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Unplug the stove from the outlet or turn off the circuit breaker to the stove at the service panel.
Remove the elements (coils) in question; (The coil elements pull out of their socket connections) Do they show any visible signs of blistering or breakage? Replace them.
No visible signs of damage, use either an analog or digital multimeter to perform a continuity test.
A continuity test will determine if a continuous electric path is present in the element or not. If continuity is present, the coil is okay. If there is no continuity, the electrical path has been broken and the coil will have to be replaced.
Set your meter dial to the Ohms scale, lowest setting.
If using an analog meter, you'll first have to calibrate the meter by touching the tester's probes together and adjust the needle to zero.
(You don't have to calibrate a digital multimeter the same way you would an analog meter, for obvious reasons)
Proceed with the test by placing one of the meter's probes on one end of the coil element's terminal and the other meter probe on the other terminal end of the coil. If you get a reading of 0-50 Ohms of resistance, the coil is okay.
If there is no needle movement on the analog meter or no change in the digital read out, the coil is burned out and will need to be replaced.
I have the issue as well, seems like when I use the convect. feature. I have not called to have it serviced yet, but I have found that opening the oven door and truning the fan on for a few minutes, corrects it. At least until you turn it off again.
there is no real way to reset it you reset it when you turned the breaker off, It sounds like the EOC (electronic oven control) is faulty. I would just keep reset it and keep doing that to bake the turkey how hot will it get before it buzzes? is it showing any error codes?? F1, F2, F3 etc.....