Question about AEG B1180-4 Electric Single Oven
Is it possible to bypass the 4 wire toc and if so how is it done, there is 2 blue and 2 white wires??
Your heater is probably equipped with a bimetal thermal switch to prevent overheating and, if it is like most made in China now, it is defective or at least highly inaccurate. Look for a thick (4-5 mm), button-like device customarily with two terminals and a diameter of 1.5-2.0 cm.
Bypassing it will expose you to a loss of hearth and home if the regular control cicuits fail.
Rather try this; locate the device, use a metal shield to divert some of the heat which will allow it to serve its original function as a safety.
This point of failure is shared with a majority of drip coffee makers that fail way too early.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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