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The bottom oven is not heating up. The Fan is working but there is no heat

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Re: oven not working

Chances are that the element is bad but with out more info on like what kind of thermostat you have if digital display if any codes like f-1 show this would be first thing i look at check power at element 220 volts should be at element if so element is bad (replace) is not you need to find the wiring diagram and follow it back and check voltage and ohms you will need a volt ohm meter for this.
good luck

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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