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STOP using the unit immediately. Your plug getting very hot indicates a very poor connection somewhere between your outlet and the oven switch. This is definately a fire hazard so do not use the unit until you have found and fixed the problem. It could also be the outlet itself not making a good connection with the plug. Look at that first. If the plug doesn't fit tight in the outlet, the outlet must be replaced. If the plug is tight, you may have a switch in the oven itself with a poor connection. The oven must be taken apart to find out where the problem lies if your outlet is good. You may find parts that are melted in the oven which would indicate a problem. It's hard to say exactly what the problem is without actually looking inside the oven to see whats going on. Whatever you do, DO NOT use the oven until the problem is fixed or the oven may end up being the least of your problems...
This can be due to three reasons:
1. It can be fault in the wire to the oven, if the plug is faulty or the wire has opened out.
2. Secondly if the switch to activate the heating coil is bad it will not connect the power to the coil
3. Finally if the coil is OPEN , then it can be checked using a multimeter as also the wire connection to the heating coil.
you are correct . it is the convection . the fan blows the air around and away from the elements ,when that is happening the elements can never get hot enough to glow , as the oven gets hotter and at some point the air is so hot even with it blowing the elements will start to get red ... this is good because todays elements are thin and cheep and melt easy so the fan keeps the heat away from them and the elements last longer ...... if this answer helped please rate it a 3 or 4 stars .this high rate will help keep me in the paid answer department ... thank you
I would check the cord or the plug before anything else. Plug another appliance into the outlet if it works try bending the male plugs on the cord slightly and try again. If this doesnt work call the man.