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No heat from my oven Gaggenau EB 868_6

Both the upper and lower ovens are not heating up. The light and fan comes on but no heat. Can you help? Thanks, Amy

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Hi amy, 
          it seems there is a defect in ur owen..because if light and fan works, it should heat, otherwise it means there is a fault in the heating element..so kindly cal any near by technician to sort out this problem or use our find oven repairman service to contact d near by repairman...

good luck

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