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Electrolux cooler fan

The cooler fan will not turn itself off, I have checked the wiring and found the thermal overload which is directly wired to the coolin fan burned out, would this be why the fan is not turning off.

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Re: Electrolux cooler fan

Absolutely, Never registers when the oven is below a certain temp to shut the fan off. It always thinks it's too hot and the fan will continue to run

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