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Wiring on a GE Oven JTP18

I was tightening the wires on the back panel of the key board also cleaning the strip to the panel and now the oven will not heat up. Seems the key pad is working OK. Did I get a wire moved? Check the wiring diagram but everything looked fine, worked ok before, just the f7 code came on thats why I was cleaning ,tightening and also insulated the ribbon conection. No heat. Need Help ASAP before my wife kills mefo meesing up her oven.

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