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My oven will not heat up to set temperature

My oven is not heating up and is making a clicking sound when I attempt to heat it. I checked the bottom element and it is not getting hot, but I tested it with my meter and got a reading of 30 ohms. I replaced the electric board thinking it might be the relay, but this did not solve the problem. Any suggestions

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Check the wiring harness from control to heating element, it may be having a contact with chassis (ground) somewhere.

Check also the temp probe it may need replacement.

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