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Bake oven element blew

The bake element in the bottom of the oven blew put a big hole in the element. I replaced the element and now the oven will not heat up. Could it be the thermostat or a fuse if it is a fuse where would it be located.


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Re: Bake oven element blew

Could be the oven selector switch or the thermostat that failed form thhe element shorting out. You will have to have a ohm meter to check these

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