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Heating Elements for oven and broiler do not heat

I have a Thermador X301XP single built-in electric oven. In fact, I have two separately installed. I have checked breaker and power to over and all other function seems to work except I cannot get the oven to heat up. When I set the oven to preheat, it will not heat. When I tried the broiler, it will not heat. What is wrong? Is the thermostat bad or is there an internal fuse?

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There is four crimp connectors on the inside at the element. They can go open circuit. I would check them. There is an interna thermal fuse, when the element blows that usually goes too. Good luck

Posted on Jun 16, 2007


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