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Bake element caught fire and when I attempted to remove it, sparks (arc) came off of the connector until I turned the breaker off. Is it normal to have electric/current going to the element after it has been turned off?

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Re: Jenn Air SVD 48600

You could still half 120 volts to the element for safety sake turn OFF

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