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Any ideas? Dual Fuel Viking VDSC307-4B oven problems. Bake element won't go on in "Bake" or "Convection Bake" Mode. Replaced Thermostat and lower bake element. Have 220 going to oven terminal. Wiring looks good (no scorching or bending), unit a little over one year old. "Selector knob" clicks fine. What next? Repairman or another part replacement?

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I would attempt to replace the relay switch. Manual switch 220 V is dangerous so relays are used. Follow the wiring back from the element to the relay. If that fails get a repair guy out for an estimate. Tough to figure out without physically witnessing unit.

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