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I have just moved into a new house with a very old de dietrich built in oven. The model number is 825. The top oven is a "hot air" fan oven, but the fan is only working intermittently and when it does work it isn't turning very quickly. Can someone tell me what could be the problem. Thanks

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Without knowing the make cant tell for sure but it seems like your fan motor is failing and eventually will stop all together.

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These appliances are apparently made by a company based in the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), and
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We don't offer service engineers. Look in yellow pages or ask your oven supplier for a contact. Most Domestic Appliance companies can help you.

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