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Oven not heating up.


Little light next to switches stays on all the time, (even when unplugged),light and fan in oven work but no heat at all.

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Fault is the circular element found the fan. take back plate off inside oven and element is exposed. often but not always, you can see the damage to the element. element is easy to replace - usually held in by 2 - 7mm nuts on posts from the element base plate

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