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I think my Delonghi oven AOV 842 bulb fused, and it caused the electricity of my house to trip. How do I change the bulb? There seems to be a panel covering it and I can't get to the bulb.

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SOURCE: Oven keeps tripping the electrics

I would suspect that the fan oven element is faulty. what I think is happening , is as the element gets hotter, the insulation is breaking down and causing the trip to operate, it is quite a common problem
You will need to fit a new element.
If it is a fan assisisted oven you will find the element behind a removable cover at the rear of the oven compartment..
Plz rate my solution.
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SOURCE: Bottom oven on Electrolux EOU 6330

Probably a broken bake element.

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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