Question about Tappan 30IN ELEC IGNa Oven
Assuming there is power to your appliance and the oven control is operating correctly, likely causes are a failure of the thermostat or heating element, both of these are easily checkable with a circuit tester or multimeter, and both are easily replaced. If there is some age to the appliance you may also want to inspect the wiring connections. Cooking appliances are very simple animals, they mostly fail through poor hygiene, poor maintenance, or corrosion caused by the products of combustion.
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