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KitchenAid KERC506HWH3 The oven does not heat. Everything on the range works including the display. When you turn on the oven you can hear clicking noises but it will not activate the heating elements. I tried all the combinations of convection, bake and broil.

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  • Lucky Billings
    Lucky Billings Jun 13, 2007

    It is not likely that the broiler and lower element went out at the same moment.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

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Change the element?

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