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Old 30.09.2017, 21:51
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Ovenelement broken

The oven element isn't working as it should be anymore. Its bent, I also saw a small rupture and it requires prompt change. Can anyone recommend a tested handyman in the Basel, ideally Allschwil area that can:
1. Identify the root cause of the problem
2. Tell us which oven element we should buy and from where
3. do the actual repair and replacement?

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Old 30.09.2017, 21:55
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Re: Ovenelement broken

What type of oven is it, brand?

And if you are renting, this may be something for your landlord rather than you paying for it
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Old 30.09.2017, 22:15
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Re: Ovenelement broken

A lot of these elements are very easy to replace (often even just click-in and done).

What exact oven do you have?

(and if it's a rental place, indeed just call the landlord)
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