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There are many reasons why the element in the Lincoln oven could not be coming on. The first one is that it could be that the oven temperature settings is bellow room temperature or the probe is not functioning. Secondly the heat relay contactor could be faulty, Thirdly it could be that the oven element are faulty or the wiring connection from the relay contactor to the elements could be open. Lastly you need to to check that the air pressure switch is working and not clogged with dirt otherwise check that the blower motor is working. all that could render the elements not working
if the unit is tripping fuses then there is either an active or neutral fault in most cases the fault is a ground fault cased by a burned out heating element check the elements for cracks and burn marks if you find one replace the element
best of luck to you
p.s regardles of the fault in this case its not expensive to repair its a common and east fault to have repaired
You can find it at Heritage Food Service Equipment. You motor is MOTOR,240V 50/60HZ, (2 Speed, 1/3 Hp.)
The part number was 00-358516-00002 but has been changed to 358516-00002 and it list at $557.10. Heritage's wed address is http://www.hfse.com/ .
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if the heating element "rod" doesn't turn orange (hot) when it's on it's bad so; remove the heating element and get a new one from an appliance parts site on the web and install it don't forget to unplug the range first!