Only one oven is working, One oven is not heating (Integrated Double Ovens & Freestanding Cookers)

Last updated 08/11/2019 17:15


If either your top or bottom oven is not working and this is the ovens first use, this may indicate and electrical installation issue. 

On older appliances, one of the ovens not heating is most commonly a fault with one of your oven elements.  Repairing an oven element is a straight forward repair. 

Other faults may need to be diagnosed by our Consumer Services team or qualified Service Technician.

Applies to:

  • Integrated Double Oven
  • Freestanding Cooker with Double Oven


1. New Oven - Check if the appliance is correctly connected to the electrical supply. 

For this you may initially want to contact your installation contractor. 

2. Older appliances - Speak to our team who can diagnose the fault and arrange a repair.

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Appliances covered by a warranty are eligible for a free repair if the appliance has a manufacturing defect.  

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Out of warranty? Not a problem. We can arrange for a technician to repair your appliance for a fixed price where call out, parts and labour are covered without the worry of unexpected additional costs. Alternatively we can repair your appliance for a monthly subscription with a repair and care plan from Domestic & General Ltd.

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