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Electrolux oven wont heat up after power cut

Hi as it says above, we were cooking a roast this afternoon aqnd the power to the house suddenly tripped out. the oven timer needed resetting and there was some heat in the lower oven and the top oven appears to be fine.

have tried turning it all off and re-doing it all buyt does'nt seem to be working

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Hi i have an electrolux oven it has stopped heating the top fan works but the main one does not the light or the oven grill also wont work can anybody tell mme what part i need thanks there is no clock to set on this model thanks again

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It may be necessary to actually pull the AC plug out and let it stew for a while.
Many electronic controls lock up with a loss, then return, of power.

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Hiya
sounds like the fan element could have blown, causing the electrics to trip out. best thing to do is remove all the racking
and then the rear panel that covers the fan and element. if he element has blown most of the time it will be visible.


hope this helps

please dont forget to rate the helpfulness of this reply thanks kj

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    kevin mcdowell Aug 03, 2008

    PLEASE REMEMBER TO SWITCH OFF THE POWER FIRST

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