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Jenn-air stove Model SCE30600B. Won't heat

Got a old Jenn-air stove Model SCE30600B. The oven blew the heating element. Replaced element, but now the element won't heat. I think it might be the relay. Is there a internal test? If it is the relay, do I have to replace to whole relay board or can I just replace the relay? Where can you find the relay?

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Check all the wiring at the main bus, and at the board connections could be a bad board

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