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 Posted: Sat Mar 22nd, 2008 10:22 pm
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So I finally broke down and bought a new control panel, and the oven worked for a few minutes, then blew a big fuse. In checking everything over I realize that now the convection element has blown (the pink & yellow connection that comes from the thermal fuse and goes to the bottom element has disintegrated where it connects to the element). Control panel seems to be fine. Is this likely to be just wear & tear, or could anything have triggered the problem? Can I disconnect the convection element and use the rest of the oven safely until I get a new element?
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or maybe you moved one of the connections during all the testing ?

yes, you can disconnect it, but make sure the wires don't touch anything, or leave it till you get the new element if it's not causing any problems now.

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: or maybe you moved one of the connections during all the testing ?:yikes:who me???

Well OK it's possible!

One final question (and I agree that this might be a really stupid one): The installation instructions talk about setting the oven size (24"/27"/30") Is there an obscure way of measuring this, or is it the more obvious side to side?

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I think "Controller Cavity Size Setting" is the width of the range.

 

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