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Oven temperature fisher paykel

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I have a fairly newest electric oven fisher and paykell, it has two knobs a temperature knob and select your bake knob. (2.5 years old)

The fan force and fan bake doesn't heat up at all, although the grill seems to work and the bake.

I do recall seeing a blue flash one night when my husband was cooking, could that have been a fuse or something?

Thanks

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Benypeny what that flash was from what I have seen over the years is your heating element on the back wall burning out. Remove the cover and you will see the element is no longer in 1 piece.

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