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Electrolux gas cooker thermal cut out

Is it okay to bypass the cut out

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SOURCE: electrolux EOG7330 gas cooker - electric timer fails?

Pull off bottom knob of oven shine torch down at 45degrees u will see a red plate turn off power suply and use a small screwdriver to push the plate turn power back on job done.PS Check all vents are clear to stop it over heating good luck.

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From my experience the most common reason for this failure is a thermal switch for cooling fan. It is located on the upper side between the wiring and its function is to switch off the cooling fan when the temperature drops even though the oven is already turned off. If the cooling fan does not work then it will increase the temperature on the cabinet and the main temperature limiter will switch off the oven.

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