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Have you seen any flashing lights/error codes ?
The thermostats have to be removed and then tested for open circuit.
Please IGNORE the PHONE CALL request.
That is auto generated and not sent by me.
Sorry I mean the old ones.
And have you seen any errors/flashing lights earlier ?
No problem, let me know how it goes.
OK, Thanks for that.
Check the IMAGE, part#517 and part#518.
If these are the thermal limiters you have tested, you will have to unplug the appliance then remove the parts and then test them with a multimeter for open circuit.
It is likely only part#518 is faulty and will need replacement.
Please check and let me know how it goes.
OK in that case the fault is in Selector switch that will need replacement.
The oven heats fine right ?
Check this IMAGE (part#125 is the switch)
If it heats fine then no nothing to do with temperature probe (part#124 in same image).
You may test it with a multi-meter if you want, if it reads 1000-1100 ohms then it is fine.
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I still see the question is open so, wanted to check if all is good ?
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Hi, I tried calling but it seems the call is not going through.
You may post back here and let me know how it goes.
Check this VIDEO and follow the instructions to test the temperature probe.
Yes but you dont have to test the sensor, you have to test the connections.
Check this IMAGE.
Anyways, if you have checked it and its open circuit then it has to be replaced.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Yes, unfortunately it will need replacement.
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