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Does the indicator light come on,? If it does your elments are burn,t out, Open up the door end see if you feel any heat at all,At the top end bottom of the oven buy your (Elements) Be carefull not to burn your self. If you don,t feel any heat the elements are shut.End need to be (Replaced) But it is verry seldom that both burn out at the same time. Hope this helps you out.
If the element wont shut off sounds like the oven thermostat control made be faulty, if its a manual knob you use to turn the oven on you'll need to replace it, but if its electronically controlled you'll need to replace what the call the erc or clock.
The lower element is known as the bake element. It is controlled by a bake relay on the control board. Either the relay on the control board has failed, or the element has failed. The most common fail is the element itself. The following link explains how to replace a heating element (if required):
The F3 E2 error code indicates that the electronic oven control board in the range senses an over-temperature condition in the oven.
This can be caused by a failed temperature sensor probe, a wiring problem between the sensor and the control board, or a failed electronic oven control board. If the oven is apparently not overheating when this error code appears, then your likely failure is the temperature sensor probe. If the oven is overheating, then you likely have a failed electronic oven control board due to a stuck relay not cycling the oven heating element off properly.
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If your unit has never been serviced - there should still be an original service manual enclosed in plastic taped to the inside of the shell. In the service manual are Error codes, maintenance procedures, and troubleshooting steps you can follow.
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Unfortunately you can't remove that foil, you will end up doing more damage to the liner. the only thing you can do is replace the liner. And it's a big job, if the manufacture makes a replacement part for your unit, and if they do it will be costly. Your warranty will not cover it.