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St George double wall oven DEO 7A,(approx 12 years old) top oven will not heat up to cooking temperature. Everything works fine, fan, light oven turns on, but will only heat to about 60-90 degrees approx

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Merrillie,

we have this problem too on the top oven. I used to work at StGeorge and I'm an engineer, so if I find a fix, I'll let you know.

Simon

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: DEO-6 top oven doesn't heat when fan oven is used

check wiring to cavity air pressure switch terminals eg the two wires should be connected to common(c) and Normally open (NO)

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Some relay contacts can be replaced, and often one can clean them with emory cloth, and restore the operation. If the coil is open, it has to be replaced.
The only place online I could find that has a variety of parts is here:
http://www.stoveconnection.com.au/stgeorge.html
If you have any literature that came with the unit, refer to a support number, if possible.
Otherwise, you might advertise on Craigslist, and hope some appliance shop has it in stock, and surfs the internet.
That's all I could come up with, but hope it helps.

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