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AEG COMPETENCE B1400-1 PNC 944181739

I have an AEG competence B4100-1 oven PNC 944 181 739 which has decided to stop heating up past 50c on the fan assisted program, the light is on the fan still rotates and the coventional cooking still works, could my heating element around the fan have died and is it a part I could fit myself ?
Back ground of when this happened the oven was on for 30-45 mins and this tripped the trip switch on the electrical curcuit.
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