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An electrician installed a new element in my electric fan oven. since then the oven seems too hot even on the lowest temp. my cakes come out burnt!! does anyone know what the problem might be? many thanks

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Probably when the element failed the fault current damaged the thermostat contacts. it can weld them together .a new thermostat will be the answer.

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