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DeLonghi Debige 2440 Electric/Gas Double Oven Fan Failure Light

Our newly installed never used Delonghi Oven's Fan Failure Light came on the very first time we turned on the lower gas oven. The cooling fan appears to be working because air is blowing out the vent holes at the front of the oven. What should we do? The manual says to turn off the oven and the gas and to call a Service Technician.
Is this something we can check ourselves?

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I had the very same problem. I slid the oven out of the wall about 6" or so, unplugged it, plugged it back in. It worked. I'm not sure if I jostled some connection, or if unplugging/repluging it in reset some sort of circuit fault.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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