Question about Ovens
The lower oven has ceased to heat up. The fan works.
It is hard to know exactly from here. I'd suspect the heater element is open before anything else. If you can get to the terminals of the element itself (unit unplugged!, element disconnected on at least one side), then test for resistance with an ohm meter...available at any electronics shop or large retailer like Radio Shack, Sears Hardware or the Depot.
If there is none, the element is bad...hint: defective elements often have an area on them that is discolored differently from other parts. Food particles, particularly grease splash, will cause burnout. Terminals or connectors that are loose or corroded will cause non-function or failure. Look for those issues. Make sure all connections are tight when you're finished.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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