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The part( s) or condition( s) listed here for the symptom Stove fan won’t turn off are ordered from more than likely to least likely to occur. Check or test each thing, beginning with the items on top of the page.
Most Regular Causes for Oven Fan Will Not Turn Off
Cause 1 Oven Control Board – The oven control panel has relays that manage power to the bake, broil and follower circuits according to the individual setups and sensing unit input. If among these relays shorts out, the control panel might send out continual voltage to the stove fan. Nonetheless, this is hardly ever the case. Before replacing the control board, first inspect the stove thermostats. If a stove thermostat fails, it might trigger the stove fan to run continually.
Cause 2 High Limit Thermostat – The high limit thermostat sends voltage to the stove follower as the oven heats up. If the high limitation thermostat is defective, it might maintain sending voltage to the stove follower after the oven has actually cooled. To establish if the high limit thermostat is at fault, make use of a multimeter to test the thermostat for continuity. If the high limit thermostat does not have connection, change it.
Trigger 3 Thermostat – The thermostat sends out voltage to the oven fan as the stove heats up. If the thermostat contacts are stuck closed, the thermostat may continue to send out voltage to the stove fan after the stove has cooled off. To establish if the thermostat is at fault, utilize a multimeter to evaluate the thermostat for connection. If the thermostat shows connection at any type of temperature level, this shows that the thermostat is defective. If the thermostat is defective, replace it.