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My Kuppersbusch oven fills with steam during cooking a joint and roast potatoes come out soggy . What am I doing wrong?

I'm cooking on the Fan setting - should I be using top and bottom heat instead?

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the ring element may have blown. if it works ok with the top and bottom elements, (the convection oven) then it is likely the element surrounding the oven fan.

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