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Steps to check element. TURN off breaker that feeds oven. Unistall bottom element in question. With a continuity tester see if element has continuity. If it does not then element is bad, replace it and turn on breaker. If it does you need to call a technician because the next step requires voltage testings that can shock you if done improperly..
You have a heating element out in the unit. This element is located in the bottom of the unit. Unplug the stove and take out all the racks. There should be one screw on each side of the element on the back of the stove (inside of the unit) take out the screw on eack side and GENTLY pull on the element and you will see wires conected to the element. Dosconet and replace the element. You might see that one wire is burnt and not conected. You might try reconcting the wire and testing the unit. If that is not the case then replace the lower element and problem solved. If you have any more questions feel free to ask and I will be happy to help. Good Luck.
Flipped the breaker switch! Although we had looked at the breaker first thing, and it was not flipped off, plus everything else on the range was working: we found out it is actually a double breaker, with one half controlling just the oven, and it can be just partially flipped and you don't notice it. So as soon as you toggle it off and on again, you are back in full power.
I would be looking at the bake relay on teh coven control board. Using a voltage meter test the output voltage when energizing the bake feature. Be sure to remove the bake element wire coming from the bake element to the control. Test this terminal without the bake element wire attached. From the terminal with one meter probe to the neutral on the terminal block (where your cord attaches to), you should read 110 volts when energized and 0 voltge when shut off. What are you reading? If I can help further, I am here.....