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My delonghi oven is making a ticking noise and with all the switches turned off it's is still heating and rather hot. Won't turn off and cool down

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Sounds like an improperly grounded element in the circuit... If an element or wire makes contact with the metal frame and welds itself in place, the electrical current can BYPASS the control and heat uncontrolled- throw the circuit breaker to interrupt the power.
A thorough inspection must be made of the elements and wiring.
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SOURCE: Rattleing noise when either oven is turned on

It could be a loose screw that has fallen from inside your back panel.... Be sure to turn off all power sorces before you access the panel to avoid electrical shock!

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there is an overheat stat in the oven which turns it off if overheating. the causes are several. 1 - oven thermostat is faulty and oven is reachingf too high a temp. 2 - there is a second fan in the casing to keep the casing cool. 3 - this second fan is turned on by a fan start stat which may be faulty and is not starting the cooling fan 4 - the overheat stat itself is faulty. it is a bit difficult to narrow it down from afar. get back to me if you want

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I noticed your question and I just experienced the same problem. Curious if you found the solution or not, since no one has posted one?

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SOURCE: zanuisi top oven making noise

Yes , there is a cooling fan located at the top of the oven
It could be the fan blades catching, or a noisy fan bearing.
You would have to access it by removing the top oven cover to check., and yes it could be as a result of having it cleaned.
Plz rate my solution.
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SOURCE: Oven blown up??? Is it a simple fuse or is it a big job???

sound like fuction switch has blown apart quite common and the noise is prob coming from cooling fan and not the main one inside.

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