I have a Whirlpool Accubake Duo oven that is not working. The gas is being distributed to the burners, but not the oven. The display panel works correctly and allows me to set the baking temperature and time. However, after leaving the meal in the oven for 30 minutes, I realized the oven was not heating up. We have checked to make sure the oven panel was not locked. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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What do you mean that it wont stay on? Does it turn off and on during cooking? Does it just go off and wont come back on? The oven thermostat regulates the heat in the oven and the oven element and the oven indicator light will turn off and on during cooking. If it stayed on constantly on full oven element power everything would burn.
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