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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will probably find that it is the oven element that needs replacing, located at rear of oven compartment behind rear panel.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Probably due to a fault on the oven heating element. Check continuity and earth with a multimeter if you can but it's odds on you will need a new heating element.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
Error Code F04 is due to the mismatch between the incoming line voltage and the voltage setting of the oven. To correct the error code follow the instructions given below : a) Make sure the line voltage corresponds with the setting of the oven. The voltage selector is located at the back and consists of two plugs. The white plug sets the oven for 208 V and black plug (or white plug with a black dot) sets the oven for 230 V. b) Make sure the line voltage is within +/- 10% tolerance. This is especially important during summer months, where line voltage has tendency to drop. c) If both steps above check OK, the error(s) may be caused by defective controller (DPU) board.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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