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Bake element on oven will not shut off. the light shuts off but the bake element does not

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In order for the element to stay on when the control is turned off either the control has shorted or the contact that the control switch controls has shorted, if the the light goes off as usual it is most likely the contacts in the elements relay that have welded themselves in the closed position but both the switch and relay will need to be tested.

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