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Hello, That is great that the oven tempreture sensor has continuity but you would need to do an ohms test on the sensor itself and it should read at room tempreture between 1000-1100 ohms any less then this and you would replace the sensor. If you did have between the proper amount of ohms on the tempreture sensor you would then look at replaceing the control board but most likely in your unit it is due to a bad oven tempreture sensor. If you have any further questions message me back also make sure you unplug the sensor and the oven before performing this test. Thanks Rick
Look at element. look for cracks. If you have a ohm meter test for continuity. Element probable went bad and needs to be replaced. Easy to replace.You can get new ones online at appliancepartspros.com really good prices.
It is not a fuse issue. Turn off the power to the oven. Remove the screws from the lower element. Pull the element out carefully. DIsconnect the wires. Take a volt/ohm meter set for ohms or continuity. Touch the 2 leads from the meter to the 2 element wire terminals. If you get no reading,replace the element with a new element. If you do get a reading reinstall the element and replace the oven control.
If the fan is working, but there is no heat from rear element, then the element needs replacing.
Remove inner rear cover of oven, you will see the element there, remove, and replace.
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Some fan assisited ovens do have a base element, some do not.
If there is no heat at all in the oven , then it is safe to say that the fan element has gone, replace that first, if it does not reach correct operating temp, then it probably has a base element as well that needs to be replaced, this would mean removing outer oven panels to access it.
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A replacement is usually around $40. There are usually 2 screws holding the element in the back of the stove. Turn off the power and remove the element. There are usually only 2 wires. It really doesn't matter which goes where. Install the new element and see if it will shut off when oven reachers temp. If it continues to heat, there is another piece that needs to be replaced. If there is a contactor or relay replace it, If not the thermostat needs to be replaced. Sometimes when the element burns out it shorts to the ground and fuses the contacts forcing the element to stay on. Sometimes you actually have to turn off the power to the stove.