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Won't heat!!! HELLLLPPPPP!!!!!! My double oven won't heat beyond 200 degrees after using the self clean cycle. uPPER OR LOWER. It's only 4 years old. Digital panel is fine, no error codes. Company coming for C-MAS dinner!!!!

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Re: Won't heat!!!

First, are the burners working right? It is possible that a breaker opened. Cycle your breakers off and then on. Its a shot....

How many elements in your oven? Sounds like one fried. Start the unit with the door open. See which element doesn't glow after a few minutes. Wait for cooldown, open the breakers and then remove it and take it to the appliance repair parts guy to test and replace. should have gotten an error code.

Not that? It will likely be the thermister controlling your temp sense.

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