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I have an Ariston electric oven that seems to get too hot & burns

I have an Ariston electric oven that seems to get too hot - we've already had the thermostat replaced but it still burns a slice/cake after 10 mins of warming and then 10mins of cooking and then shuts of automatically. Help ... I don't know what to do!

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You can try going to a lower wattage element. EX: Our oven can take a 2500 - 5500 watage element. The lower the wattage, it won't heat up as fast/hot.Plus it saves on your power bill over time. Go to the Ariston website, or find your element number and check the web for a lower wattage.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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