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Broken oven element

Bottom element brokenin 90 cm single electric oven Second time in five years. Where best to get replacement? Can't get an answer from my contact at Lofra in Italy

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    When oven is heating up chemical or electrical smell is coming from the lofra oven or possibly from the back of the oven

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All sorted now. Found a company in Liverpool, very helpful. Posted replacement today.

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