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Element on electric range

One of the elements on the range does not heat up, there may be a fuse that I can change. Can anyone tell me if there is a fuse I an change?
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Re: Element on electric range

These units are not fused. Everything is controlled at the control panel via relays. To assist you in finding the problem I need to know which element is not working.

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