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My oven needs a new timer model no Euro ef60ss, where do I purchase one from and i it seasy to replace yourself? Thank you

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SOURCE: Cata Single Oven Stainless Steel EF60SS Can't get it to heat up

Hi Ya
I have the same oven with the same problem.
To resolve the problem you will need to replace thermal switch, which can be found at the rear of the cooker behind the protective cover. Approx at the bottom left corner. It looks like the shape of an eye with to wires. Hope this helps. Kevin Reseigh

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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