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Bake element fell apart. Changed it out with replacement element (Emerson CH 5862 PCN 458580, 240Volts, 2800 Watts) Still does not work.

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As a general rule, when you change an oven element, you should change the thermostat as well as the element failing can sometimes take out the thermostat as well. (Info. courtesy of a NEFF engineer many years ago as they always change both if an element fails).
If you haven't done so, I would suspect the thermostat.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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