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Oven not heating

Model#FES365EBC SERIAL#NF64915412. Hi I have power to elements and still not heating. Tried replacing elements and hi limit and even temp sensor and still nothing. Does that mean control board is not calling enough amps? I'm only getting 6 amps. I think its rated at 40. Also the fans are working fine. Any ideas? Please respond. Ty.

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Sounds like the control board relay(s) are defective and not latching,even though when set to preheat you may hear these relays click as though they are latching which they are,but the main relay contacts are burned out and not making connection to let one power phase to the other side of the element to heat it properly,as one side of this element always has power supplied to it,the other side of this element is controlled from the board to complete the element circuit to heat the element,if its good you should read around 240 volts on the element terminals if the relays are working properly,otherwise check each element terminal to chassis ground and see if you get around 120 volts to each terminal on the element

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