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Model KERC607HBL4 stove top works but neither oven element works. Tried replacing control board but did not help.

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  • damej Jul 24, 2009

    Which switch are you referring to? At the control board?
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Test the elements for continuity. It is rare that they are both out at the same time. It is also possibly a bad switch. Check that the switch is receiving power and that power passes through the switch to the elements. If you have an electrical test meter, this will be no problem for you to check. If not, they will usually test them for you for free at an appliance parts supply house (and of course sell you the new ones!).
Best regards, --W/D--

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