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Bottom element burned out, replaced with a new one

The bottom element burned out, we replaced it but it still does not heat. Is there something else that needs to be replaced? The old element actually had a burned out spot

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  • Tony Palesano Mar 07, 2008

    The broiler is working, but we will try the bake element to see if that helps. Thanks

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There does appear to be a high limit thermostat located on back wall, diagram not really clear where but would be wired inline with the bake element . if thats blown there would ne no bake/ probably no broil either

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