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My guess would be an underrated circuit, not a short-circuit. The amount of power used (and therefore amperage pulled) by an oven is linearly-proportional to the amount of heat it generates. Thus, if the circuit was underrated, it would trip at nearly the same temperature every time. What is the amperage-rating of the oven, and of the circuit? Also, are ...


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There is a short circuit created when it reaches the temperature, either wires, of the heating element itself is faulty. It difficult to say without inspecting the wires, elements and everything closely really. Since it trips your circuits, then its a fault and not a safety measure(like overheat switch) so be careful, or better yet, don't use it any more



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