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Don't know how long ago you posted this but I have the same issues! The left hand dial deals with function and the fan oven setting is 2nd one. The grill setting is the furthest one round...I think. The right hand dial is temperature. 180 is at about half past. 200 is at about 40 mins past if you get my drift. All this I have kind of figured out through trial and error... Now I've just got to figure out how to change the light bulbs....
i dont think its just yours, ours has exploded in the last 20mins. I cleaned it 2 days ago with mr muscle and put it back together properly.
after googling new world oven smashing loads of people seem to have the same problem too.
Your oven thermostat has gone faulty. You need to unplug power from the wall. Remove panel that allows access to oven thermostat, Remove knob and see what type of retaining method it has to secure it to the oven. (Does it have a nut or does it have 2 screws holding itself in position.?). How thick is the dial shaft?(5 or6 or 7 mm.thick). With that information, look now at the body of the thermostat. It should have a number sequence in the form of a sticker on it. Write it down. Phone the spares suppliers and quote them the stove model number with the other relevant items you wrote down to ensure the correct thermostat. Note, never remove wires until you are ready to transfer them one at a time from one thermostat to the other until transfer is complete. Reassemble completely and check.
Unplug the stove. plug back in and program a short clean cycle. If this does not fix it is eithe the selector switch or the electronic control. Verifying the switch contacts with a meter is the only way to be sure. Eric
Normally they are held on with metal clips at each corner, just pull the seal back and unhook the clips to remove the seal..
Re fit by hooking the clips into the holes in the front of the oven, you will probably have to stretch the seal to get it to fit with it being new.
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Steve, I have a PDF of the manual. send me an email to email@example.com and I will reply with document attached.. We recentley moved house and were in the same situation. We contacted Newworld who sent us a paper copy which I have scanned to PDF.