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Last week when my wife turned on the oven a flash and popping noise happened and the circuit breaker popped. I ordered a new control board part number WB27T10229 and installed it. When I turn the circuit breaker back on everything came on but when I turn the oven dial to heat the oven there is a clicking noise and the oven does not heat up. However when I turn the dial to the broiler setting the broiler heats up. Any ideas what could be wrong?

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The broiler is a different element. Sounds like your main (bottom) element is out. Turn off breaker and remove. To test, use an ohm meter and ohm out the element. If yuor meter reads 0 or OL (open load) your element needs to be replaced.

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