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Oven switches 'itself' off without the timer

The oven switches itself off after a non-consistant time ( anything between 10 & 40 mins )or temperature ( without the timer being activated ), the element,fan and light stop working although the 'Power' light remains on? It then switches itself back on after another non-consistant time (anything between 5 & 40 mins )

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  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    When grilling, the oven switches itself off, and will eventually switch itself back on. We don't know how to stop this happening - any advice would be great.

  • Miles T Dec 05, 2007

    Exactly the same problem

  • PAT_K Dec 06, 2007

    When the temperature is set (any temperature) and the time is set the oven switches itself off after 20 minutes. The element,fan and light stop working although the 'Power' light remains on? it does not switch back on.

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2007

    oven knocking off when it gets to certain tempature ,when not set on timer ,light and fan also go off.

    comes back on by its self after so long !

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2008

    Much the same problem, at first thought it was energy saving, but food doesnt cook!!

    Does anyone know what the problem is and how to fix it?

  • julianhodgso Jul 17, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem with the EOB6632. I have contacted Electrolux's customer services. If they come up with a fix I will post it here.

  • lcb501 Sep 14, 2008

    Same problem here.



    Any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    how does the automatic timer work

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    My oven on my westinghouse oven Saturn model 4u603w*40 is not switching on due I think to my fiddling with the timer which I wanted to use

  • Andrew Otayco
    Andrew Otayco Aug 31, 2018

    My Electrolux gas oven switches on but if you released the switch push button it turns off....the upper portion of the oven used for grilling functions well...what could be the problem...thanks

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I sorted it it is a simple solution, if you take the top of your oven you should see the problem...it will be big and black..dont spend a ortune getting it sorted i brought the part off ebay for less than a fiver.. just cant remember what it was called..very simple to fix though.  Mike

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2009

    http://www.exsparetise.com/pdf/2007March... page 2 at the bottom is what you need.


    I found the link in my favourites its called a thermal cut out switch.


    email me [email protected] if you need any further help. thanks mike

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Ihave the same problem i am an electrican and when i opened the top i found a small insulated plastic tube with two thermostats in side burned one of them was burned out,this assembll must be replaced with a new one ,they are all push on connections and are easy to replace turn the cooker switch off for obivious safety

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The oven switches itself off after a non-consistant time ( anything between 10 & 40 mins )or temperature ( without the timer being activated ), the element,fan and light stop working although the 'Power' light remains on? It then switches itself back on after another non-consistant time (anything between 5 & 40 mins )

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