Question about Kitchen Ranges
Hidden bottomm element not working removed it. It was burned right through. Put replacemnet in and it is not getting hot. What 's up?
Assuming that you installed the replacement correctly, can you check the element with a resistance meter?
It's possible the replacement element you bought was faulty. But first, we want to ensure that the oven is otherwise functioning correctly. You'll need that resistance meter to check continuity along the red wire (i'm presuming) that connects your top and bottom element to your selector knob. Also make sure there are no internal fuses in your oven that may have blown.
Please remember to turn the oven off at the breaker board before working inside it.
Hope this helps, let me know.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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