Question about Kitchen Ranges
Hi, **Always unplug the unit or shut off the breaker before attempting any repairs on your own** First thing I'd suggest is you review your owners manual and rule out the possibility the timer hasn't been acidentally set for "auto-bake" or some function cancelling out the bake element. If that is ruled out, lets go forward. Is this a unit where the bake element is visible or hidden ? If you can see it, check for any burnt holes. If you can't, you'll need an ohm meter. It is likely a burnt out/open element. Based soley on the info you provided it doesn't sound too serious, i.e. a electronic clock or control. If you can provide a model number I would be better equipped to assist you. Hope that helps move you forward, let me know. Good luck. macmarkus
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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