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I have an R43 Candy oven that I have recently replaced the element in, it has been working fine for three weeks, now its started tripping the power, when I looked in the back some of the electrical terminals look burnt, I am sure I replaced them the right way round as I marked them all and its been working fine til now ?

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I have recently moved into a Villa where the owner has a Candy R43 and has never used it and when I tried most functions don't work! :(

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