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Oven not heating up

I think the element on my oven has blown, as fan is working but no heat. Does anyone know if this is a simple job that i could do to replace??? Can the element be replaced from inside the oven or do it mean removing oven and taking rear panel off????

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  • Morph08 Mar 25, 2008

    keith thanks for your advice sorry only got instructions for 151 could scan this if you want if any help



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Easy enough job, you can access the element via the screws inside the oven compartment. Just make sure the unit is isolated at the mains. It is then simply a case of removing the screw that holds the element in and unpluging the spade crimps that connect to it. 5 minute job at the most. Maybe you can help me in return, I have the cookcentre 132wgr but no instructions do you know where I could get some???

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