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Try this. ANSWER is not specific to your machine.
You dont need the element to be red hot to know its working,
If its not obviously getting hot after 30 seconds its not working.
I dampen a cloth and wipe the COLD element and then watch the moisture dissapear quickly if the element is working.
First, have you recently done a self-clean cycle?
If so we can suspect that the OVER HEAT cutoff switch was triggered.
BUT before we conclude anything, check the broiler element for operation.
If the broiler also does not work, then its highly likely that the overtemp cutoff relay was triggered. This generally requires a technician. BUT
If you have a schematic, it will show if this switch is a ONE TIME USE SWITCH and needs to be replaced, OR if it is a pushbutton resetable switch. In either case the oven needs to be dismantled somewhat to get at the switch... I would call a technicain.