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Hotpoint ew83 main oven stopprd heating, fan and light ok but no heat from element

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Hotpoint EW83

1. Safety Fusible Link Blown (O/C) Do continuity test
2. Temperature Control Module Faulty (Heat Sensor)
3. Main Heating Element Blown (O/C) Do Continuity Test
4. Check for damaged wiring due to arcing etc.
5. Fetch the Proff!

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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