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I've had my oven for about 5 years, last year I noticed it was not heating up - did a little checking and the bottom element was bad. Replaced it, oven worked great until a couple of months ago and now it is taking forever to heat up. I've noticed the top element is not heating up, is this common for standard cooking or will that element on heat if on broil?

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