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Sorry to hear about your oven problem
From the details that you have provided, problem seems to be with the oven temperature sensor that is bad and will need replacement...please click on the below image
however, you will have to test it with a multi meter
if this tests fine then check the thermostat for continuity
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Note that the fault applies to both ovens and developed at the same time. It is unlikely to be simultaneously a fault in both temperature sensors wouldn't you agree? Furthermore the temperature is indicated by the oven and also indicates when the set temperature has been reached (the oven beeps) - so that seems to show that the temperature sensors to be working.
There is only one temperature sensor for both...the one that I have shown you
if that tests fine then it is the main oven thermostat that will need replacement
There are two separate independent ovens which can both be operated at the same time and set to different temperatures.
I am telling you as per the model number from your initial question...AEG D98000VF
and this model shows it is a double oven
Just checked its parts...as both of them continue to heat so the temperature sensors are fine
the fan is working so it is fine as well
Your oven has a fan to draw in cool air at the bottom of the front panel, pass it around the case, and then blow it out at a position towards the top of the oven. This is a completely different fan that is at the back of the oven itself.....This cooling fan is normally controlled by a thermostat which senses when the oven is cool enough, or a timer that runs for a pre-set time after it is switched off to allow the oven to cool.
Let me know if you have checked this as well
Yes it is a double oven. Both ovens can be operated independently and at the same time and set to different temperatures. This must mean that there are two temperature sensors, probably identical, monitoring the temperatures in two different locations. Both of these must be OK I think. What is surprising is that both ovens have the same fault of continuing to heat up beyond the set temperature. I would have imagined that there are separate relays for the heating elements in the different ovens.
I am surprised you mention the cooling fan. Could this really have a bearing?
A bearing on the matter - a figure of speech!
The cooling fan seems to be for keeping the electronics cool - it is a very gentle flow of air.
I was helping you based on the information that you have provided earlier and it seems you know a lot more moreover, you are unwilling to check anything...I will opt out of this and open it to all again...so that someone else can help you...Have a Good Day
With due respect, I have not expressed any unwillingness to check anything. The information I gave at the beginning is the same I repeated in our conversation.
That is a good question. I think that it is only for one oven that the power remained on after switch off however I can't answer this definitely because the cooker is now working normally!
In other words the fault is intermittent. This itself may indicate something?