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Hello, we have changed the element on our oven 4 times already and it went again last night, we also have to prompt the fan for it to start spinning, could the fan be the problem? And would that make the element keep burning out? thanks.

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Hello,

were the problem is it from the wire of the oven which supply power over to the oven it self ,it mean that the voltage of the cable is an overload (HIGHER) than the element capacity

what you need to do to resolve the problem of replacement of the element over and over again it to change the wire that supply power to the oven

please when doing this the wire voltage most be same voltage with the element
then for the fan you mention what it need is little service i mean clean up the dust over it then problem on the fan is solve

please when ever you are carrying out this function all sources of power supply should be OFF.

thank you .

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Not sure if the fan is causing the elements to burn out but it sure wouldn't hurt to change the fan & see.

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

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