Question about Stoves 720EF Electric Double Oven
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like the thermostat has gone faulty or lazy. As a check, I suggest you buy the round oven thermomater from Lakeland - I think it is about £5.00 to see what the actual temperature is being achieved. Also check the sensor in the oven. It is the long thin tube located at the top rear right hand side of the oven above the circulating fan cover. The sensor should be clean and bright not covered with grease etc as this may cause incorrect readings. Don't attempt to clean it manually as it is fragile - use a brush on cleaner - again from Lakeland and follow the instructions on the label. If you have to replace the thermostat you will have to take the whole oven out of its kitchen cabinet - the handbook tells you how to do this.
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