Question about Ovens
Check the back element to see if it is burnt out ...this is most likley the problem use a flash light to inspect ..to replace the element unplug range..remove racks remove the 2 screws holding the element.. in the back of oven..remove screws on the element to dissconnect the wires ../install new element ..take the back off the range to view all them wires an switches inspect all the wires an switches ..look for burnt wires or broken wires .P/S inspect all wires an connections if bake element looks fine ...good luck ,.let me know if you need more help../joe/
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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