is almost certainly burnt out .A replacement element is fare cheaper than a new cooker and relatively easy to fit

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