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I have a GE profile wall oven. Electronics work but no heat in both convection and regular mode. any ideas

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  • Sean Miller Mar 27, 2011

    Hi what about the broil?

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If power is ok......then element is likely bet.............
but cant see both element packing in at same time...........
check power to both ovens.............
cheers

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