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Whirlpool wall oven will not heat ever since i used self cleaning. have changed the bake element but still not working. Please help this weekend is Thanksgiving.

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  • jenn_boyd Oct 07, 2010

    the model number is YRBS305PDQ1

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That's not good at all. I would have suspected the heating element at first as well so do not be too distraught. Hopefully you kept your original and can return this one. It must be the control unit of the oven that that is not directing the element to heat, that would be the next logical step for sure. What is the make / model of the oven and I can track it down for you, if you wish. Although you may want to just exchange the element for the control unit at whatever shop you bought it from.

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please do the following checks,

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