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I had this EXACT same problem and the hinge receivers WERE THE PROBLEM!
Easy fix. All you need is a Phillips head screw driver (cross head that is) and about 30 minutes.
1. First off remove the oven door. 2. pull out over so that you can easily access the rear 3. Disconnect oven from the electricity (make sure the mains power is OFF before you do this) 4. Remove the back panel by unscrewing all the screws 5. turn oven over onto its side and remove the bottom panel (more screws) 6. You can now get to the receiver - its held inplace by 1 screw just inside the oven door above the receiver (and maybe another 1 on the side, but i cant remember). 7. Undo screw(s),slide out receiver, replace and put back together in the reverse order.
Honestly, it is very easy (I did it with no help, idea and 1 have 10 sausages for fingers).
Either the seals need to be replaced, or you may have weak oven door hinges, and the door is not closing properly.
Only solution would be to replace both hinges if this is the case.
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Check the hinges at the bottom corners to see if the spring is still connected and see if the hinge is wore out. The door lifts off the hinge when it's in the partially open position after loosening the screw holding the door in position on the hinge. Slide the oven out a little to access the hinge to replace or inspect.
Remove inner rear panel of oven.
Unscrew nut clockwise that secures the fan blade to the motor, undo screws that secure the motor. and replace same. You may have to remove main back panel to access fan motor screws and terminals.
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You should not need to remove fan to access the element fixing scew(s).
You may need what is called a torx screwdriver, if the screws are conventional screws, but some times a small screwdriver will undo them if they are not too tight.
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If there are no screws at the rear of the oven compartment that you can see to remove, then you will have remove the oven from the housing, and remove outer rear panel of oven to access the element.
Check the 4 fixings again, because on some ovens , they are not using coventional screws, they are are using what are called Torx screws, and you need a torx screwdriver or key to undo them.
one element, but you will need to open the rear of the oven to access and remove the 3 screws holding the fan and with a little bit of push and shoving you will be able to remove the screw behind the fan be careful the screw does not get stuck behind the fan. Putting the new element in will require bending the securing bracket slightly but don't worry it will straighten when you replace the screw behind the fan; which is easier to replace than when you remove it