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Whirlpool AKZ451 oven not working properly

The fuse tripped while preheating the oven. After resetting the fuse, everything works except the oven will not heat; the grill still works, and the digital display works. I've seen similar problems posted online, but no solutions. Any help would be much appreciated.

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If the fan is still working ,then you need a new oven element fitting, it will have blown, there by causing trip to operate.
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