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your insulation on the wire may touch the element and melt back but I have never seen it burn the big deal to watch out for is no loose wires that could touch the side of the oven, that could cause an arc and dammage both the wire and oven, If the wire is covered just a few strands of the Hitemp insulation loose I would use it, Remember the first time you ...
My suspicion is that it is a faulty igniter (glow coil) in the oven. I had the same problem with my NXR oven. At first the circuit breaker would trip somewhat unpredictably while the oven was on. I had a service technologist come out who could find nothing wrong with the oven. After a few more weeks the circuit breaker started tripping fairly ...
The bulb, if it is rated to be used in an oven, will function without a glass cover. The reason for the tempered glass cover is to protect the bulb from damage due to pans and trays and also it keeps it clean from hot liquids. To save yourself the hassle and expense for replacing the bulbs it would be wise to order a replacement cover.
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