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Will not heat up past 200 bottom element is brand new?

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Hello- It sounds like it is not getting 220V. I would first check the breaker and reset it a couple of times to make sure that it is sending 220V to the oven. There could be a problem with the relay board not sending enough voltage to the element. I would also check to see if the convection element is ok, it may share a common 120V wire with the bake element. If you are unsure about testing the elements then I would call a Tech out to test the voltage. The oven may have to be pulled to determine if there are any shorted wires. Good luck and best regards.

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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