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Cooling fan running continuously

The cooling fan that blows air out just under the control panel is running perminantly - is there a thermostat I can replace?

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  • stusmiley Aug 10, 2008

    creda concept solarglow model-48341. the fans keeps running when the oven is turned off, continously. how can I fix this problem?

    Many thanks Stu

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CREDA Kitchen Range -The cooling fan and oven fan run contiuously when the oven is turned off. The only way at present to stop them is to switch the stove off at the cooker supply box. When you switch it back on at the supply box, both the fans start start running again. How can I fix it ?
Many thanks Stu.

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