Question about Kitchen Ranges
You have a faulty connection on a terminal block controlling the power to the elements
It will work until it gets hot due to the current being drawn by the element then will open circuit that is when you will hear the noise
I would suggest that you get an electrician or a domestic appliance engineer to look at it
In light of the age of the cooker a replacement might be in order plus the new ones are more energy efficient saving you money in the long term
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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