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Reaching desired temperature

If I preheat the oven to 425 for example,before it would reach it in about 10-12 minutes. Right now it never gets to it and it takes 25 minutes just to get to 400. The other day I had started the oven. I left the kitchen, after about five minutes I heard a loud noise from the kitchen. I went to check the oven and it was off. The breaker had jumped and a burning smell came from the oven. Ever since then I have been having the problem.

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One of your elements has burned out or where your incomming wires hook to the range has come loose ans shorted out check there

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