Question about Ovens
Sounds like you had an element burn out and tripped a breaker.
Find the breaker to the oven. If its tripped it should be in the middle position, not "off" they are sometimes easy to mistake for being on.
If you have a volt.ohm meter we can doagnose the problem and confirm if it is the element or not. (90% chance thats it.)
They are fairly easy to replace and usually pretty cheap.
But before you buy parts, make sure if its still under warranty or not. If it is, it could save you some time and money.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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