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Belling Format cooling fan

The cooling fan keeps running when all is cooled down. powering off stops it but it can come on for no reason when the cooker is not in use.

Do you know what part this requires to fix? Thermostat,? controller?
Is it a part I can get and will I be able to fit it?

Thanks Martin

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  • m44sel Jul 07, 2008

    Hi tresilla,



    I rang Belling for the part and they said it required a small circuit board part that cost abot £130 and was not available anyway as the cooker is about 20 years old.

    With your knowledge is this right or am I getting duff gen?



    It is the case fan controller I need, The fan keeps running long after the cooker has been switched off and has been known to start for no reason.



    Regards, m44sel

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I assume you mean the casing fan and not the fan inside the oven.
this is controlled by a fan stat which is inside the casing. cheap part and easy to fit. iv forgotten the exact location but remember it located at the top

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  • douglas smith Jul 08, 2008

    some older belling did have a controlling pcb for various functions including the casing fan - didn't realise it was so old. i remember this pcb is located somewhere behind the control panel. might be worth while getting at it to check for damage.

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