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Bottom heating element in oven is not working - broiler works

The oven is only heating up to 270 and it appears that the lower element is not working at all. Do I need a new element or is there another problem? Everything else appears to be working on the unit.

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    did you ever find out what the problem was? mine just started to do the same thing. i took the element to a appliance part shop they tested it and said it was fine so i dont know what the problem is jbob1315@yahoo.com

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