Question about Belling CookCenter 151 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
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????
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???
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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