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Ariston Oven power trip

The oven used to work perfectly, but now it trips the power when I try to switch it on. I have changed the fuse but it is still happening, so it doesn't work.

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Take off the back cover and check whether the terminals on the heating element are touching it. Normally caused by some earth leakage currents flowing from heating element to ground circuit.

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