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I have a problem with our stove we replaced the fuse cause we thought our front left element heated very low and it still did not work the element still heats low

Weve tried new fuses and element

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Yes if it heats at all it would not be a fuse.You do not advise the vintage or make and model so it is hard to advise. It could be the element control or the element that is bad/defective.

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