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No heat we have replaced the element in the oven although the oven is on and the element is on the oven will not heat up.

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I'm assuming that you've changed the element and turned on the appropriate control and it isn't heating.  If so, the control or relay related to it is likely bad.  Did you check to see that BOTH breakers are working?  Did you see if the socket holding the element is undamaged?  Is the wiring to it in good condition?  
Have you checked to see if the high limit element is conducting?    Use your circuit diagram to trace...with the power off.

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