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This clicking sound.. If it is coming from the control panel area could be indicative of a relay that is malfunctioning. For giggles try the oven on just broil. See if the upper element comes on and stays on, or if it too shuts down. If it stays on then you most likely have a bad control board. If it shuts off like the bake element and does not come back on, I would carefully inspect your power cord and cord connections as well as the range outlet. Good luck!
the burner element iside the oven(the rod that glow,s orange) is burned out,even though it glows and the oven is warm,the element is worn out and has to be replaced,unplug the oven,shutt off gas supply to oven,pull off back cover youll see the rod coming thru each end of the rod will have 1 wire unplug the wire off the clip,go back to the inside the oven follow the rod to the back youll see 2 screws holding the rod unscrew and pull rod thru,easy job and elements arent exspensive,but make sure to unplug oven,and shut off gas
If your oven has the hidden bake element then it is probably working properly. A standard oven with an exposed bake element will usually take about 12-15 minutes to preheat. The hidden element models take a little longer but they usually heat a little more evenly.
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