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Hi I have just replaced the oven element for my baumatic thinking this was the cause of the oven not heating up, but it still does not heat up although the element gets slightly warm. The thermostat clicks when turning to 50 degrees so am at a loss to where to go to next, wiring maybe?

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Try removing the thermostat bulb from the oven and then turning it on. (Observe the elements carefully because they could over heat very quickly). If they do get hot under this condition, the thermostat is faulty and needs to be replaced. This is not a difficult task, just make a note of how the old one came out and replace the new one the same way. Make special note of the wire terminal positions.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

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  • accounts822 Apr 04, 2011

    Sorry for being a complete novice, but i'm guessing the thermostat bulb is on the inside of the oven?

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    Hans Pearson Apr 04, 2011

    Sorry, I should have been a bit more descriptive in my reply. Yes, it is inside the oven and it looks like a piece or tube that has been pinched closed at either ends and has a very thin capillary tube running to the oven switch out through the back of the oven. Remove the oven back plate for access but make sure to switch off the power before doing any work in that vicinity. Good luck and feel free to come back to me if you have any problems.

  • accounts822 Apr 04, 2011

    Many thanks, will post any progress/queries.

  • Hans Pearson
    Hans Pearson Apr 04, 2011

    Got you!

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