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All the knobs and timers are set correctluy but there is no heat. Any ideas?

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You may have a blown fuse or a tripped breaker. The fuses are located within the oven inside the panel.Next, turn off the breakers then back on. Next check the wiring within the control panel. it may be a simple as a wire or 2 has burned off. More than likely you will find this problem in one of the 3 areas I mentioned. Let me know how you do or if you have any other questions.

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