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Oven problem The oven fan and lights work but the oven does not heat up. Does this mean the element is faulty ? I removed the element and tested its continuity- it read 25 & 40 ohms. Is that correct. If it is not the element what could it be ! Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2009

    have same problem with areo tech double oven.bottom oven won't heat up.

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Microprocessor burned out? There was a problem of this with the double ovens, after the top oven went through a cleaning cycle.

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