Question about Ovens
ISOLATE THE MAINS BEFORE OPENING ANY PANEL
Remove the rear panel, there is a component with two terminals screwed to the chassis, read whats on it, take a note of the letters and numbers, get a replacement, from a local electrical store, or www.whitegoods.co.uk you will need the model and serial number, this component stops the cooker from over heating, the elements have to be controlled, the second cause is fan running too slow, if the fan does not cause enogh pressure the element will over heat.
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Posted on May 20, 2011
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