Question about Ovens
Was there an obvious fault with the original element such as blast mark or hole in casing?
Did you test for open circuit? Other items effecting oven element are fuse, thermostat, timer/clock, door switch. You need to follow through circuit with wiring diagram and appropriate testing device
i.e. multimeter, neon probe.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
is it the right voltage?is the new element screwed tight when fitted?they should last alot longer than that--Ire close bye.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
it has to be the temperature control itself...thats the only other component, aside from the high-heat cut out switch which rarely goes bad.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
You to check the element with a meter to ensure if you are getting a sapply to it, if you are, then the new element is faulty, if no supply, then probably ythe thermostat is faulty, also check for broken or bad conn ections.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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