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kheath wrote:MorningPLUG/POWER OFF is the first rule...
yes, if you remove these screws the element will extract from the front. The wiring is usually long enough to follow the element for an inch or so. If you pull a wire off its an oven out job to recover from the back
Hope that helps.
mrcrow wrote:ps that top grill element...with the screws showing coming through from the opposite side..ie not the heads...is that a pull out job?
Dave_Conway wrote:Nope, that one is secured from behind, ie, the screws enter the element mounting plate from the rear, which is an oven out job.
If it's working, best left alone until it fails really
If you post up the model number of the oven, I should be able to help with part numbers/prices etc for the fan element, not until Wednsesday now though.
mrcrow wrote:homark model no 02 700301
mrcrow wrote:do i need to buy a special 6 pointed star screwdriver to get the screws out or is there a 'tip' on modifying an ordinary or phillips screwdriver to do this job
mrcrow wrote:finally since you mentioned oven out...are the 4 screws which go through the side cheeks into the carcase all that holds it in
gegsy wrote:Im surethe tool you will need is a torx/T20 size, should have no problem gettin one from the likes of Halfords
Dave_Conway wrote:It just so happens we have the element here in the UKW shop.
If you follow this link:
http://shop.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/Cooker+% ... ement.html
gegsy" and "dave wrote:It's called a torx
Im surethe tool you will need is a torx/T20 size, should have no problem gettin one from the likes of Halfords
mrcrow wrote:i see they are in exeter and my old neighbourhood...bridgwater somerset
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