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My electric oven wont heat up

Do you think it is the thermastat Are they easy to replace and will it be expensive

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    Raymond Ramirez May 11, 2010

    yes they are. it isnt that bad.if you have your model number and make you can go here to identify it www.techray1.com then click on the guru guy on the left. this will open another window. on the left you can select your model and unit and part. If this helps please rank me

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Check the breaker box first, turn breaker off then on. then try oven again

check the timer, sometimes the timer gets set to delay and oven won't work

second, with oven off trace entire element with finger to see if there are any burnt spots.

if no burnt spots found, there may be a burnt wire leading to element in the wall behind

please, don't forget to rate my solution.

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