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No power to heating coils

I have a GE jtp45w0a1ww. The lower oven has been a problem since new. After a cleaning cycle, hi-temp usage, or in the wrong mood, requests to bake or broil cause nothing to happen. Until 1 year ago I could always remove the panel between the upper and lower oven and reset the temperature switch as described in other posts. That no longer works. I replaced the temperature switch, but that did not help. This last week the upper oven stopped working - just like the lower oven. What is the problem?! How do I troubleshoot/repair?

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Hello sir

this is troubleshot proceure..click on blue letter to check each parts

  • Check for a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker
  • Make sure the power cord is plugged in securely
  • Test the electric outlet for current
  • Inspect the connections to the terminal block
  • Test the electric cord
  • Eliminate use of an extension cord, if any is being used
  • Check the outlet voltage

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H\ave you check for any damaged ono the themal fuse..?

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