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Oven won't heat

I cleaned both ovens a couple of days ago. When I tried to use the lower oven today, it would not heat. This occurs with BAKE and BROIL settings. The upper oven works fine. On BAKE, I set the temperature, it shows PRE- BAKE on and temp. Reads 135. I can also hear what I think are 2 separate sounds of relays (?) clicking. Any help would be much appreciated.

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To me, although it's possible, it would be unlikely that both element are burnt out as you said bake and broil doesn't work. Most likely a control issue or a fuse if your model has one.

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