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I have a Kitchenaid kebs277sbl-2 double electric convection on top. After a self clean cycle the top oven won't get hot. Just slightly warm. Bottom still works. Can you help ?

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1. self cleaning cycles destroy parts.
2. replace the thermal fuse behind the rear panel of the oven.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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    Tim Tight Nov 29, 2016

    Just found your post. I have exactly the same problem but on the lower oven. Phenomenon is that the upper and lower elements get a little warm but not glowing hot in Bake mode but the upper element does not turn on at all in Broil mode. This happened after self-cleaning (never again!). Also the control knob will not turn past self clean. I hate to buy a new oven since mine has been so reliable for years. Help please!

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