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I have a Baumatic BT2450ss and the bottom base element needs replacing, i have bought one but need advice on how to fit it?

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The oven cabinet is likely built for several different models, which means that the case could have been built with an extra hole or two that aren't used on your model. This a normal manufacturing technique for mass-product factories. I see from the Baumatic website that several of their models do use a meat thermometer probe, but even if you bought a probe you couldn't use it your oven. Your model doesn't have the correct circuit board and control panel that the oven needs to use the probe. In any case, if you need to order parts from the manufacturer or would like a downloadable Owners Manual for your model, they are available at this website link: http://www.baumatic.co.uk/products/discontinued-models/builtinovens/B185SS-B Hope that helps! ;)

Posted on Aug 06, 2007

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Some fan assisited ovens do have a base element, some do not.
If there is no heat at all in the oven , then it is safe to say that the fan element has gone, replace that first, if it does not reach correct operating temp, then it probably has a base element as well that needs to be replaced, this would mean removing outer oven panels to access it.
Plz rate my soution.
Thanks.

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As long as it is the correct wattage, then you should not experience any problems.

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The oven cabinet is likely built for several different models, which means that the case could have been built with an extra hole or two that aren't used on your model. This a normal manufacturing technique for mass-product factories. I see from the Baumatic website that several of their models do use a meat thermometer probe, but even if you bought a probe you couldn't use it your oven. Your model doesn't have the correct circuit board and control panel that the oven needs to use the probe. In any case, if you need to order parts from the manufacturer or would like a downloadable Owners Manual for your model, they are available at this website link: http://www.baumatic.co.uk/products/discontinued-models/builtinovens/B185SS-B Hope that helps! ;)

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