Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have recently replaced the oven/grill element as the old one failed. The grill part of the new element works but the oven part of the element does not heat up. I noticed on fitting that there are only 3 wires to the 4 connections. Could it be because of this? I t means that this oven relies on the base element to heat up so never reaches a very high temperature.
How easy is it to fit a new grill element. The element on the left hand side of the grill is not working so I need to replace this. I'm just wondering if this is easy to do myself or do I need an
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Do anybody no where i can get a grill element for a bush cooker ( ae56sw ).or one that will fit my cooker..........
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