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Circuitry may have gotten tripped during clean cycle. Oven will open and electronics work but neither element will heat.

Whirlpool Oven GBS277PRS01 -- Used self-clean option on oven and it completed cycle. Now, electronics still work, but elements won't heat. Perhaps the circuits got tripped due to the heat? Tried to cut off circuit breaker to re-set, but apparently the outlet for the oven isn't hooked to any breaker (not kidding -- we turned off EVERYTHING). is there a series of buttons that can be pushed to reset the circuitry? Whirlpool suggested new elements but I find it hard to believe they both went out together after the cleaning cycle.

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Baked control module for heating elements. if you have a volt meter, check for power when oven on, if no juice its the control element, if you do get juice then its the elements

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