Question about Belling XOU592 / XOU593 Electric Double Oven
I HAVE GOT WATER IN MY OVEN WHEN I CLEANED IT ,NOW WHEN PUT ON KEEPS TRIPPING THE MAINS WHAT CAN I DO..
You could try running a hair dryer or even a heater (like an electrical radiator) in the oven.. BUT be careful.. It's possible you might cause overheating of those items Eg melt something or damage an electrical cord etc. You need to drive the moisture away, so the breaker does not trip. But monitor the process closely, as we don't want a fire. Electricians have a special meter called a megger to test the electrical insulation. We are assuming it's just moisture, not an electrical fault causing the breaker to trip. Most problems like this really need a trained tradesperson to faultfind. Take care please, it can be dangerous.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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