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GE Double Oven JKP45BA, lower oven wont heat

When I try to turn on the lower oven to start heating everything seems fine. The power stays on, it clicks and pops just like the upper oven; the only difference is that the lower oven does not ever heat. If I start both, the upper oven will eventually begin rising in temperature unlike the lower oven. Also, there are no error messages displayed. Nate Faurer

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  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    Similar problem with double oven--don't have model number. Lower oven heats but upper doesn't. Display is ok--new a year ago. Element seems ok...Delbert

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