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How Does an Oven Thermostat Work?There are two main systems that control your oven temperature is the conventional type with a capillary tube attached which will be used in conjunction with a selector switch. The other is a pcb (printed circuit board) which uses an Ntc sensor in the oven to control the temperature via
Hotpoint EW74 Top oven thermostat replacement Cooker & Oven Thermostats, Regulators & Switches This video will show you how to fit or replace a top oven thermostat for Hotpoint EW74,we will show you a step by step procedure on the process. We will also show you the cheapest places to buy
Cooker & Oven selector switch and thermostat regulator how they work Cooker & Oven Thermostats, Regulators & Switches This video will show you how Cooker, Oven selector switch and thermostat regulator work. we will show you a step by step procedure on the process. We will also show you the cheapest
How to replace a thermostat in a built in oven or cooker. Cooker & Oven Thermostats, Regulators & Switches In this video I’m going to show you how to fit the oven thermostat in to a built in single electric oven. We will also show you the cheapest places to buy
This video will show you how to replace a fan oven element on a Prima cooker it the same proseses This tutorial can be used on Prima ovens with model numbers. It will show you how to diagnose the fault and how to replace a fan oven element. Prima Fan Oven Element Your Prima fan
followed the continuity test from your videos which was fantastic believe the thermostat is faulty as no reading or beeps compared to the top oven thermostat. It is an EGO thermostat 55.13054.070. Can you please help me source the part as affordable as possible.
my oven is Heating too much, I set the thermostat to say 50 degrees and it keeps Heating and Heating until the oven cuts out on the safety I suspected it has the thermostat as all you have just changed the element, and I may have done some damage to the capillary tube
as per your phone call today I did not know how to send photo of stat with this message so will send by email attachment.
if it will help to find replacement the ref. on stat is as follows
Electrolux Chef I have replaced the fan element and the oven is not heating the thermostat light comes on
Oven is not heating
Hello Paul, Please can you help? The oven above will be 2 years old in October. Just recently when baking cakes in the top oven, (the bottom fan assisted oven is not great either) every cake is under cooked and in general food is taking a lot longer to cook. I have checked the thermostat and the reading is 0.1 ohm. When checking the operation with a Salter thermometer, setting the temperature to 220 deg C with an empty oven, the temperature light goes off when the internal temperature is reading 120 deg C on the thermometer, the temperature continues to rise to 175 deg C when the light comes back on and goes off at 185 and comes back on at 195 and off at 200, it continues in likewise fashion until eventually reaching 220 after 30mins or thereabouts, it then holds steady close to 220. Without the internal thermometer there is no way of knowing when to put food in. The thermostat seems lazy to respond. Another test – When a cake is put in after the temperature has eventually reached 170 after 25mins (set to 190), Putting the cake in the temperature dropped back to 155 after 10 mins the oven control was raised to 180, 3 minutes later the light came back on but went off again at 160 and dropped back to 155 again, After the cake had been in for 18mins, the temp inside still being 155 the control was raised to 190, The cake being in for 30 mins and the internal temperature being 170, the control was put back to 170. At 35mins the temp had dropped to 165, the cake was taken out, looking like it had raised, but sadly finding it sank and had an uncooked layer throughout again. Thank you, Chris
I have an oven that is not heating I can hear the fan running and the little red light is on next to the thermostat.