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Daniel, Home Appliance Technician
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My kenwood kd150 oven has one fault. top oven is ok its the

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my kenwood kd150 oven has one fault. top oven is ok its the bottom oven, it works on all settings except fan and heat, fan goes but no power at element, have renewed regulator switch block it has a lot of wires going to it and also thermostat.

Have you actually tested the fan element itself to make sure thats fine?

Customer: replied 2 years ago.

fan is going but no power going to heater element it was working ok when oven was out of tower and sitting on a chair but when put back up into the tower it wasnt

Ok so theres no power to the heater but there is to the fan is this correct?Are the other settings heating up ok in the bottom oven? Also did you actually test the heater element with a multi meter for resistance?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

no1 correct no2yes no3 no dont have one only a screwdriver for electrics


Ok im afraid this isnt making sense as a fault.

As if the switch and thermostat has been replaced and the fan runs and the other heat setting work then the fan oven should work unless its faulty. As the heater only gets its power from the selector switch. So as thats new it rules the switch out.
As the other heat settings work then we can rule the thermostat and a thermal cut out as well.

This is all pointing towards a faulty heater element. Are you able to get access to a multi meter to test it? As this will show you if its faulty stright away as its all sounding like the heater element is the issue here if all the rest work and the switch and thermostat has been replaced as there isnt anything else it can be im afraid.

Customer: replied 2 years ago.

cant understand why heater element works on other settings but not with the fan going

The other setting is convection which uses different heaters. That setting uses the outer part of the top element and a base element under the cavity of the oven. Were as the fan setting uses a different element which is aroun the fan itself.

If you remove the back panel inside the oven there you will see the other element around the fan there.

Thats why the other setting work as they use a different element then the fan assist setting.

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