When your cooker trips the circuit breaker, you need to follow this guide to fix it.
The above also applies to the fan element. This is more difficult to get to, as the rear cover plate will need to be removed. You may find that it will be easier to work on the oven with the drop-down door removed, if it is the built-in type. Check your instructions on how to do this, as some hinge mechanisms have a slot in the sprung hinge, that just takes a 1p coin to jam it in the “release” position, so when you close the door, it pulls away. Obviously this does not apply to the conventional floor-standing ovens. Once the rear cover is removed, remove any retaining clips, and unplug the element from its socket. As above check the pins with a test meter for shorts. The normal cold resistance reading for a 2500 Watt element should be around 20 to 25 OHMS. See the COOKER HINTS page (Resistance Measurements) for other wattages and values: click THIS LINK
It is possible that a wire could be shorting to the casework for the circuit used for a particular element or function, and that too will require removal and careful inspection. Thank you for reading my step to step guide Please leave a comment