Question about Ovens
Posted by Anonymous on
This can be caused with anything that heats up ( irons etc ) as they overload the fuse when heating elements are worn or have a bad earth wire which has weakened over time. is it a second hand cooker ? or old house ? its down to power through the wire causing the fuse to trip
Posted on Apr 23, 2015
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