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Baking element I have a 30" Frigidare electric range. The stove top works great the boiler wroks however the baking element will not heat up. Help! Pat

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Pull the two screws out of the element (on the back wall) Turn the power off to the oven and then pull the two terminals off the element. Then check the ohms on the element. If no ohms change the element and your fixed. The element is usually always the problem. You can get the element at your local parts store, or at sears online via model number. If you go to your local parts store take the element with you and the model number.

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