Recently, my Hotpoint oven disrupted the power supply. It functions on one setting and the grill operates, but with the fan oven, despite a running fan and illuminated thermostatic light, it lacks heat. I suspect the issue lies in the fan element.
Before disassembling, I seek your opinion. Could you provide guidance for removing and testing or replacing this component? Additionally, advice on examining other elements would be appreciated. Thank you for your time; I eagerly await your response.
My model number is
Hotpoint 9 SI9 891 SP IX Electric Single Oven Built-in

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