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NO power to new bake element

Replaced blown element ( had a hole in it ). New one does not even get warm,all other elements , broiler, warming drawer, burners, etc. work fine Model # AER5845QAN

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Hi!!! make sure that all hi- limit switches are working.If you can find the diagram look for hi--limit swith they might be bad..Also check the wires going to the control board to the element it might have gotten loose or if not you might have a bad board pc board.Good luck.

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