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Hi, I have a diplomat double fan assisted oven and the element in the fan oven has gone,the bolts which hold the element in however, have a really shallow head on them and when I try to use a spanner or socket to undo them, it slips off the head, any suggestions?

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If you cannot remove the screws from inside the oven, then there is really no alternative than to to remove them from the out side of the oven compartment.
If it is built in, this will entail removing irt from the oven hosing, and removing the rear panel of oven, to gain accessw to the element securing screws.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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