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GE JTP56 double oven controls OK top OK bottom no heat

Top (convection) oven is fine.

On bottom regular (conventional/thermal) oven, ran self cleaning. OK. Cleaned up fine. Next time tried to use, no heat, from either element, regardless of setting (temp, bake/broil).

Started self-clean cycle. Auto locked door. Still feels cool, so no heat again.

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    Sorry, I don't understand. I didn't see a reference to a business card in the solutions? thx....

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