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We have a Heartland 4120 electric range. Heating element on bottom burnt out. We replaced it but wouldn't heat; the reset button located underneath the oven cannot be reset.

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It is most likely the pop came from a relay on the control board if the elements checked ok but not getting power to them. This is fairly common on fridgidaire ranges. Replace the oven control. Usually the control overlay is sold as a separate piece.

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