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Oven does not heat up to set temperature

My smeg C9GMXA oven does not heat up to the desired temp. If I set it on 250degrees it only gets to around 100 degrees I have checked bothe elements and they test 33 ohms each, and have no sign that they have blown, however one element doesn't seem to be heating up. Could this be a thermostat problem?

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  • David Stevens Jul 11, 2013

    the element tested fine, but didnt seem to be heating up which makes me think it isnt getting a signal to turn it on?? please help

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