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Element Hi there is the element a costly part to have fitted its needed in the main oven part

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No . Very reasonable. Common item at appliance parts places and not difficult to replace. Have you tested it with a light or ohm meter to see if it is bad? You will have to disconnect it to do so.  If you need more infor , just ask.

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