Question about Kitchen Ranges
First check that your circuit breaker is not tripped. There are two breakers ganged together, one feeds the 240V to the elements, the other powers the control board. So it's possible that one side can be tripped and cause your symptom.
Also, you may have elements that have failed, but usually not both at same time!
Next most likely cause is a thermal fuse. These are safety devices, most ovens have a least one mounted on the chassis that, if tripped, interrupts the power to the elements but not the control board. They are not resettable but have to be replaced if tripped.
You may have a problem with the control in which case you could have us rebuild it:
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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