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Hotpoint sy36x. Replaced faulty element. Oven heats but temperature light does not come on.

Prior to replacing the element the oven would not heat but the temperature light and fan would come on. The element has been replaced. The oven heats and the fan works but the temperature light does not come on.

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  • Tony Howard
    Tony Howard Nov 27, 2013

    Thanks for your replies.

  • Tony Howard
    Tony Howard Nov 27, 2013

    After the element was replaced the oven did heat but the indicator light was not working.

  • Tony Howard
    Tony Howard Nov 27, 2013

    Tested thermostat. It works. Took lid off.The Indicator bulb had slipped out of its holder!

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