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If it is a electric fan assisted oven, and the fan is working o/k, then it is likely to be a faulty oven element.
This is usually located at the rear of the oven compartment behind a removeable cover.
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a couple of things to check--are you baking more product than usual at one time?does your oven have a load control dial?if so the dial could be set wrong or inoperative.if your baking to much product than normally the excess moisture could cause this.has any electrical work been done to the oven or its power line.is the fan running clockwise?when you look at the fan do you see a tube in front of it?if so check for a blockage (tinfoil).lastly you could have a bad heating element.