Question about Belling Ovens
1. remove element, check the voltage should be about 220 volts across the wires.(warning this can KILL YOU have somebody that knows what they are doing check it) remember to turn on at knob when ready and turn off too!
2. if no voltage, check breaker, or check it first, some may have a 110 curcuit for lights and a 220 for elements
3. if voltage is there the element may still be bad, if it was checked with a ohm meter, reading may have been bad, but looked OK.
4. If other elements work I would check switch next with the volt meter not ohm. incoming and out voltage.
Thermostat may have went bad.
5. replace as needed.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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