Question about Kitchen Ranges
Check the wiring to the control switch. Located in the back of the oven. You may have a wire burned off the heating element. Turn off the breaker first, then pull the element out to see if the wire is burned off. This is probably the problem.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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