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New installation, does not heat

Put it a single over JT915, hard wired with 12 guage to 40 amp breaker. All the controls seem to work, including convection and self clean, but the heating elements do not come on. Neither bake or broil make the elements come on. what gives.

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Re: new installation, does not heat

I think your ignition does not work.
Is this a brand new oven ?
Does it have a stove on top ?
does the stove work ?

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