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Fitting Zanussi element on Baumatic oven

I have a baumatic electric fan oven B205ssa and the element has broken. I have a new on but it has four mounting strips on each end of the element instead of the two from the original (not including the earth). I have attached the wires on one fitting on each side of the element but it is not heating. The element part number is ele6336. Ta

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SOURCE: fan oven not heating up

If fan is working then the element has probably gone

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SOURCE: Baumatic fan assisted oven not heating up

The oven element has failed, you need to fit a new element.
It is a straight forward repair to do.
Remove inner rear panel of oven, you will see the round element at rear.
Unfasten element, detach wires, and fit new element.
Refit rear panel, and test.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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SOURCE: baumatic oven not heating up. Grill and fan fine.

if it is the b180, the answer (having just fixed this) is really simple.

The coily bit is the oven element - it will have gone. A new one from eBay cost me about 6 quid.
[WHEN IT ARRIVES !]

Turn the power off.
Inside the oven use a philips screwdriver to remove the 4 screws (KEEP THEM !)
You will see a coily thing and a fan.


You unscrew 3 more screws (2 on the left and 1 on the right).
(KEEP THESE TOO!)

now ... bit tricky, have the new one inside the oven and take each wire off one at a time and put it on the new element.

Screw it back on but DONT put the last panel back in.

Turn the oven on maximum for about 2 minutes and see it glow red.

Turn the oven off. Make a cup of tea and have a couple of biscuits while admiring how good you are and waiting for the element to cool down!!!

Put the final panel back in place. Whole thing (including a cup of tea) takes about half an hour.

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

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