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Many of the Pizza ovens require ceramic plates that line the bottom surface of each oven. These ceramic plates absorb the heat and retain the temperature. I never used our ovens with a bare lower surface, always applied the plates for even heat and distribution.
Behind the door latch assembly there is a thermostat with a reset
button on top. When its tripped everything
will appear to work, but just no heat in the oven. Use a wooden spoon
handle to reach behind the oven door latch and push down on the button. Your oven should work after this point.
There is a thermal fuse on the back of the oven that has blown, it is in series with the broil and bake elements so when it goes out neither element will work. You will have to pull the oven and take the back off. the fuse will be behind the rear panel. It usually has to red wires going to it. Once the fuse is replaced the oven should work fine. It is fairly common for this fuse to blow during the clean cycle due to a lack of air flow around the oven.
Hi, If your electric oven is not heating then you probably have a bad heating element in your oven. This is not that hard to fix yourself... Check out this tip that I wrote about the Oven not heating problem..
One of the 2 hot wires is out. Flip (hard) the oven circuit breaker to the off position, and then back on. If it did not help - verify 220-240v between the two hot wires on the terminal block behind the electronic control. If there is less - call electrician.
There is a manual reset button behind the vent under the touch pad. Turn off the power. Open the door. Remove the vent. Behind the latch is a two wire switch. press the red button on it until it clicks. reassemble and turn on power. It over heated when the power went off by stopping the cooling fan.