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Element is not heating up

My Oven is an Eaton's viking (model SE3007W9) and the bottom element is not heating up. We have checked the fuses and there is one of the two blown for the oven, we swapped the broken and the working one to see if we could get the bottom element to work but still only the top element in the oven got hot :( No one seems to be carrying the element for the 30-yr old oven :( Any suggestions for a fix?

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