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Pushed the bake button and the broil come on

When i first turned the unit on i pushed the bake button, the briol element came on and wouldnt shut off. I tool the mother board out cleaned everything including the pad and put back together. this time the bake comes on when i push the button but the broil wont come on even though the display board says it is turned on

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  • EagleW Apr 17, 2008

    how do i check the control board chip

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May be the control board chip is not functioning properly...

check for the control board

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Understand that I am not a professional, so this answer is subject to revision by someone who is more knowledgeable.

Where I live now I'm on Natural Gas, but in the past I've had electric stove/ovens. Based on my best recall the situation you describe is NOT abnormal.

When in the Broil mode, the Bake element is NOT on, but the Broil element is on FULL-bore to provide that strong radiant heat required for the Broiling process, AND for the good browning /crusting of the product being Broiled!!!!!

On the other hand, when Baking, not broiling, IF the Broiling element were on high it would provide too much radiant heat to the top of the product being Baked, and would burn the top.

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Hello there:
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