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Oven won't heat up

Burners are working fine but the oven won't heat up. It worked fine until I ran the self cleaning

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The problem is most likely the control board. If the oven control looks like it is working fine, but there is no heat, then one or more of the relays on the control board is blown. These relays are undersized for the current passing through them and they fail prematurely. You can replace the control board for about $170 online or just the relays for about $50 if you can solder on a PCB or know someone who can. If you replace just the relays, go with larger/higher current parts so this problem doesn't happen again.

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