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Oven made a loud noise, pop, and then black smoke....could heating element go out?

My oven is only about 3-4 years old and today I turned it on to preheat and once it hit 120 degrees it made a loud rattling noise then a pop and black smoke was coming out of the oven. Now the oven won't heat at all.

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Sounds like it blew a fuse or the heating element burnt out on it,look to see if the element is burnt in two

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The things fecked throw it out the window

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