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Ge electric broiler inoperative

Merry Christmas!
My JBP26GV3 electric oven broiler and temp sensor went out. Replaced both. Temp is now good but broiler and self-clean won't work. What's the next step?
From what little I could find, it might be a fuse on the mother board. 
- Peter Birren   Elk Grove IL

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Re: ge electric broiler inoperative

Link to manual
check page 22 for self cleaning oven
(door is latched )
make sure clock and timer are operative

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